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cherryhopper
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Dec 18, 2018, 10:08 PM

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Re: [oftenscore6] Saturday 15th December 2018 or Reply Privately

Premier League
Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-0 AFC Bournemouth
Attendance 30,997
Ticket 27 - Programme 3.50

Cherries gifted Wolves the 3 points when Charlie Daniels received the ball from a throw in and inexplicably passed it back into the path of a Wolves player, the move finished by Jiminez in the 12th minute. The closest Cherries came to a leveller was when Junior Stanislas hit the bar with a free-kick in the second half. Chasing the game left our defence exposed and Cavaleiro broke clear to score Wolves' second in injury time. Since visiting Molineux with Sunderland exactly a year ago the away fans have been moved from the lower tier of the Steve Bull stand on the side to the corner of the large new Stan Cullis stand behind the goal. The rain coming through the gap between the stands meant I got soaked, but probably not as much as the home fans in the open section of the opposite corner, which I don't remember being there last year. More soaked walking back to Wolverhampton station where I learned the 1725 stopping service to Shrewsbury had been cancelled, good job I decided to leave my car at Telford rather than Shifnal or Albrighton which would have meant waiting another hour for the next train. The packed 1741 Holyhead service was 10 minutes late and didn't get back to my car in Telford until 1815 but made it to Latham Park with five minutes to spare for

Welsh Premier League
Newtown 3-1 Llandudno
Admission 7 - Programme 2
Attendance 191 according to league website but believe this was fudged to avoid the embarrassment of a double figure crowd in the WPLShocked. Heard gateman say in second half he took 90 at the turnstiles and 23 of those were FAW officials, struggled to make it much over 100 with my own headcount.

Game well described by Barcud Coch. Conditions were wet and blustery but at least much milder, a balmy 8c compared to 2c at Molineux. Liked the ground, plenty of character with four different stands, two on each side and an open seated stand behind one goal, a grass bank in the corner of the opposite end with built in concrete steps under crush barriers which look like they had a previous life as goalposts. The most sheltered area from the wind and rain was the old stand next to the clubhouse despite the roof only covering half the seats. Wasn't keen on watching from the new main stand as mesh netting impedes the view of the near goal. The tea bar has a good variety of food selling jacket potatoes with various fillings. Richmond Red also in attendance having snubbed Cherries for Burscough in the afternoon.


(This post was edited by cherryhopper on Dec 18, 2018, 10:13 PM)


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Post edited by cherryhopper (Chelsea Transfer Target) on Dec 18, 2018, 10:12 PM
Post edited by cherryhopper (Chelsea Transfer Target) on Dec 18, 2018, 10:13 PM


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