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Deze posting is niet nieuw sinds je vorige bezoek Gepost op 6 augustus 2011 om 20:53:18.  Profiel  Stuur een email  Stuur een privébericht  Lid van Supportersvereniging PSV   Wijzig deze posting  Quote deze posting in je reactie
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Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club

Founded: 1877

Nickname: Wolves

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Stadium: Molineux, Wolverhampton



English championship

1953/54, 1957/58, 1958/59

FA Cup

Winner: 1893, 1908, 1949, 1960
Finalist: 1889, 1896, 1921, 1939

League Cup

1974, 1980

Football League Trophy

1988

UEFA Cup

Finalist: 1971-1972 (Tottenham was too strong in the final)

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Wolverhampton Wanderers FC is an English football club founded in 1877 and standing out in the Premier League. The club plays its home games at the Molineux Stadium.

In the 50 years the club achieved his greatest successes. It was English champion three times and twice won the FA Cup.

After 1984, the club disappeared for nearly twenty years in the highest class, but was returned after one season to the second class reference. In 2009 the club his comeback at the highest level.
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The program of Wolverhampton Wanderers Premier League Season 2011/2012:

Sat August 13: Blackburn Rovers Wolverhampton Wanderers
Sun 20 Aug: Wolverhampton Wanderers-Fulham
Sat August 27: Aston Villa, Wolverhampton Wanderers
Sat September 10: Wolverhampton Wanderers-Tottenham Hotspur
Sat September 17: Wolverhampton Wanderers, Queens Park Rangers
Sat September 24: Liverpool Wolverhampton Wanderers
Sat 01 Oct: Wolverhampton Wanderers-Newcastle United
Sat Oct. 15: West Bromwich Albion Wolverhampton Wanderers
Sat Oct. 22: Wolverhampton Wanderers, Swansea City
Sat October 29: Manchester City Wolverhampton Wanderers
Sat 05 Nov: Wolverhampton Wanderers-Wigan Athletic
Sat November 19: Everton Wolverhampton Wanderers
Sat 26 Nov: Chelsea-Wolverhampton Wanderers
Sat 03 Dec: Wolverhampton Wanderers, Sunderland
Sat December 10: Manchester United-Wolverhampton Wanderers
Sat 17 December: Wolverhampton Wanderers, Stoke City
Tue 20 December: Wolverhampton Wanderers, Norwich City
Mon December 26: Arsenal-Wolverhampton Wanderers
Sat 31 Dec: Bolton Wanderers, Wolverhampton Wanderers
Mon January 2: Wolverhampton Wanderers-Chelsea
Sat January 14: Tottenham Hotspur Wolverhampton Wanderers
Sat January 21: Wolverhampton Wanderers-Aston Villa
Tue January 31: Wolverhampton Wanderers-Liverpool
Sat 04 Feb: Queens Park Rangers Wolverhampton Wanderers
Sat 11 Feb: Wolverhampton Wanderers West Bromwich Albion
Sat 25 Feb: Newcastle United-Wolverhampton Wanderers
Sat Mar 03: Fulham Wolverhampton Wanderers
Sat 10 Feb: Wolverhampton Wanderers-Blackburn Rovers
Sat 17 Mar: Manchester United-Wolverhampton Wanderers
Sat 24 Mar: Norwich City, Wolverhampton Wanderers
Sat 31 Mar: Bolton Wanderers, Wolverhampton Wanderers
Sat 07 Apr: Stoke City Wolverhampton Wanderers
Mon April 9: Arsenal-Wolverhampton Wanderers
Sat April 14: Sunderland, Wolverhampton Wanderers
Sat 21 April: Wolverhampton Wanderers-Manchester City
Sat 28 April: Swansea City, Wolverhampton Wanderers
Sat 5 May: Wolverhampton Wanderers-Everton
Sun 13 May: Wigan Athletic Wolverhampton Wanderers

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Deze posting is niet nieuw sinds je vorige bezoek Gepost op 8 augustus 2011 om 17:04:29.  Profiel  Stuur een privébericht  Lid van PSV Fans United   Lid van Supportersvereniging PSV   Wijzig deze posting  Quote deze posting in je reactie
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A pre-season win from Wolves against Real Zaragoza this weekend. Two second-half goals from George Elokobi and Steven Fletcher scored at Molineux stadium.
As you can see above next weekend first Wolves match of the Premier League season v Blackburn away.
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Wolfie, wouldn't it be a good idea if you told your pals, Adam & Lee, about this forum/topic as I also suggested in the Dutch Wolves-topic. As they both support both Wolves & PSV it might be nice for them to join the discussion on and in this topic. Just and merely a thought! :)
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Deze posting is niet nieuw sinds je vorige bezoek Gepost op 8 augustus 2011 om 17:22:35.  Profiel  Stuur een privébericht  Lid van PSV Fans United   Lid van Supportersvereniging PSV   Wijzig deze posting  Quote deze posting in je reactie
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Excellent idea killermfc! I've mailed them earlier today.
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The new Premier League season starts on Saturday, and Wolves fans are looking forward to it. We are hopeful that maybe we can finish towards the middle of the table this time, we don't want to wait until the 87th minute of the last match to be safe from relegation like we did last season!

