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10 May 2016 21:18:55
Any news on 'KJ' or the alleged takeover Mr 'T'?

Thanks in advance ;)

Chasetown Wolf

1.) 10 May 2016 22:40:48
Moxey singled out Bob Laslett for high praise at the awards do. Schmoozing perhaps?

2.) 10 May 2016 23:18:54
What's everyone's honest opinion of what's going to happen with this sale?

And where do you lot see us in exactly 1 years time?

3.) 11 May 2016 00:45:18
End of Season Dinner.

As we've said, a pretty uneventful season watching boring footy most of the time apart from some flashes of hope.

The Awards really if I’m truthful were pretty much a continuation of the season.
Young player of the year Conor Ronan.
Young professional of the year Dominic Iorfa
Top goal scorer (with 7 goals) James Henry
Players player of the year Matt Doherty
Goal of the season Matt Doherty
Fans player of the season Matt Doherty

I truly wish I could bring good news to the blog, but it’s not to be except for Doog and Wolfstroker.
The raffle Prizes were:-
A training day next season with training by (Kenny Jackett) and the team.
A signed photo of (Kenny Jackett) and the team of 2016/ 17.
A trip to Ireland with the team and be entertained at the hotel by (Kenny Jackett) .

(Kenny Jackett) said his aim was to get a team together to challenge for promotion Next season, surely Shirley, if this were a man that’s got the sack then Wolves have surely Shirley breached some trades description ruling.

Bob Laslett was there to receive an award for being the Wolves most prolific sponsor over the years, Poxey did elude to the fact that we are for sale and we are talking to some party but nothing concrete could be announced. (he was booed) If it is indeed Bob Laslett, then I’m concerned because he looked very non committal to me. (and a very scruffy twoddle)

I was expecting more, but I should be used to that by now after this season.

Sorry bloggers that’s what we got.

4.) 11 May 2016 05:41:27
Who is Shirley

5.) 11 May 2016 06:35:37
Shirley that's a joke. Like our Jez.

6.) 11 May 2016 08:09:19
'Shirley' you can't be serious!

7.) 11 May 2016 09:38:04
Basically no one is interested in the club, Jackett is going nowhere.

8.) 11 May 2016 10:06:10
That Paul Tamworth was talking bollocks then. Knew it, KJ ain't going anywhere.

9.) 11 May 2016 10:24:53
Looks like Jackett is staying, god help us!

10.) 11 May 2016 10:34:07
At best, negotiations are underway. If anyone thinks that a sale has been agreed with Laslett, or Grayken, or anyone else, they are mistaken. I think a sale will probably be concluded before the new season, but we could still be in limbo in a year's time.

11.) 11 May 2016 11:50:07
Maybe it's simply the case, Moneyshop are trying to buy and are still in negotiations, but Morgan has been resisting because he genuinely wants us to have a decent buyer and future (important for his legacy) .

So, Moxey agreed the sponsorship with Moneyshop because they promised to keep him on as CEO if he did and if they were able to buy, and because the sponsorship made the club much less attractive and so much less saleable to anyone other than Moneyshop? Maybe Moxey is stitching Morgan up with the Moneyshop sponsorship too, just to get new owners he knows will keep him in his job?

12.) 11 May 2016 12:04:23
You really think Morgan had no idea about the sponsorship- absolute rubbish. He has a man on the board who is his eyes and ears this would not have happened without his approval.

You really need to stop reading too much into Moneyshop buying the club. Did we know they would be the sponsors? No, the rumours broke a few hours before it was announced.

13.) 11 May 2016 12:47:44
Ap got to agree with that post, all this money shop guess work is getting boring.

14.) 11 May 2016 14:05:58
I think it's likely Moneyshop sponsorship was passed by Morgan, and disinterested / sulking as he is, he didn't give it any attention and didn't think it through, instead he gave approval and relied (as he has a right to) on Moxey's advice that it wouldn't be an issue. I suspect Morgan is now annoyed about Moneyshop because of the backlash, it will harm his reputation, harm his charity work, leave him with a very negative legacy, I think by banging on about it, he's our best hope getting it binned. And it's needs to be, because for some, Moneyshop is the end of the club.

