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Wolverhampton Wanderers
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Aston Villa

Premiership

Molineux

26/9/10 - 2.05pm

Attendance: 27,511

Referee: Halsey

Wolverhampton WanderersAston Villa
Jarvis (61)Downing (25), Heskey (88)
Hahnemann     Friedel    
Craddock     L. Young    
Ward     38 Collins    
Berra     Cuellar    
Foley     73 Warnock    
Edwards     81 Albrighton     67
Henry     Petrov     86
Jones     Reo-Coker    
Jarvis     Downing    
Fletcher     A. Young    
Doyle     Heskey    
Substitutes
Hennessey     Guzan    
Elokobi     38 Davies    
Stearman     73 Lichaj    
Mikijas     Sidwell     86
Guedioura     81 Ireland    
Ebanks-Blake     Bannan    
Bent     Agbonlahor     67
Game Statistics
14
Goal Attempts
10
12
On Target
9
5
Corners
4
15
Fouls
19
1
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
48
%
52
Comments...
Match winning Mr Heskey again. Blimey.
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Writer:Mike Field
Date:Sunday September 26 2010
Time: 4:08PM

Comments

0
Heskey is 1 in a 15 Million, Worth about 15mill easy now. Great Resuly, Chuffed to BITSSS!!! =D
Blitz
26/09/2010 16:12:00
0
nice for us to steal a game in the last minute for a change. love wolves fans appealling for anything. love the two goals. let's build on this!
benji_starsky_avfc
26/09/2010 16:25:00
0
OH WHAT A WIN!!!! Glorious header from Heskey, Young looked great, Albrighton's cross was wonderful and Downing finish was excellent with his weaker right, Reo even came forward a little, Petrov marshalled the midfield, and the defense was great, Cuellar had Luke's back all game, Collins was great! Contributions all over. Houllier's changes suited the team yet again. Everyone else as satisfied with this win as I am?
JWiLs2315
26/09/2010 16:46:00
0
Im very satisfied with this win its all right them wolves fans cryin about warnock sayib he should be sent off what about against stoke at the 94th minute wheb there player dived won a free kick and they moved the ball 10 yards forward then scored of it? swings and round abouts i say lol nice 1 heskey
ClivetheVillan
26/09/2010 17:00:00
0
Pleased with the result obviously. But the performance was pretty poor. A very mediocre Wolves side will feel hard done by not to take at least a point from this game. Heskey scored a great goal, but let's not kid ourselves that he's suddenly become a player. Ashley Young was again unimpressive in his central role. One can only hope that it's a temporary measure until Ireland is fully fit. Cuellar and Collins played well. Luke Young had one of his iffier games and Warnock, gave what is now his usual terrible performance - although his awful form will no doubt be masked by his match-winning assist. Today we got away with poor selection and poor football. We can't expect to be as lucky in future. As long as Houllier understands this and is working on putting things right we'll be ok. He's only just got here so we can't expect an immediate impact.
Albarnista
26/09/2010 17:16:00
0
Albarnista - that's a pretty negative view. Yes, the performance wasn't great but isn't it a good sign when we play poorly and still win?
PiperUK
26/09/2010 17:34:00
0
Petrov dont look good enough for our 1st team anymore! I only seen him twice, when Cuellar cleared the ball, he was standing behind him and when he got subed of,
Blitz
26/09/2010 17:35:00
0
PiperUK, as long as we did play 'poorly', as opposed to that being our game plan. I think winning today had more to do with Wolves being pretty poor themselves, and until Heskey scored a freak goal, Wolves were looking the more likely to snatch a victory. But as I say, it's early days. Houllier will need time to make an impact.
Albarnista
26/09/2010 17:37:00
0
Albarnista - Actually I thought Wolves played really well.
PiperUK
26/09/2010 17:54:00
0
god only knows how we're 5th, if i'm honest we were poor, no 2 ways about it, they(wolves) are a poor team, and at times we didn't know what to do, passing was awefull, shocking sometimes, if we had hung on for a win at stoke we'd be 2nd now! someones looking down on us thats for sure
eltoro
26/09/2010 18:03:00
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