Indeed, let them get hysterical about the second half game management (it really was not much worse than that): the truth is we outplayed them and they only looked slightly dangerous when we were down to ten.
We did some of this but I think it is being a bit exaggerated. We slowed the game down, or course, that is what any team would do in the circumstances but there were only two or three times I thought where players went down for no reason.
The Wolves' fans were going mad over everything but you...
Yep, I was going to post the same. He did very well against a very dangerous player and Vitaly was fantastic defending on the left as well. I wonder if Rico was carrying a knock. I expected him to do a bit better if I'm honest.
Completely agree - much more composed in midfield and generally braver with our passing. I hoped with more game time this would happen and it seems it is. Norgaard was back to his very, very best today!
I walked from my old GP parking spot last Saturday and it took a bloody age, particularly on the way back when the crowds were greater. Given this, I am not surprised people are drinking closer. They generally like to leave it late between the last pint and arriving at the ground which is simply...
That has been said quite a lot over the years but I wonder how often it actually happened. I think he did very well for us and expected him to go higher tbh, but then he comes from the IOW so I am immediately biased on this one! :)
Yeah, but there is only one (perhaps two) here where there were particular objections based on offensiveness: the West London chant and perhaps Let him die. I agree with you that the first one could be easily resolved by the rewording of one sentence, though I can't say I expect this to happen...
Yep, Rico particularly is generally receiving the ball completely surrounded by opponents with very few options at all. At least Ajer is sometimes getting forward to support Sergi but, as Les mentioned, their crossing was disappointing Saturday
Other than the first half free kick by Mbuemo I cannot remember a ball being crossed in above head height even when there were opportunities to do so. Perhaps the thinking was that BHA were more vulnerable to low crosses but it seems odd when your central striker is as good in the air as Toney.