Dances With Wolves

Posted on March 22, 2012  by Bricki  in Bricki, Man United, Match Reports, Premier League, Wolves   1 Comment »

Author: Bricki

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The weekend saw United travel to the Midlands to take on the Wolves and I was one of the lucky few able to get a ticket and support the team. As a way to spend the time on the coach constructively (well more constructively than reading the Sunday papers) I decided to pen a little diary of the day…

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Podcast: Berba and Fletcher’s uncertain futures, singing section, and City cracking?

Authors: Doron and Phil

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After Beyond The Pitch and Stretford-End.com recorded their first podcast last week, here follows the second! Topics discussed range from post-match discussions to the Reserves to the atmosphere at games.

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Talking Points: Manchester United 4-1 Wolverhampton Wanderers

Posted on December 13, 2011  by Stretford-end  in Doron, Man United, Match Reports, Premier League, Wolves   3 Comments »

Wayne Rooney goal

Authors: Stretford_End and Doron

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Manchester United put their 2-1 defeat to FC Basle behind them with a 4-1 victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers to close the gap on Manchester City at the top of the Premier League table. Ryan Giggs, Ashley Young and Ji-Sung Park all dropped to the bench and were replaced by Michael Carrick, Danny Welbeck and Antonio Valencia. Wayne Rooney and Luis Nani scored two goals a piece as United scored more than three goals since the 5-0 thrashing of Bolton Wanderers earlier in the season.

Below, we discuss the talking points from Manchester United 4-1 Wolverhampton Wanderers.

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Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-1 Manchester United Talking Points

Posted on February 05, 2011  by nameonthetrophy  in Doron, Man United, Match Reports, Premier League, Wolves   3 Comments »

Elokobi equalises

AUTHOR: – Doron

So this is what a league defeat feels like?! First off, massive credit to Wolves for putting in a really good display – the purpose of this piece is obviously to analyse what United did right or wrong so the lack of focus on what Wolves did right shouldn’t take anything away from how they played. Talk of unbeaten records can now be put to bed. Despite taking an early lead through a great Nani strike, Wolves twice hit back in the first half with headed goals. A defeat away from home almost felt overdue but few would have predicted it would have come today; where did United go wrong then?

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Wolverhampton Wanderers vs. Manchester United Match Preview

Posted on February 05, 2011  by nameonthetrophy  in Doron, Man United, Match Previews, Wolves   No Comments »

Scholes vs. Wolves
AUTHOR: – Doron

This match-up at Moleneuax pits the league’s bottom side against the league’s top team. Wolves have lost their last three games whereas United are on a run of three straight wins. That said Wolves are playing far from badly and few will forget how tough it was for United to win 1-0 at Wolves last season.

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Manchester United 2-1 Wolverhampton Wanderers

Posted on November 06, 2010  by Yolkie  in Man United, Match Reports, Premier League, Wolves   2 Comments »

Ji Sung Park struck 2 goals, one in injury time, to snatch three points on a special anniversary for the club after visitors Wolverhampton Wanderers looked all set to take a well deserved share of the spoils.

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Manchester United vs. Wolves Match Preview (PL)

Posted on November 05, 2010  by nameonthetrophy  in Doron, Man United, Match Previews, Premier League, Wolves   6 Comments »

Chicharito

This all seems a bit strange, didn’t we do this one just recently? Yep, Wolves are back at Old Trafford just 11 days after coming for the fourth round of the Carling Cup. This one is a league game that *shock horror* is at three o’clock on a Saturday – a welcome return to normality, hopefully as the result will be too.

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Manchester United 3-2 Wolves Match Report

Posted on October 26, 2010  by Yolkie  in League Cup, Man United, Match Reports, Wolves   2 Comments »

Bebe scored his first goal for the club and Chicharito continued his elevation to hero status with a winner from the bench as holders Manchester United progressed to the quarter finals of the Carling Cup. Both of Wolves’ full backs had brought the visitors level in front of a jaw dropping attendance (for all the wrong reasons), either side of a Ji Sung Park goal, but it was the small Mexican who added to his ever growing reputation.

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Manchester United vs. Wolves Match Preview

Posted on October 25, 2010  by nameonthetrophy  in Doron, League Cup, Man United, Match Previews, Wolves   6 Comments »

Welbeck

United’s defence of the Carling Cup continues with a home tie against Wolves in the fourth round. United are expected to name an entirely different starting XI to the team that finally won away from home at Stoke on Sunday. Wolves have had to beat Southend and Notts County to get this far so will expect a far tougher test at Old Trafford on Tuesday.

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Wolverhampton Wanderers 0-1 Manchester United

Posted on March 06, 2010  by Yolkie  in Man United, Match Reports, Premier League, Wolves   No Comments »

Scholes Scores

Paul Scholes scored a landmark goal to give Premier League Champions Manchester United a crucial (if unconvincing) three points against division struggliers Wolves at Molineux. The United legend’s 100th league goal for the club returned them to the top of the league.

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