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Re: Match Thread: Wolves vs Crystal Palace
Cheshire wolf 02 January, 2019 21:34
Jonny gets a yellow card for pulling back Townsend.
Four minutes added time to play

Re: Match Thread: Wolves vs Crystal Palace
Cheshire wolf 02 January, 2019 21:35
Great shot from Neves well saved

Re: Match Thread: Wolves vs Crystal Palace
chicagowolf 02 January, 2019 21:35
Quote:
wolverina
Could do with a bit of magic!
Neves blast close but back on the backfoot

Re: Match Thread: Wolves vs Crystal Palace
chicagowolf 02 January, 2019 21:38
0-2 final. Tired and listless. Glad that is done

Re: Match Thread: Wolves vs Crystal Palace
Cheshire wolf 02 January, 2019 21:42
Zaha brought down by Bennet and immediate penalty given

Milojovic scores
Wolves 0 Palace 2

All over. A dreadful game - equalling our performance against H'field. Little idea in midfield or up front. Defence played quite well in the face of a skilful Palace attack. Substitutions brought about little change, except for Neves having our only shot on target of the game.
Referee was poor and only booked our players for some reason.
We deserved nothing from the game and we got what we deserved!! Oh well, only Liverpool and Man City to face in our next two matches!!

Wolves 0 Palace 2

Re: Match Thread: Wolves vs Crystal Palace
wolverina 02 January, 2019 21:48
"Momma said there'd be days like this" - perhaps we save it for the bigger clubs? - oh well as Wolves supporters we are used to a rollercoaster ride!

Re: Match Thread: Wolves vs Crystal Palace
Ivybridge Wolf 02 January, 2019 22:20
So frustrating. Inconsistency appears now to be part and parcel of our season. Superb victories and inexplicable drab defeats.Sad to hear that was on a par with the Huddersfield performance, still not to worry, Liverpool and Manchester City next, so we’ll be alright!

I have no idea how to solve this one at present, hopefully Nuno is scratching his head furiously to address ASAP!

UTW!



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Re: Match Thread: Wolves vs Crystal Palace
Billericay Wolf 02 January, 2019 22:20
Why do we always do this? No matter who the manager is or who the players are, when faced with a game (when we should be full of confidence) to consolidate our position, we bottle it.

Re: Match Thread: Wolves vs Crystal Palace
Cheshire wolf 02 January, 2019 23:08
It has to be said that Pa;ace have played better away from home this season, and they presented quite a threat upfront throughout the game. This was never going to be an easy three points for us, but we should have done better.
Personally I fail to understand the notion of playing Moutinho and Saiss in midfield and leaving Neves out for the second time in three matches - his passing was sadly missed tonight.

Re: Match Thread: Wolves vs Crystal Palace
Lupinehowler 03 January, 2019 10:40
Really disappointing, playing at home should give us an advantage and yet despite full crowd support, no injuries to speak of and playing against one of the weaker teams in the league we underperform once again. So frustrating to see such a lack of flair and invention from players who surely could bring some invention to their play. I begin to wonder if some players are overly shackled by the “system” of play we seem to stick to so rigidly.

Re: Match Thread: Wolves vs Crystal Palace
chicagowolf 03 January, 2019 17:35
One piece of good news; neither Nuno nor Neves would seem to be off to Old Trafford anytime soon.
However this was a bit drab, and mirrored Cardiff and, even worse, Huddersfield. Only Man U and Liverpool seem to have come through the Christmas time unscathed. All of the managers complain about too many games, so maybe they have a point? Anyway, onward and, hopefully, upward.

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