It’s been said that revenge is a dish best served cold.
But there was nothing frosty about Wolves’ performance today, as they banished those anguished memories of Wembley in some style.
The result was unfamiliar, given our prior failings against the Hornets, but its architects certainly weren’t.
Raul and Jota’s double act has arguably been the highlight of this magical season, and they weaved their magic once again to decide this well-contested fixture.
For the former, it must have been so sweet.
Mocked by Watford’s fans and ungracious captain after his mask celebration, he once again showed his class today with a well-taken strike.
Interestingly enough, his partner and family were sat just a few seats down from me.
It was a delight to see the look on her face as she watched the away end sing her beau’s name with such gusto.
Sandwiched in between that goal and the winner was an entirely preventable Watford equaliser.
Ryan Bennett marred an otherwise solid performance with an uncharacteristic error which local boy Andre Gary capitalised on.
Credit to Watford, they’re a very good side and had plenty of the ball over the course of the game.
But Wolves seemed more street smart this afternoon, and the home side ultimately did little to test Rui Patricio.
What the opposition has in talent, they lack in grace and it was just deserts for the gloating Ben Foster when man of the moment Diogo Jota tucked the ball past him.
With goalkeeping befitting of a car lot air dancer, the ex-Albion man failed to claim Ruben Neves’ ingenious cross and a perfect away day was sealed.
Wolves should have had more, the referee somehow failing to award a penalty after a horrendous tackle on Jota.
It mattered little though, with the win and possibly a European place sealed.
Just typing that feels surreal, in just two seasons Nuno has taken us from Championship also-rans to one of the Premier League’s top sides.
Where we go from here is anyone’s guess, but like all of you, I’m looking forward to the ride.
We CAN win in white then!
Another brilliant three points for Nuno’s men, and a monkey off our backs by sticking it to Watford on their home turf.
I can’t help feeling that a few chickens came home to roost and just a little bit of justice was seen to be done here.
There is a great song by The Plastic Ono Band called ‘Instant Karma’.
I’ve got the first pressing 45rpm vinyl.
On the label it says in large capital letters:-
It was written by John Lennon…
…For Ben Foster.
Well that result oh so sweet. Wolves fans in full voice all game, couldn’t hear the home fans at all very poor.
Loved watching Foster caught in no mans land for Jota’s excellent finish.
Let’s get 7th secured against Fulham and then enjoy watching Watford get battered in the Final!
Bring on Europe…
I am delerious with joy that Foster fucked it up. The smug bastard. Any way Watford will be little more than an annoying fly to us in the months and years to come. Like Bolton they are currently an annoying piece of shite on the bottom of your Addidas trainers. But will soon be gone to the Wilderness. ?
Note to Benjamin Fostrop
WO1VE2 in 7th place
WA1FO2D not in 7th place
I reckon having considered all options that Wolves in Europe is better than Watford being spanked 0:6 by Cithe in the final.
Also just a pity that cheating blue nose ass-wipe had been banned to miss that.
Maybe we could send him a Raul mask so he can go out at night & Cheesies cat could deliver it pre-fouled
Great win and deserved. Not a lot in it but we didn’t expect anything different.
Good character to regroup after Bennett’s mistake and hang in there when Watford pressed in the aftermath.
In Jota I feel we possessed the outstanding talent and so it proved with the goals, albeit with a helping flap from Foster.
Looking forward to next Saturday and giving the lads a Molineux send off that they richly deserved.
It’s been a great season.
Great TEAM effort by the lads, no one dropped below a 9 out of 10 even Ryan Bennett who more than made up for his backpass with an all round great performance.
Europe next year? Looks more likely with every game!
So, white strip hoodoo put out to pasture.
Up to 7th with Nuno saying, “let’s do it for the fans against Flum” can’t wait.
The scene is set for an absolute cracker against Liverpool.
Imagine if they pick up the title on that day and we didn’t have to worry as we were already secure in 7th.
