Wolves Vs Preston North End Preview

Nearly there.

A season that was supposed to sparkle and shine will mercifully fizzle out on Sunday giving us all much needed respite – for a few weeks at least.

But the club can’t sit around watching the garden grow. There’s a mountain of work to get through reshaping this squad to ensure we avoid these dead rubbers next year.

For what it’s worth, I’d give Helder Costa the Player of the Season gong based on the fact we’ve only looked anything close to capable when he’s been on the pitch.

Dave Edwards is the only other realistic candidate and rightly so for hitting double figures and putting in the miles. I wouldn’t begrudge him the award.

Preston

Although they’ve drifted back towards midtable, you’ve got to say Simon Grayson continues to do a splendid job at Deepdale.

There’s no money there and a couple of key players left last summer, so keeping them up was probably about par for the season. The fact they’ve occasionally flirted with the play-offs is testament to the former Leeds and Blackpool boss.

I tend to think of them as your archetypal Championship team, keeping it tight at the back and going direct, but the statistics suggest otherwise. They’ve scored 64 and conceded 62, both at the higher end of the scale.

They come into this game off four straight defeats and a draw against whipping boys Rotherham, so perhaps they’re also keen to get the beach towels out?

Jordan Hugill and Callum Robinson have netted 24 goals between them, while Aiden McGeady has rediscovered some form in a drifting career to notch eight himself with a further nine assists.

Wolves

We already know Helder Costa is out and Ivan Cavaleiro suspended so we’re short in wide areas. But maybe Jordan Graham can manage an hour to at least occasionally get us off our seats?

It would be nice to play with some actual width at home for a change and with the above wingers on the pitch, as well as Enobakhare in the middle, there’s actually a chance Dicko might get some decent service.

Including the loan signings (Teixeira and Borthwick-Jackson) I’m expecting at least 10 players to leave with Saville, Price, Silvio, Stearman, Williamson, Henry, Wallace, Gladon all off and others possibly not far behind.

But all of the above XI seem certain to be here (Iorfa might be an exception) so lets try and extract a decent performance from the remain camp to give us a grain of optimism about next season.

Predictions

I think we might win this one. Preston look to have checked out worse than us. OK, most of their recent defeats came against the top sides but only taking a point against Rotherham must give us hope.

I’ll say 3-1.

Well done to Ash K who I believe has already won the Prediction League (a second triumph is that?) with a game to spare. I’ll update the final table on Sunday to confirm. Thanks to everyone who has taken part. I hope you’ve enjoyed it.

For the final time this season…Up The Wolves!

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Comments

  1. pauluswolf says:

    Happy to go along with Thomas’s prediction, even though it is end of season hangover.
    Everything starts now with the mass clear out and with whatever influx deemed necessary to get us in a much better position- fingers crossed.
    We shall see, but give PL the chance to put his plans in place and wait at least until Xmas before the gloom-mongers start calling for his head.

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    Wolves 3
    Preston 1
  2. De Wolf says:

    I would be interested to see how that front 4 does as it certainly has a lot of potential. The only player I would keep out of those who are at the end of there contracts is Jack Price, I think he reads the game very well and uses the ball well also he bleeds wolves. With a good midfielder alongside him he is a very good player as proved alongside McDonald but he can’t do it all on his own.

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  3. The fact we may well finish the season with David Edwards and Conor Coady together in midfield is the most succinct summing-up you could ever give on this season.
    Can’t we call Preston and just postpone it like we’d do now and again in the Dudley / Cradley league?
    Like those games at Dudley Wood, this will be wretched to watch and none of the players will be bothered.
    Please let this wretched season end.

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  4. There is light at the end….of the season.

    Well here we are!
    Im not convinced by PL. I think he should have done better than this. He may be a tactician but he is not a motivator.
    Clean Slate = sack them all and do it right. Not likely as Jeff already said he will stick with PL. Ah, But didn’t he say that about KJ and sack him a few days later.
    Sooner or later there will be a clean Slate. I’d rather sooner than later.

    Thanks for a great blog. Really enjoy reading ALL the comments.

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    • robin says:

      For those criticising PL, remember you can only work with what you have.
      He inherited a bunch of individuals not a team.
      In fact I think he did well to keep us up.
      He certainly brought the best out of Costa.
      On the one hand the majority of players are criticised as not being good enough and yet the manager is blamed for not being better with them!
      That’s a paradox.
      We have no idea who will come and go this summer.
      It will be more exciting than some of the games this season…
      Like to see Lambert play some of the kids tomorrow.

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      • Wokingham Welsh Wolf says:

        Agree with you Robin, except for the score.

        Family commitments mean that I can’t make it tomorrow, but after the last few home performances I won’t be missing anything (particularly the 270 mile round trip).

        Thanks to Thomas and the two Bens for keeping this great blog going and to all the other contributors too.

        Hope you Bloggers have a great Ball!

        UTW!

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      • RickRack Wolves says:

        I’m with you Robin.
        You cannot have a clean slate in football & certainly not in the chump!
        If you sack everyone, who will you then start with?
        Do you sell the ground too & become MK Downs…… come on “wolves ay we”
        Ferguson was very nearly sacked in his first 12 months at Utd – therefore PL should be given till Xmas and see what happens before August.
        We all want the same, but, we all have different thoughts on how to achieve it.
        & with nothing to play for tomorrow, let some of the kids and Jordan Graham get a game.

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    • Give me a tactician over a motivator every time. Especially if he can do the biz in the transfer window.

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      • Karlir-Johanarnt Kristjanson says:

        Well said! I’m confident we’ll field a very strong team when the next season kicks off. I hope Fosun evaluates our super agent’s (Mendes) activity on the transfer market. Is he the right agent for us?

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  5. Chris (the Irish German) in Newcastle says:

    I only managed to see two matches in the flesh this season – the dreadful pre-season thrashing by Swansea at the Mol, and the amazing victory at St James’ Park. But thanks to the blog, I feel I’ve kept in touch with performances on the pitch, and the atmosphere of the supporters off it. So cheers, Ben, Thomas, Rasmin and all for continuing your sterling work.

