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Lessons from today

Discussion in 'Molineux Mix Archive' started by Floydstreet, Apr 6, 2015.

  1. Floydstreet

    Floydstreet Has a lot to say

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    Great win but some lessons to remember

    - don't get over confident and over play when winning 3-1
    - front three are magic
    - team are committed and together
    - Edwards is a great pro and option
    - you can hoof it clear when under pressure boys
    - you can't take it past iorfa
    - we have to stay positive as there will be ups and downs and twists and turns ( don't panic mr mannering)
    - in Kenny we trust

    Well done boys, great easter
     
  2. Netherton Wolf

    Netherton Wolf Moderator

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    After today I know just how much I love this team :)
     
  3. DasWolf

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    Don't get complacent. GD may make the difference at the end. I don't care if you're 5-0 up, you see the game out and respect the opposition.

    Stop trying stylish **** when you repeatedly mess it up. Play the simple ball. I'm looking at you in particular here Henry.

    If in doubt, kick it out.

    Look at what Danny did for the OG. Then do the complete opposite.
     
  4. sheffwolf

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    Batth and McDonald don't have a left foot between them.
     
  5. Pessimistic Wolf

    Pessimistic Wolf Just doesn't shut up

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    Team spirit is really high. McDonald was the perfect litmus test for this: he made a shocker for the first goal and his performance really waned for the ensuing 45 minutes or so - his head had obviously dropped. Yet he turned his performance around to move up the pitch and become a more attacking threat (which is key to our success), finally getting the assist for the winner!
     
  6. Kent_wolves_29

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    That was so evident when Kmac was in on goal and took the ball towards the only part of the pitch with defenders in!
    Very professional performance in the end - we didn't panic. I knew we were going to score and I don't generally have those feelings when watching Wolves.
     
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