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Re: Dingle watch - Anything Wolves
« Reply #6975 on: August 21, 2018, 07:38:38 AM »
Itbhas been amusing seeing their struggles in the first 2 games. Against beatable opposition whi played large parts of the game with 10 men, they have picked up 1 point.

While i've no doubt that they will stay up this year, it does show just how difficult it will be for them to break into the top 4. Their fans have deluded themselves with their owners big talk.
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« Reply #6976 on: August 21, 2018, 08:07:55 AM »
Playing devil's advocate Patricio is at the end of his career. Is Jota any better than Chadli, Phillips or Barnes? Not sure he is. Same goes for Cavaleiro.

I'd love to give them a game. I think it would be more evenly matched than some of you are making out.

The Boly I saw against Everton was useless and I'd rather have Hegazi.



Age is irrelevant, Patricio is still better.

Jota is better than Phillips or Barnes or any of the others you mention. Jota will fetch upwards for £30m (providing he doesn't have a release clause) when he leaves Wolves.

Cavaliero is injury prone, jury is out on him. Costa the same but both very capable players and deserving of a spot in a PL team.

Boly was useless against £50m worth of striker, Hegazi looks scared stiff of second division plodders.

It's all well and good having confidence in our team but regurgitating S***e like this just makes us sound like every Wolves fan for the last decade when they kept saying they were better than us... guess what? They weren't.

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Re: Dingle watch - Anything Wolves
« Reply #6977 on: August 21, 2018, 09:53:35 AM »
Age is irrelevant, Patricio is still better.

Jota is better than Phillips or Barnes or any of the others you mention. Jota will fetch upwards for £30m (providing he doesn't have a release clause) when he leaves Wolves.

Cavaliero is injury prone, jury is out on him. Costa the same but both very capable players and deserving of a spot in a PL team.

Boly was useless against £50m worth of striker, Hegazi looks scared stiff of second division plodders.

It's all well and good having confidence in our team but regurgitating S***e like this just makes us sound like every Wolves fan for the last decade when they kept saying they were better than us... guess what? They weren't.

'On paper' you may well be right.... but we all should know by now football games aren't played on paper.

Confidence, form etc play a massive part.

By looking at them they have a decent enough team, but the biggest issue is how they 'steamed' the championship and expected to do the same to the premier league..   seeing them come crashing back down to reality is nearly as satisfying as seeing us score 7 goals in a game.  ;D

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Re: Dingle watch - Anything Wolves
« Reply #6978 on: August 21, 2018, 10:03:53 AM »
'On paper' you may well be right.... but we all should know by now football games aren't played on paper.

Confidence, form etc play a massive part.

By looking at them they have a decent enough team, but the biggest issue is how they 'steamed' the championship and expected to do the same to the premier league..   seeing them come crashing back down to reality is nearly as satisfying as seeing us score 7 goals in a game.  ;D

Agreed, but we can't take that into account when comparing XI v XI. All the facts and figures from the past 12 months would indicate that they're better than us, at the moment. Things change very quickly and I think they'll soon realise where they fit in the pecking order.

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Re: Dingle watch - Anything Wolves
« Reply #6979 on: August 28, 2018, 06:29:35 PM »
Anyone hear the dingle just on WM? Was making some sort of sense until right at the end. He claimed the manager would turn down Man U, claiming wolves are bigger,

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Re: Dingle watch - Anything Wolves
« Reply #6980 on: August 28, 2018, 07:36:14 PM »
Have to say I'm having real trouble with these deluded dingles. I've got mates who haven't 'wanted to talk about' wolves for about 5 years yet now you can't shut the f****** up. Never have I wanted them to fail more now than in my whole life. They are the ficklest fans in world football. Absolutely hate that club with a passion.
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Re: Dingle watch - Anything Wolves
« Reply #6981 on: August 28, 2018, 08:41:33 PM »
Have to say I'm having real trouble with these deluded dingles. I've got mates who haven't 'wanted to talk about' wolves for about 5 years yet now you can't shut the f****** up. Never have I wanted them to fail more now than in my whole life. They are the ficklest fans in world football. Absolutely hate that club with a passion.
My manager couldn't tell you who they were playing two years ago , got his first ST now. Sickening.
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Re: Dingle watch - Anything Wolves
« Reply #6982 on: August 31, 2018, 11:28:04 PM »
Interesting to see Wolves employing the same model Chelsea, Man City and the Pozzi family fun Watford employ now. 30 plauers have gone out on loan this summer, 18 of which were announced today.

Basically stock piling players and seeing if any generate a profit for them further down the line.
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Re: Dingle watch - Anything Wolves
« Reply #6983 on: September 01, 2018, 05:40:53 PM »
Good win today..but.West ham are dreadful..