    Hope the team give the crowd something to cheer about against Preston. No idea what tack the owners will take next season, given the lack of success this year. It’ll be interesting, at least.

    Oh, and regarding being able to “extract a decent performance from the remain camp” I wish one of the political parties would step up to the plate on that front before June!

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  6. Bedfordshire Old Gold says:

    Ah – Wolves v Preston North End
    This is a poignant fixture for me as my first ever visit to Molineux occurred way back in the early 1960’s when my beloved dad introduced me the old gold and black for a fixture vs Preston North End. Both teams were in the old division one and Preston were relegated in April 1961 – never to return to the top flight to this day whilst we have been up and down the divisions during the interim period basically resembling a fiddlers elbow.
    Dad – who now resides at the Molineux in the Sky – had two heroes
    1. Field Marshall Bernard Montgomery commander of the 8th Army – the Desert Rats – who successfully outwitted his opposite number Rommel, commander of the Afrika Korps at El Alamein, and drove him back westwards. Dad was in the 8th and like most of his ilk rarely mentioned the hostilities. All he ever mentioned was the artillery barrage which signalled the commencement of El Alamein virtually perforated his ear drums. All he ever moaned about was the “fucking flies in the bully beef”.
    2. Stanley – the Grand Master – Cullis. Dad was a Wolves nut. Or more to the point a Cullis nut. He never really forgave the Molineux hierarchy for dismissing the Grand Master in September 1964 after an indifferent start to the season – and Wolves were still relegated. He still attended some fixtures but around 1968 packed it in altogether – although I also think the increasing amount of violence amongst rival supporters was a contributing factor. Despite his years away from home during the 39/45 conflict he once told me the most nervous he had ever been concerned football. Fast forward to April 1954 – WBA v Wolves at the Hawthorns with 50,000 inside. Wolves top and WBA second – essentially it really was the champion decider. Dad was perched on a seat in the Halfords Road stand (the only seats at the Hawthorns in those days) and went bananas when Roy Swinbourne scored the only goal on the hour mark. “That” he said “was the longest 90 minutes of my entire life”. Wolves went onto to clinch their first league title 4 points ahead of the albion in the days when it was 2 points for a win.
    I only have really had one hero – my old man – a tall ramrod straight guy around 6’2” well-disciplined thanks to his military training. He dearly wanted me to become a professional footballer backed up by a really good education (I achieved neither) whilst my equally beloved mum agreed with the education bit but vehemently disagreed with the footballing element. She had ideas (to coin the words of the catchy 1973 number “Free Electric Band” by Albert Hammond) for me to be “a lawyer or a doctor or a civil engineer, just give me bread and water and a football in my hand” – I made the last bit up but you get my drift but achieved neither of these either.
    However dad if you are reading this article up on the North Bank (or Cowshed as he called it) in the Molineux heaven I cannot forgive you for introducing me to a life of utter misery punctuated with the occasional bursts of delight when we achieve something.
    So on Sunday when the teams walk out onto the Molineux pitch I will probably shed a tear or two in remembrance of dad and my first Molineux visit around 56 years ago. Yet when I exit Molineux tomorrow to travel the 100 miles home after yet another disappointing defeat I will call you all the arseholes under the sun. So please win Wolves if only for my dad – 2-0 will do.
    Enjoy the game bloggers and have a great summer before it all starts again…….
    BOG

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    Wolves 2
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    • Remember BOG. The more utter misery you have to endure, the more brilliant those bursts of delight will appear. 🙂

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      • Bedfordshire Old Gold says:

        Hello Wolfstroker
        Ha ha ha – excellent riposte and very true.

        Fervently hoping for a brilliant burst of delight next May……

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        • I’m hoping for a brilliant burst of delight come Sunday BOG.
          Look forward to seeing you tomorrow.

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          • Cotswold Wolf says:

            Hope you all have a really great time at the ball. Many thanks to all Bloggers for clever insights, articulate reports and above all wit and humour.

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  7. Paul cooks left peg says:

    My glass is half empty at mo if I’m honest I just want the season to end fed up.seeing where we are in the league
    Next season will be a lot tougher better teams,coming down and the ones that did last year will be a lot better!
    Would like to see zyro get a run out tomorrow.
    I was surprised to see where I was in the prediction league done better than wolves which wasn’t hard,
    Hear from you all next season
    Up the wolves

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    • Brompton Wolf says:

      It cant be half empty or half full mate. Empty or Full are “states” it is either empty or full lol.

      Can you manage to get down to APV tomorrow for the Wolves Bloggers gathering? would be good to see you.

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  8. Bagsy says:

    We might be able to round the season off with three points, but I’m hardly expecting a thriller and I don’t envy Lambert in many respects this summer. The weight of expectation feels like it is starting to become suffocating (if it wasn’t already), and even with financial backing you have to look at our sqaud and see a huge void of genuine quality to sustain a promotion push. I have a fondness for many of the squad, especially the local lads, but the time feels right to have a proper sort out rather than bring in the odd few foreign imports and hope they’ll paper the cracks with a few step overs and fancy footwork.
    Here’s to next season.

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  9. The Newt says:

    There was a blog at the start of the season where Thomas asked where we though we’d finish come the end of the season.

    After seeing the managerial swap and influx of foreign signings I had predicted mid-table so the end result is pretty much where I though we’d be but I never in a million years expected another slog against relegation. Three out of our last four years in this league have been battling against the drop which shows how much work is needed in the summer. I sincerely hope that all at the Wolves are on the same page in that regard.

    As for the match………obviously we’re going to sign off with a win.

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  10. Ryan says:

    Finally it’s almost over. Such a weird season. I’ve been there to experience the amazing highs of Stoke, Liverpool, Villa etc. But on the flip side ive been there to see some of the worst football I’ve ever watched. Burton, Rotherham (ironically we won that game but it was the lowest point of the season for me). In an ideal world this game would be a free flowing game of football to round the season off nicely but I can just see a drab boring game with Wolves just scraping the win. I can not wait for the season to end and a huge clear out of the deadwood that is dragging the club down. Let’s get some quality in and really push on for the top six next season.

