Wolves Vs Millwall Preview

You get this every season.

A couple of winnable home games in the space of a few days. Expectations are high but the return routinely disappoints.

I see two decent fixtures here, particularly when you take into account who we’ve already played, but there’s still danger around every corner.

You don’t have to look hard where Millwall are concerned either. A newly promoted team, containing two of our former players, coming into this game on the back of a thumping victory.

We’ve been here before.

Millwall

I saw some of their game against Forest on the opening day of the season and they were unfortunate to lose.

They were subsequently outwitted by Ipswich and Reading, but that 4-0 win over Norwich last time out has put them back in the black.

Jed Wallace and George Saville were both on the scoresheet in that one and will be licking their lips about the prospect of getting one over their former employers tomorrow.

Neither should expect or receive a hostile reception though. Both tried their hardest in old gold but it just never quite worked.

Saville was the consummate square peg in a round hole, deployed anywhere but his preferred position in the middle where he couldn’t hold down a spot.

Wallace never got started, entering the picture at a difficult time with the team in transition and always hampered by injury.

I’ve said it before that I think both will end up being solid Championship performers and that reflects how I think Millwall will get on this season.

Wolves

Nuno’s job got a little bit easier or a little bit harder depending on how you view our late transfer window dealings.

Easier in the sense that he doesn’t have to keep so many first team players happy at least.

Edwards and Graham would both have expected to push hard for a place in the side but were obviously on the periphery.

Readily dispensing of Dicko without a slam dunk replacement seems more odd, despite Jeff Shi’s protestations, but we’ve got to go with it.

I’m gutted to see Wily Boly miss out tomorrow. The easy decision would be to bring Batth in but I think Bennett’s a bit quicker and that could go in his favour.

Impossible to know how Nuno will shuffle the deck though. Even new boy Alfred N’Diaye could slot in somewhere.

The key question is whether Wolves can maintain their levels even when one or two players drop out. So far, they’ve been able to pass those tests in the cup competitions, but the league is always tougher.

Predictions

The league table, our respective squads and home advantage logically lead me towards a home victory.

But you know, just know, that one or both of those lads will come back to bite us at some point.

Even so, I would hope the curse of the ex player isn’t the decisive factor for a change.

3-1 to us.

Up The Wolves!

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Comments

  1. The Witley Wanderer says:

    Three nil no messing!! See you bloggers in the north Bank Bar Twelve thirty ish.
    On another note, does any body know a good sports bar In Maderia off there on Monday, don’t want to miss the boys on Tuesday evening. COUW.

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    Wolves 3
    Millwall 0
    • I know one Witley, but I can’t remember it’s name or where it is, so not that much use really. Still, nice to know there is one at least.Maybe catch you in the NBB pre-match.
      Ex-players come back to haunt us but a convincing performance anyway.

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      Wolves 4
      Millwall 2
  2. Sharmwolf says:

    Back to winning ways no problem here.
    Goals from Bonatini , Doherty and Neves.
    Expecting a game where Millwall try and do a Cardiff but within the laws this time and not as physical tbh

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    Wolves 3
    Millwall 1
  3. Ferris says:

    Both Wallace and saville have started the season really well and will be full of confidence so I expect at least one of them to score. I’ve had a good look at their side and there’s very little championship experience in there. The two up front are decent and Jimmy runs thing’s for them in the middle but I see no reason why we can’t take all 3 points tomorrow. I think our quality will come through and we’ll run out fairly comfortable winners. Let’s not forget we sold Wallace and Saville because they were not good enough for us, let’s prove it to them. Bonatini (2) and jota to score

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  4. Wolf in Devon says:

    A no frills but solid home win with a clean sheet will do nicely

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  5. vicsmith says:

    Well these are the kind of games we should win at a canter. what used to happen in the past, is in the past. this s the New Wolves – the Nuno era. So a win is expected with no worries at all. (I wish I could type quicker with both my fingers and toes crossed as I’m typing!).

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    Wolves 3
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  6. AmberWolf says:

    Someone somewhere some time is going to come a cropper against us and to honour our Friend in Houston it just has to be our win of the season with a performance to match.

