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19 August 2015 14:10 Post ID: #139962
Gus Caeser
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Wolves have lost only twice to QPR in their past 17 league meetings, winning eight.

QPR won 3-0 on their last visit to Molineux - in the Premier League in 2011. It was their first win at Wolves

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20 August 2015 08:07 Post ID: #139971 - in reply to #139962
Kevin Gallen
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Fantastic win last night that didn't seem likely at 0-2 but we came back with a vengeance. Superb first goal from Charlie, which will surely hasten his departure. I wish him the best of luck, he's a great guy. Matty also put himself at the front of the shop window and may be off soon too. As has been said on other threads it may all happen late with no time for proper replacements. Message to the club: Leon Best is not the answer.

Defending was again suspect last night, especially in the first half and it must be time for a specialist defence coach.
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20 August 2015 08:31 Post ID: #139972 - in reply to #139962
Terry Fenwick
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Lets all pray to the football gods that a feel good factor is slowly starting to creep back into our lives.... wouldn't that be good !?

From a group who have been on the edge of footballing despair for years it's about time...! I won't hold my breathe but I'm feeling rather dandy atm...
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20 August 2015 08:34 Post ID: #139973 - in reply to #139962
Steve Wicks
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Not being able to see games any more - or very few at least - I would appreciate some kind of opinion on each player's performance, as used to be done. I have so many questions. How are the new lads shaping up? Is Ally going well? Is Nedum still a rock in central defence? I always read the report on 'Loft for words', but a vital input would be great.
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20 August 2015 12:23 Post ID: #139976 - in reply to #139962
Les Ferdinand
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rodnee - in brief my opinions.

Green - Very little he could do about both goals, solid all game and made a few excellent saves.

Perch - Still looking rather shaky - an error on his part led to the second goal and the jury is still out. Needs to improve.

Onuoha - Excellent. As always you'll get one or two mistakes but he's looked every bit the captain, especially yesterday.

Hall - A great start, looked very assured and composed in possession and I hope he'll be allowed to carry on and grow into that position.

Konchesky - In the autumn of his career, I fear for him a bit against pace. Henry seem to have him on toast in the first half, but he kept going and did ok by the end.

Faurlin - A great comeback - a little bit hit and miss in the first half, but I put that down to being a bit rusty. He tended to play deeper to allow the likes of Luongo to press on. Started to pull the strings in the second half.

Henry - His usual self - combative and always on the cusp of a yellow. A useful player to have around at this level.

Phillips - Came alive in the latter part of the first half, then entire second half. Again, looked a bit rusty early on but his form as the game grew on coincided with the team's.

Luongo - All effort, superb fitness levels, and pressing him higher up the pitch enabled him to be that first line of defence. Didn't give defenders a moment's peace and actually looked good with his back to goal as well.

Chery - Looks a good purchase if we can get him fit and keep him fit. That being said, he looked a little confused to be taken off. Creative, dynamic but buys in fully to the team ethic.

Austin - No need to introduce. Scores goals, and his game improved dramatically in the second half. Tried very hard on the day.
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20 August 2015 16:50 Post ID: #139978 - in reply to #139962
Les Ferdinand
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Boxer, Agree with all of what you said but must add, Perch needed to do better with the first gopal as well, Was playing statues while Afobe was taking charge and scoring.

On Twitter I did use a couple of puns about him being a fish out of water and floundering but, he really must get his game together. Perch is a far better player than we've seen thus far. Let's hope he starts delivering!
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20 August 2015 16:57 Post ID: #139979 - in reply to #139962
Steve Wicks
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Thanks. A great help.
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