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.

Probable Team Lineups: Wolves v Liverpool

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Here we go again. Last day of the transfer window and we're all waiting for at least a striker after offloading Vokes as a loan and sold Keogh. Surely 3M must bring in at least one striker, and hopefully one with som class and skills?! Well, that's very important of course, but of more immediate [...

Probable Team Lineups: Everton v Wolves (video)

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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.

Five things we learned from the Carling Cup

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The return of the Carling Cup had plenty of entertainment to offer and although there will always be those who dismiss the value of English football's fourth-tier competition, there were several important lessons to be learned from what we saw this midweek.

Lesson 1: Hargeaves can come good: Roberto Mancini's signing of injury-plagued Owen Hargreaves brought the inevitable slew of crock jokes, especially in the wake of the infamous YouTube videos featuring the former Manchester United and Bayern Munich midfielder.

Transfers and news

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The Wolves reserves play Manchester United tonight and we are putting out a very interesting team. McCarey Doherty-Ihiekwe-Griffiths-Reckord Ismail Foley O'Hara Forde -Cassidy -Ebanks-Blake - Especially the midfield looks very competitive and Kevin Foley one of our most consistent players this season and the last is up and running again together with new signing Jamie O'Hara.

Recurrence of hamstring injury for Vokes

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Sam Vokes out on-loan Wolves striker to Bristol City tried to make a come back in a closed door game at Bristol yesterday, but his leg hold up only for 18 minutes before he limped off. This was to be the final test for Wolves to test if he would be able to [...]

Sam Vokes suffers new injury blow

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Actually it's not really news as it happened a few days ago, but Sam Vokes has suffered a new injury blow. When training for Wolves being just a few days from a long due come-back for Bristol City who he is out on loan to he torn his tendon. Apparently it is connected [...]

Trustworthy Rumour: Mancienne on his way to Wolves

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The Independent today writes that Michael Mancienne finally is on his way back to Wolves. But it will again be on a season long loan. The clubs did not come to an agreement on the fee for a permanent transfer. Chelsea FC didn't back down from the £5M pricetag and Wolves were not prepared to [...]

Fletch and Jelle doubtful for the Everton game

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The injury that Steven Fletcher got against Stoke looks to be more serious than first estimated. According to Wolves injury report yesterday Fletcher is not back in training yet and that of course will cast a doubt on if he will be ready to play Everton tomorrow. And much to my surprise our [...]

Loan Watch: The Hoff stuck in traffic

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The first game in the league tomorrow, but we must not forget our players out on-loan. Well. We can probably forget poor Sam Vokes for six to eight weeks as he is recovering from his injury. And he can forget playing for manager Steve Coppell as he left Bristol City yesterday, probably to low to [...

Short reports from the Internationals

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Wolves actually had 5 players who played in their national teams tonight, despite injuries to Doyle, Vokes and Edwards; Hennessey played the first half for Wales against Luxembourg Berra played the whole game for Scotland against Sweden Fletcher played for over an hour for Scotland against Sweden Keogh played the last half hour for the [.

Vokes heading back to Wolves

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Sam Vokes Injured in his hamstring after playing 13 minutes out on-loan to Bristol City today got his verdict from the scan. He will be out for six to eight weeks and is therefore heading back to Wolverhampton for treatment and rehabilitation. City physio Nick Dawes says to the City Official site: "Hopefully [.

Vokes on his way back to Wolves?

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Wolves out on-loan striker Sam Vokes was unfortunately injured in his hamstring after 13 minutes of play for Bristol City Friday. Today he will take a scan to assess the damage and how long he will be in rehab before he can play again. He will of course not play for Wales against Luxembourg on [...]

Loan Watch: Vokes injured and Mendez-Laing looks sharp

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As if it would not be enough with injuries! Wolves young striker Sam Vokes came on for his loan club Bristol City after 54 minutes. Bristol were aready then behind with two goals. Actually the first one from the newcomers in the Champioship, Londoners Millwall, came from the foot of former Wolves central defender Darren [.

Vokes signs for Bristol City

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Bristol City has signed Wolves young striker Sam Vokes on loan until the 5th of January. That came as a bit of surprise to many. Vokes has been doing well in pre season and also scored for Wolves. But as we have a large squad with very good strikers all ready to go, I guess [...]

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.

Reserves Watch: Ebanks-Blake scores on free and Bennett shines

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Wolves Reserves managed to get a draw against a Fulham Reserves team that has not lost in nine games now in Premier League Reserves Group South. Reading the reports from both Wolves Official Site (HERE) and the Fulham Site (HERE) gives the impression that it was a fair result as far as how the game was [.

Wolves Reserves play away against Fulham tonight

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The Wolves Reserves team are playing against the Fulham Reserves tonight at 7pm on Motspur Park training ground. This is the team Wolves will play: McCarey, Davis, Griffiths, Dunleavy, Metcalf, Mendez-Laing, Castillo, Rooney, Winnall, Vokes, Ebanks-Blake. SUBS: Bennett, Gorman, Harris, Landell. Playing in the Reserves usually means that the players are not starting with the first team the weekend after.

Watch Arsenal Vs Wolverhampton Online

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Saturday, 3rd April 2010
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The English Premier League match between Arsenal and the Wolves will take place at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday, 3rd April 2010, kick-off set for 3:00 PM.