So far, we have bought 3 new players. Jamie O'Hara (central midfield) was on loan from Tottenham last season and we have now signed him permanently. Roger Johnson (central defence) has also joined Wolves from Birmingham and will be our captain for this season. Also we have signed Dorus De Vries (goalkeeper) from Swansea. Perhaps you Dutch guys could give us an opinion on him? He will be our 2nd choice goalkeeper, behind Wayne Hennessey. Most Wolves supporters would like to see one or two more signings - particularly a left sided defender.

Off the pitch these are exciting times for Wolves. We have just started the redevelopment of the Molineux stadium. The Stan Cullis stand, also known as the North Bank, is the traditional main end for home supporters. This has been demolished during the summer and work has started on rebuilding this stand. The new stand will be much bigger (7,700) than the old one (5,200) - it will have 2 tiers instead of 1 plus a row of executive boxes. There will also be a museum in the new stand to showcase our history. The season ticket holders from this stand will move to other stands for the first 2 home matches, then we will move back into the lower tier of the new Stan Cullis Stand in September. The lower tier will be open without a roof for this season while the building work is finished. The stand will be completely finished by the start of next season. We will then start work on the redevelopment of the Steve Bull Stand.

If you are interested in the building work, there is a website. There is a webcam where you can follow the progress plus there are also some pictures of what the finished stadium will look like.

http://www.molineuxpride.co.uk/wt/live_cam


- Forza Wolves & PSV -
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Deze posting is niet nieuw sinds je vorige bezoek Gepost op 9 augustus 2011 om 15:11:43.  Profiel  Stuur een privébericht  Lid van PSV Fans United   Lid van Supportersvereniging PSV   Wijzig deze posting  Quote deze posting in je reactie
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Welcome to psv netwerk JJ92!
Cheers mate :pul
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We have had some bad news - Kevin Doyle has returned from International duty with the Republic of Ireland with a knee injury. He will have a scan to see how bad it is. This is very frustrating as it is the second time that he has got injured whilst on international duty - he also got injured in March and missed the end of last season.

Let's hope it is not too serious.

There is some doubts whether the Premier League season will start as scheduled on Saturday, due to all of the riots in England. A decision will be made on Thursday or Friday.
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Deze posting is niet nieuw sinds je vorige bezoek Gepost op 12 augustus 2011 om 11:11:02.  Profiel  Stuur een privébericht  Lid van PSV Fans United   Lid van Supportersvereniging PSV   Wijzig deze posting  Quote deze posting in je reactie
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Seems all matches in England will be played except for Spurs v Everton. So it's Blackburn v Wolves on saturday 16:00 (Dutch time). Come on you Wolves!
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Yes, the match goes ahead tomorrow as planned.

The good news is that Doyle's injury is not as bad as thought, and he has a good chance of being fit to play tomorrow. O'Hara does have a knee injury though and he is not certain to play.

I think our team will be: Hennessey; Zubar, Berra, Johnson, Ward; Jarvis, Henry, O'Hara, Hunt; Doyle, Fletcher.

Blackburn have some injury worries - both of their centre backs (Samba and Nelsen) may not play due to injuries.

Wolves record at Ewood Park in the Premier League is not good. We have lost 3-0, 3-1 and 5-1 in our last three matches there.

I would be quite happy if we can get a draw tomorrow.

