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MATCH PREVIEW: QUEENS PARK RANGERS VS WOLVES

Guess what? We could do with a win

Preamble

Televised Thursday night Football League games bring back memories of the inglorious ITV Digital era; a monument to proving that not only does Kevin Costner have a track record of making largely bad films but “if you build it, they will come” is a terrible mantra. 2,567 more words

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MATCH PREVIEW: WOLVES VS SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY

First home game for Lambert

Preamble

Last week’s goalless draw at Preston North End represented a solid if uninspiring start to the Wolves reign of Paul Lambert. 2,173 more words

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Championship Preview: Preston North End v Wolverhampton Wanderers

Paul Lambert will take charge of Wolves for the first time on Saturday, as he takes a struggling Wanderers side to face in-form Preston.

It’s been a bleak time of late for Wolves fans, who have seen their team go seven games without a win – losing five of those. 501 more words

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Fans Feature: Wolverhampton Wanderers

This Saturday, football will return to Deepdale after the international break put a temporary halt to the Football League.

Preston will welcome Wolverhampton Wanderers to Lancashire as Paul Lambert aims to start his career in the Black Country in style. 561 more words

Fans Feature

PAUL LAMBERT: SIX AREAS TO ADDRESS

Former Villa boss arrives with much structural work to undertake

After the failed experiment with Walter Zenga – a coach with a varied history of mostly middling-to-poor results and swift departures ending up living up (or down, if you like) to his reputation – Wolves have gone back to a tried and trusted British manager in Paul Lambert, one who knows the unique demands of this division and indeed English football as a whole. 2,239 more words

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News @ 9: Another debut for Dembele and the Bank of Celtic gets a boost

SAINTS LOANEE QUITS PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL: Striker Joe Gormley, who was on loan at St Johnstone from League One side Peterborough United, has quit professional football at the age of 26. 485 more words

Football

The Scotland Contenders: Alex Neil

With Gordon Strachan set for talks with the SFA early next week, the general consensus from many has been “…but who could replace him?!”.

And when Paul Lambert is instilled as the bookies’ favourite – it’s a fair point. 456 more words

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