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  11. spikeyboy says:

    Your right bagsy,
    it is time for a proper sort out but while im sure quite a lot of players will go it will only be to shrink down the over-bloated squad and wage bill .
    I really dont see us signing more than 3 or 4 players and i also think pl will continue in the same vane he has this season .
    I have watched his team selection and his tactics over the time he has been here and am far from impressed .
    Ok some of the players are not up to it either but surely he could have coaxed a lot more out of what he had on a regular basis not just the odd one off.
    It is unfathomable how a side can play like demons one game then totally fall apart the next.
    Who is to blame ? the players, the manager, the coaching staff ?
    Is it time fosun brought in a proper time served director of football to sit upp top and go through this lot and tell them where they are going wrong because lets face it folks this is far from right and a little tweaking here and there is not going to put it right any time soon.
    Throw some names into the ring , how about Roy hodgson for a start.
    oh yes a score bore draw

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  12. Brompton Wolf says:

    This is going to be a score for Clive. I feel that we are going to sign off with a big win so ….

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  13. ferris says:

    I think Iorfa will be off. I can’t really understand what’s happened to him he was brillant last season. I’m looking forward to getting this game out if the way and the transfer window open. That’s when we’ll start to get excited again. I think we might be a little underwhelmed when the new players start coming in (not necessarily big names) but if lambert thinks their the right players for the job then he has my full support. Dicko and Edwards to score Sunday.

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    • Karlir-Johanarnt Kristjanson says:

      Lambert’s eyes for quality have been spot on so far. I only hope he sets the bar high enough and purchase players which can go straight into the team and strengthen, star players which could have done a job in the premiership.

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  14. Brompton Wolf says:

    ******* BLOGGERS’ BALLBASH********

    Bloggers, please be advised that the Bloggers’ BallBash is not just a dining event on the evening of Saturday the 6th.

    EVERYONE is invited to pop in to the A Park View Hotel in Wolverhampton during the day to have a few sherberts or whatever and chat about our season, and, of course, meet and mix with other Bloggers. The evening meal is just an extension of the day and the final diner numbers have now been confirmed.

    Please consider joining us throughout the day as it promises to be a good event and I have ordered the Sun to arrive around 11 am and stay high in the sky throughout the afternoon (you watch it piss down now).

    See you all there bloggers.

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    • Bedfordshire Old Gold says:

      Hello Brompton

      Bedford Wolf and I should arrive about 1.30z

      We plan to go to a couple of Black Country pubs during the afternoon but we will be around most of the time.

      Really looking forward to my first bash and thanks again for organising the do.

      BOG

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  15. I find it hard to get up ant sort of optermisum or enthusiasm. I’m a doom monger aparrantley for not thinking Labertt is a genius well I’ve seen enough of his genius home and away to convince me he not the man to take us forward…….pauluswolf.

    People have been saying that Jeff and Fosun have learn from this season…….have they…….will that get a Director of a football in that actually knows something about football un like the present incumbent messer Therwelll……another genius if we are to believe his own bull shit…..I mean publicity.

    See I don’t think they have, if you take over a failing bussiness which Wolverhampton Wanderers was and STILL is you don’t trust the same people to turn it around unless you want to go backwards which by the way Wolves have.

    You get expert people in just like when a school is failing they change the head teacher anf bring in a specialist team to sort it out…is called OFSTEAD.

    No I’m a realist pauluswolf not a doom monger…..!

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    • pauluswolf says:

      Oh Paul – actually its called OFSTED – now I don’t care that you cannot spell long words such as optimism/apparently/business – but I do think you could get the name of our manager correct by now – he is named Paul LAMBERT (and incidentally our Director of Football is called Kevin THELWELL)
      Still ne’er mind eh?

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      • StuWolf says:

        Behave boys.
        It’s just a game of footy and not a feckin good one at that at the moment.

        Spelling has never been a pre-requisite of coming on this blog, but the one thing we do like is that we are passionate Wolves fans. Both of you are so don’t fight amongst each other, Wolves am we.

        I can’t wait for this one to end, let’s see the back of it and see what Lambert has to offer, I’m not a fan of his but I am of Wolves so I have to suck it up.

        Fancy us to lose on Sunday to keep it in the same vein as we’ve seen most of this one.

        Things can only get better.

        Wolves 1-3 Preston Both aends

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      • I can spel justs is its my predictivels textts tiss. Again you can give it but cannot take it. Ridicule my spelling I don’t give a muck.

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        • I’d have more respect for you if you argued your point than resorting to ridicule.

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        • Steppenwolfe says:

          Paul, I couldn’t give a shit if your spelling is not perfick. We all have different talents and I know exactly what you mean. I’m a tosser with a smart phone as well as many other things. While I may not agree with you all the time I admire your passion and look forward to reading your posts. Don’t ever stop giving your thoughts or I and others will get seriously pissed off with you.

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    • Telford Wolf says:

      Very well put mate, very well put!!!

      PS – yow was right about not having to run round naked!!

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  16. Oliver Goldblack says:

    We’ll play for a 0-0 draw, Lambert will be happy with that.

    Lets pay the money and get Marco Silva from Hull, and then re-vamp this squad.

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  17. CHEESEBURGER OF DEATH says:

    Freddie Flintoff’s boys will be running around like hapless rabbitts in the headlights as Lee Evans suddenly turns in to Lionel Messi and sprays the ball around with an air of effortless aplomb. Alternatively he turns in to Lionel Ritchie and starts doing a karaoke version of ‘hello is it me you’re looking for’ in the centre circle. All designed to confuse Simon Grayson who is ever more bemused when Jack Prices beard takes pity on his bald ‘monk style’ hair and attaches itself to his head. Unable to see the pitch properly, Grayson can’t issue meaningful instructions to his players. The ‘Price beard’ tactic is an obvious tactical master stroke by PL and bodes well for next seasons assault on the championship. As Grayson stumbles around with the beard attached to his face his players lose the plot completely as WWFC entertain the fans with ‘calypso’ soccer. Even the bloke who went to sleep behind me against Blackburn manages to join in the a Mexican Wave sweeping a joyous Molineux. Wolves thus cruise to victory. Either that or it will be shit.