And re Moneyshop buying - it is a cast iron fact, that 3yr sponsorship harms Wolves reach and potential, makes the club much less attractive and saleable to anyone but Moneyshop. So why was it implemented when the club is supposedly up for sale if Moneyshop aren't the buyers? If it's just a mistake, it's needs pursuing because it's such a massive mistake, it's got to be best bet to get rid of Moxey.

15.) 11 May 2016 14:13:47
I agree ULF can you post around 11pm when I'm having trouble sleeping!

16.) 11 May 2016 14:53:59
Where actually is it fact that it harms our saleability? It could be argued that it's guaranteed to provide income for 3 years.

Other clubs have sponsorship deals panning more than one year this is no different. I'm not happy about it being Moneyshop but I don't see it being any different in terms of our sale if it were another company.

17.) 11 May 2016 15:38:05
It's reasonable to push this as hard as possible now, because every day goes past, it's less likely it will get cancelled because shirts and merchandising are being printed. More time passes, more of that happens, more cost and bigger hassle to bin. Plus, this last week, with End of Season Dinner and kit launch has been a peak of activity relating to it, giving a platform to complain about it. Today is probably the last day of opportunity. In a week or so, attention will have moved on or gone off, no longer the platform and opportunity. So it's worth lobbying hard now about it, tiny and last chance to before it's too late.

And I'm not going to go through why it harms Wolves or why it makes Wolves less saleable again or in more depth, because it's boring. But it does. You should have seen what total fascists Man U were about their brand identity when I worked on their credit card, proper professionals and it's part of why they're such a success. In comparison we couldn't be more amateur and small time about our identity, despite it being our greatest asset.

18.) 11 May 2016 16:47:18
Can someone please explain WHY The sponsorship is such a big deal.

I'm a Wolves fan all my life and can't for the life of me see where all the hassle is.

It's just a sponsor, we aren't the first and certainly won't be the last club to be sponsored by a sponsor some fans didn't want.

I remember the last time the minority was listened too. (Steve Bruce) .

19.) 11 May 2016 16:58:14
Whilst I agree with ulf and can see the damage a shirt sponsor such as money shop can do to our standing as a club and respect to our history, who else do you think would want to sponsor us?

20.) 11 May 2016 17:08:31
Re why it's a bad sponsor. Lots of reasons, but one good one is - Blackpool and Wonga. How long ago was that, and Blackpool is still tarnished as a pay-day loan society because of it, it's harmed the towns image and regeneration. So it's at odds with WWFC being a positive force for image of the area, with Moneyshop it becomes a negative one.

And re other sponsor, if it is worth only £500k per season as trade press suggested, we'd have been as well not having a sponsor at all and having a heritage shirt with 3 wolves, re it's a heritage yr - 50yrs since England won World cup. We'd have made as much in shirt sales as Moneyshop paid us and will lose us in shirt sales, to some extent would have helped WWFC close the fan gap they've been creating since they didn't replace Sako, I bet the support the team would have had in those shirts would be worth points on the league table.

21.) 11 May 2016 18:28:07
When was the last time you went to Blackpool I think it's been in decline a lot longer than the sponsor from Wonga! I do agree with you on a long term basis this can damage but let's face it we're not an amazingly attractive prospect, mid-table looking for new owners and no ambition to progress.
I still think everyone is jumping to conclusions and Moxey is the master of spin so I think it will be someone we haven't even heard of we only get to know what we should know and all this talk of a close source within the club would they really risk loosing their job? Where's Ian Martin when you need him?

22.) 11 May 2016 19:37:22
Not been since I was a kid but used to work and so live Northwest so Blackpool was on my regional news, very sad it was so run down but they were investing lots trying to turn it around. It does have a lot of stunning Victorian architecture and sea front (if it's clean yet) , it does have a lot of cultural history, it did have potential to be fashionable and popular again.

