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PUNJAB UNITED WOLVESlongest serving asian football club est 1966
Opponent : Liverpool
Date : 26/12/09
Result : L 2 - 0
Two nil to the Referee
Wolves went into the game with same team as the one that beat Bolton. Liverpool started the game with all their big guns playing including a first start for Auilana,they started brightly having most of the possesion without troubling the Wolves defence. After 15 minutes Wolves started to get a grip on the game and should have been one nil up when Doyle misses a sitter from a corner. The game was an open end to end game without either side having a clear cut chance. Wolves went in at half time pleased with their showing, in fact the so called home fans (from all over the country) were booing the home team off. The 2nd half started as much like the first but within 15 minutes Wolves were down to 10 men when Ward was given a second yellow card this spurned on the home side you took advantage with Wolves having to make changes to their personal and system with Doyle being replaced by Elokobi, Mancianne replacing Milijas and soon after Iwelumo replacing Ebanks-Blake. Inevidently Liverpool's increased possesion saw them score 2 goals and see out the second half comfortably.
The games was marred by the sending off ,firstly the second offence was not warrant of a yellow card,it didn't need the 4th ref,the fat Spaniard or his goalkeeper begging the ref to send off Wardy, were they fearing us that much that they needed all the help they could get, also if Wardy's was a sending off how did Gerrard manage to stay on the pitch after 2 lunging tackles, in fact not even getting a yellow card. To all those plastic reds who were celebrating before travelling 70 miles or more to get back to their 'home towns' I would not go over board with this win you only beat us with 10 men plus the help off the ref, for Wolves in the first half we were a match for them with Jarvis being my Man of the Match as he ot only defended superbly but everytime he attacked he had the beating of England's right back