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Wolves – Spurs Preview: The Season Starts Here

(An early preview, as I’m off on a fresh gallivant this weekend). An air of equanimity has pervaded AANP Towers these last few weeks, even as Wellbeck, Dzeko et al were rippling our net from all angles, for those openers were two games from which few if any points could be expected. The season starts now.Actually, Wolves are themselves a tiny speck in the distance that is the Premiership summit, but nevertheless, beaten they must be. Conventional wisdom suggests that, being away from home, this will be a tricky one, but the dimensions of the pitch are the same and the ball is still round, so no excuses from our lot. Three points please, and not a jot less.

Having bleated relentlessly for 18 months about our lack of a decent striker it is now finally time to reap the dividends. VDV is out for six weeks, but one would nevertheless expect that we have sufficient quality to outgun this mob, with Parker also added to a mix that still includes Modders, Bale, Lennon, Defoe etc. Quite what formation will be adopted is something for ‘Arry to ponder, but the absence of VDV might conveniently allow for a five-man midfield including Parker, Modders and Hudd.

Whatever the personnel or formation, this had ruddy well better bring three points, or we really will have some cause for concern.


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Three points from this game and we are back on track, anything less and it may cause some serious confidence problems.
Modric you need to put all the summer nonsense behind you and start performing for your team mates and fans

Come On You Spurs

We have lost some big players in the dressing room in Keane and Crouch Palacios Woodgate Hutton Jenas Bentley loaned Ohare. We have Gained Parker ABy on loan two Spanish rejects who could turn into gold a young exciting Coulibaly and Fried egg aged 41 whose back is sore bending picking the ball out of the net 8 times. We missed out on Bellamy Ruis Cahill and a shed full of rumors Time will tell if we made a big mistake letting any of these players leave I will never believe Harry who said Crouch is going nowhere and ABY is for the leaving Keane who i thought wet to the right place where he cant take points of us. This will be our biggest tests who plays against us and shows our fans we should have kept them Stoke could be one of the places and Wolves are our first tests with Ohara. I believe if we don’t match Utds second half tempo and City’s whole game tempo then we will be stuck in another long energy induced relegation battle. Wolves have not got the stars City and Utd had but i will bet any money there work rate will be just has high if not higher.

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