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    Wolves pre season

    Won against Alaves 4-0 with Max Kilman scoring a Maradonaesque '86 goal to finish it

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    Join Date
    May 2011

    Highlights of the match. Good to see Neto score as well.

    Played Levante earlier today. Replay of that here: https://youtu.be/8uDzw7kSfdA

    Mosquera was given a red card in the first half after he was unhappy with an opposing playerís challenge on the sideline and getting into a bit of a scuffle. Couldnít see exactly what happened as the camera was blocked by some of the standís structure. The other player was given a red as well. Toti Gomes scored in the 82nd minute but Wolves lose 2-1.

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    Feb 2010
    Considering this was supposed to be a practice match, some tackles from the opposition left a lot to be desired. The Referee was week and Levante took full advantage, kicking lumps out of our young players. The referee eventually finished the game about five minutes early. I don't think Levante will be on the Wolves Christmas Card list.

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    May 2011
    3-0 before halftime against Besiktas. Their keeper has had a nightmare but a deserved lead

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    Full time in a short practice game against Villareal B side.

    Mosquera scored in a 2-1 loss.

    Nice to see him back, will be like having a new signing.

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