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Premier League - it wasn't all bad!

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Just 90 minutes left to endure until the Premier League becomes a memory.

The game was up weeks ago, but the game will be up officially on Sunday when Wolves physically return to the Championship.
Forty five players, barring any surprise last day debuts at Wigan, have worn the old gold and black these last three seasons.

Everton 2-1 Wolverhampton Wanderers: Late Baines’ Penalty The Difference At Goodison (Photos)

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By Alan Duffy

Everton 2-1 Wolverhampton Wanderers Premier League 19th November 2011


Both sides benefited from penalty kicks in this rather dour encounter at Goodison Park.

Wolves' Stephen Hunt opened the scoring from the penalty spot on 37 minutes after Marouane Fellaini fouled David Edwards in the Toffees' box.

Wigan’s Antolin Alcarez Caught Spitting On Video, Charged By FA

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By Alan Duffy

Caught in the act: the offending spit in action

Poor old Roberto Martinez is having a hard old time of it. Not only does the doe-eyed Spaniard have to find a way to wake his underperfoming Wigan side from its early season coma, but he now has to deal with the likely suspension of his Paraguayan defender Antolín Alcaraz.

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Antolin Alcaraz spits at Richard Stearman- Photo Alcaraz spitting Stearman Wigan Wolves is a post from Soccer Blogger. Follow Soccer Blogger on Twitter Wigan Athletic's Paraguayan centre half Antolin Alcaraz has been charged by the FA for spitting at Wolverhampton Wanderers' Richard Stearman in the two sides' Premier League game on Sunday 6, November, 2011.

Chalkboard Analysis – Positive Start For Wolves

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*A version of this post appeared on WolvesBlog earlier this week

by Adam Bate

Johnson to the Rescue

The signing of Roger Johnson has obviously excited Wolves fans. It seems too much to dare to hope that one man can transform last season's 17th leakiest Premier League defence into a formidable unit.

Chalkboard Analysis – Positive Start For Wolves

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*A version of this post appeared on WolvesBlog earlier this week.
** All chalkboards courtesy of The Guardian and powered by Opta data.

Five Things We Learned From Wolves vs Fulham August 21st 2011
by Adam Bate

Johnson to the Rescue

The signing of Roger Johnson has obviously excited Wolves fans.

Analysis & Ratings: Wolves v Fulham

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Fulham was a better team than Wolves, no question about it. They had a better passing game and dominated the match. At the same time they were not effective going forward. Thank God for that! With Craddock pairing with Berra in the middle and Stearman and Ward on the full-back positions we also looked stronger [.

Arsenal vs. Wolves Match Thread

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Lineups are in:
Arsenal: Starters: Wojo, Sagna, Djourou, Koscielny, Clichy, Wilshere, Song, Cesc, Theo, Arshavin, Van Persie Bench: Almunia, Denilson, Squillaci, Eboue, Gibbs, Chamakh, Bendtner

Wolves: Starters: Hennessey, Berra, Stearman, Zubar, Elokobi, Milijas, Henry, Jarvis, Hammill, Doyle, O'Hara Bench: Foley, Fletcher, Ebanks-Blake, Jones, Ward, Hahnemann, Craddock

Discuss.

Arsenal – Wolves Match Thread

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Lineups are in:

Arsenal: Starters: Wojo, Sagna, Djourou, Koscielny, Clichy, Wilshere, Song, Cesc, Theo, Arshavin, Van Persie Bench: Almunia, Denilson, Squillaci, Eboue, Gibbs, Chamakh, Bendtner

Wolves: Starters: Hennessey, Berra, Stearman, Zubar, Elokobi, Milijas, Henry, Jarvis, Hammill, Doyle, O'Hara Bench: Foley, Fletcher, Ebanks-Blake, Jones, Ward, Hahnemann, Craddock

There's nothing all that surprising in that lineup for us.

Loan Watch: Danny Batth will join team to Liverpool

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Out on-loan central defender Danny Batth has been called back from Sheffield United to be in contention for a spot in the team against Liverpool tonight. I wrote in my probable team lineups article last night that Mccarthy had no options for the right side central defender other than the mistake laden Stearman.