This is a good assessment of Wolves in The Guardian, a UK newspaper:
http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/blog/2011/aug/12/premier-league-preview-wolverhampton-wanderers

Wolves have been drawn against Northampton Town (away) in the 2nd round of the League Cup. The match will be played on 23rd or 24th August.
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Deze posting is niet nieuw sinds je vorige bezoek Gepost op 13 augustus 2011 om 23:29:10.  Profiel  Stuur een privébericht  Lid van PSV Fans United   Lid van Supportersvereniging PSV   Wijzig deze posting  Quote deze posting in je reactie
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Two wins on saturday: 1-2 for Wolves v Blackburn away and PSV an easy and beautiful 1-0 v RKC :)
The win v Blackburn was an important and good one as Wolves lost in recent years v Blackburn away. Formica scored the 1-0 for Blackburn in the 20th minute. But Wolves hit back straight away as Steven Fletcher headed home Matt Jarvis's cross at the far post. Stephen Ward scored the winner after the break. More info about the match from our man in England: JJ92
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A good result for both Wolves and PSV on Saturday... :)

We were very happy with Wolves victory away at Blackburn. After a shaky start, Wolves improved as the match went on and won comfortably in the end. After going 1-0 down, we equalised within 2 minutes with a lovely team goal - 9 passes and a nice cross from Jarvis for Fletcher to head into the net at the back post. Fletcher finished last season with 6 goals in 9 games so it is good to see him continue this strong form. Shortly after half time, Jarvis was fouled in the box. Kevin Doyle took a weak penalty which was saved by the goalkeeper, but then the ball came back into the box and Stephen Ward hit a brilliant left foot volley into the net. After this, Wolves defended well and deserved the win. This was our first win away at Blackburn since 1992.

Wolves team: Hennessey, Stearman (Foley 49), Johnson, Berra, Ward, Jarvis (Elokobi 75), O'Hara, Henry, Hunt (Maierhofer 90), Doyle, Fletcher. Unused subs: De Vries, Ebanks-Balke, Hammill, Milijas. Booked: Stearman, Johnson.

There is a match report and some good photo's here:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2025594/Blackburn-1-Wolves-2-Ward-fires-McCarthys-men-deserved-win-Ewood-Park.html

The goals are here:
http://www.101greatgoals.com/videodisplay/blackburn-wolves-14964283/

The league table is looking nice!
http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/eng_prem/table/default.stm

This is a good video of the 2nd goal, recorded by a supporter amongst the 4,000 travelling Wolves fans:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5W2VGjjaCrk

Andy Keogh has today joined Leeds United on loan until January. He was not going to be included in our 25 man Premier League squad. It now looks like Stefan Maierhofer will be included in the 25 though, after he spent last season on loan at Duisburg he has impressed in pre-season and came on as substitute at Blackburn.

This leaves probably one more place in our 25 man squad - hopefully for a new signing. There are some rumours that we are trying to sign Thomas Hitzlsperger on a free transfer, but we don't know if there is any truth in this.

Next match is at Molineux on Sunday against Fulham, kick off 2pm UK time. This match has been moved to Sunday because Fulham are playing a Europa League match on Thursday night.
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Another good result for both Wolves and PSV - with no goals conceded! Also a good result for VVV... :B

Wolves beat Fulham 2-0 yesterday and we went top of the table for two hours, until Manchester City beat Bolton to re-claim top spot. We remain in 2nd place though, with maximum points.

Like the first match against Blackburn, we played really well against Fulham and thoroughly deserved the win. We had 20 shots on goal and Fulham only really had two good chances. Kevin Doyle scored the first after 43 minutes then Matt Jarvis added a second goal 2 minutes later, slotting home the rebound after Roger Johnson had hit the post.

We are all very happy with the start Wolves have made to the season. Roger Johnson has made a big difference to the defence, Jamie O'Hara looks better after a full preseason, Stephen Hunt is like a new signing as he spent most of last season injured and finally we can see Kevin Doyle and Steven Fletcher playing together up front. The next two league matches are tougher though - first Aston Villa away on Saturday (live on TV in the UK, 12.05 kick off) then Tottenham Hotspur at home on 10th September after the international break.

Wolves team was unchanged from last week: Hennessey, Stearman, Johnson, Berra, Ward, Jarvis (Kightly 90),Henry,O'Hara,Hunt (Foley 84),Doyle,Fletcher (Elokobi 90).Subs Not Used: De Vries, Ebanks-Blake,Hammill,Milijas.

Match report and photographs are here:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2028468/Wolves-2-Fulham-0-Quick-double-maintains-hosts-perfect-start-season.html

Goals are here:
http://www.101greatgoals.com/videodisplay/wolves-fulham-15303206/

This was the first home match with the Stan Cullis stand closed, so the attendance was smaller than usual - 22,657 (sell out for Wolves fans). All season ticket holders in the Stan Cullis stand were instead sat in the other stands. There are some new pictures here of the inside of the redeveloped stand:

http://www.wolves.co.uk/page/Gallery/0,,10307~2428157,00.html

We are still expecting most season ticket holders to move back into the new stand in September. The upper tier will not be open until next season.

