24/04/19 | Wolves 3-1 Arsenal | Premier League

Re: 24/04/19 | Wolves vs Arsenal | Premier League

Postby starmandb » Thu Apr 25, 2019 8:44 pm

Jase89 wrote:This sums up how shit we are and how embarrassing this scoreline is -

A FIRST FOR WOLVES

1 - @Wolves are leading a Premier League game by three or more goals at half-time for the very first time. Calibre. #WOLARS pic.twitter.com/SHsdNgGMnf

— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) April 24, 2019

Not really
IT reflects a bad night
But wolves are playing in their 6 th premier league season
Newcastle have not been 3-0 or more up at half time in their last 6 seasons in the premier league
The last time it happened for them was in 2012
Since then they have beaten Spurs 5-1 ( 2-0 at half time) and Chelsea 3-0 ( 1-0 half time)
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Re: 24/04/19 | Wolves vs Arsenal | Premier League

Postby starmandb » Thu Apr 25, 2019 8:59 pm

Angelito wrote:
theHotHead wrote:
Angelito wrote:
Sims wrote:Our best periods have come with Ramsey for I swear


Agreed.

We've missed him dearly today.

Looks like his loss will deny us finishing in the top 4 :(


I'm more worried about the EL. Top-4 can go for a toss. But considering Valencia this season are Atletico lite, we seem to be f***ked either way.

Valencia lost at espanyol and drew 0-0 at home with them
Espanyol are Huddersfield level
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Re: 24/04/19 | Wolves vs Arsenal | Premier League

Postby starmandb » Thu Apr 25, 2019 9:02 pm

Santi wrote:Actively hoping we don’t score tbh, we ain’t gonna get 3 or 4 so rather win my bet.

Sad times

It is really
A higher place could come down to goal difference
I couldn't make a stake big enough to make the winnings more beneficial than the the welfare of arsenal
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Re: 24/04/19 | Wolves vs Arsenal | Premier League

Postby jayramfootball » Fri Apr 26, 2019 10:24 am

starmandb wrote:
Angelito wrote:
theHotHead wrote:
Angelito wrote:
Sims wrote:Our best periods have come with Ramsey for I swear


Agreed.

We've missed him dearly today.

Looks like his loss will deny us finishing in the top 4 :(


I'm more worried about the EL. Top-4 can go for a toss. But considering Valencia this season are Atletico lite, we seem to be f***ked either way.

Valencia lost at espanyol and drew 0-0 at home with them
Espanyol are Huddersfield level


They also beat Utd at home and drew with Barcelona at home.
I don't think they are that good.. very average actually, but we'll need to score a couple and not concede in the home leg... because we're often worse than Huddersfield level when playing away from home.
We've got our Arsenal back
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Re: 24/04/19 | Wolves vs Arsenal | Premier League

Postby starmandb » Fri Apr 26, 2019 11:35 pm

jayramfootball wrote:
starmandb wrote:
Angelito wrote:
theHotHead wrote:
Angelito wrote:
Sims wrote:Our best periods have come with Ramsey for I swear


Agreed.

We've missed him dearly today.

Looks like his loss will deny us finishing in the top 4 :(


I'm more worried about the EL. Top-4 can go for a toss. But considering Valencia this season are Atletico lite, we seem to be f***ked either way.

Valencia lost at espanyol and drew 0-0 at home with them
Espanyol are Huddersfield level


They also beat Utd at home and drew with Barcelona at home.
I don't think they are that good.. very average actually, but we'll need to score a couple and not concede in the home leg... because we're often worse than Huddersfield level when playing away from home.

We beat united at home and scored 2 away goals
Huddersfield have taken 6 points away from home
We have taken 22
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Re: 24/04/19 | Wolves vs Arsenal | Premier League

Postby jayramfootball » Sat Apr 27, 2019 12:07 pm

starmandb wrote:
jayramfootball wrote:
starmandb wrote:
Angelito wrote:
theHotHead wrote:
Angelito wrote:
Sims wrote:Our best periods have come with Ramsey for I swear


Agreed.

We've missed him dearly today.

Looks like his loss will deny us finishing in the top 4 :(


I'm more worried about the EL. Top-4 can go for a toss. But considering Valencia this season are Atletico lite, we seem to be f***ked either way.

Valencia lost at espanyol and drew 0-0 at home with them
Espanyol are Huddersfield level


They also beat Utd at home and drew with Barcelona at home.
I don't think they are that good.. very average actually, but we'll need to score a couple and not concede in the home leg... because we're often worse than Huddersfield level when playing away from home.

We beat united at home and scored 2 away goals
Huddersfield have taken 6 points away from home
We have taken 22


You need to learn to read and reply without creating straw man arguments.
I said we are often worse than Huddersfield when playing away from home. I didn't say we had less points away than them.

You seem to write off other teams like Valencia quite quickly. Maybe start understanding that we are not the team of the late 90's early 00's. We're not in a position to be comfortable against ANY team in a top division of the major leagues in Europe.

We had 2 fairly close games against Huddersfield this year by the way - a late goal to beat them even at our home.
I rather think that Valencia will be a tough game that could go either way - two average teams battling for a place in a secondary competition.
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Re: 24/04/19 | Wolves vs Arsenal | Premier League

Postby starmandb » Sat Apr 27, 2019 10:27 pm

jayramfootball wrote:
starmandb wrote:
jayramfootball wrote:
starmandb wrote:
Angelito wrote:
theHotHead wrote:
Angelito wrote:
Sims wrote:Our best periods have come with Ramsey for I swear


Agreed.

We've missed him dearly today.

Looks like his loss will deny us finishing in the top 4 :(


I'm more worried about the EL. Top-4 can go for a toss. But considering Valencia this season are Atletico lite, we seem to be f***ked either way.

Valencia lost at espanyol and drew 0-0 at home with them
Espanyol are Huddersfield level


They also beat Utd at home and drew with Barcelona at home.
I don't think they are that good.. very average actually, but we'll need to score a couple and not concede in the home leg... because we're often worse than Huddersfield level when playing away from home.

We beat united at home and scored 2 away goals
Huddersfield have taken 6 points away from home
We have taken 22


You need to learn to read and reply without creating straw man arguments.
I said we are often worse than Huddersfield when playing away from home. I didn't say we had less points away than them.

You seem to write off other teams like Valencia quite quickly. Maybe start understanding that we are not the team of the late 90's early 00's. We're not in a position to be comfortable against ANY team in a top division of the major leagues in Europe.

We had 2 fairly close games against Huddersfield this year by the way - a late goal to beat them even at our home.
I rather think that Valencia will be a tough game that could go either way - two average teams battling for a place in a secondary competition.

I'm not writing Valencia off
I am building arsenal up
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