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Wolves fans plan to line the streets for their team coach

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One to be aware of as the Wolves fans have organised a guard of honour to welcome their team coach to the ground before the match.

Hopefully it stays at that and we don't see the kind of coach welcome that we've seen at places like Man City and Liverpool recently where coaches had stuff lobbed at them and flares launched at coach windows.

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Adthe will handle himself. Easy.

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no problem with that,they have won the league and deserve to party, hope its us next year

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1 hour ago, Sonny said:

Maybe it’s actually just that one fan.

A brian the blade style tribute lol

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"The team bus will take the following route: Along Bull Crescent, onto Stevie Bull Way, turn right onto Mutch and Bull Boulevard, left at the lights onto His Name is Stevie Bull and He's Better Than Andy Gray Road finally arriving outside The Bull Suite at 13:30 where it shall be met by an entourage led by Steve Bull".:ph34r:

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2 minutes ago, ChinaOwl said:

"The team bus will take the following route: Along Bull Crescent, onto Stevie Bull Way, turn right onto Mutch and Bull Boulevard, left at the lights onto His Name is Stevie Bull and He's Better Than Andy Gray Road finally arriving outside The Bull Suite at 13:30 where it shall be met by an entourage led by Steve Bull".:ph34r:

Don't believe you.

 

I'm calling Bull on this one.

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1 hour ago, RobbieOwler said:

A sea of gold and black? Their kit isn't gold, it's more dehydrated p!ss. 

Any other wee wee coloured kits?

 

Wolves: Dehydrated

Norwich: Had a Berocca an hour ago

Blades: Kidney Failure - see a doctor

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2 hours ago, @owlstalk said:

wolveswelcome.jpg

 

One to be aware of as the Wolves fans have organised a guard of honour to welcome their team coach to the ground before the match.

Hopefully it stays at that and we don't see the kind of coach welcome that we've seen at places like Man City and Liverpool recently where coaches had stuff lobbed at them and flares launched at coach windows.

 

Good for them! 

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1 hour ago, lanzaroteowl said:

Good luck to them

 

They deserve their moment in the sun

It’s going to wee wee it down. Then hopefully we’re going to wee wee on their party. 

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Are we sure they are Wolves fans and not other teams fans borrowed by their super agent for mates rates and put in Wolves shirts?

 

In all seriousness, fair play to them, they have been far an away the best team in the league, found a loophole and exploited it. I wouldn't be upset if we had done the same but do think they have cheated, albeit seemingly within the wording the rules, but not the spirit. Not our problem now, the belong to the Premier League, sure they will have more to say if they dare impinge on the gravy train of the top clubs.

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1 hour ago, M Royds said:

It wasn’t the Liverpool fans that lobbed stuff and flares. It was the Man City coach driver who deliberately drove into the bottles, rocks and flares thrown by Chelsea, Man Utd and Everton fans. 

Of course it wasn't, best fans in the world. never involved in any trouble.

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3 hours ago, striker said:

Are we sure they are Wolves fans and not other teams fans borrowed by their super agent for mates rates and put in Wolves shirts?

 

In all seriousness, fair play to them, they have been far an away the best team in the league, found a loophole and exploited it. I wouldn't be upset if we had done the same but do think they have cheated, albeit seemingly within the wording the rules, but not the spirit. Not our problem now, the belong to the Premier League, sure they will have more to say if they dare impinge on the gravy train of the top clubs.

How did they cheat, genuine question? 

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