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    Wolves 5
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  7. Tipton Exile ( Keep the faith for Carl) says:

    Doubt that we will keep a clean sheet with two old boys coming back just not our style.
    However I would expect a game which could be closer than we think but a solid win at the end of it.

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  8. mark Pritchard says:

    I think it will be tight for a long period but we will eventually get to them.

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  9. Paulcooksleftpeg says:

    After international break hard one to call Millwall had good win last time round we havnt won in two
    Be honest we should beat them as I always say if we score first we will win this one so I’m going for a home win but would not least bit surprised one of our rejects score against us
    Cmon the wolves

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  10. Have to win this one. COYW.

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  11. Tettenhall Wolf says:

    I would like to see Cavaleiro starting. I think he offers more end product than Enobakhare, although that said Cav can be a bit wayward sometimes too. Maybe a start for N’Diaye ahead of Saiss? Who knows.

    I remain to be entirely convinced by Bonatini, albeit early days for him. I think that to let Dicko go before getting a replacement was at best naive, at worst reckless and arrogant. I know we reckon PSV pulled the plug, but if we’d have got the replacement before selling Dicko we wouldn’t be in the position of having one senior striker who’s only a hamstring away from leaving us with 0.

    Anyway, I’m going to go against every bone in my body which suggests based on history that Wallace and Savile will get a goal each and go with a home win.

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    • Brompto' says:

      PSV did not pull the plug. We did.

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      • JackoMac says:

        Interesting view, I heard that Nuno was really keen and that Jeff Shi was not put off by FFP. The version I heard was that player expected a prem club to come in and never intended to come to us despite taking the physical. I guess the truth is out there somewhere, but it makes me wonder how any transfer gets completed with all the deceipt, greed and manipulation.

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  12. Portuguese Men of Wolves says:

    will go for a narrow win with saville scoring theirs

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    • Wokingham Welsh Wolf says:

      Me too PM of W.

      I hope Vinagre has a start, as I thought he looked promising and classy at Griffin Park.

      COMBs!

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  13. Sleachy says:

    Spain beat Italy 3-0, and they didn’t even have a striker in the line up. We’ve got one, so should logically win 6-2. That’s twice as many as Spain, what with us having a striker and all, then 2 down the other end for the old boys.

    This prediction lark is easy.

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    Wolves 6
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  14. spikeyboy says:

    The break will have done us the world of good.
    A re assessment and a little tweak will make all the difference.
    Nuno will have done extra homework with the extra time available to him.
    Total positivity and an even more ruthless streak.
    NO MERCY TO THE COCKANEES .

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    Wolves 4
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  15. basherbaz says:

    This could be a big week with two decent home win’s possible, so will they score, think they will get one, but we get more

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  16. The Newt says:

    Two “winnable” home games coming up and based on all footballing logic I’ll be predicting two home wins but it wouldn’t surprise me in the slightest if we drop points in one of them, I’m afraid too many years of supporting the club has ingrained a sense of pessimism in me.

    Hopefully N’Diaye is fit and can replace Saiss, Douglas to start if fit and I too would like to see Cavaleiro play from the start tomorrow. Deslandes could replace Boly as he’s been the left sided centre half when we’ve made changes although one of the more experienced of Bennett or Batth will probably get the nod.

    UTW

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  17. DancesWithWolves says:

    After a couple of disappointing results we should be back on track tomorrow. The mugging by Cardiff should have been a reality check for Nuno that there are unscrupulous teams out there. I see Millwall being similar to Cardiff in intent but without the quality. That said, the ex-Wolves player syndrome will strike tomorrow and I expect a goal from that direction.

    I’m going for a modest 3-1 win but if by chance we win 5-1 it would be a lovely touch if the match ball was donated to Clive of Houston. Clive could stick it up his jumper at the first sign of fresh flooding! Sooner or later there will be a 5-1 win. Any chance of one of you insiders on here asking the Wolves management about this?

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  18. pauluswolf says:

    I can see us doing Millwall over comfortably enough. Saville and Wallace were simply not good enough for a Wolves shirt.
    Concerned about the lack of a striker and hoping nit will not come back to bite us. Hopefully a loan signing will be appearing shortly.