How the feck can 2100 fans drown out 20363 so emphatically.
If Fosun’s words are true, finishing 7th would possibly give us Europa league next year. By my understanding that now puts us 2 years ahead of their plan.
Song of the day:-
Where’s your ugly?
Where’s your ugly?
Where’s your ugly No 9?
I voted to leave Europe.
I’d rather anyone won the title than those murdering Scouse bastards
Which ‘Murdering Scouse bastards’ are you talking about Gollo?
Stu, sorry we didn’t meet. In from New york for my 40 as you know.
What a present. Big shout to the boys in the way end , made me so proud .i could only get in the home end.
Stu, sorry we didn’t meet. In from New york for my 40 as you know.
What a present. Big shout to the boys in the way end , made me so proud .i could only get in the home end.
Great game. Diogo rescues us again. I thought Raul wasn’t allowed to use the mask in a Premier League game but he seems to think it is OK and that he would have used it again today.
(Anyway, for those of you who keep complaining about how negative I am, remember your comments at the beginning of the season. Many of you would have been happy to be in Southampton’s or Brighton’s position and merely stay up, assuming Brighton stay up.
Still think that would have been a good season, considering what actually occurred? Doesn’t hoping for 17th look negative now?)
You need a reality check as well as a check back in the blog archives, specifically July of last year.
You had several blogs that were incredibly negative re signing Mountinho.
Hasn’t been a bad player so far, has he?
Still, at least you are consistent, Tim.
100% ’negative all the time.
Must be the snow or something in Canada.
What part of predicting that we would finish in 5th place this season is negative?
What did I say negative about Moutinho? That he might be getting too old to play 90 minutes? It was a possibility.
I think you need to re-read a lot of the early season blogs.
No one “wanted” to finish 17th but getting the 40 points was (& correctly IMO) the first priority before kicking on to achieve what has been achieved thus far.
I reckon you need to lay off the Maple Syrup
I distinctly remember people writing that they would be happy with survival.
“It’s our first year back and we need to consolidate. ” “Most teams who go up go straight back down so survival this season is the main goal.”
Bunch of negative thinking, like we were a team of Championship journeyman who just happened to click, instead of a team of players who played in the top leagues of Europe.
Bloody hell. We’re having the best season any of us still able to eat without dribbling can remember and yet we can still find a crumb to argue over.
This is definitely the Wolves supporters disease.
Just enjoy the ride while we can.
Great result and what goes around comes around ask Man Utd fans……years of taunting City and now look at them Olies wheels have well and truely come off.
It just goes to show lack of grace and integrity will always come back to bit you .!
Well done Nuno and the boys and the 12th man….incredible as always.
P.S really hope Ajax beat Spurs Cruyff was my hero growing up and did you know nearly signed for Wolves in 1979 took a tour round Molineux Express & Star even took a picture……if only…!
Foster on MOTD:
“It was windy….”
“He lumped one into the middle…” (“He” being Neves the like of which I doubt he has ever been on the same pitch as before)
“Anyway, we shouldn’t be letting players run into the box like that without being picked up”
So a lucky goal then that his defenders should have prevented then.
Good to know that he is utterly blameless.
I should have added that he had an opportunity there to show some real class and rise above all the mud slingers from both sides.
But he missed that one as well.
Even more remiss was that I did not say “Great write up by Ben”, sorry.
Just watched MOTD and it appears that Benjamin (calamitous) Flosta was upset with Jota’s goal because of the wind.
Well farty fosta, you could have single handedly given away 7th place for your whorenets.
Was a bit windy tho wor it. It caused interference with my black and white Telly. I doe think they have wind in Watford. Unless Elton John has a massive fart when he gets up in a morning.
Elton John IS a massive fart when he gets up in the morning!
BTW, Monaco has gone from 2nd place last year to 16th as of now this season.
Do you think Moutinho is happy to be playing in Wolverhampton now?
