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Willy Boly injury.
Discussion started by Lupinehowler , 26 October, 2019 15:48
Willy Boly injury.
Lupinehowler 26 October, 2019 15:48
It’s being reported that Boly has been injured in training, possibility of broken ankle or leg.

Re: Willy Boly injury.
Andy Fincher 26 October, 2019 15:54
Some say a break, some say ligament damage and some a dislocation. Either way a massive blow. One player we can't replace.

Re: Willy Boly injury.
essington wolf 26 October, 2019 20:59
Terrible news for boly and wolves. Now confirmed as a broken ankle with more tests to come to see if he needs surgery. We now need someone to step up to the plate to replace him but I think it's almost impossible, it didn't work out to well against Chelsea did it. Whoever it is the fans need to give them their full support but I'm sure they will. Let's start by taking 3 points at the toon Sunday.



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Re: Willy Boly injury.
an angry wolf 26 October, 2019 21:04
Absolutely horrific news and removed any remote chance we had of a long run in either Europe or one of the cups. IMO our most influential player and this changes our seasons aspirations into making sure we dont get drawn into a relegation dogfight

Re: Willy Boly injury.
Ivybridge Wolf 03 November, 2019 14:56
I’m in total agreement, a huge loss for us. Just hope that the trio selected yesterday (+/- Bennett, if fit) keep up on what was a very good performance at Arsenal. Donk got stuck in, made some great defensive blocks and headers , as did Coady whose passing was much closer to that of last season and Saiss doing what he needed to do and contributing well ... as well as his mandatory yellow!

I had a feeling yesterday that Big Willy just might have been most missed up front - With all our crosses and corners going in, I wouldn’t have been surprised to see him get on the end of one of them.



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