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  19. Wight Wolf says:

    A good chance to show why we have imported flair players and moved on some of the more basic footballers. Can’t wait for the return of Costa.

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  20. BG Wolf says:

    This is a game we need to be winning if this good start is going to turn into a real tilt at promotion. Milwall are not a bad side based on the highlights of the games that Ive seen, they create a lot of chances but seem to be weaker at the back.

    Im worried that we are going to be without Boly as i think they will pressure us from set peices and cause a few issues through the middle. I would drop Bright and Siass for Cav and the new lad but either way its a strong enough side to shade this one.

    UTW

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  21. Bedford Wolf (We're all with you Carl) says:

    Three pints – sorry points – please.

    Hvala from Kalometa Island, Croatia. No rain, no thunder.

    OODCL

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  22. Steppenwolfe says:

    Think we’ll have to much for them

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  23. I’m hoping that the new start under Nuno means we won’t be undone by our former players. I’d like to see N’Diaye start in place of Saiss to see what he can do, but I’ve no idea whether he’s fully match fit.

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  24. CHEESEBURGER OF DEATH says:

    All around the world we see signs of crisis. For example Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump trading insults like two 14 year olds squaring up in the playground. But this is nothing compared to the crisis at Grange Hill when poor old Pogo Patterson had his trousers removed by wicked Karen Stanton and her mates following an argument in woodwork. Our very own CFH is now moving on from his own crisis following on in the wake of Nasty Hurricane Harvey -so much so that he is preparing to watch the Old Gold on his telly in a caravan tomorrow. Is there a sriker crisi at WWFC ? Time will tell but I expect us to remove the ‘Wall’ tomorrow and secure a win.A Neves masterclass will reduce ‘Jimmy’ Saville to a blubbering wreck whilst Wallace may as well get his cheese crackers out such will be his ineffectiveness. Cav and Jota to score in a 2-1 win. FWAW.FOWB.

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  25. WurzelWolf says:

    Wolves 2 – 1 Millwall

    This fixture always seems to bring out the worst kind of ‘fans’. Hope its a peaceful day.

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  26. StuWolf says:

    I for one want to stop living in the past. The recent manager less, rudderless team we have endured has gone, the whole system has been overhauled, we’ve wotnessed some really good quality footy late
    Y amd there always will be another Cardiff waiting around every corner, but as someone pointed out on here, we now have a team that CAN go up a gear, when they gel then it will ge wonderful to see, no more Lambert/Jackett footy.

    I do expect to loose one in tomorrow with our giant missing, but still see us coming out 2-1 winners.
    All in all there’s just two other pricks in the Wall.

    COMBambinoes

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  27. Wolvo Dave says:

    I think we’ll be too strong, even for the traditionally dogged Millwall, up the Wolves!!

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  28. Wolfman Jack says:

    Without Boly it might be time to start Batth to give us some defensive strength at set peices. I don’t expect too many changes from the XI that has mostly started – maybe Vinagre in if BD unfit.
    I don’t expect too may goals from us either – we’re not geared up that way.

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    Wolves 2
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  29. Brompto' says:

    Wolverhampton Wanderers 3
    Millwall 2

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  30. Would have like a 20 goal striker but so be it. When January comes we will hopefully be thinking of premier standard players!

    To achieve that we must see off teams like this especially as we at home.

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  31. Graham from Horsham says:

    With everyone so far believing we are going to get the 3 points, maybe I should be devils advocate and say that because we are expected to win, then as we know from numerous ocassions in the past, the wheels will come off. Especially, as has been previously commented on, we have the Saville/Wallace guys who will try their darndest to hit the back of our net. What we will not get tomorrow, I forecast, is a 0 – 0 draw.

    I honestly hope to be proven wrong by 4.50 tomorrow evening.

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  32. I have a completely different questions.
    If Ronan is so good, why doesn’t he start for the ROI under 19s, or whatever age group he plays for?
    Is there a budding superstar that plays for them in that position or are we overrating Conor?