Terrific stuff from the boys which could well have cemented our ‘Best of the Rest’ position. And frankly, I feel we are now better than some of the top six, despite their points totals.
This was a performance which displayed skill and incredible togetherness. After we took the lead for the second time, our players showed a grim, steely determination not to succumb and they saw it through with aplomb.
Watching over the interweb, the fans today were magnificent and scarcely a peep was heard from the home support. And no wonder. As Wolves fans in this golden age, we have a helluva lot to shout about.
Just as Troy Deeney is proper ugly we now have confirmation, if it were needed, that Ben Foster is pig ignorant.
Whilst everyone else was drooling over King Ruben’s dipping and swerving 40 yard pinpoint pass to Diogo’s foot for the winning goal Foster said “Well it was just a big lump to be honest”.
No Ben it wasn’t – and neither are you being honest. You are being silly, pathetic and small minded which to be fair isn’t that surprising because that’s what you are.
Fabulous day out once again amongst the brilliant Barmy Army. We sang all the way back to the car – Si Senor, give the ball to Raul and he will score.
The Magnificent Seven have arrived!
See you all at the Novotel next Saturday.
Oh and in the concourse inside the ground before kick off I met and shook hands with the great Phil Parkes.
We can all shake his hand next week Bedders, looking forward to seeing you there.
Cheers Witley. Looking forward to seeing you again next week too. Hey it wasn’t you who disliked my post was it? Someone has though no idea why – unless it was Ben ‘pig ignorant’ Foster! 😉
P.S. In case you’ve forgotten what I look like I’m the devishly suave and handsome one on the right.
It was probably Canadian Tim
Wasn’t me. Maybe Troy or Ben.
The only “Big Lump” was between the sticks for Watford
And another one sitting in the stand.
I think that you are insulting all the lumps out there.
A great result teeing up the Fulham game perfectly . Would be so great to go to Anfield safe in 7 th .
My favourite moment though was Nuno keeping keeping Jota on until the very last minute . That shows he knows he blundered at Wembley taking him off too early and that he like the rest of the team are learning from their mistakes . Good for him and for all us fans .
What is the definition of apathetic?
A ground capacity of just over 21000, and it does not fill, even when your team is in the cup final and fighting for 7 th place in the best league in the world.
Forward progress is unachievable and unsustainable, stagnation and relegation next year a forgone conclusion.
And no more than this little Sunday League outfit deserve, if they employ thugs like deenie and morons like foster, and their fans cannot be bothered to turn up, nor sell their full Wembley semi final allocation.
A thoroughly deserved victory, once again good versus anti football.
Pleased for Jimmy Nez, who has been on a goal drought since we last played them, all of three games!!!
And the neatest thing of all?
I now have Mexicans who I work with, calling and telling me “ Raul, he score again”
Wolves certainly on the world stage, at least here in the capital city of Mexico, ……….Houston, Texas!!!
And what do you call a Mexican quarterback?
I can’t wait to meet Phil Parkes next week and see if he remembers the time I stopped a punch up between him and a fellow art college student called Alan Shutt at the Club Lafayette.
I expect he will. Alan was off his head on several types of substance and calling all footballers ‘Raging poofs’.
You couldn’t get away with it now…
…all those drugs.
And Phil was just… very angry.
Having just watched the highlights on Sky Ben Foster is correct!
How dare Neves produce such a sublime pass from 2/3s down the pitch to land perfectly at Jotas feet allowing him to hit the back of the net! How dare Wolves make him look stupid by said pass & goal. Oh & obviously how dare the wind blow!!! The poor little lamb must be more protected by his defenders & the opposition must tell him when they plan to score!
What a knob!!!!!
Great write up Ben (our Ben) thank you.
Fantastic game Wolves & if I get dislikes for this I don’t really care!
The giveaway for me, Border, of Ruben’s intent is the way he stops straight after he plays it and admires his handiwork. He always does it, when he knows he’s hit it right on the money.