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  18. Wight Wolf says:

    My enthusiasm has certainly long gone after a dreadful season. Like many others I feel it’s not the fact that we lost so many games it’s the way we lost them. I’m indifferent about PL as he hasn’t inspired the team or the supporters in the last couple of months but if we stick with him he really needs to prove himself with the way he handles the summer comings and goings and the first month of next season. A team that loses having put up a good fight will definitely be an improvement and a team that wins the game having won the fight will be what we are all looking for.
    Tomorrows result – who knows, who cares.

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  19. wolfman jack says:

    Please, just end it…

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    Wolves 129 for 3 declared
    Preston 4.9, 5.3, 5.2, 5.0, for artistic impression
  20. Last game before a massive transfer window. Yes, I know they’re all massive but this is massiver than usual. Last chance for a slow dance. It’s all jive and quickstep from here on.
    Whether you rate Lambo or not, I don’t feel you can sit in judgement until he’s had a summer window, backed fully by the owners. He’s had plenty of assessment time, so if his players, or blend of players, don’t work next season then he will be left holding the baby. And rightly so.
    Personally, I feel we will lose at least a dozen from the squad and bring in maybe four or five. And our newly streamlined, ambitious team will take the Championship by the scruff of it’s scrawny neck next term and give it a damn good shaking.

    As for this game, players fighting for their Wolves lives. Perhaps a first start for the brilliant Jordan Graham. No Ivan flattering to deceive. Jayney and I making the long trip north. The omens all look promising.

    COYW

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    • someblokeontinterweb says:

      Fully backed by the owners, This is one big problem when trying to attract talent both on and off the pitch. As mentioned who want’s to come to a failing club? That is a massive question that should be answered with the cheque book IMO. I want to sell the WWFC dream of the Premiership to people who want to get there and show case their talent both players and back room staff. Some say give P.L. Till Christmas personally I think that is too long i.e. if we are in the do do by December we will most likely be there in May. I would give him 10 games and if no improvement he’s out the door, just a bit like the real world.

      Do all you elder statesmen remember changing jobs in the 1960′ and 1970’s? You saw and opportunity got an interview and nearly everyone was on a 3 months trial and then it was in or out. Personally the only exception to this was if you got poached by a rival that usually had better terms attached.

      Money talks, let’s get all the players on old style performance related packages, enough in salary for a good life but, wealth beyond riches for winning results, just my dream.

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      • Absolutely some bloke. I just can’t really criticise a manager until he’s had the chance to bring in players of his own choosing. Within reason of course.

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  21. London. Wolves loyal says:

    Just remembering where we thought we’d be before the season started and where we finnished
    Fuck me Wolves ! What a bollocks you made of that !
    Wolves to win 2 nil

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  22. Paul cooks left peg says:

    Brompton would love to go but with my bloody work commitments I can’t I work most Saturday mornings thus 3 home games this season I do try go to as many London games as possible plus I live in Brighton, have a good one always a wolf.

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  23. Mark G Davies says:

    I`m very fortunate to have work commitments on Sunday, and have to miss the match – lucky me, leaving the bloggers ball bash early Sunday morning to drive back to Chesterfield.
    I hope for those going, including Clive, they get a decent game with some goals in the Preston net, although with the current squad it will probably be another awful game ending 0-0. Lets hope there is lots of effort and commitment at least, with the quality being purchased in the summer. Only time will tell, spending another £10 to £20million means we are really only standing still compared to the relegated sides and the others still taking the parachute payments.

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  24. basherbaz says:

    Think they will release/let go , CBJ (disaster for us and him really),Silvio, Williamson, (Good but cannot perform week in week out) ,SAVILLE (Div 1 player),Oriangue, Price (lacks height we need) ,Evans (Need a first class passer of the ball in midfield AKA K.mac), Henry, Gladon and Mason (not really seen much this season and perhaps does not fit PL Style ? (question mark for the word Style and PL in the same sentence).
    Mind you its one thing saying they can go and another actually selling (those that have a value).
    Then We need a 20+ goal a season striker, Poss 2 midfielders both of whom can PASS the ball about (please no more hoof ball lets play Football) 1 centre half and a full back, think that Doherty has played well at left back and not performed as well at left back but PL seems to think the opposite. Would keep Saiss and Cody (just) to be squad players.
    So that’s about 10 out and 5 with quality (decent money) in.

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  25. marin wolf says:

    Its the hope that kills you isn’t it?

    55+ years of this misery ( last time we won something good was 1960 by my book) has made me realize that misery is what we all need and crave. Lets face it if we started next season with 10 wins on the trot there’d still be whingeing because our forwards were missing gilt edged chances.

    SO I’m OK with another summer of misplaced money and no takers for Saville . PL is about as good as we will ever attract and good luck to him. We will bounce around mid table next year as Villa get their act together and Sunderland spring back and Burton or someone will be the surprise play off winners.

    But think about the fun we old gold and black masochists will have during the next 12 months!

    Out of darkness cometh….darkness

    UTW

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    • Steppenwolfe says:

      Yes, every season we start full of hope and optimism only for it to all crash down around November. When we were winning 5 games in a row we still had punters moaning about certain players so I guess you’re right.
      Next season will be the season eh!!

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  26. vicsmith says:

    For this game I am going to predict a 1-1 draw and like everyone else hope for a better season next year. On a slightly different subject, I read an article which commented on Ian Halloway’s prediction at the beginning of the season as to what the league table will look like at the end of the season – all 24 teams. He did reasonably well by the way. I was thinking whether we could do something similar here. It would only be one entry and no updates until end of season. Each person writes down what they think the Championship table would look like at the end of season. Points to be awarded for each correct team in the right position (say 3 points) and maybe 1 point if they are 1 off the position. Is that feasible and what do you think ??

