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Football Match just over at The City Ground English League Championship Home Team Nottingham F. Goals & Scorers 86′:Own Pablo Ibanez;73′: Simon Cox; Keeper Lee Camp Midfield Lewis McGugan; Simon Gillett; Adlene Guédioura; Forwards Billy Sharp; Andy Reid; Dexter Blackstock; Defense Sam Hutchinson; Greg Halford; Daniel Ayala; [.

Results for Nottingham F. ( 2 – 1 ) Charlton at The City Ground on September 1, 2012, 3:00 pm at related • 0 views
Match just over at The City Ground English League Championship Home Team Nottingham F. Goals & Scorers 75′: Sam Hutchinson;17′: Lewis McGugan; Keeper Lee Camp Midfield Andy Reid; Lewis McGugan; Adlene Guédioura; Simon Gillett; Forwards Dexter Blackstock; Simon Cox; Defense Greg Halford; Sam Hutchinson; Daniel Ayala; Danny [.

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.

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Pompey Fans Rattle Some Cages

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Stark reality bites.

Portsmouth Football Club 5 April 1898 10 August 2012.


Yet nothing is ever as it seems at Pompey. Beneath the choppy waters a constant storm wages on the ocean bed. Whilst Pompey Supporters Trust holds itself ready to do a deal with players, charge holders and creditors, the strange PR spin emanating from Fratton Park seems to be creating a web of misconception and deception.

Sixteen Days To Save Portsmouth

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The darkest hour, optimists might say, comes before the dawn, to which pessimists might counter by saying that one of English footballs longest-running financial seems to be approaching its inevitable solution. At least, the rest of us may consider, we will at least have an answer, one way or the other.

Portsmouth players forced to multitask after staff cuts

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The video above shows a personal message from Portsmouth manager Michael Appleton to fans of the club. When a club goes into administration, it is usual that all elements of the club pull together in an effort to save the sporting institution. But this community spirit has not been lost on Portsmouth's players this week, [.


The Problem With Twitter…

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Admit it: Mick McCarthy is awesome.

Lovely little interview with Mick via The Guardian below in which he waxes on the ills of Twitter. A cautionary tale of Twitter and social media in the modern and webcams, Elano battlefield that is football, really, but mostly it's just nice to hear someone call out 'cocks' and 'twits' and 'numpties' for what they really are.

Loan Watch: The Hoff scores and Ash fouls

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At least a couple of our out on-loan players has played yesterday or today, so let's have a look as usual. The Championship: Greg Halford is still suspended and watched the match against Forest away from the stands. Portsmouth lost it by two goals against one. Andy Keogh didn't get any precious playing time either, [.

Loan Watch & Rumours

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Greg Halford has now signed for Portsmouth until end of season. He didn't, however, have any luck with his appeal to a three match ban after a red card, so he will be out of play for a while. Halford has been very succesful at Pompey with four goals in twelve games for them and [...]

Loan Watch: Keogh sets Cardiff free

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Just one of our lads out on-loan has actually played in the weekend. Greg Halford in Portsmouth is injured and spends his time twittering about that he wants to leave Wolves and play for Pompey in the future. No wonder as he gets to play there and has been a success, scoring goals and all. [...]

Halford injured

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The Wolves utility player Greg Halford out on-loan was injured halfway into the first half in the Portsmouth top clash against Queens Park Rangers yesterday. The match ended as a draw with two penalties after some controversy regarding referee decisions. The injury of Greg Halford will be assessed soon.

Wolves To Loan Out Halford To Portsmouth

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According to Bill Howell at the Birmingham Mail, Wolverhampton are set to loan out defender Greg Halford to Portsmouth for one month. Portsmouth manager Steve Cotterill said,

"Something should have happened with Greg Halford on Friday, but to my annoyance it didn't.

Steve Kemp: It is the sensible decision

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The 25-man-squad was presented by Wolves today and it looks like this: Marcus Hahnemann Wayne Hennessey Carl Ikeme Kevin Foley Ronald Zubar Richard Stearman Jody Craddock Christophe Berra Steven Mouyokolo George Elokobi Stephen Ward Jelle Van Damme Karl Henry David Jones Michael Mancienne Dave Edwards Greg Halford Nenad Milijaš Adlene Guedioura Matt Jarvis Stephen Hunt [.

Everton v Wolves starting XI’s

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Everton take on Wolves today in what should be a battle at Goodison Park. The Toffees will try to avenge a 1-0 loss after a costly blunder by keeper Tim Howard. Meanwhile, Wolves are looking to build on their momentum after an all important opening match victory over Stoke, 2-1. The match kicks off at 15:00 GMT.

