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Wolves: Top Of League...
Started by: jarvo (28125)  Report abuse
...12 points clear as I speak.

Happy days ToyTown.


Posted by: jarvo (28125)  Report abuse
March Of The Mods...



COYW!

Posted by: 0 years (2872) Report abuse
It's great to see Wolves marching back towards the Premier League.

A club with a unique identity which will bring much to the top flight.

Hopefully it will happen.

Is the away section still the lower tier along the side? I remember it being a bit hairy with the home fans above us in days gone by.

Posted by: jarvo (28125)  Report abuse
Yes, unfortunately. But there will be more developments to Molineux soon.

Watch this space.

Posted by: 0 years (2872) Report abuse
Just by chance, and I have only just realised, I suspect that I have an affinity to Wolves as I was born on a street called "Molyneux" Street.

Then again, I grew up on a "Maine" Road!

Posted by: bridger (inactive) Report abuse
You'd be better asking someone who goes.

Posted by: jarvo (28125)  Report abuse
You're on your final warning, Tom.

Don't push it.

Posted by: bridger (inactive) Report abuse


Poor snowflake just staggered in with a bit of brave juice making him cock of the world. Let's ask Mal how brave you really are.

Posted by: bassman (3591) Report abuse
Who in Wiggin gives a toss about a yoyo team from the Midlands.....

Posted by: broady (13170)   Report abuse
Pemís answer to the Bard.

Posted by: peawapp (4912)  Report abuse
bassman
nobody in Leyth gives a toss either ,just thought I'd mention it

Posted by: fossil (6611) Report abuse
Wolves are a decent team thatís for sure.

Posted by: chatty (5885)  Report abuse
Can't believe you haven't lived in De Trafford Drive, Ince at some point 0 years seeing what you've told us in the past.

Posted by: 0 years (2872) Report abuse
Life is full of surprises Chatty.

However, it's no surprise that De Trafford Drive, Ince, isn't in Manchester either.

Just like it's namesakes in Alderley Edge and Stretford.

Posted by: chatty (5885)  Report abuse
Thought you'd left those small minded jibes (not from Manchester, biggest pitch etc) behind now you are a "big" club.

Posted by: 0 years (2872) Report abuse
I know, I was really scraping the retort barrel there!

Posted by: 0 years (2872) Report abuse
BTW, don't forget the flood lights.

Posted by: chatty (5885)  Report abuse
Well done.

Posted by: chatty (5885)  Report abuse
For posting without editing I mean.

Posted by: 0 years (2872) Report abuse
I was going to edit the space between flood and lights but resisted. The therapy is working don't you know.

Damn, I just edited the word "gap" to "space", so maybe it isn't working after all!

Posted by: beep54 (979) Report abuse
Jarvo enjoy hopefully another 3 points today

Posted by: jarvo (28125)  Report abuse
Tough game, Beep, and Preston thought they were playing rugby.

A good point despite that.



We had the whole of the Shankly Kop. Great atmosphere.

Posted by: beep54 (979) Report abuse
Yes it was a good point, pleased you enjoyed watching your lads

Posted by: jarvo (28125)  Report abuse
Nearly there...

Where are all the doubters now?



COYW!

 
 
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