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https://plus.google.com/110437659598561877123 Birmingem News : Comment: West Brom target and former Wolves keeper as good as Ben Foster IF YOU’RE talking about best...
Comment: West Brom target and former Wolves keeper as good as Ben Foster

IF YOU’RE talking about best Wolves keepers over the past ten years he wouldn’t get into most fans’ top two. Wolves fans fell out with him over his rather too hasty quest to get away. And Albion fans don’t want him. Not so much because of his ‘dingle’ links, apologies for the slur, but for two awful gaffes right in front of them. But should Tony Pulis push through an interest in Wayne Hennessey then he’ll be getting as good a goalkeeper as Ben Foster. West Bromwich Albion boss Tony Pulis during the match against Chelsea Hennessey upset Wolves supporters -not to mention Kenny Jackett – when he refused to travel to a game at Gillingham in January 2014 after Carl Ikeme had broken his hand at Tranmere Rovers, forcing rookie Aaron McCarey to start between the posts and the even younger Jonathan Flatt to get a call to the bench. Jackett branded the keeper “unprofessional”. He could have gone far stronger. Kenny Jackett Hennessey soon apologised and did regret his decision which appeared to be made on bad advice rather than a selfish impulse. To be fair to Hennessey he had been frustrated by his lack of action after being sent on loan to Yeovil and then spending a further six weeks warming the bench. Birmingham City’s Lee Novak has his shot saved by Yeovil Town keeper Wayne Hennessey To be fair to any of Hennessey’s critics – and there were many – he has missed Stale Solbakken and Dean Saunders’ season from hell with a cruciate ligament injury that required two operations. And as far as we are aware his pay cheque still dropped on the mat on 12 monthly occasions. Chris Coleman had warned Hennessey that Myhill was stealing a march on him hence a hasty exit to Palace for £3 million. If it wasn’t Palace it would have been somebody else. Keepers can’t stick around warming benches for an eternity, not unless they are 20 like Jack Rose, or like Flatt, or at the other end of the age scale. David Rogers/Getty Images Albion’s Boaz Myhill saves from Oxford’s Jake Wright in the penalty shootout Do Albion really need another senior keeper? Yes they do. But what when Ben Foster returns in October or November? Foster may well get his jersey back and either Hennessey or Myhill will be looking at a short term loan in the Championship to keep themselves in trim. VIEW GALLERY Myhill may see the acquisition of Hennessey as a step too far. He may now have doubts about signing any new deal to take him beyond next season’s extension that was taken up at the end of the season. Myhill performed quite brilliantly during the run-in, mainly as a shot-stopper under duress in Manchester when it started raining blue and red coloured bullets. But Myhill has some way to go to reach Foster’s standards, as in his positioning for Fabian Delph’s Cup goal at Villa Park. It would be tough in Myhill if he were forced to consider his future after waiting so long for a first team chance and then doing exceptionally well when getting it. But football is not a game for sentiment. Wayne Hennessey And Hennessey may be too good an option for Pulis to turn away from. The irony that Hennessey could push Myhill into a club wilderness the way he did internationally. Hennessey is brave, he is agile, he is confident and he is available… or he will be soon at Crystal Palace. He was a really fine young Premier League goalkeeper for Mick McCarthy. Carlos Vela Source: http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/
Comment: West Brom target and former Wolves keeper as good as Ben Foster

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https://plus.google.com/101898145135503418903 Wolves : PLAYER UPDATE: Sigurdarson joins Stale Solbakken over at FC Copenhagen on loan. http://bit.ly/1waLy4L...
PLAYER UPDATE: Sigurdarson joins Stale Solbakken over at FC Copenhagen on loan.

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https://plus.google.com/110437659598561877123 Birmingem News : Wolves head to Leeds United with their swagger back thanks to brilliant win over Middlesbrough Nouha...
Wolves head to Leeds United with their swagger back thanks to brilliant win over Middlesbrough

Nouha Dicko believes Wolves can play with a swagger at Leeds on Saturday after silencing their doubters with a rousing victory over Middlesbrough. Wolves look like being without red-hot Bakary Sako at Elland Road due to a groin injury. Mali team-mate Dicko also limped out of the 2-0 win on Tuesday night but should be fit. “We are playing good and I think I have played well since the beginning of the season,” said Dicko who notched his third League goal of the campaign against Boro. “In terms of goals, I haven’t scored as many as I would like but I’ve done well for the team and hopefully we can go to Leeds  – a good team and a good stadium – and get a win.” Look: Wolves v Middlesbrough VIEW GALLERY   Wolves have registered just one away victory – at Fulham in August – but have only been beaten once, at Rotherham – again in the opening month. They have piked up four draws on their travels at Blackpool, Charlton, Reading and last Saturday’s 3-3 throw-away at Millwall. Wolves last played at Elland Road in Stale Solbakken’s opening game in August 2012, a 1-0 defeat. Source: http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/
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Wolves v Blackburn – live coverage with Bill Howell

