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Sir Billy Quiet

Jack your obsession with Wolves is worrying - you either think you are funny or you think you are winding up Wolves fans?

Which one is it? let us into your World and why you think that posting comments on the Wolves site has any relevance other than to support your delusion that any Wolves fan gives a flying f*** about anything you post?

The ability to read and write is not a method of measuring intelligence - your the proof.

Bazrat

Please no we don't want to go into his world,of living in the shadow of larger more successful clubs,just let him write his drivel and we can just sit back and feal sorry for him.

Jack the Hat

rat,

Don't you feel ratty enough, especially when you FEAL sorry. L☺Ls.

BOING~~~~BOING~~~~J♣H.

The Grassy Knoll

If you don't care for Jack's comments, why on earth do you bother to reply, as it will only encourage him.

From the tone of your reply, it sounds like he has managed to ruffle your feathers. LOL

And making jibes about reading and writing would look better if you knew the difference between 'your', and 'you're'.

Jack the Hat

Sir Billy Shush,

Well in that case I'll let you get on with your worrying. Funny, winding, your choice. Do you really think I care about what you fly-post?. The ability to read and write is a good rule of thumb regards jealousy, your score shows 10/10.

Have a good day if it is not too rowdy, Yeee Haaa.

Gorra loff ay ya?.

BOING~~~~BOING~~~~J♣H.

Stevepats

The Krays dealt with the original Jack The Hat. Where are Ronnie and Reggies associates when you need them?

Jack the Hat

Cowpats,

Try the Old Smokey you blind begger.

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whitmore wolf

Good Luck Kevin, whoever signs you will get an excellent fullback. You made everything look so simple when you played as fullback, which shows how good you were. If the injuries hadn't marred your career I think you would have been playing at some of the top clubs before now.

Unfortunately we never saw enough of Razak, Tongo and Georg to make any real judgment

Lesterwolf

Hi jack. Out of school again?

Jack the Hat

Lester,

I see you are doing detention again?. L☺L.

Lescott is a Baggy, Lescott is a Baggy, la la laa.

BOING~~~~BOING~~~~J♣H.

Bazwolf

Too right Kenny . Out they go. Their negativity must not taint the rest who are staying. What a waste of money Morgan. You piddled your hard earned up they wall. Please stay quiet this season with your catemite Moxey. Your silence was sweet.

Leon

Jackett is right to bomb most of these players out, but I would keep the door open for Tongo Doumbia and Georg Margreitter, they deserve a chance at least to prove something. They have not been a disrubtance or spent the last year or two injured, both could be good players with the correct management. For instance Doumbia for a time looked as good if not better than Davies and his has not been bombed out, even after he his poor form.

wolvesmanphil

i agree with leon in his comments about the named players above

Tellitasitis

Company for the "Scarletts". It's going to be mighty crowded in "Academy 5", but they won't be able to complain about being left on their own to babysit the kids.

Meanwhile, good morning Jack. Just seen your Dingles Lament and I like it. Shouldn't encourage you, but in a spirit of being true to my pseudonym - credit where credit is due.

You are wasting your talent on these blogs. You should be rapping at Glastonbury. Did you see the Wolves flags prominently displayed right in front of the main stage? No sign of a Baggie blanket though.

They need you there.

Departing a moment from my pseudonym, but continuing the thread I started on your side yesterday afternoon here's a few more laughs for you:-

We've been offered Suarez but we said fangs but no fangs. Well we would, Wolves ay we.

Liverpool say that their prem hopes for this season bite the dust unless Uruguay's appeal is successful.

Uruguay say they are confident it will be successful on the basis that the Manager actually shouted "PLAY RIGHT ON the shoulder of the last defender not "PLACE A BITE ON" and Luis the Looney misheard, due to the noise in the stadium. But he was only following what he thought were his instructions.

Meanwhile, he is suing his ex-sponsors 888 poker on the basis that he thought that they were Ate, Ate, Ate poker and he was only trying to raise their profile.

Over to you and the rest of the wags to come up with some more. The wife is dragging me out shopping....

Tellitasitis

Back for 2 mins - How about :-

He promises at the hearing to tell the tooth, the whole tooth and nothing but the tooth ....so help me Diego.

