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  1. Possibly pondering that same question.
  2. 11 subs for the second half, strapped in for some Joselu gold.
  3. Lazy defending really, easy centre to an unmarked player after Darlow parried the save.
  4. Commentator is putting me to sleep, but given he's on his own can't be too harsh. Nice early ball in from Yedlin for Rondon to score.
  5. How tragic is it that I'm going to pay for this?
  6. I really hope they do start doing the same in the prem and everywhere else. It's the only way they'll start to change the ingrained culture.
  7. The Wolfs V The Toon

    I thought the same even after the initial replays, may be down to the angle. In defense of the referee it would be hard to call from where he was, eyes tracking the ball coming in on a high trajectory, you'd see if go through Dubravka's hands and onto Boly. The camera from in the goal shows how far into his body Boly has come, look where Dubravka's feet are, in line with his hands then Boly's knees are pushing his body out. That's before considering his arm placement. Still, this discussion shouldn't be happening. There's no disputing the foul on Almiron in the lead up, that should have been the end of it.
  8. The Wolfs V The Toon

    It's also the angle of the primary video feed, makes the contact look more incidental and doesn't show the knees into the arse. Seems Dubravka figured he'd been fouled, shut his eyes a moment and with hands across his shoulders and face missed the ball. If he had the moment again no doubt he would punch it regardless of the trajectory of the ball or contact.
  9. Scary also because our comments from 9 years ago are still relevant.
  10. The Wolfs V The Toon

    And setting aside the interesting geography lessons and woefully poor attempts at WUMery, Wolves are at the pinnacle of their last 30 years and we're at our lowest point yet they're happy grabbing an at best questionable draw after regulation and injury time have expired. They should be enjoying the fact that for once they have a good manager and some good players but they plainly don't know how because it's unprecedented in their recent history.
  11. The Wolfs V The Toon

    If Shelvey ever remembers that he's a player again Almiron is the type that could work phenomenally well with him.
  12. The Wolfs V The Toon

    Yes, it bears repeating that Longstaff put in another excellent shift, such an exciting prospect and great fit for our current style of play.
  13. The Wolfs V The Toon

    Have you changed your mind yet? I actually didn't think it was at first glance either, but the replays and some of the angles have put any doubt to bed. Dubravka could have done better (like kept his eyes open for a start) but in reality he shouldn't have had to.
  14. The Wolfs V The Toon

    Expect to see this picture next season on the Wolves website for our away match. If we're lucky it will be a slideshow with this, the elbow on Perez and a wildly grinning Karl Henry.

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