Halford made both goals when Wolves took third scalp

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Greg Halford was the man behind both goals when Wolves took their 3rd win in the 3rd country in their best pre-season in years so far. It was the former team of Mujangi Bia and Guédioura the Belgian side Charleroi who had the pleasure (?) to host Wolves last night. It is rumoured [...]

Confirmed: Four players have to look for other clubs

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According to the sometimes well informed local paper Express & Star four players have been told that they can leave Wolves. The four now looking for new clubs are Andy Keogh, Stefan Maierhofer, Greg Halford and Matt Hill. Je z Moxey said to the E&S: "We've had one or two enquiries about Andy, but that's [.

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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Halford ready to fill Kightly gap

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Wolves' new boy Greg Halford has vowed to make the most of Michael Kightly's absence by gatecrashing Mick McCarthy's Premier League starting line-up.

The £2million summer signing from Sunderland is set to replace Kightly, after the winger was ruled out for the start of the season as he makes his way back from a broken foot and hip injury.

Can all the promoted teams survive?

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English Premier League is one of the most difficult competitions in football and this especially stands for the teams promoted from the Championship. Only once in the Premiership history have all three promoted teams survived their first season and that happened in 2001/2002 when Fulham, Bolton and Blackburn all avoided the drop.

Can Wolves step up the plate?

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The step from Championship to Premiership is probably the biggest step a team have to make in football and Wolverhampton are obviously aware of this. Wolves made it to the Premier League after winning the play-offs in 2003 but were relegated the following season and have been unable to return to the top division until this season.


Wolves Defender Halford Not Leaving This Month

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According to Chris Galea at Sky Sports News, Wolverhampton defender Greg Halford admitted that he is not leaving the club this month. Halford said,

"I definitely won't be moving during the January transfer window ... I'm 100 per cent sure about that because I've done enough moving about to last me a lifetime.

Official: Wolves Sign Halford

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UPDATE: According to Wolverhampton's official website, Wolverhampton have signed Sunderland defender/midfielder Greg Halford for an undisclosed fee. Halford signed a three-year deal with the club.

July 2nd, 2009 According to ESPN Soccernet, Wolverhampton are expected to sign Sunderland defender Greg Halford for £2million.

Wolves Seem Set To Sign Halford

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According to ESPN Soccernet, Wolverhampton are expected to sign Sunderland defender Greg Halford for £2million.

Manchester United

Top ten transfer stories from today

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1. The shock of the summer so far. Job seeking Michael Owen signs for Man Utd to the total surprise of everyone. The striker will take take a substantial cut to his £110,000-a-week wages at Newcastle to around £30,000-a-week, although he will earn a similar figure if clauses related to goals, appearances and success are met.

Top 10 conclusions FA Cup fifth round

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1. Some one should have told the remaining FA Cup competitors precisely what was meant by the 'fifth round draw'. Four of Saturday's five matches ended level. 2. Chelsea will be thankful that the sight of Guus Hiddink in the stands seems to have reminded Nicolas Anelka where the net is. 3. Lightning doesn't strike twice when [.

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Premiership Preview--13. Sunderland

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Backed by the loudest supporters in the Premier League last season, measured at average peak volume at 129.2 decibels, almost as loud as a jet, Sunderland will look to improve on last season's respectable 15th-place finish. The Black Cats were the only newly-promoted team to survive in the Premiership, an accomplishment in itself, but manager Roy Keane has made it clear through his summer signings that he wants more from his club.

Do not despair

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If this picture* - no prizes for guessing when it was taken - captured our only moment of joy at West Ham, there would be no reason NOT to despair. Losing 3-1 to a very average team at this stage...

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Wolves 0-2 West Ham: The Minute-by-Minute Match Commentary

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As I had said, I wanted to provide the blow-by-blow account of the Hammers' first Premiership match of the season. It took me a while to locate the right post for this but here it is.


Wolverhampton: Hennessey, Foley (Vokes 75), Mancienne (Stearman 66), Craddock, Stephen Ward, Halford, Henry, Milijas (Edwards 80), Jarvis, Keogh, Ebanks-Blake.

QPR's Loss to Sheffield United - Match Reports

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QPR's fairytale start to the season came to a shuddering halt with a 3-0 defeat at a noisy Bramall Lane.

Ex-Scunthorpe striker Billy Sharp did the damage with a marvellous hat-trick, as Iain Dowie's side failed to use the momentum gained from last weekend.

Rangers were outfoxed and outclassed, as they failed to tough it out with the physical Blades, who had a two-goal lead inside 12 minutes.