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steveiron64 5:05 Sun Dec 31
Bristol City 1 Wolves 2 yesterday
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D9oe2q-LvpE

1) Do you think the Wolves player should have seen red .... foot on he ground all the way.

2) Should the BC keeper have seen red? Does he actually touch the Wolves player.

3) Check the old fella at 5:06 - in a red and white scarf looking cheesed off at the Wolves boss celebration ... Happy New Year one and all.

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Hermit Road 1:57 Mon Jan 1
Re: Bristol City 1 Wolves 2 yesterday
1. Yes. Lost control and a straight, locked leg with studs showing breaks a leg pretty easily.

2. Borderline, could be justified as a red or yellow. Striker made sure there was contact, but the goalie shouldn’t have been there.

3. Fair play to the old boy, should’ve chinned him.

jack flash 10:47 Sun Dec 31
Re: Bristol City 1 Wolves 2 yesterday
My old school mate has supported Wolves as long as I've supported West Ham, which is about 55 years, so we've followed the fortunes of our respective clubs for a long time!

Wolves have been in the doldrums for many years but are now certainly on the way back up

A well run club with a brilliant manager

No way was the Wolves players challenge a red card. It was a rather robust (but not rash) challenge. One foot was on the ground & he got the ball with the other one. I'm not convinced it was even a foul

I thought the Bristol City goalie was outside his area & played the man, denying a clear goal-scoring opportunity. Red card, no argument

Nuno had every right to celebrate the win & the bloke in the red & white scarfs reaction was pure bad sportsmanship

It was a cracking match, much more entertaining than most premium matches

Neither side would be out of place in the top division

terry-h 10:27 Sun Dec 31
Re: Bristol City 1 Wolves 2 yesterday
Wolves manager Nuno whatshisface has put a terrific side together. Man City couldn't score against them in 120 minutes before winning on penalties in the League Cup.
If he doesn't get poached in the summer by a bigger club, it will be interesting to see how he does in the PL next season. One thing for sure,the players know who is boss and take no liberties with him.

Sven Roeder 7:05 Sun Dec 31
Re: Bristol City 1 Wolves 2 yesterday
1. No
2. Yes. Brought him down and would have rolled it into an empty net
3. Excellent. Seems a passionate manager and if they didn’t want to see him celebrate in the stands perhaps they shouldn’t have bleated to have him sent there when he stepped into the opposing technical area.

w4hammer 6:08 Sun Dec 31
Re: Bristol City 1 Wolves 2 yesterday

1) Do you think the Wolves player should have seen red .... foot on he ground all the way.
No- it was ok- its only when the bristol player does a triple roll through the air that it looks anything

2) Should the BC keeper have seen red? Does he actually touch the Wolves player.

no- again, I think he played for it and was a soft penalty for the ref
3) Check the old fella at 5:06 - in a red and white scarf looking cheesed off at the Wolves boss celebration ... Happy New Year one and all.

Was a cracking game- expect we might miss them both next year if they come up ...





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