Wolves’ resistance undone thanks to centurion Scholes

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Wolves 0-1 Manchester Utd: Observations

The result says it all. This was a laboured victory for Manchester United as they had struggled and lacked any killer instinct for much of the game. An unconvincing win but indeed a very crucial one as United look for a fourth successive league title.

FA Cup Photos: Crystal Palace 3-1 Wolves – Danny Butterfield Scores Hat-Trick

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A very unlikely hat-trick by 'Butters' (aka Danny Butterfield I'd like to think his team-mates call him 'Butters') helped Palace knock Wolves out of the FA Cup. It's a morale-boosting win for the beleaguered Eagles of Croydon, who recently went into administration; for Wolves it's now a case of concentrating solely on survival in the Prem.

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.


Wales boss Gary Speed death- 42 year old Speed dead after allegedly commiting suicide

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Why Welsh Supporters Are Saying No To Team GB

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Wales continued their recent run of impressive results with an emphatic four-one win over Norway at the Cardiff City Stadium. Goals from Gareth Bale, Craig Bellamy and Sam Vokes earned Wales their fourth win in five games. Whilst the team on the pitch overran their Scandinavian visitors, though, the fans in the ground were largely otherwise occupied, trying to make a stand against Team GB.

Top 10 Photos Of Footballers Who Look Like They’re Receiving Blowjobs

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Squad sheets: Liverpool v Wolverhampton Wanderers

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Squad sheets: Liverpool v Wolverhampton Wanderers

Losing to Northampton was bad and going down at Blackburn was worse but what really did for Roy Hodgson was Wolves' 1-0 win at Anfield in late December. Both teams go into the rematch on the back of encouraging Carling Cup wins in midweek and Wolves' 5-0 thrashing of Millwall will help wash away the taste of last Saturday's enfeebled performance against QPR.

Loan Watch: The Hoff with a brace!

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Our latest player out on-loan is Andy Keogh, but he played only the last ten minutes when he replaced Bellamy for his new team Cardiff as they managed to end up victorious against still in administration team Pompey. But Keogh managed to make some impression in the Premier League aspiring team when he showed some [.

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JOgo 0954/2011 - Amistoso - País de Gales 4x1 Noruega

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Mais um amistoso, foi disputado no dia 12/11/2011, na cidade de Cardiff-WAL, onde jogaram as seleções do País de Gales (45º no ranking da FIFA) e a seleção da Noruega (24º no ranking da FIFA).

Antes desse jogo, as 2 seleções jogaram:
Eliminatórias Copa do MUndo
2002Oslo 05/09/2001 NOR3:2 (1:2)WAL First stage2002Cardiff 07/10/2000 WAL1:1 (0:0)NOR First stage
Eliminatórias Continentais
1984Oslo 21/09/1983 NOR0:0WAL Preliminary round1984Swansea 22/09/1982 WAL1:0 (1:0)NOR Preliminary round
2008Wrexham 06/02/2008 WAL3:0 (1:0)NOR 2004Oslo 27/05/2004 NOR0:0WAL 1994Cardiff 09/03/1994 WAL1:3 (0:1)NOR 1985Bergen 05/06/1985 NOR4:2 (3:1)WAL 1985Wrexham 26/02/1985 WAL1:1 (1:1)NOR 1984Trondheim 06/06/1984 NOR1:0 (0:0)WAL
O árbitro desse jogo, foi: Gerhard Grobelnik-AUT


Gareth Bale (11.

Liverpool v Brighton 02.19.12

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Last four head-to-head:
2-1 Liverpool (a; League Cup) 09.21.11
2-3 Liverpool (a; FA Cup) 01.30.91
2-2 (h; FA Cup) 01.26.91
4-0 Liverpool (h; League Cup) 10.29.85

Previous rounds:
Liverpool: 2-1 United (h); 5-1 Oldham (h)
Brighton: 1-0 Newcastle (h); 1-1 Wrexham [5-4 pens] (a); 1-1 Wrexham (h)

Last three matches:
Liverpool: 1-2 United (a); 3-0 Wolves (a); 0-0 Spurs (h)
Brighton: 2-2 Millwall (h); 2-1 Leeds (a); 1-0 Leiceister (h)

Goalscorers (all competitions):
Liverpool: Bellamy, Suarez 9; Carroll, Gerrard 5; Maxi 4; Kuyt 3; Adam, Skrtel 2; Agger, Downing, Henderson, Johnson, Kelly, Shelvey 1
Brighton: Barnes 9; Mackail-Smith 8; Buckley 7; Caskey, Harley, Noone, Sparrow 2; Calderon, Greer, Hoskins, Lua Lua, Navarro, Vicente, Vincelot, Vokes 1

Referee: Andre Marriner

First time Marriner's done a Liverpool game since All The Evil started against United in October.

Teamsheets: Aston Villa vs Wolves

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This is a big, big game for Alex Mcleish today. The last of a run of home games and a derby against an opponent that caused his predecessor so many problems. It's also something of a "top of the table" encounter and the winner, should there be one, will get boasting rights over the rest of the league for at least a while today.

Official: Wolves Loan Out Striker Sam Vokes

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According to Wolverhampton's official website, Wolverhampton striker Sam Vokes has joined Bristol City on loan until Christmas.