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    • JackoMac says:

      Last year Conor won the Irish young player of the year award. He has played at under 17 level and is now part of the under 19 squad. Don’t worry be patient, this lad is the real deal and definitely not overrated.

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  33. MILDENHALL WOLF says:

    COME ON YOU WOLVES…

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  34. Clive from Houston says:

    Back to some kind of sanity in merry old Houston.
    I paid my fiver, and cannot wait for 9.00am tomorrow, to watch me babbies in the comfort of my new home, with the boss lovingly preparing bacon, eggs, mushrooms and toast.
    All this tosh written about old boys syndrome is bollocks, Wallace and Grommitt or whatever his name is are crap, and will be shown to be crap tomorrow as our new wunderkids run rings round them.
    Easy three points, and Brizzie titties next wick, more of the same.
    Once again, boys and girls, thanks for your support, now please spare a thought for those poor buggers in Florida who are about to get creamed.
    FOwb

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  35. Teddy Eley says:

    Back to our winning ways

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  36. GoWolves says:

    No time for nonsense or excuses anymore. They need to start winning now.

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  37. marin wolf says:

    my prediction machine has been crap so far..but I’m thinking we aren’t going up unless we win this type of game so as I think we’re going up …

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  38. Marney says:

    Three points here make the brentford draw a good point, then we can turn it on against Bristol on Tuesday
    And England to win a tight one against the windies
    Utw

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  39. Mark G Davies says:

    Heard on the radio earlier today Warnock saying every team in the championship was capable of beating any other side on the day. I never thought I`d agree with anything that bloke utters, but he has a point.
    However individually and collectively we have better players than Millwall, and we must be winning these games if, as others have said, we have ambitions of promotion. The manager must get the players up for this one, we expect and want 3 points courtesy of a thumping 4-1 win.

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  40. john Payne says:

    Can’t add anything , agree with all bar one so far. Hope the break gave time for Nuno to perfect the strategy and motivation.. hate the International breaks generally.

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  41. For some reason I thought this game was last Tuesday, that’s working shift never know what day it is. I might just be able to make it tomorrow if I can finish a bit earlier as I’m working.

    With two ex players you’d expect one of them to score and I suppose both of them will play a blinder. I have some sympathy for both but they both at times looked like they wanted to be some where else. Saville was on to a loser because we had better midfielders and he was played everywhere bar in goal. Wallace wel I still don’t know what is his postion was it midfield or on the wing anyway that’s all water under the bridge now.

    We have in the past come a cropper after breaks and with ex players sticking the knife in but these are different times and Nuno is nothing if not matriculouse in his preparations so I’m going for 5.1 to Wolves in honour of Clive……..it’s got to happen sooner or later why not tomorrow…?

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    Wolves 5
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  42. I can’t predict a score, I’m just too superstitious, if I predict a win it’s the kiss of death, predict a kiss and it will happen, and surely there’s no chance of a draw. Woe is me….

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  43. Steve Showcase says:

    Three home games and difficult away to forest that’s say 9 points from 12 ….top of the league stuff perhaps ..
    If we can’t do Millwall then again we should
    Reprimand ourselves we must take these 3 points looking at us ..period.
    As regards how we win and who scores then that’s the weak point…Dicko was to me impotent other than causing problems ..we really need that striker even though Geff Shi thinks the world is lovely..Bonatini then..

    So..points make prizes …we just have to do the business here..

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  44. Parkes is better than Yashin says:

    Message for The Witley Wanderer……Madeira Sports Bars. Try these two….Bar Number Two opposite the Pestana Carlton Hotel or Moynahan’s Irish Bar about 300 yards away (go left out of Bar Number Two and down the road behind the new Savoy hotel currently being built. Note..Moynahan’s has an extra TV upstairs which also receives Sky Sports. I have spent many hours in both following/watching Wolves matches. Enjoy the island.
    Back to winning ways tomorrow…our better quality players will prevail.

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  45. Idiot in Croydon says:

    My train just whizzed past the Millwall ground on my way home so I feel well placed to comment tonight.