I agree. The lad is just pure class!
Well said Border, tell it like it is just like your step father taught you
Too right!!!! I wasn’t taught to mince words!!
Nothing lucky about yesterday. Watford packed the midfield, pressed us high (extracting one big mistake by doing so) and kicked the living sh*t out of our men for 90 minutes. The Wolves of Autumn 2018 might have crumbled.
So a big, character-building result. A bigger milestone than our mid-week dismantling of Arsenal’s cardboard defence.
Who is Ben Foster?
Well done to the lads against a very good Watford team.It’s particularly nice to see Neves and Jonny again attaining the heights after, for them, a quiet period. Can’t believe I actually got the score correct; first time this season. At this time in my life; old fart; it is simply wonderful to see our younger fans experiencing the feelings we enjoyed in the fifties. Long may it last, but, with football you never know, so enjoy every high to the maximum and remember every second; great times!
I must admit that I thought it was a tall order to finish 7th and qualify for Europe after the Brighton draw, especially with Liverpool last day of the season. Amazing that only two games later we can more than likely secure 7th by beating Fulham. What a position to be in.
After what happened at Wembley and v Southampton and Brighton, the season could have easily drifted away. Credit to Nuno, the staff and the lads for not allowing that to happen. Walking out of Wembley, I said finishing 7th and getting into Europe would go some way to making up for the obvious disappointment.
Of course it’s nice to gain revenge, but I’m also glad that in such an evenly matched encounter, we kept our heads, managed the game well and made sure it was us coming away with the win.
I’m sure a few of us are now frantically checking the expiry date on our passports…
Is that an Irish passport Paddy?
Just watched the highlights again, and for me, the second goal was goal of the season.
An inch perfect pass from fully 40 yards, in swirly wind conditions, and an exquisite side footed volley.
Absolutely fuckin’ brilliant!!
I really hope Citeh smash them and their apparently posh fans. Who seem to think Wolverhampton is some kind of throw back to the days of the cotton mills. Well I am having none of it. I have got an inside toilet. I have just installed a colour TV . I have a bathtub connected to the plumbing. My coalshed has a roof on it and I am able to send swift messages via a very clever homing pigeon called Steve who is quicker than a text message. And knows how to get around the Black Country without being poisoned by industrial smog. So fuck off Tarquin .Enjoy your Latin lessons at Harrow.
Amo, amas, amant, amamus, amatis, amant. Or something like that.
Good evening Tarquin. Jolly hockey sticks. See ya next wik Clive. Few beers ay it.
It wernt me incognito as Tarquin
We have a Spaniard in the works!!
Dictum est mysterium.
You keep your dictum in your pantum!
We can be nothing but proud and smug about our team as we continue to defy the odds in our first season back. We performed really well on Saturday and the goals were all about quality. What a great lump up the field from Neves…. Foster didn’t half let himself down again when faced with the media, cheapening a wonderful piece of skill that set up the winner. Everyone who was there and cheered the lads on deserves massive credit too. It sounded like a home game at the mol on the radio! Best away support in the league.
With everything negative that’s going on at Arsenal, Man U and Chelsea, I feel the gap between us and 4th place isn’t as big as many would suggest.
All three above mentioned clubs need restructuring player wise, the men in charge lumbered with ageing and expensive squads. I think the main question is, do they get the most out of the players at their disposal? You could argue that Nuno is only bettered in improving players by Klopp and Pep. Jota has improved at an alarming rate since a slow start to the season. Jiménez is another example, who arrived with a not so flattering goal record, yet has in his first season in the premier broken records for most goals. Doherty is another player transformed under Nuno’s tutelage. It’s not a coincidence. Just look at what Pep did with one of the most frustrating finishers in the league…. Sterling. You’ve either got it or you ain’t, and I believe Nuno has what it takes to lead us to the top.
