But Stanley weren’t about to give up on their own dream of a first ever visit to Wembley. With three players cup-tied and injuries also biting, Wanderers tested their squad strength and gave starting chances to Josh Sheehan and Kachunga. Wanderers still needed to make the breakthrough, though, as they dominated possession and looked to punch a hole in a packed Stanley defence ahead of half-time. Wanderers: Trafford; Toal, Almeida Santos, Mbete (Jones 70); Bradley (Isgrove 97), Morley, Sheehan, John (R Williams 77); Lee; Charles, Kachunga. Booked: Trafford, MorleyAccrington Stanley: Jensen; Fernandes, Rodgers, Sangare; Longelo, Conneely (Adekoya 92), Coyle (Martin 57), McConville; Leigh (Mancini 92); Preesley (Woods 92), Whalley (Clark 75).
“In cup ties you just need to get yourselves in the next round regardless of performance,” said Wanderers’ boss Evatt after the victory over his former club. To watch the Video please enable "Targeting" in cookie settings“The first-half performance was good, the second half not so good but we’re in the next round and that’s what’s important. “It probably wasn’t as fluid as I want to see second half but we have to give great credit to the opposition for that. They came with a good game plan and caused us problems. “The first half was pleasing, the second half not so much but we’ve got a chance to re-set now and work hard on the training ground to get ready for Bristol Rovers next Friday.”4 months ago Bolton Wanderers
Cray Wanderers 1 Enfield Town 1 – Isthmian Premier, Saturday 22nd October – Match ReportCray Wanderers vs Enfield Town – Isthmian Premier – Saturday 22nd OctoberCray Wanderers 1Dan Bassett 60Enfield Town 1Wyllie 49Cray Wanderers made it four games unbeaten in the Isthmian Premier after coming from behind to gain a point from a lively encounter against Enfield Town. Enfield Town were beaten by Lewes in their last match and there were three changes to their side with Marcus Wyllie, Wraynel Hercules and Lewis Taaffe who scored twice in the 4-4 draw last season coming in for Bilal Sayoud, Lyle Della-Verde and James Dayton. Then, Enfield were awarded a free kick shy of 25 yards from goal but Jake Cass fired over the top. Enfield came close again when Cass cut inside and hit a curling shot which fractionally went past the right post as the Towners continued to threaten. Finally with half time approaching Taaffe found Youngs down the right of the area and drove his cross-shot wide of the left post.5 months ago Cray Wanderers FC
Wolves had considerably more attempts than their visitors, who were simply more clinical, with James Maddison and Jamie Vardy adding to the misery after the break. The goal was against the run of play, and Wolves continued to have joy when working openings, but didn’t take them. Half-time | Wolves 0 Leicester 2Wolves started the second period brightly, putting Leicester under pressure in search of a route back into the game, but once again chances went begging. Full-time | Wolves 0-4 LeicesterWolves | Sa, Jonny (Semedo 66), Collins, Kilman, Bueno, Neves, Moutinho (B Traore 80), Nunes (Campbell 66), A Traore, Podence, Costa (Hwang 80). Leicester | Ward, Castagne, Faes, Amartey, Justin (Thomas 88), Soumare (Mendy 61), Tielemans, Dewsbury-Hall (Praet 61), Barnes (Albrighton 79), Maddison, Daka (Vardy 61).5 months ago Wolverhampton Wanderers FC
Life away from Molineux has been tough so far, with the old gold claiming just one point from their six trips. Building up to Brentford 👊 pic.twitter.com/Wj958Hbl9K — Wolves (@Wolves) October 28, 2022#2 Time for a freshen up? In midfield, Boubacar Traore put in an energetic appearance against Palace, and could return to bring a different element to the old gold midfield. That incident had come after a six-minute break following a collision between two Brentford players, punctuating the first-half further. The old gold took 21 shots to Leicester’s five last Sunday but ended up losing 4-0.4 months ago Wolverhampton Wanderers FC
Molineux Fan Zone and North Bank BarThe Molineux Fan Zone is located next to Block 5 of the Sir Jack Hayward stand. Wolves supporters will have the opportunity to take to the Molineux pitch and win cash prizes at home matches across the 2022/23 campaign. Entry can be submitted in the Molineux Fan Zone, simply enter details at the stage and the winners will be announced in the Fan Zone prior to kick-off. Matchday ProgrammeThe official Wolves matchday programme is back for the 2022/23 season, with a new-look 84-page edition focusing on the Premier League clash and packed full of exclusive and bespoke content and features. Visiting supporters will also be welcome in the Wolves Fan Zone.5 months ago Wolverhampton Wanderers FC
On the last couple of weeks“Some of our second years have had some really good opportunities in the last couple of weeks which included the Papa John’s Trophy game. We’ve had opportunities to train with the 21s as a big group, so that’s stretched players in different ways. “It’s really good character building to go to different countries, experience different coaching and be in a different environment. It’s important they don’t get too carried away with them – they’re good opportunities but it’s not the be-all and end-all. We work really hard about us and what we want out of the game, not so much about the opposition.4 months ago Wolverhampton Wanderers FC
Receiving an iron infusion every one to two years could help people with heart failure avoid being admitted to hospital, new research suggests. In the study, funded by BHF, 1,137 people with heart failure and low iron levels received either intravenous iron infusions or their usual care. People who received iron infusions also reported a better quality of life at four months. The majority (78%) of the iron group received just one or two intravenous iron infusions during this time. Professor Sir Nilesh Samani, medical director at the BHF, said: “Heart failure is a debilitating condition, often requiring recurrent and prolonged hospitalisations.4 months ago The Bolton News