I’ve given Butt plenty of credit where it’s due, but he absolutely deserves the criticism for continuing to employ Sbragia who is so clearly doing a piss poor job. I’d like to know, from those in the know, what the management see in him.Sbragia strikes again. Got them relegated, and going to finish midtable. fecking joke tbh.
We are lucky that we have some stellar talents coming through.
Exactly!The contrast between page 1 and 2 of this thread is hilarious.
On a side note, you cnuts should be posting the score more frequently.
To be honest it's off the ball it may hurt him more. He's likes a tackle but he's a size where a lot of premier league midfielders will just swat him aside. I still think he can make it here. He's a different species to most footballers in terms of technique and cuteness. He could be very special if things go right. I'm willing to wait.In fairness - there are a few City-players who certainly aren't that strong, but still seem to do ok
Cheers. Yeah, a lot went to support our boys tonight.Congrats.
As I said in the 1st page, the Wolves youth side is very well coached. I loved how the fans showed up and it was a great experience for both sides as the youth players rarely get to experience that kind of atmosphere.
It was special live because the ball was really fired at him. I was just hoping him or Barlow would control it. There was absolutely no way anyone expected him to take it first time.It was a very good finish but yeah, not sensational and not by Greenwood’s standards, that volley against West Brom(?) last season was sensational
What made it a very good goal was how well he took the sting off the ball whilst also being able to direct it, most players need to take a touch before doing something like that but he was able to redirect it insanely well without the touch, I think it just highlights his insane technical ability though.I thought it was pretty special because of the ingenuity. No one expects a player to do that, hence why the keeper barely moved.