Refresh automatically On | Off 2:41 pm Bill Howell Anyone surprised by yesterday’s announcement that Tongo Doumbia had finally left? Not me. And surely Georg Margreitter won’t be too far away. Come on Stale Solbakken… what are you playing at? As for Doyle, Johnson and Foley… they’re good enough to play for most Championship clubs but directors these days have calculators that have a working ‘add’ button. 2:39 pm Bill Howell I don’t see too much ice in these buckets. Steve Morgan’s right leg protected by a waterproof cover. It’s in a plaster cast. Wonder if he fell out of bed one morning counting red bricks? Cold as Ice by Foreigner comes over the PA. Ah very good chaps. Good band. I did buy their Agent Provocateur in 1984. On tape obviously. 2:36 pm Bill Howell Morgan and Bowater at least have their shorts on. Bowater looks nervous. Morgan taking questions. He was nominated  by his son-in-law to be.. Steve a few days ago, apparently. He nominated the three board members to his left. Jez Moxey: "I have a feeling a lot of people want to see this happen.’ He nominates his mother and Ipswich Town’s Terry Connor – the [...]
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https://plus.google.com/110437659598561877123 Birmingem News : Richard Stearman glad to be starring in Wolves defence When Wolverhampton Wanderers were last in the...
Richard Stearman glad to be starring in Wolves defence

When Wolverhampton Wanderers were last in the Championship Richard Stearman found himself so out of favour that a move to Ipswich came as a blessed relief. He started at Crystal Palace in the last few gruesome days of Stale Solbakken before being banished to the bench at Luton in the FA Cup as Christophe Berra, Roger Johnson and then Kaspars Gorkss pushed the 27-year-old into the wilderness. Fast-forward 18-months and Stearman has become a folk hero as part of the best defensive line since Emlyn Hughes, George Berry or Frank Munro were in their pomp. He had excelled in the Premier League as a centre back but it seems only Kenny Jackett truly trusted him enough to play him there. “Definitely,” he says. “That’s maybe something that I haven’t had for the past few seasons where I’ve wanted to play in the position that I feel is best for me. It was great that I had a full season in there last year. That was the first time I have had a full season (at centre-half) since I signed.” Stearman says he is a better player now than in the days when Wolves fell out of the top flight tier. [...]
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https://plus.google.com/110437659598561877123 Birmingem News : Wolves 1 Norwich City 0 – Bill Howell's Big Match Verdict Rembrandt, Vincent van Gogh, Freddy Heineken...
Wolves 1 Norwich City 0 – Bill Howell's Big Match Verdict

Rembrandt, Vincent van Gogh, Freddy Heineken… when the Dutch get things right… they get it bang on. And so step forward Rajiv van La Parra. A free transfer from Heerenveen. Whatever money he gets in his weekly brown paper packet and his signing on fee he has already gone some way to paying Kenny Jackett back. Dave Edwards too. If winger van La Parra was the star then the Welshman was the hero. Carrying on exactly where he left off from last season… scoring goals. His 64th minute header sending Wolves to their first three point opener since Mick McCarthy’s men buried Blackburn in the Premier League just three years ago. And so another clean sheet for a team who were last season used to slamming the back door closed more times than Hong Kong Phooey – or Henry the mild-mannered janitor – slams his filing cabinet shut. Poor Delia Smith looked like she’d cracked an egg and left some shell in her omelette. Norwich, like Fulham 24 hours before them, or Stale Solbakken’s men at Leeds two years ago, finding the Championship a difficult division to handle after a fall from the top flight. Martin Olsson’s dismissal changed the [...]
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https://plus.google.com/110437659598561877123 Birmingem News : Birmingham City: What kind of player are Blues getting in David Davis? A player who will benefit from...
Birmingham City: What kind of player are Blues getting in David Davis?