    I’ve heard Millwall have two big forwards that they will probably want to hoof it up to. Our defenders need to cope and hold their own or it could be over before we even get started. In the past I’ve seen us really fanny about at the back and give away silly goals so tomorrow is a test of whether the new defence are up to it.

    I’m surprised Fosun didn’t manage to get that centre forward we all wanted but that’s life.

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  46. Val hever says:

    Just can,t see us losing this one sand with a decent referee we should win comfortably 3-0

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  47. Twixfix says:

    I’m with most others on Thomas’s summary and thoughts.
    Just can’t see that the lump it up to the front two strategy will cut the mustard this weekend and as hard as they both tried both Saville and Wallace will never reach playing in the Premiership.
    So as tough as I sense it might be we’ll grind out a comfortable win tomorrow.

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  48. JackoMac says:

    Big test tomorrow. All of us (including Nuno) know what to expect and he will make sure the team knows what is expected of them. I don’t think we were physically intimidated by Cardiff, in fact I was pleased that Jota and Neves stick to their task. But they stopped us playing and the lesson is you have to earn the right to play. I think tomorrow is still part of the learning process, but I expect us to find a way to get over the line.

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  49. Johnok says:

    A bit disappointed we didn’t bring in a striker we needed.
    I’m looking to get back to winning ways against a side who have in their team two ex wolves players who both have scored recently and hope they don’t come back to haunt us like so many have in the past.
    Having said that they were never gonna fit in with the way NES wants to play football, so I’m hoping we can keep a clean sheet and score a couple goals to keep us in touch with the leaders.
    I won’t be able to make it tomorrow,I’m in warmer climes but back for the Bristol game come Tuesday evening.UTW.

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  50. slider says:

    Done the homework, passed the exam. Bring on the titties.

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  51. Matt Cook says:

    If we are serious about promotion then 4 points at the very least from these 2 home games but I am expecting 6. If we are scared about facing Wallace & Saville then we don’t deserve to be in the Prem. interesting to see who replaces Boly I would like to see Saiss slot in there and N’Daye can come into the team. Also think it’s time to start Cav but it would be harsh on Bright.

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  52. No problem winning this but either Saville or Wallace might score for Millwall even though they never did for us.

    This is the new Wolves, banana skins will be cleared from our new expensive pitch before our new, fantastic and skilful team do the business. Cream rises to the top,

    COYW etc

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    • StuWolf says:

      Are you coming tomorrow Jerry?
      They are renaming the “Paycare Accessibility lounge” tomorrow at 1pm.
      It’s going to be called :- “The Baroness Rachael Heyhoe Flint Accessibility lounge”

      That simplifies things doesn’t it!!!!!

      I will be there until ko, so catch up with ypu hopefully.
      Stu

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  53. StuWolf says:

    The Story of Arthur
    A small boy named Arthur lived in the local village . None of his classmates liked him because of his stupidity, especially his teacher, who was always yelling at him “You are driving me crazy Arthur!!!!!”
    One day Arthur’s mother came into school to check on how he was doing. The teacher told his mother honestly, that her son is simply a disaster, getting very low marks and even she had never seen such a dumb boy in her entire teaching career!!!!
    The mother was shocked at the feedback and withdrew her son from the school & even moved to another town!!!!!
    25 years later, the teacher was diagnosed with an incurable cardio disease! All the doctors strongly advised her to have an open heart operation, which only one surgeon could perform…… Left with no other options, the teacher decided to have the operation, which was successful……
    When she opened her eyes after the surgery she saw a handsome doctor smiling down at her! She wanted to thank him, but could not talk. Her face started to turn blue, she raised her hand, trying to tell him something but eventually died!
    The doctor was shocked and was trying to work out what went wrong, when he turned around he saw Arthur, working as a cleaner in the clinic, who had unplugged the oxygen equipment to connect his Hoover !!!!!
    Don’t tell me you thought that Arthur became a feckin’ doctor???

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    • Brompto' says:

      No I thought he was a footballer who plays defensive midfield for Wolves. After al?, surely there is only one Arthur.

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  54. Adrian says:

    Going to remain positive, despite the last two results. Back to winning ways.

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  55. ExiledWolf (we're all with you Carl) says:

    Forget about ex-players coming back to haunt us. This is a new dawn.

