Birmingham vs Wolves

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We played the same fixture almost a year ago to the day, and things were very different back then. The Blues had just been smashed 0-8 at home to Bournemouth and Gary Rowett had been brought in to steady the ship. Meanwhile Wolves were in fine form sitting in the playoffs and looking to continue their run. That fixture finished 0-0. Fast forward a year and the roles are very much reversed, with Birmingham flying and Wolves looking back on average at best.

Not confident at all for this game. Mike Williamson has been brought in and will be thrown into the deep end with it being a already leaky defence. With it being a derby atmosphere he'll have to be on his A game, doubtful considering he hasn't played a league game this season. Hope we line up with:

Martinez

Iorfa - Batth - Williamson - Golbourne

Henry - McDonald - Coady - Wallace

Afobe - Le Fondre


As for the score? Birmingham 3-1 Wolves
 

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Scratch the prediction we'll win 5-1 Grant Holt with all of them

HOOOOOOFFFFFFFF...
 
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£35 a ticket, I'll be watching in the pub.

The scrap metal dealers will up their game, they always do for their bi annual cup final, we're not brilliant at home, I can see them pinching a draw.

1-1, them to score first.

Wolves fans to disturb the minutes silence, no doubt whatsoever.
 

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Wolves fans to disturb the minutes silence, no doubt whatsoever.

Piss off you obnoxious prick. Seriously think we'd disturb a minutes silence? There is a rivalry sure but don't insult people to think we'd lower ourselves to the standards of disrespecting people who have died fighting for our country.
 

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:fish: ark at her!!!

I was at Molinuex for the game last year, which coincidently was the Remembrance Day fixture, the minutes silence was continually disturbed, you might not have picked up on it watching on the television though.

From your local rag...

Tensions mounted after shouts, reportedly from both sides, interupted the minute’s silence for Remembrance Day before the 12.15pm kick-off of the game , which ended 0-0.

Fans responded by booing the culprits and the rest of the silence passed without incident in front of Molineux’s biggest crowd of the season, 25,135.

Later, home supporters on social media later admitted there had been shouts from the South Bank during the silence, and from those still entering the ground who were unaware of what was going on.

One Wolves fan claimed it was a supporter shouting in the South Bank that started the interruption.

:ohm::shut::ffs:
 

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I was in the South Bank, didn't hear any booing from there. So your evidence is of what some bloke says on social media? Sorry if I refuse to believe your BS.
 

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My evidence is my eyes and ears, I was in the away end right next to the Southbank.

Your own fans were booing the culprits.
 

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Birmingham's defending is awful, funny what happens when that fat fucker Paul Robinson can't break peoples legs anymore.
 

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Very lack lustre for us so far, we surely can't be that bad again in the second half..
 

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Well we might be shit, but at least we can keep those dirty scruffy inbreeding lot from Small Heath in line...

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Deserved from Wolves. Completely abject and disinterested from Blues. We are way too predictable to play against at home without that elusive Plan B.

Well we might be shit, but at least we can keep those dirty scruffy inbreeding lot from Small Heath in line...

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Stay classy
 

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Terrible game, especially from our point of view, Wolves were the better of two poor teams on the day and deserved the win.

As I mentioned pre-match, with all the revolution that's gone on, we're still pretty poor at home.

I get increasingly frustrated with Gray, I just don't understand the hype, he is a fast runner, after that I don't see much else.
 

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Yeah I was initially impressed by Gray, but then realised that what was impressing me was his speed and that he hadn't actually contributed anyone of actual note. I can't imagine that was a great game for any neutrals. Wolves sat in and it reminded me a tad of when you had McLeish. Our two CB's had the opposition playing to their strengths and weren't asked to do anything they were uncomfortable with. Some of our fans are hailing Williamson as someone who will turn our season around but it was a rountine win against an a side that were extremely abject attacking wise. Had we been the home side then it would be extremely different, no surprise that both sides are doing better away from home.
 

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