European football I hear you say. Oh yes please. Who knows, maybe we’ll meet Man U and give them another good drubbing. Let’s dream big! UTW
Nuno out. Until he apologises to the journalists he offended recently, I shall be wanting this man out.
I can’t believe that someone can come on this blog and call the whole of Liverpool “Murdering bastards” (Gollo earlier today) and get away with no comments and only 4 dislikes, one of those from me!
I immediately sent an email to Thomas informing him of the post and asking for its deletion but as of 12 hours later it is still there and no response from anyone.
I’m quite broad minded and love a joke but I find this xenophobic attitude disgusting and very offensive and so must the good people of Liverpool.
Surely there is no room on this blog for such bile??
I entirely agree with you mate.
I make a point of not hitting dislike on any comment on the blog because it’s a bit of a cowardly way of doing things in my opinion.
If you disagree with something, at least have the balls to do it openly.
But I only recently read that comment and it is totally unacceptable in my view!
Thanks for your backing Doog……thought I was on my own!!
You’re not on your own; most fans I come across are decent human beings who don’t generalise and demonise a whole set of people in such a way. In my experience people all over the world and in our country are much the same; most are kind and decent but some are just plain nasty in their treatment of ‘others’; football fans just reflect this sadly. Mob mentality and scapegoating are no strangers to competitive sport.
I back you mate …. comments like that on this professional forum are gutter and not worthy…
Thanks pal, hope you have got over the jet lag, hope to see you on Sat.
What did you just say…..
See you this weekend mate….
Lowves, your completely right. Looking at the time stamps and dates it looks like a direct reply, rather than choosing to comment at the bottom of the blog. It’s why I missed it anyway, as I’m sure it wasn’t there when I read Stu’s post on 27th. Proves that we all have a part to play in rooting out these ignorant views and standing up for whats right in football. We all have our views about certain disliked clubs, but in this case ignorance should not be tolerated. I agree the post should at least be removed (if possible) from this blog, but whoever it is should never be allowed on stage to spout these kinds of hateful and inflammatory remarks.
This blog should continue to welcome supporters of all clubs to comment, as we are a part of a bigger family of football fans, not just a closed off wolves only zone. But these types of ill conceived ones liners should never see the light of day, and the people responsible educated on how to treat their fellow human beings.
Ditto my answer to Doog Dom thanks for the backing pal.
I have to be honest & say that I hadn’t actually noticed that post! Having now read it I completely agree with you.
It’s uncalled for & that attitude has no place in football.
No place at all border!!
Just want to add my support to all the above. No room IMO for any sort of prejudice. And political comment avoided as it always is. We’re about football on which informed comment is always welcome, even from Sandwell.
Ignorance, pure and simple. No room on the blog for this type pf prejudice.
Can’t for the life of me work out who’s the more ignorant in Watford. That big thick lump of a captain or that big thick lump between the sticks.
I cleaned up nicely with my two bets. Wolves to win and ditto with both teams to score. Did the same with Arsenal. Shame we didn’t get the blatant penalty at the end at Watford to give me my 3-1 prediction on this blog. I’m also closing in on my preseason prediction bets of top team in Midlands and 15 league goals for a Wolves player.
Nice to see that Arsenal have lost three in a row and have let in three in each game.
Can’t see them making any finals this year, somehow
It’s not mate.
With a name like mine (Paddy Day) and ginger hair etc you’d think I’m full Irish, but only a quarter. Mind you, I keep saying about getting an Irish passport as I’m eligible.
My boys are also a quarter Irish and one of my nephews has now got his Irish passport. Beautiful Island.
Only a quarter? Some of us are officially 47% Irish as per my recent Ancestry DNA test. 😉
My paternal granddad was Irish and my maternal grandmother was Chinese, am I Corkasian?
