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Wolves 1 Derby County 1

Latest from molinews.net I       A late Rams raid turned a seemingly cast-iron three points into just one on Saturday afternoon- substitute Theo Robinson striking deep into stoppage time to cancel out Kevin Doyle's first-half opener. Carl Ikeme had to be awake from the first whistle to keep out a first minute effort from Jamie Ward, with a Roger Johnson ....


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Wolves 3 Barnsley1

Latest from molinews.net I     Wolves recovered from a poor start to the season on Tuesday evening, dispatching Barnsley at Molineux. Stale Solbakken's home debut in the dugout brought with it a first home win in nine months, and while the backing from the stands may not have reflected a choir harking its new messiah few will be complaining. Indeed the hosts made ....


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Home Run For Solbakken

Fans are today advised by the club to arrive early for Stale Solbakken's first home game in charge against Barnsley tomorrow evening.     Predicted congestion on the roads and at the turnstiles is cited as a main reason- to read the club's official advice visit http://www.wolves.co.uk//news/article/important-information-for-barnsley-200812-321773.aspx? ....


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Wigan Athletic 3 Wolves 2

Latest from molinews.net I   It was goodbye to the Premier League's yellow brick road from Wolves as Wigan came back from a goal down to seize the points and make sure Lancashire still had at least one representative at next season's top table- two changes made as Matt Jarvis and Sylvan Ebanks-Blake came in for Steven Fletcher and the injured ....


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Wolves 0 Everton 0

Latest from molinews.net   It was a goalless if not soulless Premier League home sign-off for Wolves following a stalemate with Everton- the injured Kevin Foley and Matt Jarvis replaced by Ronald Zubar and Stephen Hunt in the sole changes to the starting eleven. Tony Hibbert was quick to boot clear a Kevin Doyle cross with Steven Fletcher loitering ....


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Swansea City 4 Wolves 4

      It was a whirlwind in Wales as Wolves battled back from 4-0 down to grab a point at the Liberty Stadium- just one change made from the Manchester City game as Kevin Doyle came in for the injured David Davis. It looked to be another afternoon best blocked out in the pub after the game as Andrea Orlandi opened the scoring with just 14 seconds played, his header easing past ....


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Wolves 0 Manchester City 2

  The guillotine finally came down on Wolves as Manchester City pushed them into the Championship- four changes made to the side as Terry Connor took charge of what could be his last home game as boss. Dorus De Vries, Sebastien Bassong, Matt Jarvis and David Edwards came in for Wayne Hennessey, Christophe Berra, Anthony Forde and Sylvan Ebanks-Blake- Carlos Tevez close to opening the ....


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Wolves 0 Arsenal 3

    Luck continues to be at a premium for Wolves, this sorry show the latest disgrace in a rapid descent. Two changes were made to the starting eleven- David Davis and Kevin Doyle called in for Sylvan Ebanks-Blake and Steven Fletcher. The Gunners were on the go from the start, Sebastien Bassong kept on his toes by Alex Song and Bacary Sagna's early crosses proving testing for Wayne ....


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Stoke City 2 Wolves 1

It was an unpalatable Saturday teatime for Wolves fans as their side squandered an early lead, the bells tolling louder than ever as the death knell continues to sound- two changes made to the side as Karl Henry retook the captain's armband, Ronald Zubar also recalled and Roger Johnson and David Davis named among the substitutes. From the first minute it seemed the Potters were eager to treat ....


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Wolves 2 Bolton Wanderers 3

It was a helter-skelter afternoon at Molineux- things starting so well and rapidly going downhill. Two changes were made to the side which started at Norwich as Sylvan Ebanks-Blake and David Davis replaced Kevin Doyle and Eggert Jonsson- David Wheater forced into action early to clear an Ebanks-Blake cross as Wolves looked to silence the naysayers both in their own crowd and the media, the ....


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Norwich City 2 Wolves 1

    If Terry Connor was looking for a sound response to last weekend's thrashing by Manchester United, he didn't get it at Carrow Road. Three changes were made to the side as Eggert Jonsson, Michael Kightly and Roger Johnson replaced Ronald Zubar, David Davis and Kevin Foley. Some East Anglian sunshine was just the tonic for the away supporters as Stephen Ward shot wide almost ....


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Wolves 0 Manchester United 5

  No upset was on the cards on Sunday lunchtime as Manchester United came, saw, and conquered- Wolves looking like little more than lambs to the slaughter. Kevin Foley replaced the injured Jamie O'Hara in a single change to the side, Ronald Zubar making too much of an early attempted cross and Wayne Hennessey shutting out Rafael's ball forward for Javier Hernandez, with Kevin Doyle finding ....


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Wolves 0 Blackburn Rovers 2

    It was more than a simple bad day at the office for Wolves on Saturday afternoon- defeat to a relegation rival proving the latest bum note in a symphony of destruction sweeping Molineux at the moment. Four changes were made to the side as debutant David Davis, Sebastien Bassong, David Edwards and Steven Fletcher came in for Michael Kightly, Christophe Berra, Kevin Foley and Karl ....