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    • Well, at least I like it vicsmith. Trouble is, there is one amongst us, who shall remain nameless, for the time being, who deems it OK to win these competitions by nefarious means. Sullied his otherwise spotless reputation, he did. 🙂

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      • AshK says:

        I understand that you are not looking at me with that aspersion!

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        • No, not you Ash. I have nothing but admiration for your performance this season. I’m referring to a previous incumbent of your position at the top of the league.

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      • vicsmith says:

        A bit difficult to be nefarious if the predictions are in before the start of the season and they are fixed to the end of the season. Could be fun. The prize could be an all expenses paid holiday to Las Vegas or Hawaii – take your pick 🙂

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    • Brompton Wolf says:

      Hmmmmm….. let me think about this ……

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  27. DancesWithWolves says:

    If we can’t beat Preston it will be a sad day. Even if we beat them we can’t overtake them. Dicko is coming good and is looking the player he was a couple of seasons ago. If he is that player again he will go a good way to compensate for Costa’s absence (no doubt permanent absence).

    Thomas, maybe we can get a prediction league going, to forecast where Costa will be next season? I’m still guessing Chelsea, once he has miraculously recovered from the injury sustained just after we were safe from relegation… Call me cynical.

    I’m Paul Lambert’s biggest fan but I accept he’s had a disappointing start at Wolves.

    A brace from Dicko on Sunday to confirm my opinion that he is our most talented player after Costa.

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  28. DancesWithWolves says:

    I also think that Lambert is not safe from the sack now.

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  29. Tipton Exile says:

    Thank God it is nearly over this season. We started out with somewhat over optimistic high hopes and have ended up nearly in the shit heap. We all know how it happened please god don’t let it happen again.

    Maybe PL is not the ideal manager but he is the only one we have and I can’t see Fosun changing again before next January, so let’s hope he knows what he is doing in this transfer window. He says he knows what we need, let’s just hope he cuts the crap and proves it. After 64 years following Wolves I think I deserve better than the shit WE have all had to put up with this season.

    As for Sunday who knows but hoping for a last day lift.

    Hope to see a few of you at the APV for a sniffter tomorrow.

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  30. Twixfix says:

    Often what you hope (wish for) rarely turn out in reality and so, as the season comes to an end…my hope of a promotion shot (play off) hasn’t come to be a reality.
    Equally my hope for some improvement in football style and entertainment hasn’t fulfilled my dreams either.
    My desire to see and improving standard in our players hasn’t materialised either ..with some going scarily backwards.

    The TWO ( or several) saving graces however have been the culling of MOXEY, MORGAN, O’REARDON, OTHER USELESS MANAGEMENT tosser over the past 9 months……
    This coupled with the true hope that FOSUN deliver what everyone of us crave for …and that’s a team of quality players giving their all, wanting to sweat blood for this club I’ve supported for so long …with little to show..success wise.

    Tomorrow we’ll see whose IN OR OUT…..

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  31. Bedford Wolf says:

    The weekend should be great. Arrive Saturday about 1pm with BOG. Looking forward immensely to it all and seeing all the usual faces as well as some unusual ones (you know what I mean)!

    Just hope the game on Sunday doesn’t spoil the weekend!

    Hoping for much better next season.

    Ideally I hope next season starts without any of the following;

    Paul Lambert, Kevin Thelwell, Andy Lonergan, Danny Batth, Richard Stearman, Cameron Borthwick-Jackson, Silvio, Jack Price, Dave Edwards, Lee Evans, James Henry, Jed Wallace, Ethan Ebanks-Landell, Paul Gladon, Andreas Weimann, Joe Mason, George Saville, Money Shop as shirt sponsors, Redrow hoardings in the ground and disgusting neon lime green away kits.

    That would mean our squad is down to about 19 or 20 I think allowing a minimum of 4 quality additions – and we’d also get a new manager/coach who understands modern football and a head of recruitment who understands football whether modern or otherwise!

    Regardless I still feel a great deal more positive now than I did 12 months ago at the end of last season when the Moron/Toxic pairing were still running the show.

    OODCL

    p.s. drinking trousers on lads!

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  32. Clive's twin brother in Whitmore Reans says:

    Five one.
    No ifs, ands or buts.
    I am going so the players will be quaking in their boots, expecting me to have my two favorite pals with me, Smith and Wesson.
    Very nice to meet Bedders much better half this morning, she at least had a full caddy of tea bags, Twixxo!
    See y’all terrmorra

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    • Bedford Wolf says:

      What we didn’t tell y’all was that them teabags were infused with a top secret special anti-homesickness drug so you are guaranteed to be still around for breakfast on Sunday. And that is despite the prospect of watching Wolves play looming over you like a great big looming type thing.

      Love ya too baby (said in a Telly Savalas accent).

      The beers are on BOG!

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      • Bedfordshire Old Gold says:

        The beers are ALWAYS on me!!!

        Ok I will fork out for the ale – providing you fork out for the wine…

        Deal or no deal?

        Looking forward to it.

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    • Bedfordshire Old Gold says:

      Hi Clive

      Apologies for missing you when you visited Bedford earlier today.

      My better half and I had to attend a lunchtime function North of Bedford so we weren’t at home until 3.30 this afternoon.

      Otherwise we would have dished up some lunch.

      BOG

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  33. Graham from Horsham says:

    Let’s just get it over with and look forward to next season being a damn sight better.

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  34. Steppenwolfe says:

    Have a good summer everyone.
    See you all next season.

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  35. john Payne says:

    One more addition before next season would be someone to give Lambert a ‘wee bit of help’ with his press releases – what a rambling load of nonsense in the Express and Star – dafter than Dean Saunders, and that’s saying something
    Preston is as good a chance as any for us to finally get a 3-0 win, and as I’ve halved my stakes due to apathy we probably will.

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  36. theDOOGooder says:

    Only just been able to get on the interweb due to circumstances beyond our control.

