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Loyal Wolves Loyal
02-02-2012, 16:36
Needing to WIN at DW stadium vs Wigan on last day of the season to stay up would you taken that scenario now?

Edgmond Wolf
02-02-2012, 16:37
needing to win at dw stadium vs wigan on last day of the season to stay up would you taken that scenario now?


yes

Big Mack
02-02-2012, 16:40
Yes.

So far Morgan is making good on his promise that we won't go through the wringer on the last day again as we'll be done by the end of March.

Hoganstolemywife
02-02-2012, 16:41
Yep. I'd fancy us to win away from home more than at the Mol.

Dewsburywolf
02-02-2012, 16:46
It'll make the Player of the Season Presentation the week before a bit of an anti climax

MonkeySpanner
02-02-2012, 17:16
Well that could be the scenario again but I would take it.

Then sack Mick, get Houghton in straight away and a new coach along side him and start again.

wolf97
02-02-2012, 17:29
I have no choice but to say yes, although we were promised that that would not happen again.

Dewsburywolf
02-02-2012, 17:50
Then sack Mick, get Houghton in straight away and a new coach along side him and start again.

What makes you think Ray Houghton would make a better job than McCarthy has? Who exactly has he managed?


Unless you're being incredibly thick of course

UEAwolf
02-02-2012, 17:53
Probably means Hughton.

Unless he's a fan of Houghton's input into the latest FM of course.

Bend It Like Dennison
02-02-2012, 18:11
Wheres the 'Id rip your $$$$ing hand off for that' option??

WV8 Wolf
02-02-2012, 18:29
As long as it secured premiership survival then yes

MonkeySpanner
02-02-2012, 18:31
What makes you think Ray Houghton would make a better job than McCarthy has? Who exactly has he managed?


Unless you're being incredibly thick of course

Oh I'm thick because I made a suggestion for a manager when Mick has gone. He did well at Newcastle and under the surcumatances doing well at Birmingham and is a realistic target.

I could of said Murino but hey, who could say he would do any better than Mick.

Dewsburywolf
02-02-2012, 18:35
Oh I'm thick because I made a suggestion for a manager when Mick has gone.

Ray Houghton isn't a manager :confused: :confused:

He did well at Newcastle and under the surcumatances doing well at Birmingham and is a realistic target.

That would be Chris Hughton


I could of said Murino but hey, who could say he would do any better than Mick.

I'm not even going there regarding Chelsea's ex manager. Presuming that's who you mean in your last sentence

MonkeySpanner
02-02-2012, 18:54
Its Chris Hughton I mean

Edgmond Wolf
02-02-2012, 18:55
Its Chris Hughton I mean


He knew, hes pedantic and was pulling yer plonker :D

Dewsburywolf
02-02-2012, 18:58
He knew, hes pedantic and was pulling yer plonker :D

I did try to warn him with my "unless you're being incredibly thick" addition but .................................................. ..... :wavey:

MonkeySpanner
02-02-2012, 18:59
Consider it pulled. :eek:

Golden_Wolf
02-02-2012, 19:00
As long as we stay up I don't care how we do it.

3 teams could get some kind of ridiculous point deduction and I'd be just as happy.

Premiership survival is all I care about right now.

Edgmond Wolf
02-02-2012, 19:00
Consider it pulled. :eek:


It made me laugh anyway, you will watch out for Dews next time :D

Dewsburywolf
02-02-2012, 19:13
you will watch out for Dews next time :D


I was going to make some comment about keeping the Republic of Ireland connections going but considering both Houghton & Hughton played for them decided against it

Edgmond Wolf
02-02-2012, 19:23
i was going to make some comment about keeping the republic of ireland connections going but considering both houghton & hughton played for them decided against it


:d

Hamlet
02-02-2012, 20:13
Yeah, why not? If we can't beat Wigan when it matters the utmost most then do we really deserve to stay in this league?

I'd imagine they'd already have been relegated by then too so they'd have nothing to fight for!

Burton Wolf
02-02-2012, 23:18
All day long

Wexford Wolf
03-02-2012, 00:37
i said at the start of the season, when most on here were licking their lips relishing a midtable or top half finish that we would yet again be involved in a relegation dogfight. I rememeber some body on here commenting on a thread "We look kinda good" after our first few games. i know not a wild statment in itself but i felt it had a "sure this will be a handy season for us" undertone to it. I hoped this sentiment would not come back to bite us in the behind but was not holding my breath.

I have always said that if we still had a chance of survival come 3 or 4 games to go that we would get out of it. I would gladly take a chance on having to win on the last day to stay up.

I believe that Wolves can do it....
(By Wolves i mean the players, the management and the fans all playing their roles effectively...)

It's Mixu Paatelainen
03-02-2012, 01:48
I feel that Wigan would probably beat us, which would relegate us anyway. So I'll take a gamble and say 'No'. Que Sera Sera.

crasm98
03-02-2012, 08:08
If were in that situation again, SM should go

Scallywolf
03-02-2012, 08:50
What a match it could be.

Wigan may need to win to stay up as well as us!

Japan Wulf
03-02-2012, 11:04
I'll be very pleasantly surprised if we are not already relegated before the last game. I also think both Wigan and us being in the same position is an exceedingly fanciful idea.

Wolves in Limerick
03-02-2012, 11:13
Survival is what I want, don't care how, don't care when.