But his first expert witness, a female dietician, says I can definitely testify that he does not eat meat, he's a herbivore. Is that true Mr Suarez? No, she never see my testicles, we never meet, I never see her before....

Jack the Hat

Tellitasitis,

Thanks pal, Noticed a few things I could have changed / added to make it more laughable after I posted but it was just a quickie for Poets Day, there were a few spelling mistakes too but I'll use old age for an excuse. All the best and watch what you are chewing as the F.I.F.A. get upset.

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Johneboywolves

MORE laughable??? Check again as it wasn't remotely laughable 1st time.

Rapper prefixed with a silent 'C'. Such as the silent 'P' in bath.

Now THAT'S funny Jack my boy ha ha.

Read, digest and learn old pal ;-)

UTW and KTF

Jack the Hat

Johneboy,

Do you mean as in Hohneyboy?. Now that is a good laugh.

HowmIdoin?.

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Johneboywolves

Poor Jack boy. Not even close to being humorous. 2/10.

Try again

UTW and KTF

And a Bong Bong Bogeys

Johneboywolves

Jack dear boy, Sandwell Borough offer far more intellectually stimulating conundrums than wasting your precious time pouring over our lowly Championship club? I keep reading your droning tones every time I read the blogs and without failure they are all very similar and dreadfully boring.

My advice is to read Albion articles and then sit down and attempt to write something of pertinence and interest about your own team? Far more valuable I think you would agree?

UTW and KTF

Jack the Hat

Johneboy,

When are you going to start and practice what you preach. I would try to find my humour button if I were you.

Gorra loff ay ya.

BOING~~~~BOING~~~~~J♣H.

Johneboywolves

Jack dear lad, your grammar is getting worse by the day but I'll tolerate that.

Rest assured that I laugh at funny things but you haven't written any. I promise I will tell you if I ever do.

Let me ask a serious question, what position will the Albion be on Boxing Day and at the end of the season?

UTW and KTF

Jack the Hat

Johneboy,

...... Rest assured that I laugh at funny things but you haven't written any. I promise I will tell you if I ever do .......

What sort of brilliant Dinglish is that, L☺Ls.

I have given your serious question a little thought and my answer is : A damn sight better off than the pickle wolves will be in. Gorra loff ay ya?.

BOING~~~~BOING~~~~J♣H.

Johneboywolves

Jack my poor cousin from Birmingham. No serious answer forthcoming! As expected Jack. I gave you a chance to post a serious answer to a serious question and you blew it. Proof indeed that you're not worth taking notice of, which I won't in future.

Write whatever you like. Sensible folk will skip past your messages and add no fuel to your attention seeking condition.

UTW and KTF

Jack the Hat

Johneboy,

Okay, I will take you seriously.

Boxing day : Hawthorns v West ham.

Last game : Emirates v Arsenal.

wolves:

Watford away.

Milwall home.

See, I didn't even have to ask you, that is the gulf between Albion fans and wolves fans. Glad to educate you on this topic.

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Johneboywolves

Now now Jack. Don't get miffy just because you don't want to commit yourself to a serious answer. Anybody can look at the fixture list. I wanted to know what position our teams will be in their respective leagues on Boxing day. Not difficult at all. I can't really stretch my imagination far enough to see how you believe you could educate me on any topic?

UTW and KTF

Jack the Hat

Johneboy,

I should say Albion will be in the Premiership and wolves will stay where they are if they are lucky. Howzat?.

...... Write whatever you like. Sensible folk will skip past your messages.......

Are you saying you are not sensible and proving difficult to educate. Keep plugging away.

BOING~~~~BOING~~~~J♣H.

Rhys.wwfc

All of Solbakkens buys, I know what Jacketts playing at here. He wants to buy his OWN complete squad, who can blame? All his transfers have been top notch so far, well done to Jackett for transforming the squad and continueing to do it. Hopfully we can shift doyle, ward, foley, sigs, razak, tongo, and finally margie, ahh what the hell and Clarke.

