Chris Iwelumo

Watford

Football Team Lineup for Watford v Brighton at Vicarage Road Stadium on September 18, 2012, 7:45 pm

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Playing at Vicarage Road Stadium English League Championship Home Team Watford Keeper Manuel Almunia Midfield Mark Yeates; Jonathan Hogg; Almen Abdi; Forwards Fernando Martin Forestieri; Chris Iwelumo; Matej Vydra; Defense Marco Cassetti; Sergio Piccoli Neuton; Nyron Nosworthy; Daniel Pudil; Subs Away Team Brighton Keeper [.

Results for Watford ( 2 – 0 ) Birmingham at Vicarage Road Stadium on August 25, 2012, 5:20 pm

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Match just over at Vicarage Road Stadium English League Championship Home Team Watford Goals & Scorers 17′: Matej Vydra;3′: penalty Almen Abdi; Keeper Manuel Almunia Midfield Mark Yeates; Jonathan Hogg; Almen Abdi; Forwards Chris Iwelumo; Matej Vydra; Sean Murray; Defense Daniel Pudil; Lloyd Doyley; Martin Taylor; Nyron [.

Norway

Don’t Worry, Rob Earnshaw – Chris Iwelumo’s Miss Will Always Be Worse (Video)

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By Alan Duffy

Rob Earnshaw's hideous miss against England on Monday evening may well find itself popping up in the nightmares of both the player himself and Welsh football fans over the coming weeks and months.

However, the veteran striker can at least console himself by watching Scotland man Chris Iwelumo's even more shocking miss against Norway back in 2008.

2010 World Cup: Miss

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Nigeria's Yakubu Ayegbeni earned a certain infamy this evening when he somehow contrived to pull of the worst miss of the 2010 World Cup against South Korea. One of those moments when it really did seem easier to score. Some talk on Twitter of it being even worse than Chris Iwelumo's effort against Norway.

English Premier League

The Twohundredpercent Pre-Season Predictions: The Championship

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With the division in general overviewed by Ian yesterday, it's time for the final of the three official twohundredpercent Football League pre-season previews. For those that haven't seen the other previews, we've gone about them slightly differently this season. With the transfer window affecting some managers psychologically to the point that they build their team by the end of the transfer window, rather than the start of the season, predicting how it all ends up before teams have finalised their squads is tricky.

The Twohundredpercent Pre-Season Predictions: The Championship

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With the division in general overviewed by Ian yesterday, it's time for the final of the three official twohundredpercent Football League pre-season previews. For those that haven't seen the other previews, we've gone about them slightly differently this season. With the transfer window affecting some managers psychologically to the point that they build their team by the end of the transfer window, rather than the start of the season, predicting how it all ends up before teams have finalised their squads is tricky.

Bristol City Suffer Record Losses, David James To Head Exodus

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By Chris Wright

Bristol City may be forced into to offloading their highest earners in January after posting record losses of £11.8 million for last year, almost double the then-record shortfall of £6.5 million announced 12 months earlier.

Manager Keith Millen has been told that he will need to reduce the club's spiralling wage bill with former England goalkeeper David James reportedly being amongst the first to be sold on once the market opens up again come the turn of the year.

Arsenal Starlet Jack Wilshere Targetted by Middlesbrough

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New Middlesbrough manager Gordon Strachan may have slipped up on his first day in charge of the Riverside Stadium outfit, by inadvertedly revealing a list of transfer targets.

premier league team news and predictions gameweek 5

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Blackburn v. Wolves Team news: Good news for Blackburn, Australian Brett Emerton is back in contention after a thigh injury, Franco Di Santo and Ryan Nelsen passed fit. Although, Steven Reid is still sidelined with an ankle problem. Wolves will be without Sylvan Ebanks-Blake (hamstring), Micheal Kightly (broken metatarsal), Chris Iwelumo (also out with broken metatarsal) and Kevin [.

Premier League Preview Number 16: Wolverhampton Wanderers

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Wolverhampton Wanderers Biggest Ins: Marcus Hahnemann, even in reserve, is an experienced goal keeper who will help the young crop Mick McCarthy has. Kevin Doyle is a good depth purchase up top while Greg Halford is a good right sided box to...

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The Review: Perth Glory and Wolverhampton Wanderers

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by Usman Azad, Football Perth Editor

FOOTBALL PERTH takes a look back at some of the memorable and no-sot-memorable points of the Perth Glory versus Wolverhampton Wanderers friendly on Friday.


Promising result from both teams
Perth Glory and Wolves can take plenty of positives from the game.

Opinion

Back to Basics

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The immortal phrase "they think it's all over now" certainly passed my lips when Barry, at fault for the third goal, slipped up to allow Ozil to pass him on his way to the touchline. When the ball was fired across the area, Mueller was left with a simple tap-in that even Chris Iwelumo could [...]

Footballsup Heroes No. 3 – Arthur Wharton

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Weve had Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Ronaldo (not 'had' had that would be weird) the next in our heroes series is Arthur Wharton. 'Who?' I hear you cry. Read on...

Looks cool doesn't he?

But who is he?

That, my friends, is Arthur Wharton. The first black professional footballer EVER.

Wolves

Thank You Big Chris!

