All posts tagged with: Bakary Sako

Palace tightening their belts

Crystal Palace’s days of relatively heavy spending appear to have curtailed, with chairman Steve Parish and his American investors showing no signs of financing a mass influx of new signings during this transfer window. The South London club, now entering its sixth consecutive Premier League season, have spent large sums of money in recent times… Read more →

Can Jackett get the best out of Wallace?

Wolverhampton Wanderers have had a disappointing season. They are 12 points off the top six, therefore effectively out of the play-off reckoning by March. The Midlands outfit have been playing uninspiring football for much of the season and carry a limited attacking threat. Their underwhelming tally of 45 goals in 37 games can be attributed to many factors:… Read more →

Championship Preview: Gameweek 43

In the Championship, Middlesbrough could break into the automatic promotion places with a win over Wolves, who have dropped out of the top 6 after Saturday’s defeat at Birmingham. Both Bolton and Charlton are guaranteed to stay in the Championship next season, and can begin their planning for next season. Middlesbrough v Wolves The big… Read more →

The Kit Symons Fallacy

To quote the name of a football fanzine, ‘There’s Only One F in Fulham’. On the evidence of Tuesday’s match against Wolverhampton Wanderers, the F stands for ‘Frustrating’, to put it mildly. The Cottagers had plenty of possession at Molineux, but didn’t do enough to reward the small band of supporters who made the evening… Read more →