Hopping from one foot to the other as Saturday approaches and with it the experience of Molineux delirium
I’m taking Nuno at his word that he wants to win well vs Fulham. Then I hope the squad will Stay on the pitch and walk all around ( a bad omission last year ) so we can all pay homage to a fabulous team, a wonderful season and a truly exciting future
Hoping to see many bloggers at the bash…
Rather ridiculous question but would anyone rate winning The Europa Cup over the FA cup? I think I might.
One gets you entry into the Champions League and the other into the Europa League. I think we can therefore all work out the answer. Back to my Latin lessons.
I intended an emotional response Tarquin rather than a snappy answer stating the well known qualification benefits. Rather as Liverpool supporters in the main prefer winning the EPL to the Champions League
Snappy comes with having to do monotonous Latin verb declinations, so apologies. Cheesie’s fault for abusing me so earlier on. Another snappy response is that Liverpool supporters, in the main, have forgotten what it’s like to win the league.
Exactly my point Tarquin now off you go back to your Latin declination.
I did Latin getting 1% in my first exam – for spelling my name correctly. Educationally downhill ever since.
I am sure it is merely a minor lapse, but remember that verbs are conjugated and nouns are declined. Nil desperandum.
That’s why I’m still skooling at Latin. III. V. MMXIX.
Breaking team news seems to be that Traore is not in Nuno’s plans for next season. Maybe StuWolf knows?
I have to hold my hand up and say I was wrong about Traore. He may have torn championship defences (including ours) to shreds but he can’t do it in the PL. Let him go back to Boro on loan and hope he can rediscover his form. Mind you, if Boro somehow make it to the PL this season they probably won’t be interested.
Nuno hasn’t started thinking of next year yet so I think you are getting false information.
Nice to know that you have such a close relationship with Nuno, Tim.
I don’t. I just go by what he says every single press conference.
Don’t be a silly billy ( or Timmy). Surely you know he speaketh with forked tongue. Top poker players don’t reveal their hands!
Car Lot Air Dancer.
Caught the game via a French channel, which was good because I am not keen on the usual commentary on footie matches. The teams were evenly matched but we have Jota, Neves and Jim, not forgetting that wind that poor Ben misjudged, even the punters on MOTD took the pee out of him.
Glad to say my recent, well most of them really, predictions have been way off the mark.
We are finishing the season in style, and boy we have a lot of style.
Leo Bonatini as a Wolves #10. Discuss.
He’s definitely not staying at Forest. Well, probably definitely.
Yeah, I know. Just read an article about him and thought maybe he can be used differently. Probably time for him to move on but thinking outside the box is what I’m all about.
Over to you, Nuno.
All Nuno’s interested in is Fulham Tim. As you well know.
I was going to follow up with a post about waiting but I would have got some heat.
Good to see some people are reading my posts before down arrowing.
I am sure that folks on this blog will have been delighted to have welcomed our Albion friends comments should they have seen fit after they beat us 5-1 . I am equally sure that had such comments have been posted they would have been considered , fair and reasonable.
First, Mr. Stilton, you have been chastised before on this blog for bad language, so please, no more A…. words.
Second, methinks thy tongue is definitely in thy cheek with thy comment above!
See ya Satday
Yeah see ya Saturday Clive. You like me are Black Country born and bred. You should have seen the reaction on Facebook Twitter etc from the Albion fans when we lost in the FA cup final. It wasn’t pretty. If anyone thinks I am gonna cost up to the Sandwell twats they can knob off.
Semi final obviously
Saturday’s result was uplifting to say the least and giving Fulham a damn good thrashing is equally important as they have been nothing but a pain in arse for quite a few seasons now.
Foster and his stupidity just makes you piss your pants doesn’t it.
Securing seventh is very important .
It shows that lot below us how good we have been and frightens the crap out of those above as to what is to come next season.
Watford ! I’m with Clive on that lot …..they ain’t goin no where.
I see the vile idiots have taken their shirts back out of the bin and will be conquering europe within two seasons …. apparently.!
What do they put in that lager in Aston. Essence of delusions of grandeur.!