Johneboywolves

It would be interesting to know the thoughts of Mr Moxey regarding the selection of the team managers he helped appoint plus the due diligence process undertaken in allowing so many under performers be given lucrative long term contracts. In any other business his judgement would be examined and indeed his capability of performing his role would be seriously questioned. Kenny Jackett is the best selection so far and I would imagine that was largely due to recommendations from the football technical director and his team?

UTW and KTF

Solentwolves

There is something very unseemly about all of this. The sooner it is behind us the better.

Jack the Hat

Solent,

I agree, is the boss doing his best for the club and its players or for his own egoism, mmmm.

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derbyshirewolf

Misplaced humour this time J.T.H. For such a serious topic your attempt at levity is somewhat childish. This is a serious issue, and I tend to agree with chris h's views about it yesterday. All of these players have been treated like pariahs, by the club certainly, and especially demonised unfairly and cruelly by numerous posters on this site.------ What have they done so wrong? Yes, they were part of the set up which resulted in a double relegation, but the greatest burden of blame and shame for that has to lie with Mr. Moxey andMr. Morgan. After all, it was they who ran the club,and made disastrous managerial appointments which culminated in the signing of these players.------As for them sitting out their contracts, that is their legal, if not moral right. M.+M freely negotiated the contracts that they signed, so, therefore, M.+M. must bear the burden of their errors of judgement manfully, and without any sign of whinging. As for the players, in the shortest of careers, who can blame them for putting their own personal interests first? Some may put their desire to prove themselves as footballers first, and in doing so ,take financial cuts. Some may not. It is their choice.-----The only people who should be exonerated from any blame in this are the current head coach and his team. They have come in fresh, have kick started this club (very successfully), and in the process, whether you agree with them or not, have done it without the need to use these players who have been tarnished by the history of the previous two seasons. ----And this is the real point. K.j. and co. have moved on. These footballers, and the debate about them, are history. They, and we, in the next twelve months or so, will all move on.

Jack the Hat

derbyshire,

I certainly agree with your sentiments apart from trying to lay the blame with Mr. Moxey and Mr. Morgan. Were they fighting with the Stewards, wrecking dugouts and advertising boards, barracking the players at every opportunity which undermined their confidence?, no they weren't. The blame firmly lays on the Dog Head element of wolves fans, referring to them I say wolves fans loosely.

Thanks for the sensible chat it was a bit upmarket than some other posts beforehand.

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wolfo

your getting in a hissy fit about stuff wolves fans seriously don't give a crap about, sitting there in your arm chair, just because you have found the internet out. get a life your on here everyday its pre-season pal give it a rest, why not watch the world cup and worry about your own clubs affairs or lack of, instead of nit picking sounding like a moaning old codger, your huffing and puffing hot air

Jack the Hat

wolfo,

Make a cup of tea and calm down before your pressure valve blows. Why should I worry about my club?, it is in safe hands, have you forgotten we have just acquired a marque signing Joleon Lescott is the name.

Now back to the real issues, wolves have so much dead wood you could keep a bonfire blazing for six months day and night, so stay bright, keep warm and sleep tight. Do what mommy said, rest your weary head, do't get out of bed, don't you let the bed bugs bite, .............there are no cannibals anymore, apart from Suarez that is.

Gorra loff ay ya.

BOING~~~~BOING~~~~J♣H.

Chillo Wolf

Demonised by posters and media that may well be but treated like pariahs by the club? Have to disagree Derbyshire.

The club have a obligation to pay them and that is what they have done. Kenny has no obligations to play them and if if doesn't see a future for them at the club then that is his call. The team must come first.

They are free to train, free to search for other clubs and that is the end of the matter.

Nobody at the club has treated them like pariahs, so called fans and media have though i agree

chris h

Chillo, Some people have mindsets whereby they cannot accept any form of criticism of those in authority. It is probably something in the DNA dating back to serfdom and bowing to the Lord of the Manor. The only way to survive is to never question those at the top, indeed if you suck up to them enough you might actually prosper.

We are talking about professional footballers,who have been told en masse that they will not be considered in any circumstances to play for the first team. They are not allowed to mix and train with the other senior players who are their colleagues and some may be personal friends. It has been implied that they have been disruptive and not given 100% effort . Everybody in football knows who they are and how thay are being treated. They have families and they have there own pride and personal feelings. Most professional football clubs, and most employers ,treat their staff better.The fact that they are being paid is a legal obligation, but there are other factors at work that need to be considered.

