Discussion in 'Molineux Mix' started by reanswolf, Dec 6, 2018.
Too true - master of great erections -
Always thought you were a massive *****!
No doubt about that Nick. Its not every man who pours his cheap lager in and out of his can into his empty glass, from his pocket - a sign of an aristocratic upbringing I like to think -
Was quite impressed by that to be honest.
Is she good looking?
I'd even share some with Jade.
Now thats an offer she won't be able to turn down -
Yep she is bound to like Girls Pop
Was a pretty decent night, even north bank stayed till stoppage time.
Dunno about the Mol. Just walking home from late night Christmas shopping in Exeter when we heard a group of lads with lasses singing...Neves one Ruben Neves....Nevessss...Nunooooooo....!
Yes I was quite impressed with the north bonk last night.And the 2 lads in the bottom left hand corner with their shirts off.
We sit up in J10, so along way from the North Bank but you they looked and sounded good last night.
Thought it was pretty quiet until we scored v Chelski tbh, although everyone was behind the team.
I’m always great company
Is that in general or when you are at Vile Park lol
i think @HowfenWolf might have something to say about that.
I agree, although I was right up in the gods in North bank upper, loads of empty seats, got a tap on the shoulder to sit down at one point and deathly quiet until we scored, then the songs started. I think the belief has drained out of us a bit recently and it showed in the stands. Put it this way, Nuno wouldn't have had to gesture to the fans to get things going (which he did) had the atmosphere been the best it's been this season.
Fair point actually.
Its the old argument about the team feeding the crowd or vice versa, but considering we hadnt won since early October, and hadnt registered a shot on goal, I think the support first half was reasonable.
Certainly went into a different stratosphere when we equalised............and then fantastic.
Sing when we're winning..........but then again everyone does these days.
The whole atmosphere was tense at first, which is quite understandable really given our recent form. Quietest I`d known the South Bank this season,up to that point. Was as if we were all waiting for us to get a good tonking. Atmosphere massively improved at the start of the second half after Chelsea failed to make it 0-2. Think everyone, the team and fans alike were encouraged then that it might not be there night and that we could actually get something from this game. The South Bank and whole stadium ramped up the atmosphere and with scenes bordering manic hysteria when Jota scored. Second half best home atmosphere of the season easily for me. What a ****ing night to remember!
Maybe Ryan Bennett's tackle was the turning point?
'Molineux pressed mute on the Chelsea fans'
If you can take all the advert breaks on this article, this Birmingham Newspaper Report is highly in praise of Wolves support.
Tbf when we had those little moments in the first half the atmosphere was good, when MGW did that run you could hear the belief in the stands lift up.
Atmosphere was best of the season after we went 2.1 up.
Very tense last few mins and such a buzz about.
Ground still full on whistle.
I did stop and look at the stands on around 90 mins from the Southbank, Molineux is a thing of beauty under the light's.
If you watch the extended highlights on the Wolves app even Mikey said 'Atmosphere very flat here at Molineux' early in the second half.
In the first half the only real noise generated was in the direction of the referee.
Players got applauded off at half time despite being fairly abject after the goal they were at least giving it a go.
Second half Chelsea had a few early chances and the place turned into a morgue because you sensed a hammering, the belief on the pitch and the noise in the stands returned almost hand in hand.
I find these midweek games to always be quite quiet especially during the winter and when we are losing. I definitely think we all have a part to play in giving a bit more, as I said there was no negativity and the players got a rousing cheer after Chelsea scored but that apart the first half and early second half didn't set us apart from any other premier league fans, which we know we are capable of on our day
It seemed to me I could hear the north bank more than the southbank to be honest but I think its because I was in the temporary stand but high up (so a wall directly between the level I was at and the southbank). Acted like a barrier yet the noise from the Northbank came through directly on a good few occasions.
The Brummies don't know their north and south...
I could have sworn that both of our goals were in front of the South Bank lol. If they can't even get that right...
I love this cocky Cockney Rent Boy getting upset. Most of his 19 minute day long blog is **** - stuck in traffic.
Go to 16.20secs - 16.50secs when Diogo scores.
You can tell he is watching the South Bank going barmy, and then the North Bank, then up above him in the Steve Bull too. You can see him registering all the wildness of the moment in the Wolves support with hate, thinking if only Chelsea fans could generate that passion these days.
You can just sense it in his eyes for those 30 seconds. His brain registering the intense passion.
Have a look.
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