Wolves – Arsenal Match Thread

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Lineups are in:

Wolves: Starters: Hahnemann, Foley, Stearman, Berra, Ward, Edwards, Mancienne, Henry, Milijas, Jarvis, Doyle Bench: Hennessey, Elokobi, Mouyokolo, Hunt, Van Damme, Ebanks-Blake, Fletcher

Arsenal: Starters: Fabianski, Sagna, Squillaci, Djourou, Clichy, Song, Wilshere, Rosicky, Fabregas, Arshavin, Chamakh Bench: Szczesny, Eboue, Nasri, Denilson, Walcott, Bendtner, van Persie

Not too many changes from the Newcastle match.

PL Preview: Chelsea v. Wolverhampton

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The what: Premier League, Round 9 – Chelsea v. Wolverhampton Wanderers
The where: Stamford Bridge (42,055)
The when: October 23, 3pm local time (10am EST)
The how: Fox Soccer Channel (DirecTV 619, Dish Network 149)
The why: Because, with Arsenal travelling to Eastlands, Chelsea have a strong opportunity to extend its league atop the league table.

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 [.

Reading FC v Wolves. Short report and Analysis

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Wolves last night lost out to Championship club Reading away in the pre-season preparations. I only listened to the match on the radio as many other fans. Only 813 Wolves supporters made the trip. Wolves started the match with a team looking like this: Ikeme Foley, Stearman, Batth, Elokobi Guedioura, Henry, Milijas, Hemmings Doyle, Vokes.

Stearman: Hopefully the manager will remember what I’ve done

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Richard Stearman scored a goal in the reserves win with 4-1 against West Ham yesterday and afterwards he talked to the Official Site. "I feel like the forgotten man at the moment but it was good to get a runout to keep the fitness. I've felt ready for the first team since I first came out [...]

The Teams: Crystal Palace vs Wolves (FA)

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WOLVES: Hennessey, Zubar, Craddock, Berra, Stearman, Mancienne, Henry, Milijaš, Foley, Vokes, Mujangi. SUBS: Hahnemann, Halford, Surman, Castillo, Jones, Ebanks-Blake, Iwelumo. PALACE: Speroni, Clyne, Hill, Derry, Ambrose, Danns, Carle, Lawrence, Lee, Butterfield, Davis. SUBS: Scannell, Andrew, Djilali, Comley, Wynter, Mann.

Probable Team Lineups: Crystal Palace vs Wolves (FA Cup)

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It is very hard to anticipate the lineups for both the team of Crystal Palace and Wolves in tonights game in London. Mick McCarthy will probably rest some players for the important game against Birmingham and Crystal Palace must concentrate on staying in the Championship first hand after having being deducted ten points.

Liverpool at Wolves 01.26.10

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2:45pm, live in the US on Setanta.

Last 4 head-to-head:
2-0 Wolves (h) 12.26.09
1-0 Liverpool (h) 03.20.04
1-1 (a) 01.21.04
0-1 Wolves (h) 01.14.84

Last three matches:
Liverpool: 2-0 Spurs (h); 1-1 Stoke (a); 1-2 Reading aet (h)
Wolves: 2-2 Palace (h); 0-2 Wigan (h); 1-0 Tranmere (a)

Goalscorers (league):
Liverpool: Torres 12; Kuyt 7; Benayoun, Gerrard 5; Ngog 4; Babel, Johnson 2; Kyrgiakos, Skrtel 1
Wolves: Doyle 5; Craddock 4; Milijas 2; Ebanks-Blake, Edwards, Keogh, Maierhofer, Stearman 1

Referee: Peter Walton

Guess at a squad:
Reina
Carragher Skrtel Kyrgiakos Aurelio
Mascherano Lucas
Rodriguez Aquilani Riera
Kuyt

If it ain't (that) broke, don't fix it.

Will Ward and Stears ever learn? And will McCarthy?

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In the last we have seen first Stephen Ward getting his second yellow while bringing down an opponent and latest Stearman doing the same thing on the other side getting sent off. Coincidence? I don't think so. Ward said this to the official Wolves site after his incident: "I hardly touched him (Lucas) and, in my [.

Probable team lineups: Wolves vs Wigan

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There's been a long time since the last match for Wolves and players have had time to impress on McCarthy in training. But I think that our revered manager has settled on a first eleven now and only major mistakes in matches will change that lineup. Wigan have signed a couple of defenders and a new [.

Benitez Eyeing Move For Wolves Defender Stearman

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Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez has been checking on Wolves' versatile defender Richard Stearman.

Benitez wants cover for injured right back Glen Johnson and Stearman can play in that position and at centre half.

Stearman, 22, is a former England under-21 international and has been one of the success stories of Wolves season in the Premier League.