Jack the Hat

chris h,

Your humanity goes before you and that post makes me very humble indeed. You look at the situation from both sides but most of all you give great insight into those players feelings and how degrading it is to be ostracized. Thanks for that. How times have changed since I saw O'Hara crash the ball into the net at my beloved Hawthorns.

BOING~~~~BOING~~~~J♣H.

wolvesmanphil

to be fair on the above players they were not the cause of wolves two relagations from premier to divison one when a new manager comes in he whats is own players fair play but surely to get rid of these players you need them in the shop window, playing in reserves i can see ohara playing down his contact but i think it will finish him as a top class player he throught he was by not playing in the last two years difficult one to solve for kj and mr moxey, lay of moxey he as managed to keep this club from going under in some ways and backed his managers who ever came in, to manage this club yes he made mistakes but everybody makes in life, he learned from them by backing jackett long may it continue but wolves have a limit to how much they want to pay in wages , if i was steven ward i would go on reduced wages to brighton to to get first team footie every week you only have to look at the 3 big names that left fletcher, struggled with injuries, kightley now at burnley, jarvis struggled to hold down a regular pace at west ham, henry also struggled at qpr, so not done any better really except all back in premiership, you need to showcase these players no longer wanted, play them in friendlies allow scouts to watch offer incentives to move these players on else we will be out of pocket big time,

derbyshirewolf

Blimey wolvesmanphil, all eighteen and a bit lines in one sentence!!! Are you trying to enter the Guinness book of records? I'm so glad I wasn't holding my breath until the end of the sentence, or I could have done myself some serious harm.

Midlands

Total idiot

derbyshirewolf

No Midlands, J.T.H. is NOT a total idiot. He is clever,often informed, and sometimes even humorous. However, I just thought that, on this occasion, his humour was inappropriate.----- I do agree with you Jack about the sometimes shocking behaviour of some Wolves fans, as well as the thoroughly nasty, often badly expressed posts that they send, though I don't suppose that it's any different on the Baggies' site However they, the fans DIDN'T negotiate the contracts.That had to be down to you know who. By the way, I too admire your rapping talents.

Jack the Hat

derbyshire,

Thanks pal for your thoughts, of course wolves are in a quandary what to do with all those players as they a re not in a good financial position to pay them all off. Mr. Morgan is only allowed to pay out £5m on top of the £3m allowed by the F.F.P.D. to fend off debt and that isn't much these days. lets hope it works out well in the end. Some fans haven't a clue of the vast amounts of money it takes to run a modern football club, they believe wrongly may I add that all profit is for strengthening the squad. It is very sad that those players can't be utilized while they are being paid by the club, they at least would give the squad much needed depth which will be vital over the forthcoming grueling season.

By the way, I won't be changing my nom de Guerre to Jack the Rapper.

Gorra off ay ya.

BOING~~~~BOING~~~~J♣H.

Johneboywolves

On occasions Jack can verge on being humorous, but very infrequently. I'm disappointed that the intellect he possesses is wasted by continually posting barbed comments on here then tries to accuse people of not having a sense of humour.

I'd have no complaints whatsoever if Jack's posts were objective and not abusive but he doesn't seem to be able to resist.

Try it Jack and you might get some educated responses instead of insults winging back and fro?

UTW and KTF

Jack the Hat

Johneboy,

I answer posts how they are aimed at me as I see it, also in answer to Dog Heads who visit the light side. Yes, some of my banter jumps the gun as situations warrant it. Shame banter isn't your forte, so you need to practice some, have fun.

BOING~~~~BOING~~~~J♣H.

Jack the Hat

derbyshire,

I've watched Albion over many years until illness prevented me apart from the rare occasion. Never have I seen Albion fans marauding and breaking anything at the Hawthorns. I remember police on horseback, there wasn't any trouble for them apart from fans wanting to give the horses a pat. There must be something in the water down the A41 and it isn't just lime deposits. Mind you we do have a few undesirables from on this very string who visit the light-side. Anyway the big kickoff will soon be on us.

