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posted on 16/1/19

Traore has barely started out on the right though. He keeps being made to play through the middle, which he is obviously not suited to.

It would be good to see him given a run of games as a wide forward.

posted on 16/1/19

I think Dendoncker looks more steady in defence than Saiss. I can't envisage us needing an enforcer type in midfield for this game so Saiss is on the bench for me.

posted on 16/1/19

Of our remaining 16 games only 4 are against the top 6, Man U & Arsenal at home and Chesea & Liverpool away. So our destiny is firmly our hands.

To look at it another way though, we've got probably 8 games against teams that will try to stop us playing and nick goals on the counter. Going to be tough, we need early goals to open teams up and make them come at us, especially at home.

posted on 16/1/19

Puel’s preferred formation:
4-2-3-1

Puel’s actual formation:
9-0—————————————1

Imagine we’ll set up 4-3-3 in the game. Very defensive and deep and try to bore Wolves in to losing 0-1.

posted on 16/1/19

comment by GeminMallorca (U18318)
posted 1 hour, 4 minutes ago
comment by Sir Halfy T.nu.C ...Premier League Thread Mast... (U11570)
posted 38 minutes ago
Disappointed that you didn’t use the term ‘Wolves return to Molineux to lick their wounds’ but non the less, another decent preview thread
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I deliberately left that out so that you could use it when you are carefully crafting the match thread
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posted on 16/1/19

I see that Brendon Rogers is being lined up for the Leicester job ?

posted on 16/1/19

comment by Sir Halfy T.nu.C ...Premier League Thread Master (U11570)
posted 1 hour, 32 minutes ago
I see that Brendon Rogers is being lined up for the Leicester job ?
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Hopefully it's just paper talk

posted on 16/1/19

Why hopefully? Who do you have your eye on who's better?

posted on 16/1/19

Has Puel had the bullet then?

posted on 16/1/19

Not sure it makes a huge difference when it comes to Dendoncker or Saiss really as i think both can do a good job in either role.

Even when we have set up 3-4-3 we have struggled first half and i think we would be better starting with Cavaleiro than either of Traore or Costa when space is limited as he is far better with the ball in those circumstances, the other two need open space ahead of them to be a threat.

posted on 16/1/19

comment by GeminMallorca (U18318)
posted 11 minutes ago
Has Puel had the bullet then?
----------------------------------------------------------------------writing is on the wall,has been most of the season

posted on 16/1/19

comment by dublin fox optimistically pessimistic, (was lo... (U1131)
posted 26 minutes ago
comment by GeminMallorca (U18318)
posted 11 minutes ago
Has Puel had the bullet then?
----------------------------------------------------------------------writing is on the wall,has been most of the season

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posted on 16/1/19

Traore can sometimes make a difference when coming on as a sub and Nuno usually takes off the forwards before his midfield/defenders, when using his substitutions.

posted on 16/1/19

comment by GeminMallorca (U18318)
posted 1 hour, 32 minutes ago
Has Puel had the bullet then?
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Not yet but he's bookies favourite by a long way.

posted on 16/1/19

comment by nuneaton_fox (U7936)
posted about 2 hours ago
comment by GeminMallorca (U18318)
posted 1 hour, 32 minutes ago
Has Puel had the bullet then?
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Not yet but he's bookies favourite by a long way.
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posted on 16/1/19

posted on 16/1/19


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posted on 16/1/19

just testing

posted on 16/1/19

You are, very 😳

posted on 16/1/19

posted on 16/1/19

comment by Sir Halfy T.nu.C ...Premier League Thread Master (U11570)
posted 2 minutes ago

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posted on 17/1/19

Just a little rundown of window business.
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Alex Molberg (loan extended from Hobro IK)

Aaron Collins (return from Colchester loan)

David Wang (joined from Jumilla B)

Michael Agboola (joined from Dagenham)

Connor Ronan (return from Walsall loan)

Sherwin Seedorf (return from Bradford loan)

Joe Mason (return from Portsmouth loan)

Jack Ruddy (return from Jumilla loan)

Aaron Simpson (return from Jumilla loan)

OUT

Benik Afobe (departed permanently to Stoke)

Ben Goodliffe (loan out extended at Dagenham)

Dan McKenna (departed permanently)

Kortney Hause (departed on loan to Aston Villa)

Ethan Ebanks-Landell (departed on loan to Rochdale)

Bright Enobakhare (departed on loan to Coventry)

Jordan Graham (departed on loan to Oxford)

Paul Gladon (departed permanently)

Will Randall (departed permanently)
Comments ?

posted on 17/1/19

Comments?

Quite underwhelming

posted on 17/1/19

Some of those have fallen off a cliff the last two years after looking very very promising.

Graham and Ronan the most disappointing though i struggle to see what Traore can do that Eno can't other than run faster.

posted on 17/1/19

He can’t bench press 250KG like myself and Traore can

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