05 February, 2011

WOLVES 2-1 Manchester United: Wolves devour Premier League Champions:

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"I am very proud of my   players, but I always am for the way they do their job. DOYLER was sensational again today"
 - Mick McCarthy

Elokobi heads Wolves' equaliser

It was top versus bottom at Molineaux today, but plucky Mick McCarthy's men pulled off a shock by becoming the first club to beat Manchester United this season.
Having beaten Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester City this season:  WOLVES have taken arguably the biggest scalp in English football by beating Premier League Champions Manchester United at Molineaux today. Manchester United were attempting to break a club record of 29 League games without defeat, but Wolves' players, as ever, battled with all their hearts to keep Wolves very much in touch now at the bottom of the Premier League table. Wolves' Irish (and former Cork City) star KEVIN DOYLE bagged the winner five minutes before half-time.
Great win for 1990 Ireland World Cup captain Mick McCarthy
Wolves have played very well this season and certainly do not deserve to be bottom of the Premier League, but luck has not been on the side of the Old Gold club. Wolves' results have been very up and down this season. Wolves luck has been a lot more down than up as well though. However, a win over Manchester United should serve as a boost to Mick McCarthy's men, and now, surely all the portents are there for Wolves to go on a run and pull clear of the relegation zone. 
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