All the best.

BOING~~~~BOING~~~~J♣H.

Johneboywolves

Jack dear boy, I could out banter you any day, and do. It's a battle of wits with an unarmed man.

How's life in Sandwell Borough? Still lurking in the shadows of the 2 other Birmingham clubs? It must be tough going though with an unwanted manager (and PLEASE don't go down the coach manager argument) and player's agents queuing up outside his door? (to leave that is). And PLEASE don't give me the Lescott drivel. He's 31, carrying a knee injury and sees 2 years at Albion as a pension top-up.

Banter on Jacky boy :-)

UTW and KTF

Jack the Hat

Johneboy,

You call that banter?, all you are saying is " Please don't ". The way Ken Jackett is going it will be a struggle to throw a five a side match together in training, without subs too. One or two clubs coming in for your better players and wolves will have to consider taking over the women's team. Imagine you lot howling " We am the Dingle Dolls ay we".

Gorra loff ay ya.

BOING~~~~BOING~~~~J♣H.

wolfo

On topic these were never KJ's signings in the first place, end of, they don't fit into KJ's plan's, so why all the criticism?

They had there chance, I don't feel sorry for any of them, or how they have been treated, checked o'hara's instagram profile and he's been living it up, living the rich life. same with the rest of them.

If KJ thinks there not good enough to wear the shirt then its good enough for me.

wolvesmanphil

sorry derbyshirewolf forgot full stops. It seems to me all the unwanted player's have been painted with the same brush, which is a bit unfair, it was only an handful that had got echo's bigger than the club, and caused the unrest in the dressing room. .You can go back to macarthys days in charge, to see what was going on, ? i think the express and star should make a better headline when reporting on unwanted players, loan stars heading back to wolves to uncertain future for most,.

chris h

I have been a regular at the Molineux for over 50 years, like a number of others who post on here, but in all my time I have never known anything quite like the current situation with so many players put in the 'doghouse.' In previous years I have known of one or two players who, having fallen out with the manager, have been discarded to the reserves. But we currently have nearly a complete football team who have publicly been advised they have no future with the club. I said on here some 9 months it would have made more commercial sense to try and negotiate deals with these players, as the club has previously done with a number of other players in recent years. As others have said, to publicly exclude these players is not the best way to put them in the shop window and is likely to make prospective future signings think again before joining us. If things don't work out well in our difficult first 5 games, you never know we might want to make use of some of these players. Equally if we struggle next season will that trigger another 6 of the current first team squad to be similarily dischargad and excluded.As Solent so rightly says 'there is something very unseemly in all of this.The sooner it is behind us the better'.

Johneboywolves

Chris, like you I'm a mature Wolves supporter and agree that I've never seen so many unwanted players on the books. If KJ wants them out then they should be segregated from all levels of Wolves teams and a rapid solution found even if it does mean paying them off. They can't be improving the morale around the club so why let them linger?

wolvesmanphil

yeah that's the point i was trying to make that the way these players are excluded, seems uncommercially silly and agree seems something very unseemly happening, not good you rightly say players might think if things don't work out off you go.surly you show other clubs what they are cable off given correct training, and management, we all know the players with big echo's. Without naming name's, maybe in the past we have kept players that have under achieved, but never caused any problem, one example who springs to mind freddy eastwood came here from southend, brought uprooted his family but never given a change to prove himself and rightly so questioned why he had being brought if he wasn't going to play regular, it seems clubs buy players just to stop other clubs from buying them same applies to leon clarke wolves knew he was attracting attention from other clubs near the top, ok we had dicko, so if given clarke having good preseason, will he be sold on, makes you wonder, .But yes the situation at wolves is concerning wolves fans and the unwanted

The Flying Winger

Just underlines the mess we were in and how we grasped at anything, non off these players did anything for the club, except for Foley another player messed around by McCarthy and co.

Who signed the cheques and contracts???

All this is coming back to "bite us"!!!!????

wolvesmanphil

I agree flying winger it underlines what a real mess we are in, with these players can't be easy for them either, Foley is just one of a number of players messed around to be honest, yes the buck stops with the manager who wanted to sign these players and who ever signs the cheques and contracts ( jez moxey i would have throught) i hope now they have learned from past mistakes and they continue the way kj is running things his way

Albrightondek

There's not really anything new about this story that we didn't already know.

