All posts tagged with: Dominic Iorfa

Sheffield Wednesday 2019-20 Season Review with Steve Walmsley, Mark Younger and Connor Thorpe

The Championship season is provisionally set to resume on 20th June, so Gabriel Sutton spoke to three Wednesdayites. Mark Younger (@mark42swfc), Connor Thorpe (@CThorpeFootball) and Steve Walmsley (@SheffWedWOTMT) from the excellent War Of The Monster Truck discuss the 2019-20 campaign for the Owls and the future that lies ahead. Gab: It’s been bleak times for… Read more →

The Wolves View: Lambert the right choice?

Wolverhampton Wanderers have hit something of a brick wall. Following a progressive two seasons, they stagnated in the Championship last term, due to a combination of an unambitious board, key player exits and dull football. All three of those things arguably changed in the summer, yet head coach Walter Zenga’s reign lasted just 87 days. Fosun International… Read more →

Bees unpicked by clinical Wolves

Joao Teixeira’s early second half brace in Wolves’ 3-1 win over Brentford was key to the game’s eventual appeal. Until then neither side had threatened to score, but the first goal turned the dynamics of the match on its head. Sulley Kaikai reduced the deficit to spark a period of pressure from the Bees, but… Read more →

Snodgrass free-kick splits Hull and Wolves

Robert Snodgrass’ last minute free-kick kept Hull’s slim automatic promotion hopes alive in a tight 2-1 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers. The Tigers got an early goal thanks to Adam Diamonde’s tap-in but were pegged back by Dave Edwards’ header. Snodgrass’ winner was a touch harsh on Wolves, who had shown defensive discipline to keep the promotion challengers at… Read more →