    Wolves to win this (relatively) comfortably, with Bonatini to get on the scoresheet. Crisis? What crisis?

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  56. Cannock wolf says:

    On holiday so short and sweet.
    Comfortable home win
    OODCL

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  57. StuWolf says:

    Watching this Hull team.
    Can we play you every week.
    Feckin poor.

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    • Twixfix says:

      You’re right there mate … Dicko 14 touches of the ball in the first 56 minutes …. ran around like a headless chicken..imo just didn’t seem interested. I did like the lad mind you ..but last night .. not for us.

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  58. Sheffieldwolf says:

    Wolves to prevail but it’ll be tight.

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  59. Larry Talbot says:

    I bloody hate these games!

    On the face of it, it should be no contest and a comfortable win for the old gold n black… unfortunately for Me, I’ve seen wolves screw things up against the likes of millwall enough times to not get too blase.

    So long as we get back to winning ways I’ll be happy.

    UTW

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  60. Border Wolf (We're with you Carl) says:

    Would have liked a striker but just have to see how we do with what we’ve got!

    COYW

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  61. London wolves loyal ( Ikeme ay we says:

    hope there’s not the same outcry as when Cecil got gunned down !
    They ll be finding themselves in a real den tomorrow
    Portuhampton 2
    Mill dew. 1

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  62. Bedfordshire Old Gold says:

    Wolves 2

    Millwall 0

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  63. kiwiwolf says:

    After the last two results Nuno needs to get them back on track

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  64. Jazzwolf says:

    I’m hoping/expecting that we can consign former player syndrome and first match after a break effect well and truly to history and move on in Nino’s new world order. Have gone for a decent win, though not a clean sheet, with only the slightest of concerns. Onwards and UPWARDS I say!

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  65. Marney says:

    Funny stu, just tried reading the story of Arthur to my wife but I was laughing too much, and it’s 6 am here !

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  66. Bedford Wolf (We're all with you Carl) says:

    I see our Clive is at it again – featured in the E&S with John Richards sitting him out a reolacement signed picture.

    Is this a good time to mention I used to have a signed photo of Sharon Stone, Liz Hurley, Lysette Anthony and Kylie Minogue – all naked – that got ruined by a ‘spillage’?

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    • The Witley Wanderer says:

      ‘Spillage’ EErrrrrrrrr !!

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    • john Payne says:

      I once had that Lysette Anthony in the back of my car !
      Hasten to add she was with her mum – she was only 8 years old – used to drink in the Abbey Tavern in St John’s Wood, round the corner from Abbey Road studios.
      Swinging London eh !

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  67. Bedford Wolf (We're all with you Carl) says:

    Sitting = sorting
    Reolacement = replacement

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  68. Think we will do just enough

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  69. Mosman Wolf says:

    Hopefully both ex-Wolves players don’t score.

    Would like to see us put together a full 90 minute performance – haven’t really seen one yet this season.

    These are the games we must win to be successful in promotion.

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    Wolves 3
    Millwall 1
  70. Dalmatian Wolf says:

    Early days yet. I’d love to predict 5-0 but we’re not the finished article, this is a tough division, we have a long and well established history of under achievement in games we’d be expected to breeze, they have two recent ex players who will have been licking their lips at the prospect of this fixture, and we didn’t sign a striker. It could get messy for a while.

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    Millwall 0
  71. danny velinski says:

    yes um er possibly I don’t know

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    Millwall 1
  72. StaffordWolf says:

    A comfortable win today, can’t see Millwall bringing much to the game.

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    Millwall 0
  73. sevlow says:

    Second go at posting……….

    This will be closer than we think. Millwall may do a Cardiff, but we should have learned from that match.
    Batth to replace Boly. We might see Costa on the bench, that would be good.
    A close match and not a pretty one then.

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    Millwall 1
  74. StuWolf says:

    From now on the Force will be with us, that should sort out these dodgy refs…….