However, I'm rather intrigued that Sigurdarson's name is not mentioned. Of all the foreign players that were shipped out on loan, I thought that he should be given a second chance on his return. Could it be that Kenny Jackett is having second thoughts about him?

kenco

I agree albrightondek. Some Wolves fans are falling right into the hands of sandwell town posters on these pages. You look at the players we have had over the past 4 years and they are the collective responsibility of mick, stale, morgan and moxey.

Razak-Good but always injured not much use for us wanting to get in the prem.

Margreitter- traditional cb that couldn't get in the team when the manager that brought him was here...

Doumbia- reminds me of henry or olofinjana too one dimensional to make it in the big time.

Ohara- Good player in his peak but he does himself no favours as his ego is just too big!

Johnson- will never be forgiven for turning up half soaked and fighting with hennessey to be fair though who is worse looking back now? Just lacked passion during that 2nd relegation.

Foley- promised so much didn't really get a chance to show full potential.

Ward- like foley a disaster of micks tinkering. Couldn't defend at lb in the prem.

I'd say Jackett thinks pretty similarly, to be fair siggy is gonna go mate as if we do well next year he won't have a chance!

UTW

Solentwolves

As Sigurdson will be back in November, and assuming that by then we will have solved the issue regarding those players the club wishes to move on, we would have little to lose by taking another look at Siggy in the weeks leading up to Christmas.

Tellitasitis

If anybody is still remotely interested in this site today, and I must confess that I lost my interest in this story a long time ago, but I've only just caught up with all of yesterday's posts, here's my final and my definitive opinion on the issue, for what it is worth.

I do not see anything "unseemly" in the attitude of, or treatment by, the club towards "the outcasts". On the contrary, I believe that the club has acted reasonably in the circumstances that it finds itself in. I don't believe that any other club would have acted in any better way.

We have an unprecedented number of unwanted players simply because we have had an unprecedented period of failure, (2 successive relegations), before last season. The unwanted players were part of that failure and they are having to pay the price of that failure, as indeed are we all.

The price being paid by the club and we the fans will be with us for many years yet. The players will move on.

I accept all of the humanitarian views expressed about the effect on those players and their families. Excellent points have been made in this respect and I would be the first to hope that the players concerned all move on to other clubs where they are wanted and be successful.

At the moment though, they are Wolves players in name only because whist we still hold their registration it has been made clear to them on numerous occasions now that they have no part to play in the future of the club.

We have to do something with them whilst they are still here. We are allowing them to train and use the excellent facilities. They are not banned in any way and in O'Hara's case he is allowed to play for the under 21's. Johnson and the rest have been with other clubs and may yet find clubs again for next season, so I don't foresee any problem there.

Things are undoubtedly unpleasant for them but not intolerable. I don't see any hidden agenda on the part of the club, or conspiracy to make things so intolerable, that they are forced to go.

I accept all of those arguments about the effect their situation is having upon their dignity and their families. In my opinion, dignity firstly has to come from within the individual. Turning up drunk to training; going on air publicly to imply that the club is no longer big enough for you thereby belittling the club; and disrespecting the club and the fans by the sarcastic hand-clapping incident at Brighton, whatever provocation might have been felt at the time, was known throughout football the moment the incidents happened. The players have to take responsibility for their own loss of dignity. I doubt it will ever be possible for them to regain the respect of the Wolves fans but it can be done. Stearman, for one , has done it magnificently this season.

I also accept the financial arguments for the reluctance of O'Hara in particular not to be prepared to take a cut in earnings and the effect that such action would have on family and lifestyle.

It's a tough decision to have to make, but in order to restore his own self-respect I think he has to make that decision sooner rather than later.

At the moment he portrays an image to the football world of a man who has sold his soul for gold. The essence of his soul as a professional footballer should be football first and to play at the highest level his ability and circumstances dictate, not money. Until he does that he will not regain his self-respect, the respect of the club, the fans, or the rest of the football world.