    I blame Bob Dylan! Who was brilliant incidentally.

    Clive, if you’re reading this, me and the PMDG’er are in bed ‘cos we’re knackered.

    See you at breakfast or a bit later.

    Looking forward to the Ball tomorrow.

    I’m being fitted out with my glass slippers even as we speak.

    It’ll be like a Fairy Tale.

    Brompton’s Buttons, Clive’s the Wicked Witch of the West.

    All we need now is a handsome Prince, the Ugly Sisters and Widow Twanky.

    Suggestions on a postcard.

    As far as the Preston game is concerned – I don’t give a Flying Carpet!

    And, yes, I agree with you Thomas, Costa as Player of the Season followed by the only other chap who seemed to know where the goal was.

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  37. Clemens says:

    Looking forward to next season. Have a great bloggers ball lads!

    UTW!

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  38. Johnok says:

    Another bore draw, nothing to play for not even pride
    2 teams having a kick about dreaming about the beach just like they’ve been doing most of the season,minus a few exceptions,Costa, Ikeme,Cav,Doherty,Edwards .Marshall ,Wiemann ,The Bod needs a rest,Dicko needs to rediscover himself, the rest can go .along with the PLank.

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  39. kiwiwolf says:

    The new season starts on Monday and lets hope the transfer window is far more entertaining than the football has been. “This time next year Roders we’ll be Millionaires”

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  40. AshK says:

    Finish off the season with a win to raise just a tad of hope over the break.
    As for the prediction league – yes this is my second title. Obviously the view of the matches from my lounge room in Melbourne, Australia is clearer than the locals. (Do I get to keep the perpetual trophy as a multiple winner?)
    Thanks Thomas and all contributors for this amazing blog.
    Hoping for a great off season in the transfer market

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    • basherbaz says:

      Well done AshK, but you will have to be even better next year when the Wolverhampton lads get their act together. UTW

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    • Brompton Wolf says:

      Ash,

      I would also be personally fine with you keeping the trophy.
      Your only problem will be trying to find one in the first instance. I had to make my own lol.

      Be really good if you could arranage your next visit to the UK to coincide with the end of season BallBash. We only have one overseas attendee and he is ……… well …… he is ….. a really nice guy from Texas.

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  41. Clive's twin brother in Whitmore Reans says:

    Ash,
    I personally would be fine with you keeping the trophy.
    Your only problem will be prying it out of the tight, sticky clutches of last year’s flawed competition winner, that M62 dweller, our very own Chalkie!
    Good luck with that!
    Now I’m gonna get grief later today!!

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  42. DancesWithWolves says:

    Whatever happens tomorrow we will finish, arguably, more disappointed than after Kenny Jackett’s worst season. His first season saw us take the League One title in style. His second season saw us miss the playoffs on goal difference (with us having accumulated a top-two points total in the second half of that season). We can’t even beat his third season where he was truly shafted by the previous owner.

    Is this some sort of cruel demonstration of the law of diminishing returns? No. It just shows the awful mess made by Fosun. Ironically I would think a overwhelming majority of fans would agree that we would have done far better if Fosun had kept Jackett and let him do the spending. His first signing would of course have been the 28-goal man Chris Woods. And what a difference that one player would have made to our season.

    Paul Lambert, my number one choice, has a huge responsibility next season.

    On that note I wish the Bloggers a great ball. Will the lovely Amanda be the belle of the ball?

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  43. Border Wolf says:

    Home win to finish off a crap season, but hey there’s always the next one coming.

    Brompton thanks for the t-shirt, sadly I can’t make it as recovering from a virus so don’t wish to infect anyone with it.

    COYW

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  44. Steve showcase says:

    End of the season match dictating things to come – maybe …like devestating the squad..
    The players playing for their spot nxt season..like DB….Iorfa..

    We have the resources to reject most of who’s playing today..

    Regards to all the bloggers at The doo…

    Hears to the new season and success..ffs
    COYW

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  45. Cannock Wolf says:

    Let’s finish off with a bit of style and class – not too much to ask, is it?

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  46. Mosman Wolf says:

    Bring on next season …… I am over this one.

    Hopefully some positive changes will be made but I’m not holding my breath.

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  47. Exiledwolf says:

    Hopefully there’ll be some fun in the sun and maybe a decent score to go with it. I don’t much care who wears the shirt as long as they play with passion. Let’s see what changes occur over the summer.

    Looking forward to the APV later today.

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  48. RickRack Wolves says:

    Thomas,
    Firstly thanks to you & your team for the blog & allowing many of us to vent splines or just have a laugh…. sometimes both in the same blog – unbelievable Geoff

    I’d also go with your team just changing Coady for Price or even putting a young en in…
    Like to see Graham start & Dicko for at least 45 mins….. maybe even seeing Zyro

    This season isn’t really worth a crock of shite, but, Scouseland away was a special day.

    Costa for me is POTS with his true ability when he plays – I also still think he’ll be in old gold next year…. we should remember he wasn’t attracting the big guns before getting to Wolves…. and the Prem is the Golden Goose for Fosun

    Sorry I couldn’t make the Bloggers Bash as just returned from hols, but, I have to tell you’s that at B’ham Airport the messiah aka S.G.Bull was also in the departure lounge….. then when sitting on the plane in row 11C bugger me with a rusty pole but only Bully comes walking down the aisle – so I offered him a nice seat next to me with added leg room if he wanted – SGB just said “thanks mate, but I’m OK” – then my missus said “where would he have sat then?” I said “where do you think? You could have had his seat”….. still we carried on to enjoy our holiday until she started to speak to me again. All well that ends well….

    Have a great bash, drink irresponsibly, don’t be late for this seasons finale tomorrow.

    Peace & goodwill to all (except the strippy lot) FOwb

    And we’ll always beeeeeeeeee, we are Wolves F C

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  49. Brompton Wolf says:

    Good to see the BallBash is being supported pso well. Great to see the usual faces, and really good to see
    Witley Wanderer and son Shaun, BOG, and Cheeseburger of Death who is nothing like we imagined. Perceptioni is always questionable.

