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51 Re: Wolves - BSC on Wed Dec 11 2013, 23:36

So how did knight and brown do? Either of them make a case for starting on Saturday?

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52 Re: Wolves - BSC on Wed Dec 11 2013, 23:54

PhilC wrote:So how did knight and brown do? Either of them make a case for starting on Saturday?

No,not remotely.

Knight was totally anonymous and Brown did marginally better.

As a partnership think of……………Morecambe and Saunders.

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53 Re: Wolves - BSC on Thu Dec 12 2013, 09:44

as usual devil i dont know how you can say that knight and brown didnt play well. i thought knight in particular gets the ball down well and looks to pass he is also physically strong and has good ball control, were you at the game or are you somewhat blinkered.
agree that brown still needs some games before judgement is passed, but for me they didnt do much wrong.
it was good to see a healthy crowd hope we get the same on saturday.

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54 Re: Wolves - BSC on Thu Dec 12 2013, 11:04

rasam wrote:as usual devil i dont know how you can say that knight and brown didnt play well. i thought knight in particular gets the ball down well and looks to pass he is also physically strong and has good ball control, were you at the game or are you somewhat blinkered.
agree that brown still needs some games before judgement is passed, but for me they didnt do much wrong.
it was good to see a healthy crowd hope we get the same on saturday.


It's called "having an opinion".

You're welcome to have a dig at me as usual but could you use capital letters in the right places please.

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55 Re: Wolves - BSC on Thu Dec 12 2013, 13:38

quite rite abat me gramar, at least you got that right. actully not having a go at you as i find your threads generally very interesting, just not quite sure about your football knowledge on players sometimes as i thought they both did ok on tuesday.

I do agree however that it is about opinions and i do respect you for that. onwards and upwards. keep smiling Very Happy Very Happy 

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56 Re: Wolves - BSC on Thu Dec 12 2013, 14:07

Thought both of them did well in the first half as their young defenders struggled with their physical presence. They faded somewhat in the second half though.

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57 Re: Wolves - BSC on Thu Dec 12 2013, 14:40

rasam wrote:quite rite abat me gramar, at least you got that right. actully not having a go at you as i find your threads generally very interesting, just not quite sure about your football knowledge on players sometimes as i thought they both did ok on tuesday.

I do agree  however that it is about opinions and i do respect you for that. onwards and upwards. keep smiling Very Happy Very Happy 

My "football knowledge" is just fine thanks.

They were two grown men playing against a back four who were basically kids,i thought that the Wolves youngster's dealt with them very well and were technically far better than our two forward's,it was merely the physicality of our team compared to Wolves that made the difference.

I think a Mark Bellingham in his pomp or a 90 minute Luke Benbow would have caused them a lot more problems.

As an Albion fan i have to say i was more impressed with these Wolves youngster's than i have been with the Albion's youngster's who have visited Amblecote,though it pain's me to say it!

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58 Re: Wolves - BSC on Thu Dec 12 2013, 15:56

Devil sort your apostrophes out son!

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59 Re: Wolves - BSC on Thu Dec 12 2013, 16:00

UlsterJim wrote:Devil sort your apostrophes out son!


Use of the exclamation mark is apparently a sign of low intelligence Jim :-)

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60 Re: Wolves - BSC on Thu Dec 12 2013, 16:42

Devil's Advocate wrote:
UlsterJim wrote:Devil sort your apostrophes out son!


Use of the exclamation mark is apparently a sign of low intelligence Jim :-)

You would know lol.

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61 Re: Wolves - BSC on Thu Dec 12 2013, 16:44

Apologies for the nokia speak Devil, or whatever it's called these days.

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62 Re: Wolves - BSC on Thu Dec 12 2013, 17:03

UlsterJim wrote:
Devil's Advocate wrote:
UlsterJim wrote:Devil sort your apostrophes out son!


Use of the exclamation mark is apparently a sign of low intelligence Jim :-)

You would know lol.

Remember my little Irish friend,it is YOU who left your country to come to my fair country to learn to read and almost write correctly.

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63 Re: Wolves - BSC on Fri Dec 13 2013, 09:18

Devil's Advocate wrote:
UlsterJim wrote:
Devil's Advocate wrote:
UlsterJim wrote:Devil sort your apostrophes out son!


Use of the exclamation mark is apparently a sign of low intelligence Jim :-)

You would know lol.

Remember my little Irish friend,it is YOU who left your country to come to my fair country to learn to read and almost write correctly.

Ah Devil let me educate you England is no longer a country it is a region within a country "The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland"

England ceased to be a country when the original Act of Union was passed.

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64 Re: Wolves - BSC on Fri Dec 13 2013, 12:19

UlsterJim wrote:
Devil's Advocate wrote:
UlsterJim wrote:
Devil's Advocate wrote:
UlsterJim wrote:Devil sort your apostrophes out son!


Use of the exclamation mark is apparently a sign of low intelligence Jim :-)

You would know lol.

Remember my little Irish friend,it is YOU who left your country to come to my fair country to learn to read and almost write correctly.

Ah Devil let me educate you England is no longer a country it is a region within a country "The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland"

England ceased to be a country when the original Act of Union was passed.

Cheers for the history lesson Jim.

More to the point…..have you learned how to spell Arlesey yet? :-)

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65 Re: Wolves - BSC on Fri Dec 13 2013, 12:38

Devil's Advocate wrote:
UlsterJim wrote:
Devil's Advocate wrote:
UlsterJim wrote:
Devil's Advocate wrote:
UlsterJim wrote:Devil sort your apostrophes out son!


Use of the exclamation mark is apparently a sign of low intelligence Jim :-)

You would know lol.

Remember my little Irish friend,it is YOU who left your country to come to my fair country to learn to read and almost write correctly.

Ah Devil let me educate you England is no longer a country it is a region within a country "The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland"

England ceased to be a country when the original Act of Union was passed.

Cheers for the history lesson Jim.

More to the point…..have you learned how to spell Arlesey yet?  :-)

No I can't be Arlsed. ;-)

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66 Re: Wolves - BSC on Fri Dec 13 2013, 12:47

UlsterJim wrote:
Devil's Advocate wrote:
UlsterJim wrote:
Devil's Advocate wrote:
UlsterJim wrote:
Devil's Advocate wrote:
UlsterJim wrote:Devil sort your apostrophes out son!


Use of the exclamation mark is apparently a sign of low intelligence Jim :-)

You would know lol.

Remember my little Irish friend,it is YOU who left your country to come to my fair country to learn to read and almost write correctly.

Ah Devil let me educate you England is no longer a country it is a region within a country "The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland"

England ceased to be a country when the original Act of Union was passed.

Cheers for the history lesson Jim.

More to the point…..have you learned how to spell Arlesey yet?  :-)

No I can't be Arlsed. ;-)


LOL….Love it Jimbo.

See you tomorrow mate………..hope you haven't made any joint Stourbridge/Arlesey scarves,can't see them being a "must have" stocking filler!?

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