A player who will benefit from a change of scenery The Molineux masses had high hopes for Davis when he burst onto the scene as a 21-year-old in a home defeat to Blackburn on March 12 2012. By then Wolves’ relegation fate was as good as sealed and fans welcomed the arrival of a young talent who seemed destined for big things. Davis made seven Premier League appearances under Terry Connor as Wolves tumbled out of the top flight, showing potential alongside a fading Karl Henry. But, by and large, Davis has struggled to impress the old gold and black faithful ever since. He flitted out of first Stale Solbakken and then Dean Saunders’ team during the ill-fated 2012-13 Championship campaign as Wolves plunged into the third tier and was on the receiving end of his first grumbles from the crowd as he struggled to kick on as they had hoped. The pressure to please supporters tended to inhibit his performance, often resulting in square or backwards passes or conceding possession, while a bizarre own goal against Bristol City hardly helped his cause (although keeper Carl Ikeme must share the blame for that one – Davis only senior goal in [...]
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https://plus.google.com/105906386651188564012 ModernGhana.com : Champs League: Copenhagen coach Stale Solbakken 'relatively content' with Bayer Leverkusen draw http...
Champs League: Copenhagen coach Stale Solbakken 'relatively content' with Bayer Leverkusen draw http://ow.ly/2LtQUx
Champs League: Copenhagen coach Stale Solbakken 'relatively content' with Bayer Leverkusen draw
Instead, Solbakkens side will take on Bayer Leverkusen over two legs for a spot in the Champions League group stage and although the Norwegian coach
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Copenhagen coach Stale Solbakken 'relatively content' with Bayer Leverkusen draw http://ow.ly/2LtkUu
Copenhagen coach Stale Solbakken 'relatively content' with Bayer Leverkusen draw
Instead, Solbakkens side will take on Bayer Leverkusen over two legs for a spot in the Champions League group stage and although the Norwegian coach
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https://plus.google.com/110437659598561877123 Birmingem News : Kenny Jackett fears Wolves may have mishandled Razak Boukari’s pre-season fitness regime Kenny Jackett...
Kenny Jackett fears Wolves may have mishandled Razak Boukari’s pre-season fitness regime

Kenny Jackett fears Wolves may have mishandled Razak Boukari’s pre-season fitness regime after the winger suffered yet another fitness setback The former Rennes man broke down after just 30 minutes of Tuesday night’s draw at AFC Telford and now faces another six weeks on the sideline. Two years since being brought from France by Stale Solbakken the 27-year-old has played just six times for Wolves and not at all under Jackett. He returned from a loan spell at Sochaux – where he managed only ten appearances – and is back in the physio’s room again. And Jackett says perhaps the problem lies with the club as much as the player. “We are disappointed Razak Boukari has got injured because he’s quite a talented lad,” he said. Source: http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/
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The Bianconeri went a fourth game without victory after squandering the lead against Real Madrid, but they still remain well poised after
Juventus have still not won a game in the Champions League since seeing off Celtic in the last 16 of last season’s competition back in March. And yet eight months and six games on from that 2-0 second leg victory, they are clear favourites to qualify from Group B in second place and again reach the knockout stage. It doesn’t always turn out this well.
Tuesday’s 2-2 draw against Real Madrid looked decent enough in and of itself, but it was a scoreline which would have left them staring at the prospect of having to win both of their remaining group fixtures in order to progress were it not for Copenhagen’s shock 1-0 victory over Galatasaray at the Parken Stadion.
Thanks to the Danes’ win, the Bianconeri know that a victory at home to Stale Solbakken’s side in three weeks’ time will more than likely leave them needing just a draw in Turkey in their closing game in order to qualify for the last 16. In a competition in which 10 points is often considered the minimum target, Juve could still get away with only notching seven.
That they are still even mathematically in with any chance is a stroke of pure fortune. Yes, they have played well for large periods of their two clashes with Madrid, but it is only thanks to the convincing fashion in which the Spanish giants have polished off Copenhagen and Galatasary before now that Juve are in such a positive position.
Their third point of the group campaign came thanks to a Fernando Llorente equaliser after they had somehow managed to throw away a 1-0 lead garnered through hard work and great vigilance. Arturo Vidal’s penalty – awarded for Raphael Varane’s rash challenge on Paul Pogba – was a worthy advantage, yet all it took was two individual errors for the Italians to find themselves behind.
First Martin Caceres tried a criminal pass across the face of his defence which allowed Karim Benzema to slip in Cristiano Ronaldo, then Kwadwo Asamoah’s inexperience as a left-back was exposed by a great piece of footwork from Gareth Bale, with the Welshman slotting home confidently to put Madrid ahead.
Varane was again caught out when he turned his back on a Caceres cross, with Llorente making him pay, but by that point it was Galatasaray’s failures which were promising to be the most important of the night.
After conceding a wonderful early goal to Daniel Braaten, Roberto Mancini’s men simply never got going. Half-chances were made and wasted, but they rarely looked likely to come up with an equaliser, let alone a winner.
In their 2-2 draw at Juventus Stadium and then the comfortable home win against FCK, Gala looked more than capable of making Juve’s life hard in the race for qualification. But after their horror show in Copenhagen they will need to beat Real Madrid in the Santiago Bernabeu if they are not to hand the advantage to the Bianconeri ahead of the crucial matchday six clash at the Turk Telecom Arena.
Juve should be counting themselves very, very lucky. Plenty of teams have failed to reach the last 16 of the Champions League despite collecting 10 group points. The Italian champions cannot now achieve double figures and yet are set fair for qualification. That’s just the way it happens sometimes.
Question marks remain over whether this Juventus side are good enough to truly challenge in Europe. Tuesday’s game gave us nothing in the way of answers, and there’s a fair chance that Antonio Conte’s side will head to the last 16 without even coming close to delivering a riposte of any sort.
After starting badly last year they had to really get their hands dirty and were rewarded with the top spot in the group. This time around, the path looks likely to be a hell of a lot easier.
FOOTBALL. Juventus grateful to Mancini as Galatasaray blow their big chance.
The Bianconeri went a fourth game without victory after squandering the lead against Real Madrid, but they still remain well poised after the Turks' failure in Denmark Juventus have still not won a game in the Champions Leagu...
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https://plus.google.com/102206159417657426315 Maria Edelweis : Juventus grateful to Mancini as Galatasaray blow their big chance The Bianconeri went a fourth game...
Juventus grateful to Mancini as Galatasaray blow their big chance

