Better late than never? Wolves travel to London today to face Chelsea. Not an easy task, of course,
but the Londoners have not been so great recently and Wolves got everything to win in a match like
this, so you never know. Jamie O'Hara and Steven Hunt are both missing today because of five yellow
A crappy game with a lousy ending. If it had been a film I would have left before the end or
possibly fallen asleep, but too much was at stake for both Wolves and Everton to open up or give
anything away defensively to the opposition. The fact that all three goals came after dead-ball
Well. They´re finally at it again. It's been a long wait after the win against Wigan that saved
the managements behind and made us fans jump on the bandwagon of hope again. During the
international break many of the Wolves players has made their countries proud, in particular Sam
Vokes and Stephen Ward.
What relief! Mick said that Wolves owed the fans a win and they gave it to us, maybe not with
excellent and convincing skills and play, but with determination, persistence and resilience.
That's o.k. by me, because what mattered today was the three points at stake, nothing more nothing
less. Having said that.
It's a little scary. Not just me but loads of people in and around Wolves, and for that matter
Wigan, believes it's make or break on Sunday. Wigan with seven defeats behind them and we have one
lousy point in the same amount of games. I usually don't write much about previous games between