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Re: Poor transfer window so far
Posted by: chicagowolf (IP Logged)
Date: 24 October, 2019 14:52

Thanks for revisiting this one. We do seem to be in a bit of a Chicken Coming Home To Roost Time, with our poor transfer window being compounded with a spate of injuries, which up to now we have been mercifully spared. All those fabulous tales of the Compton team, diet, warm ups, scientific biorythm feedback and other hocus pocus were fun, but you have to assume that other ‘top’ teams might also have knowledge of these practices?
Cutrone has not been great (to say the least) and Vallejo was laughably bad (possibly we may not see him again).
The combination of weak hires, injuries and a brutal schedule will test Wolves and Nuno a lot!
Meantime Wolves’s trip today to Alton Towers Bratislava is on TV here ONLY ON A SPANISH CHANNEL. Manure’s game of course is on an English speaking station. Hmmmm.

Re: Poor transfer window so far
Posted by: an angry wolf (IP Logged)
Date: 24 October, 2019 19:06

We should not judge him on the few opportunities that he has had so far.
He is a young talent still integrating into the squad and confronted by the unforgiving pressure of the Premier League. I feel that he will rise to the occasion and that he will prove to be a great asset.
A goal or two will do his confidence the world of good, not that he looks short on confidence now which augers well for the future.

This is the kind of rhetoric that we heard in the Morgan regime lupine - " young talent (lol have you seen his record for milan), squad building etc. It's obvious he isn't good enough and mitigating mediocrity is what has been holding wolves back for decades. He's had few opportunities as Nuno realises we have better players in the squad which is saying something when you consider our attacking options or lack of them. It takes more than a fancy name and a high rating on a computer game to be a quality player.. he was brought off at HT because he's dreadful which also explains why he isn't getting regular starts either. We hear the same thing with MGW and being young and hungry etc .. age has nothing to do with it. They're both not up to it I'm afraid although you could at least say Cutrone has had less opportunities than the hapless MGW.. Id drive the latter to Accrington Stanley myself

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