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Wolves duo sink Rovers

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Wolves impressive attacking duo of Nouha Dicko and Bakary Sako combined to ensure that the team celebrated 125 years of league football at Molineux in style with a 3-1 Skybet Championship win over Blackburn Rovers.

Dicko opened the scoring before Sako helped himself to a double as Kenny Jackett's side collected their fourth win from five games in the match the club had earmarked to commemorate the landmark.

The duo put Wolves two goals ahead before Jordan Rhodes gave Blackburn a lifeline from the...

Aug 23, 2014

Hudson own goal hands Wolves win

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Wolves completed a top-class hat-trick as a stoppage-time own goal from Mark Hudson earned them a 1-0 win Sky Bet Championship win against Cardiff.

Hudson deflected the ball into his own net following a speculative shot from Kevin McDonald.

The goal ensured Wolves have now beaten all three of the sides relegated from the Barclays Premier League last season, having already secured 1-0 wins against Norwich and Fulham.

The defeat capped a testing week in the worst possible way for Cardiff, who were in...

Aug 20, 2014

Wolves add to Fulham misery

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Wolves celebrate after taking the lead through Bakary Sako.

Fulham's miserable start to life in the Championship continued as they crashed 1-0 at home to Wolves.

Bakary Sako's first-half strike condemned the relegated Cottagers to a third straight defeat and left them one place off the foot of the table on goal difference.

In fact, to quote Craven Cottage regular and daytime quiz show host Richard Osman, Fulham are still 'Pointless'.

Sako could even afford to miss a stoppage-time penalty before manager Felix Magath trooped off to chants of 'Felix Out'.

M...

Aug 16, 2014

Rotherham United 1-0 Wolverhampton Wanderers

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An inventive and brave goal from substitute Ryan Hall ensured Rotherham United edged out fellow Sky Bet Championship newcomers Wolves 1-0.

The first ever Championship fixture at the New York Stadium started out as an open affair but it took until the final 15 minutes for the decisive goal to arrive.

When it did Hall reacted quickest to a rebound from Wolves keeper Carl Ikeme to bundle home to send the Millers fans into raptures.

Rotherham debutant Paul Taylor fired over the first shot of the game a...

Aug 12, 2014

D'Ath at the double for Cobblers

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Northampton midfielder Lawson D'Ath made a dream debut as his double helped to earn the League Two side a shock 3-2 Capital One Cup win against Wolves at Molineux.

Substitute D'Ath, 21, who joined Northampton last week having been released earlier in the summer by Reading, stunned Wolves with a brace in an amazing five-goal second half.

He grabbed his first in the 58th minute from just inside the area - only two minutes after being sent on.

Ivan Toney then doubled Northampton's advantage when he he...