The Bianconeri went a fourth game without victory after squandering the lead against Real Madrid, but they still remain well poised after the Turks' failure in Denmark

Juventus have still not won a game in the Champions League since seeing off Celtic in the last 16 of last season’s competition back in March. And yet eight months and six games on from that 2-0 second leg victory, they are clear favourites to qualify from Group B in second place and again reach the knockout stage. It doesn’t always turn out this well.
Tuesday’s 2-2 draw against Real Madrid looked decent enough in and of itself, but it was a scoreline which would have left them staring at the prospect of having to win both of their remaining group fixtures in order to progress were it not for Copenhagen’s shock 1-0 victory over Galatasaray at the Parken Stadion.
Thanks to the Danes’ win, the Bianconeri know that a victory at home to Stale Solbakken’s side in three weeks’ time will more than likely leave them needing just a draw in Turkey in their closing game in order to qualify for the last 16. In a competition in which 10 points is often considered the minimum target, Juve could still get away with only notching seven.


That they are still even mathematically in with any chance is a stroke of pure fortune. Yes, they have played well for large periods of their two clashes with Madrid, but it is only thanks to the convincing fashion in which the Spanish giants have polished off Copenhagen and Galatasary before now that Juve are in such a positive position.

Their third point of the group campaign came thanks to a Fernando Llorente equaliser after they had somehow managed to throw away a 1-0 lead garnered through hard work and great vigilance. Arturo Vidal’s penalty – awarded for Raphael Varane’s rash challenge on Paul Pogba – was a worthy advantage, yet all it took was two individual errors for the Italians to find themselves behind.
First Martin Caceres tried a criminal pass across the face of his defence which allowed Karim Benzema to slip in Cristiano Ronaldo, then Kwadwo Asamoah’s inexperience as a left-back was exposed by a great piece of footwork from Gareth Bale, with the Welshman slotting home confidently to put Madrid ahead.
Varane was again caught out when he turned his back on a Caceres cross, with Llorente making him pay, but by that point it was Galatasaray’s failures which were promising to be the most important of the night.
After conceding a wonderful early goal to Daniel Braaten, Roberto Mancini’s men simply never got going. Half-chances were made and wasted, but they rarely looked likely to come up with an equaliser, let alone a winner.
In their 2-2 draw at Juventus Stadium and then the comfortable home win against FCK, Gala looked more than capable of making Juve’s life hard in the race for qualification. But after their horror show in Copenhagen they will need to beat Real Madrid in the Santiago Bernabeu if they are not to hand the advantage to the Bianconeri ahead of the crucial matchday six clash at the Turk Telecom Arena.
Juve should be counting themselves very, very lucky. Plenty of teams have failed to reach the last 16 of the Champions League despite collecting 10 group points. The Italian champions cannot now achieve double figures and yet are set fair for qualification. That’s just the way it happens sometimes.
Question marks remain over whether this Juventus side are good enough to truly challenge in Europe. Tuesday’s game gave us nothing in the way of answers, and there’s a fair chance that Antonio Conte’s side will head to the last 16 without even coming close to delivering a riposte of any sort.
After starting badly last year they had to really get their hands dirty and were rewarded with the top spot in the group. This time around, the path looks likely to be a hell of a lot easier.
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https://plus.google.com/110975272728840985406 Willy Willian : 'Cons Madrid, Copenhagen Supposed To Penalty' FC Copenhagen defeat at home to Real Madrid leaves a question...
'Cons Madrid, Copenhagen Supposed To Penalty'
FC Copenhagen defeat at home to Real Madrid leaves a question mark for the Danish team coach , Stale Solbakken . According Solbakken , his team should have been awarded a penalty in the 40th minute following a header of the ball rebound is on hand Nicolai J...
'Cons Madrid, Copenhagen Supposed To Penalty'
FC Copenhagen defeat at home to Real Madrid leaves a question mark for the Danish team coach, Stale Solbakken. According Solbakken, his team should have been awarded a penalty in the 40th minute following a header of the ball...
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https://plus.google.com/104086127528696735976 EN.JABETAREA.COM : Copenhagen coach : We are Ready to Shock Juventus - Copenhagen coach ; Stale Solbakken , boasted that...
Copenhagen coach : We are Ready to Shock Juventus - Copenhagen coach ; Stale Solbakken , boasted that his team would give an unexpected surprise for the Serie A champions for the last two seasons ; Juventus , at the premiere party Champions.Di League Group B first meeting , http://ow.ly/2zXkAL
Copenhagen coach : We are Ready to Shock Juventus
Copenhagen coach ; Stale Solbakken , boasted that his team would give an unexpected surprise for the Serie A champions for the last two seasons ; Juventus , at the premiere party Champions.Di League Group B first meeting ,
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https://plus.google.com/116570412800266757799 Burnden Aces : Ahead of the 132nd meeting between Bolton and Wolverhampton Wanderers, a Wolves supporter shares his...
Ahead of the 132nd meeting between Bolton and Wolverhampton Wanderers, a Wolves supporter shares his thoughts on former manager Stale Solbakken, Mark Davies and why Bolton's winning home record could come to an end.

