WHO Poll
Q: 2018/19 Wolves (H)
a. At last we have a win now let's make it two, Win
48%
  
b. A win against 10 men and two leagues below us is fine, but this will be much harder I'll take a point, Draw
13%
  
c. Who are we kidding, a win against Wimbledon and all is rosy, forget it we're getting our arses kicked in this one, Lose
30%
  
d. It's at times like these when you really do miss Love Island
2%
  
e. I was all over this game until I found out it's not on the box, the broadcasting companies really don't care about us hard core fans do they, I might pop off to Thorpe Park for the day instead, obviously in my WHU shirt
8%
  



Admiral Lard 2:59 Sun Jul 15
Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
To be honest I had forgotten we'd only loaned Snodgrass to Villa, now he is back in the fold.

Pellegrini has played him in both preseason fixtures to date, against Wycombe he showed all the failings of previous outings shying over when it seemed easier to score.

Does Robert stand a chance of making the cut in our much enlarged and improved squad or are we getting him fit to sell?

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dicksie3 5:21 Sun Aug 19
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
He did okay but I can't quite work out how he started the game over the likes of Yarmolenko and even Perez.

He's a top-six Championship player, for me.

El Scorchio 5:17 Sun Aug 19
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
I’d have him in the team over both Anderson and Antonio from what I’ve seen so far from each of them this season.

Billremfrey 2:19 Sun Aug 19
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Huffers 1:47 Sun Aug

Him mistake led to the first goal. If he had been on the left, I don't think he would've made that kind of mistake. He is not good enough to play on his wrong side.

He's not good enough to play in his right side either.

Huffers 1:47 Sun Aug 19
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Him mistake led to the first goal. If he had been on the left, I don't think he would've made that kind of mistake. He is not good enough to play on his wrong side.

Any defender will know that with him running towards them, he will have to cut inside and not run down the line, makes it so much easier to defend.

We've been doing it for years, Downing, Jarvis etc. Probably Anderson & Yarmolenko are good enough to do it.

Full Claret Jacket 1:22 Sun Aug 19
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Thought he had a good game yesterday. Didn't hide, made some good runs and linked up play. Offered support to Zabeleta on that side.
I agree Yarmolenko is the more talented player but I'm guessing we are building up his fitness as he recovers from injury. No point pushing him early and him being out for weeks.

Sven Roeder 1:13 Sun Aug 19
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
I admire the way he has bounced back and worked hard ..... but .... if he is in our team we have serious problems.
Presume now that Yarmolenko is fit he will start v Arsenal.
I was in favour of moving a whole bunch of players on and adding more pace and energy and yesterday showed why.

Boycie 12:03 Sun Aug 19
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
what I mean would have been stronger with Snod on the left and let Anderson wander around doing whatever he was supposed to be doing elsewhere on the pitch. Snod and arthur would have opened up the left every time

Boycie 12:02 Sun Aug 19
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
only has a left foot played on the right Anderson appears to be two footed played on the left (well walked around and sulked a lot). Pell is either a genius or doesnt give a damn.

4ever-blowin-bubbles 11:48 Sun Aug 19
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
he played well against bournemouth but that doesn't mean he should start i think he will make a good squad player

GreenStreetPlayer 11:44 Sun Aug 19
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Especially in midfield seems as a pre requisite to be in the Prem you need pace, power and a good engine.
The likes of Noble and Snodgrass just don't stand up to this and makes them Championship players. Fills me with dread to see what we haven't got when we come up against teams.
How on earth is Snodgrass going to take us to a new level, beggars belief.
We really have a big problem in midfield. Our players are just not athletically able to cope and compete in this area.

Norflundon 9:45 Sat Aug 18
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Awful player how the fuck he’s starting over Yarmolenko is truly baffling

GreenStreetPlayer 9:39 Sat Aug 18
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
If we were meant to push on this year I can't for the life of me understand why Snodgrass is anywhere near the team, let alone playing.

Huffers 9:39 Sat Aug 18
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
If he is going to play then he needs to be on his correct side.

Roeder-nowhere 8:10 Sat Aug 18
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Has the desire but not enough ability

Mex Martillo 8:01 Sat Aug 18
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Played very well as a sub against City. I did not notice him much today. I think he has more desire to win than many in our squad.
I think he could do a good job for us this year.

Roeder-nowhere 7:47 Sat Aug 18
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Snoddy likes being the big fish in a smal pond, so her performs at Hull and a championship side. Should have got shot of him
even if another loan. Can’t understand why we buy all these players and don’t play them. Yarmolanky, Perez, Sanchez, Diop don’t get a look in...

gph 6:44 Sat Aug 18
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Anderson and Snodgrass looked like different players in the second half - and not in a good way.

mongo 6:41 Sat Aug 18
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Huffed and puffed but was pants as usual

tr3bor 6:03 Sat Aug 18
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
That goal was not his fault entirely....5 other players best by one man

Admiral Lard 6:01 Sat Aug 18
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
and then he gives the ball away for Bournemouth to score

gph 5:38 Sat Aug 18
Re: Robert Snodgrass, an unlikely contributor to the forthcoming season?
Snodgrass is looking like his spell at Villa has done marvels.

Perhaps we should've sent Fernandes there...

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