I'm going to be away again now for at least 4 days. I've tried to articulate my opinion as clearly as I can in case anyone actually sees this blog and wants to respond. I won't be able to respond in return, so apologies for that.

Farmer Ted

This cannot be right, you just don't treat people like this...especially in public. Who's decided this second tranche of players should be exiled? Morgan? Moxey? Jackett? But more importantly who decided how it should be done?

The original possee of 'The Unwanted' and now Solbakken's 'Follies' may not fit into KJs plans, they may have made mistakes, but, Jeez, this ain't the way to do business. As somebody else said, what do other potential targets make of this lot, especially if their agents represent any of the exiles.

On a lighter note, I was very disappointed to see that Jack the Dim failed to beat his personal best yesterday. The day before he managed a magnificent EIGHTEEN posts on our site. Yesterday it was a miserable TWELVE.

Possibly mesmerised by Robert Plant at Glastonbury and that swathe of Wolves' flags.

Never mind Jack, Dolly's on this afternoon....'Working Nine To Five ( on the Wolves site)' ....right up your street.

Jack the Hat

Mangel Wurzel,

I agree, Jackett Has slammed the door shut on all these players and as the season rolls on he will regret it. Alan Irvine is a different animal, he wants to talk to Albion's disgruntled youngsters and that is the difference between the two. Jackett came in and before he could talk to the want to stay players they found themselves ostracized. Now that is clearly a boss who knows nothing of man management. Have a good day.

BOING~~~~BOING~~~~J♣H.

Farmer Ted

JtD,You might agree with me, but I don't agree with you. KJ has every right to leave players out and use the squad he's built. As for not knowing a thing about man management, are you that dim you don't realise last season's recovery was ALL about his superb man management skills? My criticism is the way this situation is being handled, for which I believe the decisions lie elsewhere. None of us have a problem with the term 'transfer listed' but who let the world know they are 'exiled' and training with the under 21s?

Thankyou for wishing me a good day. I am at Edgbaston watching the Bears play Notts. Let's hope we don't get beaten again or it'll feel like the Hawthornes.

Enjoy Dolly? Was that you in the crowd with the blonde wig and melons up your blouse?

Thomas

Cretin!!

Jack the Hat

Thomas,

I doubt that, was your ancestor nabbed for peeping in Coventry and do you own a tank engine?.

Gorra loff ay ya.

BOING~~~~BOING~~~~J♣H.

JIWAL

You racist fool... aiming the ghetto comments at our coloured players, you should be ashamed of yourself.You think you are funny, I think you are a very sad inidividual to resort to stuff like this

" Colours" vs " whites" ??? Dear me ....go get back under your rock

Jack the Hat

JIWAL,

Obiously you weren't around in the fifties when Billy Wright, Jimmy Murray, Bobby Mason, Gerry Harris and the first team ( Coloured Strip ) played the public practice match against the reserves such as Alan Hinton, Cliff Durrant, Terry Wharton, Barry Stobart ( White strip ). Ghetto rhymes with Netto just to educate you and Harlem doesn't come into it. Try talking to wolves old timers and learn about your club. Where have all the old magical names gone, such as Jamaica, Holland, England?. The new names haven't the same ring when their fans chant, come on West Indies, Netherlands, Britain.

All the best.

BOING~~~~BOING~~~~J♣H.

sylvain2u

I get the feeling that rightly or wrongly Johnson, and ohara are labelled as the main culprits left at the club that caused disharmony and poor team spirit 2 seasons ago. So I see why KJ wants to get rid.

Cant say the same for boukari, doumbia, margretter , foley or ward. Yes they may be surplus to requirements but until they go, they should remain part of the main squad.

I'll leave kenny to pick his squad and team, but is anyone telling me that the likes of davis,edwards are better midfielders than doumbia.? Or that Ricketts and golbourne are better full backs than ward?

We took league one by a storm, but some of the players who gained us promotion may not adapt to playing at a higher level in the championship. We already have experienced players at this level but dont want to use them?

Also what if the club cannot move them all on?

Wolves fans are fickle and a bad start will soon lead to us calling for the return of these players.

chris h

A bit of pruning going on I see. Wolves prune staff. Express and Star prune some posts. Must be catching.