Wolves (h) pre-match thread

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City v Wolves

Poll closed Tuesday at 6:45 PM.
  1. Win

    89.9%
  2. Draw

    6.6%
  3. Lose

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  1. cleavers

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    Want a draw, both of them drop 2 points, and we get a chance to increase the gap on both, but especially spurs.
     
  2. 1.618034

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    Difficult to take Spurs seriously. Not even sure they take themselves seriously tbh. As soon as anyone does they, usually, collapse.

    I can see the rags doing them tomorrow. I won't be too disappointed either way.

    They can't be discounted entirely though. They can go 2nd with a win tomorrow, so who knows?
     
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  3. David 'El Mago' Silva

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    Same but if there has to be a winner it suits us more if it's the rags. The best they can hope for this season is 5th, they might overtake Arsenal but they won't overtake Spurs or Chelsea imo. Solskjaer will get found out sooner rather than later.
     
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  4. SebastianBlue

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    And by sooner, I think you mean tomorrow (or today, depending on your geographic whereabouts).

    Get in, Son!
     
  5. the talisman

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    I want Spurs to beat the scum, I just can’t see them as title challengers.
     
  6. rnblade

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    I may be able to help with that ⚓️
     
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  7. Lovebitesandeveryfing

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    I’m glad that KDB was angry about being taken off the other night. He was right to be angry (and Pep was right to take no notice). Half a season missed, and Kev is a hungry man. This, unfortunately, is bad news for the opposition. Any opposition.
     
  8. Lovebitesandeveryfing

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    As for Michael Owen, he has competition for it, but he is almost certainly the thickest so-called ‘pundit’ to steal a living doing that of all the ex-Liverpool mafia.
     
  9. mosssideblue

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    Absolutely this. I want the rag bubble to burst that loud it registers on the Richter scale
     
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  10. matrix0161

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    Didn't he get injured on his last comeback playing 90 mins and most fans were saying he shouldn't have been risked playing the full 90 mins.
     
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