There was a nice tribute before the match to Frank Munro, a former Wolves player who died last week, aged 63. Frank played 371 times for Wolves and was one of the cornerstones of Wolves' successful team of the early 1970's. He helped Wolves win the League Cup in 1974 and reach the UEFA Cup Final in 1972.

Wolves next match is on Tuesday night - away to Northampton Town in the 2nd round of the Carling Cup (League Cup). Northampton are currently 17th in League Two but they have a good record against top teams in recent seasons. It will be a mostly reserve Wolves team, but it should still be strong enough to win. Our record in this competition is poor though, I would not be surprised if Northampton knocked us out!
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Deze posting is niet nieuw sinds je vorige bezoek Gepost op 23 augustus 2011 om 12:07:49.  Profiel  Stuur een privébericht  Lid van PSV Fans United   Lid van Supportersvereniging PSV   Wijzig deze posting  Quote deze posting in je reactie
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A very good result for Wolves, beating Fulham 2-0! And top of the league for a while. Damn Manchester United beat Spurs yesterday so Wolves is now 3rd :kwaad :B Hopefully Wolves continues this good series. Also a good match of PSV v Den Haag away. Mertens (again), Wijnaldum and Toivonen scored in the first half. Best match so far, hopefully we buy a new striker soon. Possible new striker is Tim Matavz (FC Groningen) or Mounir el Hamdaoui (plays for a youth team in the capital). Both will cost a lot. Positive about Matavz he's still young (22) unlike El Hamdaoui (although he plays for a youth team he's already 27).
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A very good result for Wolves, beating Fulham 2-0! And top of the league for a while. Damn Manchester United beat Spurs yesterday so Wolves is now 3rd :kwaad :B Hopefully Wolves continues this good series. Also a good match of PSV v Den Haag away. Mertens (again), Wijnaldum and Toivonen scored in the first half. Best match so far, hopefully we buy a new striker soon. Possible new striker is Tim Matavz (FC Groningen) or Mounir el Hamdaoui (plays for a youth *** team in the capital). Both will cost a lot. Positive about Matavz he's still young (22) unlike El Hamdaoui (although he plays for a youth *** team he's already 27).
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That's better..... ;)

(edit: wtf, does this censor thing also do translations... :nee : well you can figure it out anyways! :tong )

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Deze posting is niet nieuw sinds je vorige bezoek Gepost op 23 augustus 2011 om 13:44:14.  Profiel  Stuur een privébericht  Lid van PSV Fans United   Lid van Supportersvereniging PSV   Wijzig deze posting  Quote deze posting in je reactie
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Watch your language killer :)
By the way what's your link with Wolves killer?
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What makes you think I've got one, Wolfie? :)
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Deze posting is niet nieuw sinds je vorige bezoek Gepost op 23 augustus 2011 om 14:25:10.  Profiel  Stuur een privébericht  Lid van PSV Fans United   Lid van Supportersvereniging PSV   Wijzig deze posting  Quote deze posting in je reactie
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I've read once you had some nice fan articles from Wolves.
So please tell us again killer :)
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Okay then you remembered, it's alway nice to find that you words don't go unnoticed and stay in one's mind! That means they made an impression.

Well over all I like the English game. When I was young I used to like every English club side and of course the Home Nations plus Ireland (as well as Brazil). Nowadays that's not quite the case anymore, there's about two or three sides I'm not paticularly fond about, to put it mildly.

But Wolverhampton Wanderers I still do like and I was pleased they escaped the drop again last season (although I pity Hammer and his club for not doing so) and are now heading for the Champions League next season! The manager Micky Mac used to be a Millwall man and I always respected him cos of his genuity. He is always sincere and I like his post-match comments, they make me smile! :B

In 1980 me and a mate were gonna go to the Uefa cup game in Eindhoven but in the end he didn't which then meant that I couldn't go as well. One of my many regrets in football! PSV qualified for round two by beating Wolves 3-2 on aggregate, before losing to those hamburg wankers (even then) in round 2.

Wolves beat the champions of Europe at the time, Nottingham Forest, in the League Cup final the season before to qualify for the Uefa cup where they were to meet PSV. I liked Scottish striker Andy Gray who went on and became very successful at the best ever Everton side ever. Wolves themselves, if I'm not mistaken, lost an all-English Uefa Cup final against Spurs in the early (19) seventies on (also) a 3-2 aggregate: 1-1 at The Lane & 1-2 defeat at Molineux.

I'm recapping whether I ever saw Wolves in live action and I must admit that I probably didn't! If I do remember, I will put the record straight! In my collection there are an acryl Wolves scarf & an old silk one with all little wolvies on it. And there is a small metal pin, thats about it I reckon.

