Wolves must stick with the under pressure Kenny Jackett
Nov09

Wolves must stick with the under pressure Kenny Jackett

Despite Saturday’s positive result against big-spending, high-flying Burnley, the Wolves faithful are losing their patience with Kenny Jackett once again. This isn’t the first time that many of the keyboard warriors on the club’s social media outlets have been calling for the Head Coach to be sacked. Rewind a year, and the club were in the middle of their worst run in second tier football since 1991, losing five...

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3 players Wolves could bring in to shore up their defence
Oct26

3 players Wolves could bring in to shore up their defence

During Wolves’ disappointing 3-1 loss at the hands of Middlesbrough on Saturday, Kourtney Hause was stretchered off with a hamstring injury and looked in severe discomfort as he departed down the tunnel. Conor Coady was forced into a makeshift central role in the back four, with teenage left-back Sylvain Deslandes the only defensive cover available to Kenny Jackett on the substitutes’ bench. Ethan Ebanks-Landell suffered a...

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Has Jackett found Afobe’s best position for Wolves?
Oct12

Has Jackett found Afobe’s best position for Wolves?

Last season, Benik Afobe scored 32 goals for MK Dons and Wolves. He scored all types of goals, including a mercurial solo effort against Nottingham Forest, and he cemented himself as one of the second tier’s best strikers – along with Harry Kane, Afobe had scored more league and cup goals than anyone else in English football. Afobe was top scorer in the Capital One Cup, including two goals against Manchester United whilst...

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McDonald’s goal could be turning point for Wolves
Sep28

McDonald’s goal could be turning point for Wolves

The roller-coaster of emotions that the Wolves faithful felt during the Old Gold’s game against Preston at Deepdale on Saturday matched the up and down, topsy-turvy nature of the club’s season so far. Preston took the lead early on in the game thanks to a curling effort by Daniel Johnson but, after 20 minutes, his team-mate Joe Garner saw red following a dangerous tackle on Danny Batth, after landing a foot on the...

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Last season a missed opportunity for Wolves
Sep14

Last season a missed opportunity for Wolves

Following Saturday’s loss at the hands of Bolton, an air of confusion and despair looms over Molineux, leading to an ever-growing fear that Wolves may not do as well this season as the players, management and fans first believed. But, this time last year, the feeling was very different. The summer of 2014 was a wonderful time to be a Wolves fan. The sun was shining, temperatures were soaring, and the club were back in the...

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Thank you and goodbye, Richard Stearman
Sep04

Thank you and goodbye, Richard Stearman

I’ve not had the best week of my life so far. I won’t bore you with the details. But whenever I feel down, and I feel a bit grumpy, I can always count on Wolves’ presence on social media to cheer me up. Whether it be a quote from the Bible that can be found on Rajiv van La Parra’s Instagram, or Aaron McCarey congratulating the team’s performances in a woefully sarcastic manner, it never takes long for my...

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