    Looking forward to tonight.

    Bring it on.

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  50. Brompton Wolf says:

    Good to see the BallBash is being supported so well. Great to see the usual faces, and really good to see Witley Wanderer and son Shaun, BOG, and Cheeseburger of Death who is nothing like we imagined.

    Perception is always questionable.

    Looking forward to tonight.

    Bring it on.

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  51. Clive's twin brother in Whitmore Reans says:

    You are a friggin’ lightweight, Chalkie
    Go and have a nap

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  52. Here is my prediction for the off-season.
    Costa will go. There will be a bidding war for him and Wolves will pull in an amazing £34 million for him, with a sell-on clause, of course.
    That money, plus the additional approx £14 million they have left in the FFP overspending clause will give them enough money to buy 5 top notch player.
    Unfortunately, no one that good will want to move to Wolverhampton.

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  53. CHEESEBURGER OF DEATH says:

    Great to meet you blokes and girls. Oh i do like to be beside the seaside………

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    • Brompton Wolf says:

      Great to meet you too mate. Now you know where we gather …… see you next season.

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  54. Telford Wolf says:

    For what it’s worth…..

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  55. nige3367 says:

    I Think Lambert Should go now…
    His Record is poor and we have got rid of Managers for similar or better records,
    Lets give ourselves the best chance of getting a decent manager in who can get decent footballers in who actually know how to play.

    Apprantly its all our fault the Fans why they cant perform at home this season…
    That shows the character of the man and the players…

    LAMBERT OUT !!! THELWELL OUT !!!

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  56. sevlow says:

    I don’t believe it! Just spent 10 mins typing my thoughts and when I finished it gave me an error message about bloody cookies and java script!

    Bollocks

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    • Bedfordshire Old Gold says:

      Had the same experience a few times Sevlow so I decided to write my usual garbage on a word document then copy onto the blog.

      Should this annoying error message rear it’s head then the comments you have written will still be saved on the word document enabling you to try again by copying over.

      Just a thought
      BOG

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      • sevlow says:

        Yeah me too, I didn’t enter it on anything so can’t copy it over, I should know better!

        😉

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  57. Marney says:

    Hopefully this is the last game of hoooofball we have to endure ( one has to hope ) I’m going for 12 all , not the game , the amount of alcoholic drinks consumed at the ball bash, il get ther one of these years .
    Have a great last day of the season all who will be in attendance and here’s to the first signing of the season tomorrow!!
    Utw

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  58. Hope all those attending the Bash have a good time. Thanks again for the blog. Thanks for the roller coaster season all those at Molineux. For the ups and the downs. When they were up they were up…..etc.

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  59. Sea Pigeon says:

    No way am I looking forward to the game but I am looking forward to a summer away from the tedium of enduring what Lambert’s team serves up at the Molinuex week in week out. Off on my hols next week and boy am I looking forward to that! Happy summer to all bloggers.

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  60. Adrian says:

    At long last, it’s almost over.

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  61. I cannot see any possibility of them winning at home against Preston.
    What? It was an early game?
    Oops.

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  62. Sea Pigeon says:

    Should have gone home after a minute;apart from the first minute my prediction was right.At least we’ll have Graham to look forward to next season but everyone of the rest of them on today’s pitch can go as far as I’m concerned but the sad truth is that no one will want them surely. We must have the worst central midfield in the division. Combine that with a strike force that cannot score and a dodgy defence and ……

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  63. Sea Pigeon says:

    Bit harsh I’d keep Enobakhare on second thoughts as he shows promise despite poor decision making.

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  64. Declan says:

    Yep harsh. Still think it’s about getting the 3-4 players that can make the others click into place, e.g. Still rate Saiss – has a bit of vision. I remember people moaning about KMac & look at him now! Bright has the talent, just needs to work in his finishing. Connor Roman too, when he’s back from injury – cracking player. Shame that it’s likely Costa will go though; Costa & Graham together?. It’s all about getting off to a proper good start, that’ll breed confidence. Zenga did that, but started chopping & changing too soon.

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  65. Declan says:

    *work ‘on’ his finishing
    *Connor Ronan

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  66. Steve showcase says:

    If you had to bet on wolves even making the top six then it would be a dangerous bet even with the promises..
    Every game is a lottery we could of lost this one..we need insurance of some sort wether it be a great central defender a great striker and or a great midfielder..we need all three.

    What will happen.. I really don’t know..The blue noses and Forest scraped in by a hair breath but both with Wolves currently are capable of beating us 3-0.

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  67. Declan says:

    P.S. Don’t often post on here, but regularly read. Well done Thomas & co for producing an intelligent, humorous & well produced blog. Top notch entertainment (unlike our home form).

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  68. Bedford Wolf says:

    Just home from a cracking weekend.

    Saturday was a joy. Arrived around 1pm, lots of bloggers already there in and in the bar. Lots more joined and the drinking didn’t cease (briefly) till 630pm. Met some bloggers I’d not met before like Tipton Exile and Cheeseburger of Death. Magic, DOOGooder had produced a brilliant video montage of Wolves glory days which was on the big screen in the bar invoking memories of Richards, Dougan, Hibbitt, Wagstaffe, Bailey and the rest.

    Quick shower and change then dinner at 8pm – preceded by the odd drink – with Willie Carr and Steve Daley. Brilliant, just brilliant. Willie and Steve did a brilliant Q&A that didn’t end till around 11.10pm. What great people they are as well as being great players in their day.

    Finally went to bed at 12.10am though some stayed up till 2am drinking – no names, no pack drill (Witley Wanderer and his son Shaun, London Wolves Loyal).

    Up at 6am – no idea why – breakfast at 8am with Clive and Brompton (the food at A Park View is really good) then sat in the sun with a coffee and the odd smoke. Some bloggers didn’t surface till after 9am (no names, no pack drill (London Wolves Loyal, BOG, Mrs London Wolves Loyal).