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Fulham 5 Wolves 0

  Wolves were led a Slavonic Dance of sorts at Fulham on Sunday afternoon, Pavel Pogrebnyak the architect of their downfall. Just one change was made as Michael Kightly replaced the injured David Edwards, the game kicking off in less than desirable conditions and an early Cottagers corner cleared by Kevin Doyle, a John Arne Riise free kick deflecting to safety off the defensive wall and ....


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Newcastle United 2 Wolves 2

  A change of captain seemed to salvage the Wolves ship at St James's Park on Saturday afternoon- the trip to the Geordie motherland ending with a creditable point after a less than ideal start. Four changes were made as Terry Connor settled into his new role- Ronald Zubar, Karl Henry, Richard Stearman and Christophe Berra coming in for Roger Johnson, Sylvan Ebanks-Blake, Steven Fletcher ....


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Wolves 1 West Bromwich Albion 5

      Even a post-match apology from Mick McCarthy will do little to numb the pain following this particular defeat. The team which had finished off the win over Queens Park Rangers was named to take on the Baggies, and the hand of doom could have made its first grab inside a minute of play but for a great save from keeper Wayne Hennessey, putting Jerome Thomas's goalbound ....


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Queens Park Rangers 1 Wolves 2

    Following a build-up overshadowed by the row between Mick McCarthy and chairman Steve Morgan, Wolves will have rejoiced that rumour and counter-rumour can be put to bed, at least for a week or two, following a hard-fought win over the newest member of London's footballing nouveau riche, who had been spending once again prior to the close of the transfer window. Three changes were ....


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Wolves 0 Liverpool 3

  Anti- Mick McCarthy protests reached boiling point on Tuesday night, not helped by a second half collapse which saw Liverpool pile on the agony for the beleaguered boss. Certain sections of Molineux have always been regarded as a theatre of hate, calls for the gaffer's head a regular occurrence, but the ground as one seeming to rise in acceptance that things would soon have to change ....


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Wolves 2 Aston Villa 3

    Mick McCarthy must now be wondering if he may be able to call on the spirit of Stan Cullis as he looks to lead Wolves through what is rapidly developing into quite a rough patch-  the side which had started at Tottenham prior to the midweek FA Cup replay embarrassment against Birmingham City named to take the field for this latest cross- city derby. Following the laying of a ....


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Wolves 0 Birmingham City 1

      A much-changed Wolves side crashed out of the FA Cup on Wednesday evening- Christophe Berra, skipper for the evening, was the only survivor from the team which had started the league outing against Tottenham Hotspur. In the early exchanges, David Murphy looked to take advantage of this seeming nonchalance with a cross which Berra was well positioned to clear, a Stephen ....


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Tottenham Hotspur 1 Wolves 1

      Wolves took an unlikely point from their trip to White Hart Lane this afternoon- and could have had all three but for Luka Modric. Five changes were made from the team which had started at Birmingham City in the FA Cup- but the hosts were quicker in trying to seize the initiative, Modric firing just wide from a Kyle Walker cross and both Christophe Berra and Benoit ....


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Birmingham City 0 Wolves 0

  Fans of both sides saw little to make them choke on their sandwiches in the lunchtime FA Cup kick-off at St Andrews. The visitors made four changes from their last league outing- Dorus De Vries named in goal, while Sylvan Ebanks-Blake and Michael Kightly, fresh from a loan spell at Watford, coming in for Wayne Hennessey, David Edwards and Emmanuel Frimpong- with a debut for Eggert ....


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Wolves 1 Chelsea 2

  Only a late Frank Lampard strike stopped Wolves taking a proud New Year point from the visit of Chelsea. With the visitors seemingly in disarray by their own lofty standards, five changes were made to the side which had started at Bolton as loanee Emmanuel Frimpong, David Edwards, Anthony Forde, Kevin Doyle and Adam Hammill replaced George Elokobi, Sylvan Ebanks-Blake, Steven Fletcher, ....


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Bolton Wanderers 1 Wolves 1

      A third draw on the bounce meant Wolves would be heading back to the Midlands from Lancashire maybe somewhat unsure of what exactly 2012 has in store. Three changes were made from the Boxing Day draw at Arsenal as Ronald Zubar, Nenad Miljas and Kevin Doyle made way for Richard Stearman, George Elokobi and Sylvan Ebanks-Blake, 2,500 travelling fans settling in for what ....


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Arsenal 1 Wolves 1

  Wolves proved themselves more than capable in taking a point at the Emirates Stadium, capping the festive season with a stalemate which ultimately does the visitors more good than Arsene Wenger and his men. Just one change was made from the side which had started the Christmas period as Anthony Forde was given a full debut in place of Sylvan Ebanks-Blake, who was relegated back to the ....


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