Read the full Q&A interview at - http://b-ac.es/2581d - #bwfc #wwfc #wolves
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https://plus.google.com/105280449216699796351 The Sackrace : Dean Saunders is confirmed as the new boss of Wolves following the sacking of Stale Solbakken at the...
Dean Saunders is confirmed as the new boss of Wolves following the sacking of Stale Solbakken at the weekend.
Wolves Confirm Dean Saunders Appointment | Sackrace Football News
Wolves Confirm Dean Saunders Appointment. Latest football and betting news from the Sackrace.
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https://plus.google.com/114271776856981074792 Calvin McFarlane :

Wolverhampton Wanderers sack manager Stale Solbakken
tale Solbakken, Wolverhampton Wanderers, FA Cup, Championship League, England,
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https://plus.google.com/117821723542209336168 MeiWan Chang : #Footy RT @JohnSinnott: RT @SoccerCTC: ACF Fiorentina Player Development Presentation 3 - Psycho-Motor...
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RT @JohnSinnott: RT @SoccerCTC: ACF Fiorentina Player Development Presentation 3 - Psycho-Motor Player Development: http://tinyurl.com/by7vxmb 

RT @RobHarris: How Chelsea's working w/FFP in mind in Jan window.Director reveals finances not "pretty picture" when club met UEFA http://apne.ws/ZkWdyT 

RT @briankettle: Ferguson accusing Spurs of shady transfer business over compensation for a young player. Sounds familiar... http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/teams/m/man_utd/8180042.stm 

RT @RobHarris: Wolves sack manager Stale Solbakken

RT @RobHarris: FA's Alex Horne says last season's FA Cup final (moved to 5:15) was watched by 500m+ worldwide. Final at 5:30 this May

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RT @tancredipalmeri: Liverpool interest on Lazio df Diakitè still there,and has been postponed the meeting Lazio/player,which isn't angood sign (for Lazio)

RT @tancredipalmeri: If someone still had some on Cristiano winning Ballon d'Or,Mourinho saying he won't attend ceremony is the confirmation that Messi won

RT @JNorthcroft: Wesley Sneijder's recent injury record is worrying and have heard he's on £165k/w net. If I were a major PL manager I'd be looking elsewhere

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http://bbc.in/Wa9Ids Roberto Mancini says spat with Mario Balotelli will not affect striker's future at the club 
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ACF Fiorentina Player Development - Psycho-Motor Skills
ACF Fiorentina Player Development - Psycho-Motor Skills
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https://plus.google.com/112453293374517765047 Leigh Copson : And another one bites the dust...
And another one bites the dust...
Wolves FC sack Stale Solbakken - Bettingpro.com
Wolves have sacked manager Stale Solbakken following Saturday’s FA Cup third-round upset at the hands of non-league Luton Town.
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