The over achievers from sandwell have scraped through and hopefully will kick seven bells out of baby grealish in the play offs.
That should teach him to wear shin pads.
Meanwhile they can jealously stare up at Wolverhampton wanderers THE real pride of the midlands .
We can say that that with honesty and integrity because we are THE PRIDE OF THE MIDLANDS .
No longer living in the past as they do because we know where our future lies .
We no longer live in hope as they do.
We no longer rely on luck as they do.
Everything is in place and THEY all know it.
Yes shadow dwellers be afraid ! Be very afraid !
One of you two may have to play us twice next season .
And I can’t wait .
WE’VE GOT NEVES RUBEN NEVES WE’VE GOT JOTA DIOGO JOTA WE’VE GOT JIMENEZ RAUL JIMENEZ.
I COULD GO ON,,,,, COULDN’T I.
But I just don’t think they’d understand
They’ll all understand when Leeds fall apart again as Derby beat them in the playoffs before conquering the winner of the Witton/ Handsworth game at Wembley. Come on Frankie’s boys. That’ll be a nice trip and double for us next season.
I’m glad I’m not the only one getting seriously peed off with the vile fans this season!
Y’all will be pleased to know I shall be in the Novotel Bar on Friday evening/night and will gladly accept offers of alcoholic refreshment!!
What room? ? ?
I am only answering that if you are female.
Will you be at the Novotel prematch so we can pick up our tickets?
If not, where do you want to meet?
Be there about 11am – 12pm on Saturday.
Can pop them over on Friday evening if you need me to.
Either will be fine mate.
We’ll be there Friday, trying to avoid Clive.
What time of the day is the blogger’s ball? Maybe I can Skype in, since I seem to be so in demand. 🙂
I thought you would be there mate, so you could meet your chum Clive.
Just between you and me, I don’t think he likes me.
How do you castrate a West Bromwich Albion fan? Kick his sister in the mouth……
There you go with the bad language again!!
No bad language. Just a snapshot of reality in the Sandwell suburbs.
We all know what goes on in their slums, it’s the words you use beginning with w,b, and a I take offense to!!!!
See ya Saturday. Mite be about Fri nite yet. Will see.
Goody gum drops!!
Safe journey Clive see you Saturday, let the good times roll.
I understand we’ll be having a celebrity from across the pond gracing Molineux with his presence on Saturday.
He’s a hard fighting man with a reputation for his high flying style and awe inspiring acrobatics.
Well, that’s enough about Clive…
…I think there’s some wrestler going to be there too.
As usual, I’m too late to the blog to add anything that hasn’t yet been said. 🙂
I can’t believe we’re virtually at the end of the season, and what a season it’s been! I knew we could beat Watford, cos we’d already done it in the semi, other than for a fluke, last-second, unfortunate event when we were robbed! 🙂
But now we can beat Fulham to clinch seventh spot, and grace Europe for the first time since the seventies when City lift the FA Cup. A better season we could have hardly dreamed of!
Wish I could be with all of you after the Fulham game to celebrate! I can’t wait to see the usual DOOGooder video of the shenanigans that will no doubt ensue.
Have a great time!
Nice one GW…. he’s a clever man is the DOOGooder and his videos are ‘X’ rated….
Don’t apologise for not making it mate…. there will come a day…..!
Are you living in California?
He’s in San Diego!!!
Ha ha, you guys seem to have found me. 🙂
See you all one day!
The media are having orgasms over Messi’s free kick last night. Help me out here but have I not seen it’s equal somewhere before?
Clive has checked in to the Novotel
Don’t drink all the beer.
Save some for us.
Hiya mate… hope you had a good journey over.
We’ll be in the Novotel for about 11am on Saturday so looking forward to seeing you and the other Blogging guests……
Soz folks. Bloke on gate won’t let me in Novotel as I am not a guest. Management saying ‘guests only’ in bar apparently. Gon in to the town for a beer.