Wolves vs Brentford Top, Top Champagne Moment

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It certainly wasn’t the fireworks at the start of the game!! What a stupid idea…
Wasn't a spectator hit by a firework at a Wolves game a few years ago.
 

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Mbeumo's amazing effort to try to make it 3-0 that late in the game and hitting the bar.

Time to bring it vs Liverpool. They haven't won at Brentford since 1938!

Time to extend the streak to 83 years without a win at Brentford
 

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Wasn't a spectator hit by a firework at a Wolves game a few years ago.
Yes indeed! A female Wolves fan, in a home game with Newcastle in about 2005. I was there in the Newcastle end; using the ticket as a reason to get 1 step closer to doing the 92. Little did I know the Bees would play at Molineux so often within only a few years!!
 

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Why do we seem to play well even with 10.men.
Because as a team we are set up with advanced technical skill like a Citroen DS which could drive on three wheels (or indeed 2) without losing balance or control.
 

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Not a champagne moment, but a Top Quality Historical FACT.....yesterday, we won in front of the Stan Cullis stand
...last time we won a top flight game at Wolves, Stan Cullis was playing.
 

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Anyway.........

Ajers tackle was game highlight for me - what an impressive player he is (also loved his sprint up the right wing).

Personal note, the chap who caught Toneys top just in front of my daughter then turned and gave it to her - fecking legend. She hasn’t stopped smiling and can’t wait to brag about this at her school (full of Leicester supporters).
 

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Anyway.........

Ajers tackle was game highlight for me - what an impressive player he is (also loved his sprint up the right wing).

Personal note, the chap who caught Toneys top just in front of my daughter then turned and gave it to her - fecking legend. She hasn’t stopped smiling and can’t wait to brag about this at her school (full of Leicester supporters).

post of the week, says what we all already know, it’s family.
 

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A stunning fact that should be included in Untouchable’s list :

in 450+ minutes of Premier League football we have been behind for approximately 1 minute.
I think we also have the player who hit the woodwork the most (three times). So glad he scored. Is Canos still the PL player with the most successful tackles?
 

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Champagne moment for me was the final whistle and me leaping of my sofa arms in the air and the regret at not being there kind of hit home.
It answered any criticism left over from the Brighton game and was the perfect response.
I am happy for those that went and had a great time saw a great game and witnessed a great occasion.
See you Tuesday.
 

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I think we also have the player who hit the woodwork the most (three times). So glad he scored. Is Canos still the PL player with the most successful tackles?
Dropped to 4th.

Funnily enough, Wolves Marçal is 9th... not all legal, clearly!
 

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Dropped to 4th.

Funnily enough, Wolves Marçal is 9th... not all legal, clearly!
Well he did have to miss the last half hour!
 

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Anyway.........

Ajers tackle was game highlight for me - what an impressive player he is (also loved his sprint up the right wing).

Personal note, the chap who caught Toneys top just in front of my daughter then turned and gave it to her - fecking legend. She hasn’t stopped smiling and can’t wait to brag about this at her school (full of Leicester supporters).
That is awesome!!
 

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Because as a team we are set up with advanced technical skill like a Citroen DS which could drive on three wheels (or indeed 2) without losing balance or control.

A wonderfully designed, iconic car! The only one, as a complete non-petrolhead, I actually covet!
 

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Ajers last ditch tackle was immense.

What was also funny was a guy in a black Tesla I believe speeding down the road after the game only to crash in to another car about 100m down the road whilst the travelling bees fans politely reminded him that it was all his fault! Made me chuckle
And when one of the chaps I was with told him, " You can't park there mate" 😂
 

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Anyway.........

Ajers tackle was game highlight for me - what an impressive player he is (also loved his sprint up the right wing).

Personal note, the chap who caught Toneys top just in front of my daughter then turned and gave it to her - fecking legend. She hasn’t stopped smiling and can’t wait to brag about this at her school (full of Leicester supporters).
He threw that shirt a fair distance - must have been pretty sweaty to have the necessary weight.
 

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Why do we seem to play well even with 10.men.
Because we are a team.
On the pitch, off the pitch and in the stands.
The starting XI had ten players in it from last season and the whole squad would run through brick walls for each other.
From a club that was (supposedly) not good enough for the Championship we’re now easily good enough for the Prem.
And we didn’t ‘buy’ it.
Just loving it 😍

PS my left-field MotM pick is Roerslev (see above).
 

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Because we are a team.
On the pitch, off the pitch and in the stands.
The starting XI had ten players in it from last season and the whole squad would run through brick walls for each other.
From a club that was (supposedly) not good enough for the Championship we’re now easily good enough for the Prem.
And we didn’t ‘buy’ it.
Just loving it 😍

PS my left-field MotM pick is Roerslev (see above).
You’re obviously still drunk, he did very well but MOM above Toney, Ajer, Norgaard, Ethan, Pontus, Vitaly or Bryan is just plain wrong unless he’s a relation 😀😀😀
 
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My sister came to her first ever football game to see what all the fuss was about. With her boys who are Bees fans from a young age. A text from her last night, “that was electric, loved every minute.”
 
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