    Then around 11.20am a whole bunch of us set off for the ten minute walk to Molineux to see the 1-0 win. It was really a 1-0 battering as a score of 3-0 or even 4-0 wouldn’t have flattered us. Good team selection by Trigger Lambert I thought. Coady and Silvio were impressive at full back, Saiss played very well and both Graham and Enobakhare injected some much needed trickery – they are real footballers who are happy to receive the ball under pressure, don’t panic and are confident enough in their own ability make things happy. Sat in blazing sunshine the whole match and am now sunburnt!

    Journey home too 3 hours instead of 2 after a pile-up on the M6 blocked the road. Never mind as it couldn’t spoil the weekend.

    Bloggers all I salute you. For years I didn’t know any other Wolves fans. Now I know loads. Not only loads but loads of really nice people who are great company, friendly, welcoming and share the same passion – Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club.

    So thanks to (in no particular order) BOG, Thomas, Mike & Lilian (Mr & Mrs Twixfix), StuWolf & Jen, Mark & Sue (Mr & Mrs DOOGooder), Mr & Mrs Exiledwolf, Scooped, Clive, Brompton, Barry & Shaun (Witley Wanderer and son), Matt & Elaine (Mr & Mrs London Wolves Loyal), Tipton Exile, Cheeseburger Of Death, Eileen and anyone else I may have inadvertently forgotten (it’s my age).

    See you all next season bloggers. It could be a VERY interesting Summer.

    P.S. I see I am joint 3rd in the Prediction League – big improvement on last season. This time next year I’ll be a millionaire!

    OODCL

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    • Brompton Wolf says:

      Same as what he just said.

      See you next season bloggers and blogettes. Love your company. Am back home too and chatting to the wife who you MAY meet next BallBash – I have a year to work on it.

      Be good and take care

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      • Twixfix says:

        Mrs Brompton …get your backside …oh go on then …ass……down to the APV….
        GREAT LOFF…GREAT COMPANY…?

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  69. London wolves loyal says:

    Hey you lot … you know who you are …. top night !
    You lot are lot are the bollocks
    Up the wolves and safe journeys home to you all

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  70. Twixfix says:

    I mean …come on …..what an absolutely fab evening…and afternoon …and early early morning …and brekkie time…
    To everyone who was there, including the leg end COD….. I salute you.
    Great to see all of the usual mobsters together along with Elaine, Rhona, Whitley and son, Tipton Exile, Barbara, Dougie and ALL at the APV …Sat and Staff for an unforgettable weekend…

    And Matt and Bog for making me piss myself with laughter, BOG for his passion at watching a 46 year old video of Wolves 5 v 1 Arsenal and MATT (and Elaine) for the Billy Nasturtium fun at midnight.

    Big thanks too for Stuey and Jen for sorting Willie Carr and Steve Daley, Brompton for the organisation and also to Mark and Sue for videos during the afternoon and evening.

    Great also to see Wolfstroker and Jayney making the 450 mile round trip and Clive for coming over from Houston Texas.

    For those that missed it … it’s a bark guys….

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  71. London wolves loyal says:

    Absolutely Twix !
    For you guys that think about attending and don’t … it’s so friendly and funny . There s no fucking egos or points scored for games attended or football knowledge.. it’s funny and it’s a wolves thing .
    If you love the wolves and you are a nice person then you will be welcome

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    • Brompton Wolf says:

      Spot on mate. Genuine people with amazing sense of humour.

      I am still laughing. Cant wait until BlogBash V already.

      Hope you and Elaine had a safe journey home Matt.

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  72. StuWolf says:

    Steve Daley met up with Willie Carr today at the Golden Palace and they both commented on the fantastic evening they had with you guys, now let me tell you they’ve had a few, so fair play to you guys. Steve called me to thank you all on behalf of him, his wife, Willie Carr and his wife. He wants to come next year and will promise to bring King Kenny Hibbitt and John Richards too.

    On a sadder note we were prevented from sharing a few laughs with Phil Parkes who possibly has Pneumonia, so I shall call round to wish him well and pass on our regards.

    A lot of hard work went on behind the scenes to make last night and the gathering a success, well done Brompton for the excellent organisation, huge cheer for Doogooder for the rolling videos which entertained us all day and night, Willie Carr cheered every time he saw his goals fly in the back of rhe net and enthused common sense with Steve and their wives. Interesting to hear the two lovely ladies telling of the struggles they and their families had gone through in entertaining us guys in the past.

    A big bollox hurrah for all the guys and girls who did make the night, no airs and graces, no egos, just plain good fun and loads of alcohol flowing for 36 hours or so.

    Wolves U21’s plat at Molineux tomorrow 7pm against West Ham in the play offs, STH’s free everyone else £3.
    Then on Wednesday U18’s play at Molineux 7pm In the cup final, so still stuff to keep us amused while PL gets sacked.

    Onwards and Upwards you fantastic people who make this blog, the best there is around, enjoy the break and come back in your thousands to cheer the colours of Old Gold and Black whoever plays in them or is in control of them as I have done for my 55 years or as long as you guys have supported.

    Happy Holidays as Clive of India would say.

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  73. I’ll save my thoughts on the game for the next blog, but I can only echo everyone’s previous comments on the Ballbash. Great to put more faces to names and to dine in such exalted company as Messers Daley, Carr and Brompton was special indeed.
    A massive thankyou to those who organised and made it possible and to the staff at the APV for their ever smiling professionalism. Sign ’em up for next season.
    A cracking evening.

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  74. Exiledwolf says:

    It was really good to meet up with so many great people over the weekend, some old and some new (but too numerous to name).

    Barbara and I had a brilliant time on Saturday evening. Thanks, particularly, to Brompton for organising the Ballbash; to Stu for procuring our two guests, Willie Carr and Steve Daley; and to Sat for being an excellent host.

    Post-match yesterday was all about chilling out with Mr and Mrs DOOGooder and Clive and later catching up with some old college friends. Now leaving APV for Lincoln (daughter at Uni) and then home tomorrow to South Wales.

    Safe journeys to those still travelling back or about to. See you all back at Molineux next season.

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