Wolves post match

Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by Chi-town blues, 24 Oct 2017.

  1. worsleyweb

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    Thought wolves were great and total respect to their fans.
     
  2. SWP's back

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    I agree with this.
     
  3. Blueknows

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    One of the toughest opponents weve faced this season , a game I wasnt looking forward to due to your recent form , I hope you get promoted this year , Ive been following us since the early 70s and the majority of us havent forgot were we were not so long ago , I am more than grateful for the journey we are currently on and under no illusions that it wont last forever
     
  4. Gabriel

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    Thought you were commendable and showed impressive levels of discipline and stamina in testing conditions. Was surprised how many Wolves fans lacked confidence in their own starting eleven (read a couple of forums), but based on that performance, you should have sufficient depth to go the distance in the league. The top division would be a better place for your return. Still can't forgive you for '74 though... ;-)
     
  5. blueinsa

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    Bluemoon is not representative of the vast majority of City fans mate.

    Your boys played really well last night, had a gameplan and stuck to it.

    Best of luck for the rest of the season.
     
  6. TueartsOHK

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    On the contrary mate I’ve seen a lot more praise for Wolves performance on here than criticism. Believe me if you’d played Liverpool or the Scum you would not see any praise at all on their respective forums.
     
  7. Mike N

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    Hope Wolves come up this year.
     
  8. Wolf In Sheep's Clothing

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    Thanks for your kind words and warm welcome chaps. I spent three very happy years at uni in Manchester in the 90s, purely due to my love of all things Madchester, which is why I have so much respect for your city and football club.

    All the best for rest of the season, I'm fairly surely you'll go on and win the league. But if you have any moments of frustration, such as last night, just think back to the 88th minute vs Gillingham and how different things could have been!
     
  9. Metalartin

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    Me too, not seen much bitterness towards us from their fans after the game either.
     
  10. Metalartin

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    I think Wolf In Sheep's Clothing is reading too much into the comments about the game from a City fans perspective, it's more about how the media will spin our respective performances and what they'll make of it. Already some blues flapping saying other clubs will look at this as a blueprint, been found out etc. Their gameplan wasn't new, Wolves played exactly as we expected them to with the squad they have but credit has to be given because to do what they did isn't easy even against our fringe players(they put a real shift in all over the pitch).

    What is missed though is that we weren't on our game from the start due to playing with fringe players, yes they made the same amount of changes but they don't play our system and it's not a system you can look good in if you're falling short in defence and midfield. We also have a manager who wont compromise on certain aspects of our system whichever squad(and formation) he picks, he'd rather we lose trying to play in the right way and concede we weren't good enough at what we were trying to do.
     

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