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Wolves should be on the right track

Discussion in 'Molineux Mix Archive' started by Tarcisio Mifsud, Dec 1, 2008.

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  1. Tarcisio Mifsud

    Tarcisio Mifsud Just doesn't shut up

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    Let us go back to some statistics, which confirm that our team should be on the right track as the past records have shown in most cases:-
    All information refer to end of November.
    2007/2008 - 1. Watford played 18 - 36 points - 2. Albions 18 - 34 - 8. Stoke 18 - 27 - 9. Hull - 18 - 26. Final placings - 1.Albions - 81 points, 2. - Stoke - 79, 3. Hull - 75 (promoted through play-offs)

    2006/2007 - 1. Preston played 20 - 38 points, 2. Cardiff 20 - 37, 3. Blues 20 - 37, 4. Derby 20 - 37, 14. Sunderland - 20 - 27. Final placings 1. Sunderland - 88 points, 2. Blues - 86, 3. Derby - 84 (promoted through play-offs)

    2005/2006 - 1. Reading played 21 - 50 points, 2. Blades 21 - 46, 3. Watford 21- 37. Final placings -1. Reading 106 points, 2. Blades - 90, 3. Watford - 81 (promoted through play - offs)

    2004/2005 - 1.Ipswich played 21 - 42 points, 2. Wigan 21 - 41, 3. Sunderland 21 - 40, 4. West Ham 21 - 34. Final placings 1. Sunderland 94 points, 2. Wigan - 87, 6. West Ham 73 (promoted through play-offs)

    2003/2004 - 1. Albions - played 20 - 40 points, 2. Norwich 21 - 39, 19. Palace 20 - 22; Final placings - 1. Norwich - 94 points, 2. Albions - 86, 6. Palace - 73 (promoted through play-offs)

    2002/2003 - 1. Portsmouth played 21 - 51 points, 2. Leicester 21 - 44, 8. Wolves 20 - 33; Final placings 1. Portsmouth - 98 points, 2. Leicester - 92, 5. Wolves - 76 (promoted through play-offs)

    2001/2002 - 1. Wolves played 20 - 41 points, 2. Burnley 21 - 40, 3. Norwich 21 - 36, 5. Albions 20 - 35 - 8. Man. City 19 - 33, Blues 21 - 30. Final placings 1. Man. City - 99 points, 2. Albions - 89, 3. Wolves - 86, 5. Blues 76 (promoted through play-offs)

    2000/2001 - 1. Fulham played 19 - 48 points, 2. Watford 18 - 39, Blues 19 -37, 6. Bolton 20 - 36, 8. Blackburn 19 - 34. Final placings 1. Fulham - 101 points, 2. Blackburn - 91, 3. Bolton - 87 (promoted through the play-offs).

    This season Wolves have played 20 and have 47 points - Blues 20 - 41 and Reading 19 - 34 which may go up to 37 with the game in hand being played tonight.

    As one can see there was no case where a team sitting in the top and having so much points as Wolves have at present and then faltered. When Wolves did not make it in season 2001/2002 at this stage they had only 41 points with 20 matches and they lost the second place with 3 points, so with 6 points more in this season, this should not recur as the light with the third team is 13 this morning and may go down to 10 points tonight.
     
  2. Kenny-11

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    and until West Brom did it, no team bottom of the Prem at Christmas had escaped relegation.

    Previous stats mean jack all. Different year/players/situation.
    Last year a pathetic amount of points won the league, this season that amount will probably get you 4th place about 12 points off the top 2.
     
  3. Bumbamuffin

    Bumbamuffin Just doesn't shut up

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    He spent ages doing that you selfish $$$$.
     
  4. Kenny-11

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    :d
     

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