    What can go wrong?

    http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/wolves-star-wars-mark-hamill-13591781

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  75. Telford (Out of darkness cometh light) Wolf says:

    Home win, back o winning ways

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    Millwall 1
  76. DancesWithWolves says:

    I saw a lot of the Derby v Hull miss-match on Sky. Hull looked hopeless, ditto Dicko. Double dip for Hull beckons at this rate (known as “doing a Wolves” according to Harry Redknapp). ‘Arry won’t be laughing if Birmingham go down as well with Hull.

    Derby basically scored every time they attacked. Hull could have levelled to 1-1 but blazed a penalty over the bar.

    Looking like Nuno knew what he was doing when he sold Dicko. £3.5mil for a player we paid £300k for!

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  77. Newark Wolves (There's only one Carl Ikeme) says:

    Back to winning ways and like one or two others I am going for the scoreline which will be dedicated to Clive. Not going to the game today as it is Sue’s birthday and she has chosen a meal at a posh restaurant in Newark (yes,there is one) as opposed to a weekend in Wolverhampton ! Calls herself a Wolves fan ??

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    Wolves 5
    Millwall 1
  78. Vladimir says:

    Couple of old jinxes to get rid off: ex-players scoring & unconvincing game after an international break. Nothing to worry about, surely?

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    Wolves 2
    Millwall 0
  79. sg wolf says:

    a nice and clean one for me

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    Wolves 2
    Millwall 0
  80. Looneytune says:

    If we have intentions of promotion then these are the games we need to win, no messing about only a convincing win will do, a statement of intent and 3 points in the bag.

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    Wolves 3
    Millwall 0
  81. Steven Atkinson says:

    Got to be a win but one of either Saville or Wallace are going to score.

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    Wolves 2
    Millwall 1
  82. Wolfmansteve says:

    Got to be a win but one of either Saville or Wallace are going to score.

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    Wolves 2
    Millwall 1
  83. Gold Wolf Sven says:

    Fancy us today I’m glad to see Marshall back in the team as well.

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    Millwall 0
  84. BennyWolves says:

    Hope I got this in time.

    COYW

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    Millwall 1
  85. Paulcooksleftpeg says:

    Another win 3 more points clean sheet I know we aren’t scoring goals at the moment but if we can keep getting clean sheets with Costa back soon get a settled forward line the goals will come
    Up the wolves

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  86. Sing:
    One – nil to the gold and black.
    One – nil to the gold and black.

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  87. Steve Showcase says:

    Thank God for 3 points….what a perilous
    league…..

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  88. StuWolf says:

    Dominated start to finish.
    End of.

    3 points in the bag.

    NEXT!

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    • Karlir-Johanarnt Kristjanson says:

      – Millwall were totally dominated. A shockingly tame display from Bonatini. At the same time he wasn’t far from scoring once again. I’m voting for Cav to replace Bonatini in the next game.

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      • spikeyboy says:

        Have to agree bonatini just does not attack the ball in the box it’s as though he is waiting for it to come to him he could have had a couple today had he been more aggressive.
        we won but this not putting chances away is frustrating.
        Still it’s another 3 points and we are creating loads of goal scoring opportunities.
        Roll on Tuesday.
        Fowb

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  89. StuWolf says:

    Vinagre had a great game, and I cannot deny that Nuno has got Danny Batth playing good football, he looked solid throughout.

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    • Karlir-Johanarnt Kristjanson says:

      – I wonder when the club plan to sign Rossi on free transfer. We need depth and competition up front also.

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  90. CHEESEBURGER OF DEATH says:

    I’m so excited I am going to have a Kim Jong Un haircut and grow a Nuno beard. Not seen footy like that at the Temple for years. It will only get better with work around the last third. To top it all Albion lost to Albion. Fuckin ace.

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  91. Paulo Pereira says:

    Diogo Jota 🙂 I’m in love!

    But Wolves need an forward, with ability to finalize. The volume of attacking game deserved another result. But it’s 3 more points, and that’s what matters in such a competitive league.

    Congrats from Portugal!

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  92. StuWolf says:

    Paulo.

    What do you know of Ruben Vinagre, I think he is an amazing prospect at 18 years old he turned The Millwall defender inside out. Do you know of him.
    Obrigado

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