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Thread: Magpies Matchday thread

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    Magpies Matchday thread

    All we need is a routine win. Nothing fancy, just the three points.

    Come on mi Babbies!!

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    No streams for this game. Any one know a way to follow it?

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    Found one, no sound, just in time to see Almiron waltz through our defence from the half way line and shoot just wide!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WOODLANDSWOLF View Post
    Found one, no sound, just in time to see Almiron waltz through our defence from the half way line and shoot just wide!
    Oh crap, it was just a teaser, now it's asking me for 25euro! Barstewards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WOODLANDSWOLF View Post
    Oh crap, it was just a teaser, now it's asking me for 25euro! Barstewards.
    Oh $hit! Now he has scored apparently.

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    Just checked in with Tim Spiers and we have bloody equalized, 1-1, Donkeydonger!!!!

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    Have to run, good luck with the second half.

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    H.T. 1-1 We have had the lions share of possession in the first half, but somehow have not really put it to good use. I still think we can win this one, although my 3-1 prediction might be asking too much. COYW !!!

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    FT. 1-1. Another frustrating night for Wolves in a game they should have won. We had plenty of possession, but seemed to lack sufficient creativity in the second half to break down a stubborn Newcastle defence. Two magnificent saves by the Newcastle 'keeper during the game surely deprived us of three valuable points. Steve Bruce, I'm sure, will be very happy to have salvaged a point.....Nuno less so.

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    Newcastle and their fans celebrated as if they had won the cup when the final whistle went. Which is testament to what the club have risen to, we are now an established top Premiership side.

    The Magpies came for a point and managed to leave with one. They led with a well taken goal and were pressing us hard high up the pitch. Bruce must have been furious with our equaliser, as the corner dropped to an unmarked Donk. Then the Toon time wasting started , throw ins, corners and goal kicks were taking an age and players were going down under the pretence of injury. Typical Steve Bruce tactics. The second half started with the visitors deploying two banks of five in defence and we just hadn't the ability to break them down

    In the midst of all this, the referee was having a shocker. The home crowd were becoming incensed as decisions were being overturned, and the Wolves players were becoming agitated by his ineptitude.

    The visitors had their keeper to thank for keeping the score at 1-1 with at least two goal line stops, while another goal bound effort was cleared of the line. We do miss Jota for this type of game, a game where we come up against teams who park the bus. They manned up against Traore and were not amiss at committing a foul if it meant stopping an attack. Despite all the probing by Neves and Moutinho we just could not get the ***** second goal.

    It was Huddersfield and Brighton all over again. I suppose we must now wait to see what Jems the transfer window can throw up.

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