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Big Chris Iwelumo is leaving Wolves for Burnley. It is reported that the relegated club has paid half a million pounds for him. Chris Iwelumo was one of Wolves most important players when the club managed to win the Championship the season before last. He deserved all the credit and recognition he got for that [.

Blue discipline grinds Wolves into the ground

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Sometimes a 3-0 win is more satisfying than a 7-0 drubbing.

A 3-0 win can speak of a controlled and disciplined performance, an efficient despatching of a team that (unlike in a 7-0 scenario) has not completely lost its head but has tried its utmost to defeat you, and yet has still been beaten comprehensively.

Chris Iwelumo and Sylan Ebanks Blake - wolves’ duo always hungry for goals

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They are the best attacking duo this season in Coca Cola Championship. They are playing with the leading team who is with six points of advantage in front of Birmingham City and who is a dominant side this half-season. Two of them scored the total of 25 goals of 45 the entire team scored. They [...]

mick mccarthy

ESPN’s Game of the Week: Wolves v Aston Villa

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Wolves will host Aston Villa this week at the Molineux this Saturday on ESPN2 (for all of you US viewers) in what should prove to be a hard fought match between two local rivals. This big derby match-up will aim to please a near-capacity crowd that will be flooding into the Molineux.

Wolves

Team News:

  • Manager Mick McCarthy will be hoping his team shuts down Richard Dunne as he tried to sign him over the summer.

Ronald muscles in as Wolves raise the bar

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One game down, one victory secured, one bad injury - and we're still no clearer knowing which team Mick McCarthy will send out on Saturday August 15.

I think there are five certainties for McCarthy's line-up against West Ham - Kevin Foley, George Elokobi, Michael Kightly, Sylvan Ebanks-Blake and Kevin Doyle.

Ronald muscles in as Wolves raise the bar

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One game down, one victory secured, one bad injury - and we're still no clearer knowing which team Mick McCarthy will send out on Saturday August 15.

I think there are five certainties for McCarthy's line-up against West Ham - Kevin Foley, George Elokobi, Michael Kightly, Sylvan Ebanks-Blake and Kevin Doyle.

Were Campbell's ears burning?

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After all the exciting transfer rumours following our title-winning promotion to the Premier League, finally a fact.

Mick McCarthy has confirmed he's been talking to Sir Alex Ferguson.

But where does that leave us? In reality, precisely no further forward in trying to second guess the transfer activity of McCarthy, Morgan and Moxey.

Were Campbell's ears burning?

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After all the exciting transfer rumours following our title-winning promotion to the Premier League, finally a fact.

Mick McCarthy has confirmed he's been talking to Sir Alex Ferguson.

But where does that leave us? In reality, precisely no further forward in trying to second guess the transfer activity of McCarthy, Morgan and Moxey.

Scotland

Norway v Scotland Preview (or 'The art of self-destruction')

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Written by Seb Gevers

When George Burley took over at the helm of the Scottish national side, he knew the scale of the task ahead of him. He knew, because history tells its own story. Scotland, a team forever on the edge of qualification. Scotland, a team forever on the edge of the next round.

Iwelumo to miss start of season

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Chris Iwelumo was hoping to make his comeback from injury in time to take his spot in the Wolves team for the start of the season and to take part in Scotland's World Cup qualifiers but the striker looks like missing the first two months of the season as a ...

Iwelumo hopes for Scotland return

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The next World Cup qualifier for Scotland is against Norway on the 12th of August and Chris Iwelumo wants to be part of the action but his recent surgery on a metatarsal injury picked up in a pre-season friendly against Perth Glory may rule the striker out. "I'll do whatever I ...

The Boyd Done Bad

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5pm last Saturday. George Burley is being hailed by the press for the double substitution that led to Chris Iwelumo's debut goal, the winning goal. Somewhere in a darkened corner of Hampden Kris Boyd decides to turn his back on his national team. Nobody cares. One moment of inexplicable madness can, of course, change a lot of things.

Dollop of Schadenfreude: Sitter Misses

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Dear Chris Iwelumo, Feel better soon, it could've been worse (even though it was out of your hands). Love, The Offside

Scotland’s Missed Chance At Hampden Park

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Chris Iwelumo’s shocking miss for Scotland against Norway

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Norway did you miss that! You know it is a bad miss when the culprit looks on in shock as the ball misses the target. This is exactly what Scotland striker Chris Iwelumo is doing in this photograph. He had a gilt-edged chance to score the winning goal against Norway on his international debut. But [.

Iwelumo & Scotland Struck Down By Karma

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This is going to go down as one of the worst sitter misses in recent history. You could even argue it was harder to miss the target than hit it. But while all of Scotland is up in arms, you'll also notice the flag never went up with Chris Iwelumo clearly offside (albeit slightly). [...]

How the f*ck did he miss that?

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Chris Iwelumo somehow misses an open goal for Scotland :


The Rest

QPR's Christian Nanetti Exits the Club...Warnock and Mackie Manager/Player of Month Nominations...Parker Out On Loan.

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Injuries and Suspensions

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Midweek, and therefore mostly useless, version. But certainly worth consideration for next week's matches.

Injuries mount for Wolves

Striker Sylvan Ebanks-Blake is sidelined for a couple of weeks with a hamstring injury picked up in Saturday's opening-day defeat to West Ham, while right-back Kevin Foley is also ruled out for a similar spell with a medial ligament problem.