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Archives: Wolverhampton Wanderers

Bolton Wanderers 1-1 Wolverhampton Wanderers: Fletch Lives!

Posted on by Chris Machin

No this is not the rundown of a 1989 comedy crime caper featuring Chevy Chase, but a 2011/12 one man rescue mission starring a Scotsman on International exile to earn his side a third consecutive draw. As the final moments … Continue reading

What Are The 20 Premier League Clubs Wishing For in 2012?

Posted on by Matt Hackenmiller

Here is what the Premier League clubs are wishing for in 2012: Arsenal: Gunner fans are wishing that scoring machine Robin van Persie continues his torrid streak. Aston Villa: That Alex McLeish has a method to his “managerial tactic” madness. … Continue reading

Arsenal 1-1 Wolves: Parking the Bus, Making a Point And Taking a Point

Posted on by Chris Machin

In a game that was set back 24 hours, Wolverhampton Wanderers made like the staff of the London Underground and went on strike. Not literally of course, but metaphorically. Just as the tube workers stood firm, refused to budge and … Continue reading

Wolves 2-2 Norwich: Delia’s Delights Provide Wolves with Food for Thought

Posted on by Chris Machin

Much like the education centres around the country, Wolverhampton Wanderers broke up for their Christmas break on Tuesday with much to ponder over the festive period as they reflect on what they have taken in this season of giving and … Continue reading

Wolves 1-2 Stoke City: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

Posted on by Chris Machin

It’s the oldest cliché in the footballing book – it’s a game of two halves. Both literally and metaphorically it always will be. You would presume that by this point that knowledge would be a part of the very basic … Continue reading

Why Liverpool Should Consider Signing Steven Fletcher

Posted on by Dominic Allen

There are a lot of Liverpool fans talking about the need to purchase a striker in January, to bring some rain upon a very sun scorched and drought ridden chance conversion rate. In fact, 15 games into the season, Liverpool … Continue reading

Man United 4-1 Wolves: If Divided We Stand, United We Fall

Posted on by Chris Machin

No matter who you support in the Barclays Premier League, it’s inevitable that sooner rather than later your team’s train must roll through Old Trafford. It’s one of the games that epitomizes the smaller club’s reason for being. United away … Continue reading

Wolves 2-1 Sunderland: From Villains to Heroes

Posted on by Chris Machin

As pantomime season moves swiftly in, Wolves served up their live performance of Jekyll and Hyde as the team, and especially their goalkeeper, went from villain to hero over 90 minutes on this soggy Sunday afternoon. The welcome three points … Continue reading

Chelsea 3-0 Wolves: There’s a Wolf At Mick McCarthy’s Door

Posted on by Chris Machin

Saturday November 26, Chelsea away. Any Wolves fan will tell you that these are the fixtures you scratch off. Chalk it off on the calendar by accepting the inevitable and move on. In fact I presume this fixture brings similar … Continue reading

Everton 2-1 Wolves: Out of The Frying Pan, Into The Fire For Wolves

Posted on by Chris Machin

If ever there was a performance to reinforce exactly why Wolves fans should not have got carried away by the masquerade victory against Wigan Athletic two weeks ago, it came at Goodison Park on Saturday. Over the years, Everton was … Continue reading

Wolves 3-1 Wigan Athletic: The Day Wanderers Stopped The Rot

Posted on by Chris Machin

Editor’s note: Since the memory of last weekend’s Premier League football is still fresh in our minds. here’s a match report of Wolverhampton’s win against Wigan — a match of big importance due to the implications on the relegation zone. … Continue reading

Wolves Need to Change Their Style Of Play So They’re Less Predictable

Posted on by Jamie Edwards

Mick McCarthy can now breathe a little better after Wolves ended a run of eight games without a win after picking up three points against bottom of the table Wigan. On Sunday Wolves took the lead after 31 minutes when … Continue reading

Wolverhampton Wanderers: Flirting With Relegation, Year Three

Posted on by Drew Farmer

Wolverhampton Wanderers were off to a flying start this season picking up seven points from a possible nine. Unfortunately for Wolves reality has set in and the team hasn’t gained a point in their last five. Losses to Tottenham, QPR, … Continue reading

Wolves Against Swansea: Comcast and ESPN2 Fail

Posted on by Christopher Harris

This Saturday’s early kickoff between Wolves and Swansea may not be the match that everyone is looking forward to this weekend (I would disagree for obvious reasons), but it looks like ESPN2 and Comcast are having a tough time getting … Continue reading

Wolves 1-2 Newcastle United: A Clockwork Orange

Posted on by Chris Machin

Forty five minutes played, two-nil down. Where’ve we seen that one before? It is in fact the worrying statistic that now looms ominously over the Wolves’ heads. In the last three games, we have found ourselves trailing by two goals … Continue reading

Wolves 5-0 Millwall: Fresh Faces In Midfield Turn In Impressive Performance

Posted on by Chris Machin

Well, I’ve perked up a bit. 
After the stinging wounds from the weekend defeat against QPR, Wolves put in a refreshing performance Tuesday evening against Millwall in the Carling Cup. 

’The Three M’s’ is common terminology in and around Molineux, … Continue reading

Giving Respect to the History of All 20 Premier League Clubs

Posted on by Double Pivot

The focus for a long time was on the “big four” of Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United. Tottenham and Manchester City made enough inroads to turn that into the “Sky Six” temporarily. To be honest, most of the noise … Continue reading

Wolves 0-3 QPR: Karl Henry’s Frustrating Performance

Posted on by Chris Machin

Prior to kick off, there was a sizeable powercut in the city centre that threw the match itself into question. The essential source of energy went missing from the Molineux surrounding areas, and evidently from the team itself. One team … Continue reading