And when in England this summer I met Lee (or was it Adam, or both?) at the Forest-PSV game which we won 1-3.

That's about it for now. Next season Millwall v Wolves? ;)

(edit: sorry about my not perfect English)

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Deze posting is niet nieuw sinds je vorige bezoek Gepost op 24 augustus 2011 om 16:56:45.  Profiel  Stuur een privébericht  Lid van PSV Fans United   Lid van Supportersvereniging PSV   Wijzig deze posting  Quote deze posting in je reactie
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This story was published today on ed.nl:

'PSV deserves a team that plays with blood, sweat and tears'
I'm Adam Beebee, 37 years old, living in London, originally from Wolverhampton and holder of a season ticket at PSV. Some PSV supporters were born into it, their entire family born and bred in Eindhoven. My connection is a story of fate.

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It's October 1st 1980. I'm seven years old and my father is taking me to Molineux, home ground of Wolverhampton Wanderers. Tonight Wolves will play PSV Eindhoven in the UEFA Cup. It's a bleak, cold night but I'm full of warmth. I'll be watching my first European match. Night games are more atmospheric with the floodlights beaming down on the pitch. Tonight the floodlights play an unusual part. During the match the lights fail, darkness falls onto the pitch and instantly thousands of men raise their cigarette lighters and the terraces are filled with light. Powerful memories for a seven year old. At the time I fail to realize the irony of a darkened stadium lit up by tiny lights while the team from the city of light (Eindhoven) play Wolves.

Years later, I'm living and working in the Netherlands for six months. At a party I'm introduced to some PSV fans. We talk for hours about Wolves and PSV and I delight in retelling my floodlight failure story. The deal is done. I'm invited to watch a PSV match and in return I'll take them to a Wolves game. The trade is completed within a few months and soon after I'm also watching PSV with my new mates at Arsenal's Highbury stadium in the Champions League. I'm hooked. The offer of a season ticket follows I say 'yes'. If I book flights in advance from London Stansted they are cheaper and my PSV mates will always offer me their couch to sleep on so there are no hotel costs.

I've now been to many games at the Philips Stadium and followed PSV away in Europe. Lyon twice, Milan, Hamburg, Glasgow, Florence, Madrid for the Athletico match which we could not see and 'away' matches at Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur both 20 minutes walk from my house! It's a strange world suporting a team from afar. Home is away and away is at the end of my street! One constant is that the PSV fans have always made me feel totally welcome. They deserve a team that plays with blood, sweat and tears. I hope they and I have that next season.

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Good to read your Wolves stories killer!

Thanks for sharing the blog post PSV Wolves.. Adam tells me you are visiting London, sadly I can't make it to the pub to watch the match on Saturday - hope you enjoy your trip and hope that Wolves get another good result on TV. :pul

Wolves won 4-0 last night away to Northampton Town in the Carling Cup 2nd round. Mick made 11 changes from the team that played against Fulham so it was a complete reserve team. Sylvan Ebanks-Blake (2), Nenad Milijas and Sam Vokes were the goalscorers.

This result shows that our squad is much stronger than it used to be - we can play a reserve team and stil comfortably qualify for the next round. In previous seasons we would have lost this match.

There was a good atmosphere with over 1,200 travelling Wolves supporters enjoying themselves.

Match report here:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/league_cup/14539189.stm

The draw for the 3rd round of the Carling Cup will be made on Saturday.
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Carling Cup 3round draw: Wolves vs Lions :cool
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That's about it for now. Next season Millwall v Wolves? ;)

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Fate has decided differently! Wolves v Millwall for the Carling League Cup at Molineux! :ja

(edit: you too Luca :B ; btw congrats to all Wolves with another point towards safety/Europe (you decide) ;) )
Who ara yaaaaaaaaa! N O L U W D C ! :\[ :cool

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To Wolves JJ92
Yeah I was in London recently. Always nice! I saw Aston Villa v Wolves in the pub with the lads. More :pul then goals, 0-0. Very good start of the season for Wolves. The table at the moment:

1 Manchester United 3 - 9
2 Manchester City 3 - 9
3 Liverpool 3 - 7
4 Chelsea 3 - 7
5 Wolves 3 - 7
6 Newcastle United 3 - 7

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Nice draw! Match will be played on tuesday 20 september in Wolverhampton. See you at Molineux :)

This saturday Wolves will play Spurs at home.
Come on Wolves!
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Probably not, Wolfie, you going then? ;)
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