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Re: Dingle watch - Anything Wolves
« Reply #6984 on: September 16, 2018, 10:53:59 AM »
Have to say I'm having real trouble with these deluded dingles. I've got mates who haven't 'wanted to talk about' wolves for about 5 years yet now you can't shut the f****** up. Never have I wanted them to fail more now than in my whole life. They are the ficklest fans in world football. Absolutely hate that club with a passion.
If you were born on the day Wolves last won at the Hawthorns you would have just been celebrating your 22nd birthday. If you were born on the day Albion last won at the custard bowl you would have just been celebrating entering year 2 at primary school.
It helps to understand their bitterness.
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Re: Dingle watch - Anything Wolves
« Reply #6985 on: September 16, 2018, 03:38:18 PM »
Another win...Burnley are dreadful..

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Re: Dingle watch - Anything Wolves
« Reply #6986 on: September 16, 2018, 04:58:30 PM »
Fair play to them, they have got two wins and clean sheets against sides they would of fancied, they keep doing that they will be safe.

They play some nice football, assuming they stay up the likes of neves will be off to bigger and better things, thats when their setup will really be tested.

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Re: Dingle watch - Anything Wolves
« Reply #6987 on: September 16, 2018, 05:01:22 PM »
They'll be absolutely fine and then some. As I said previously, can only envy them currently and their owners in comparison to ours.

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Re: Dingle watch - Anything Wolves
« Reply #6988 on: September 16, 2018, 06:34:09 PM »
Real delusional if you think these will ‘do enough to stay up’. They will be mid table possibly top half.
They have owners that have plans and can see them being in Europe soon. I don’t like it either, their fans will be a nightmare for us for next several years. Wish I’d been more vocal to them for last ten years now!
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Re: Dingle watch - Anything Wolves
« Reply #6989 on: September 16, 2018, 07:37:19 PM »
Just heard a wolves fan saying they could get to champions league finish!
Not bothered really,good luck to them anyway

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Re: Dingle watch - Anything Wolves
« Reply #6990 on: September 16, 2018, 07:47:44 PM »
I don't envy them but they seem to have everything we don't at the moment
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Re: Dingle watch - Anything Wolves
« Reply #6991 on: September 16, 2018, 09:55:35 PM »
Not bothered about them to be honest! I'd really love to see all Midlands clubs in the top flight - I'm more disappointed with our own miserable efforts to make a claim as Midlands No, 1 when we were the only West Midlands team up there! what a waste!
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Re: Dingle watch - Anything Wolves
« Reply #6992 on: September 22, 2018, 09:34:10 PM »
I think Wolves, along with Fulham, will have won quite a few neutrals over with their efforts so far. Playing some great stuff, and their big names are delivering.

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Re: Dingle watch - Anything Wolves
« Reply #6993 on: September 29, 2018, 04:44:57 PM »
Going down, apparently  :o #jackoknows

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Re: Dingle watch - Anything Wolves
« Reply #6994 on: September 29, 2018, 06:28:50 PM »
They were always going to be good. A number of shrewd signings, helped massively by their link up with Mendes giving them access to players they would not have been able to get close to had they not had his influence.

Nunez proving to be a good manager either way though, playing some great football.
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Re: Dingle watch - Anything Wolves
« Reply #6995 on: September 29, 2018, 07:35:48 PM »
Going down, apparently  :o #jackoknows
at the same time, they are only one win more than we had this time last year, small margins etc.

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Re: Dingle watch - Anything Wolves
« Reply #6996 on: September 29, 2018, 07:38:19 PM »
at the same time, they are only one win more than we had this time last year, small margins etc.


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Re: Dingle watch - Anything Wolves
« Reply #6997 on: September 30, 2018, 10:37:45 AM »
Don't take much notice of wolves but,they seem to be going along nicely,playing with confidence.

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Re: Dingle watch - Anything Wolves
« Reply #6998 on: October 03, 2018, 08:22:42 AM »
Just can't see Wolves getting relegated, mid table about 11th I reckon. They do need to start scoring more goals though.

For me relegation will be 3 of Cardiff, Newcastle, Southampton, Huddersfield, Brighton and Fulham.
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Re: Dingle watch - Anything Wolves
« Reply #6999 on: October 03, 2018, 05:43:01 PM »
To be fair, they're playing very attractive football and winning matches. They have some real quality in the team too.

Can't see them being anywhere near relegation this season. Next season they may struggle, 2nd season syndrome and all that.

Problem for them could be if they do too well some of their better players would likely leave.