English Premier League

Match Preview: Liverpool v. Wolves, 01.31.12

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Back down to Earth for Liverpool, as they travel to the West Midlands to face 19th-place Wolverhampton. It's a stark contrast from the action of the past week, facing opposition at the bottom of the table, away from Anfield, and with nothing immediately at stake. And if you've paid attention to Liverpool at all this season, it's cause for concern, with form against the mid- and lower-table sides worlds apart from the displays we've seen the last two times out.

Wigan v Arsenal – Match Facts

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Team news, quotes and facts ahead of the Premier League clash between Wigan Athletic and Arsenal at the DW Stadium.

TEAM NEWS

Wigan boss Roberto Martinez has no fresh injury concerns. Emmerson Boyce, who has not featured in the squad for the last two matches, is back in training working on his fitness.

Wigan v Arsenal – Match Facts

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Team news, quotes and facts ahead of the Premier League clash between Wigan Athletic and Arsenal at the DW Stadium.

TEAM NEWS

Wigan boss Roberto Martinez has no fresh injury concerns. Emmerson Boyce, who has not featured in the squad for the last two matches, is back in training working on his fitness.

Premier League chalkboard analysis | Michael Cox

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Premier League chalkboard analysis | Michael Cox

Manchester City allow Samir Nasri to roam, Mick McCarthy uses his bench to good effect and Charlie Adam keeps it simple City allow Nasri to roam Samir Nasri made a wonderful start to his Manchester City career with a great performance in the 5-1 win over Tottenham Hotspur .

Blackpool Fall, Other EPL Teams Survive In Carling Cup’s Second Round

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Round 2 of the Carling Cup kicked off today and several EPL teams were in action. Blackpool were dumped out courtesy of MK Dons while eight EPL squads advanced to the third round. Here's a recap of Tuesday's Cup action.

MK Dons 4, Blackpool 3

A 110th minute goal by Lewis Guy gave League One side MK Dons an upset victory over Blackpool.

Blackpool Fall, Other EPL Teams Survive In Carling Cup’s Second Round

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Round 2 of the Carling Cup kicked off today and several EPL teams were in action. Blackpool were dumped out courtesy of MK Dons while eight EPL squads advanced to the third round. Here's a recap of Tuesday's Cup action.

MK Dons 4, Blackpool 3

A 110th minute goal by Lewis Guy gave League One side MK Dons an upset victory over Blackpool.

The Premier League Previews 2010/11, Part 20: Wolverhampton Wanderers – Age Before Beauty?

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For a team that won three league titles in the 1950s, and has four FA Cup wins to it's name, last season was as good as it's been for a whole generation of Wolverhampton Wanderers fans, seeing as it will be 29 years since the club last embarked on consecutive seasons in the top flight. Mick McCarthy made some controversial decisions last year – his fielding of a virtual reserve side at Old Trafford by far the most standout one.

Manchester United

The Best and Worst refereeing decisions from Game week 15

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This weekend was possibly the most exciting one ever for Premier League football with numbers of records being broken in what was a mixed few days for the men in the middle.

Firstly, this weekend's matches saw a record number of goals scored, 41 in total including eight in Manchester United's demolition of Blackburn Rovers and also for the first time ever since it's inauguration in 1992, every team managed to score a goal.

Premier League Footballer of the Week, Gameweek 10

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Saturday in the Premier League was eclipsed by the top three clubs in the table while Sunday witnessed two massive local derbies play out to incredibly different results. Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United survived their respective matches to gain three points without dominating inferior opponents while Sunday's rivalries produced a 0-0 and an emphatic 5-1 demolition.

The Rest

Untold Ref Review: Wolverhampton Wanderers 0 – 5 Manchester United

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Today's referee is Anthoyny Taylor -

MATCH REVIEW DETAILS Anthoyny Taylor (2012-03-18) Period 1 Min Type Foul from On C/NC Comment Weight 4 OTHER Bassong Rooney C 1 5 OTHER Stearman Chicarito N/C Was a reckless challenge, he missed the ball, but somehow came away with it. 1 6 OTHER Jarvis Rafael N/C Blocked [.

Top 10 League Cup Photos: Shrews, Wolves, Eagles And Windswept Sheep

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By Chris Wright

Pies pick of the photos from last night's League Cup third round action...

The sun sets dramatically behind Elland Road before kick-off of Leeds' game against Manchester United

Wolves' Richard Stearman and Millwall's John Marquis do battle in the air over Molineux.