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Match Report: Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-3 Bolton Wanderers (Bolton Fan's Perspective)
19:09 Saturday 31st March 2012
By Rob

Bolton came from a goal down to defeat relegation rivals Wolves 3-2 in a thrilling battle of the Wanderers at Molineux. The vital result saw the visitors record three straight Premier League victories for the first time in six years, and left…

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Match Report: Wolverhampton Wanderers 0-5 Manchester United (United Fan's Perspective)
15:14 Tuesday 20th March 2012

After a pivotal weekend in the title race the previous weekend, Manchester United headed to Molineux knowing they needed to continue their run of good form to extend their lead over title rivals Manchester City to 4 points.Despite exiting the…

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Match Report: Tottenham 1-1 Wolves (Wolves Fan's Perspective)
17:23 Tuesday 17th January 2012

As travelling supporters in the South West corner we exhaled a huge sigh of relief as the final whistle eventually blew this weekend. A point well deserved for our sheer defensive majesty (not a term I would use likely as a season ticket holder…

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Battle For Survival Hots Up
14:54 Friday 13th January 2012

At the half way point in the season; it's time to take a look at the teams most likely to be relegated from the Premier League. Taking a look at the league table, the position of teams and their current points total it appears that the regulation…

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Match Report: Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-2 Chelsea (Chelsea Fan's Perspective)
21:06 Monday 2nd January 2012

Chelsea put 2011 behind them and got 2012 off to a great start with three points in a feisty encounter with Wolverhampton Wanderers. With three draws and a loss in the last four matches, Andre Villas-Boas knew he needed to work up some wonders…

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Wolves vs. Newcastle Match Report
16:27 Monday 3rd October 2011

The term ‘a game of two halves' would be slightly misplaced when reviewing the match at Molineux yesterday. More appropriate perhaps would be to say Newcastle are a team of two halves. First half saw them show the kind of passing ability, clinical…