It does have an image as being a bit cheap and tacky, but only because of how over exploited it was in mid 20th Cent. Now, that could just be interesting cultural history, make the place more intellectual but racey (kind of like Brighton has done) . Most of the Country didn't have a clue how it is now, gave it the potential to keep trying to improve and to get back on it's feet. But Blackpool FC carrying Wonga in Prem, rubber stamped that Blackpool was run down to the whole Nation, and that'll stick long-term. People will assume they don't need to check it out, they know it's rubbish - so it will have deterred shopping, tourism, other investment, harmed their opportunities to regenerate and be something better. I guess Oysten saw it as just more of the same old Blackpool thing, over exploiting, effectively dropping your litter wherever and not caring. But that's meant to be the past, everywhere, Blackpool was turning a corner, Oysten and Blackpool FC gave that the kiss of death with Wonga. WWFC are risking doing similar to Wolverhampton with Moneyshop.

Our Country is tragic, our leaders have no vision or feel, we are just a market and resource for them to exploit, not a community or anywhere special. Except maybe Burnley might be, and Leicester!

Re genuine rumours, I agree nothing will leak out of Wolves, but stuff could leak from a prospective buyer, why Laslett rumour might be more plausible as people may have contacts his side.

23.) 11 May 2016 19:59:12
You know ulf the 3 wolves shirt had gone through my mind too. It'd be ideal, but then again does it suggest a lack of interest or of a proud club doing it their way? People will make up their own minds, but I know how I interpret money shop and my kids won't be endorsing them by wearing the replica. Incidently their favorite of old, ( understandibly) , is the doritos design, promotion et al

24.) 11 May 2016 20:23:46
I think the club could have played it really well, spin doctoring is easy when you have momentum and that 3 Wolves shirt would have had loads of momentum in public opinion, outpaced any criticism straight to glory. Would have made so much on shirt sales, put other clubs to shame too, added to fortress Mol (lol) .

Maybe Morgan could still do it now, his way of recommitting, say he's realised the club needs to get back to basics and push on but with heritage intact, would make him a hero and give next season such a huge boost, crowd support would be worth more points than they'll get out of the Moneyshop money however they spend it.

And yes the Dorito's shirt - I avoided it at the time, it still annoys me now (cuz they did it for their brand colours blue and orange, we really were orange not gold in that shirt) . But actually I do really like it now because of the promotion and people I associate with it - better times, should have got one. And I do like Dorito's anyway. But I KNOW I won't be saying that about Moneyshop shirt, even if we landed on the moon in it, I just don't want to it as part of my identity.

25.) 12 May 2016 09:35:58
Surely the demise of Blackpool has nothing to do with wonga more to do with families being turned off the town by the influx of stag and hen parties.
The days of it being a family town went long before the football club took wonga as a sponsor.

26.) 12 May 2016 10:42:33
Yes I agree, but the Wonga sponsorship meant Blackpool was branded to the rest of the Nation as a broken underclass place, which harmed Blackpool's chances of breaking out of being that and becoming something better again (which it was slowly doing) . It's a true thing, money sticks.

Newcastle get away with Wonga, because Newcastle is already seen as a working class club, but the place is also so big and isolated, it's like a regional capital city, everyone knows it has the full range of classes, both rich and poor, good and bad areas, Shearer is a household name, its image is too big, strong, and well established to be affected by Wonga. But relatively small places like Blackpool and Wolves with weak largely unknown to the Nation modern identities and that are struggling and need to regenerate, are overwhelmed by the image of a pay-day lender, the negative identity of its industry is too strong - people will make assumptions about what Wolverhampton is like based on our association with Moneyshop. And if they check, because their looking for it there's plenty to back that negative assumption up.

Like Blackpool, Wolverhampton needs to be promoting what's good about itself (even if it's only potential to be better) , but Moneyshop makes that impossible, promotes and exaggerates the bad stuff that turns people away / stops them coming / shopping / investing etc. Wolverhampton was known as Queen of the Black Country, she deserves better than being branding to the rest of the Nation as a broken pay-day loan society. SJH would be spinning in his grave.

27.) 12 May 2016 11:01:04
All is not doom and gloom, this is what Moxey said followed by the Express & lie interview.

Moxey don't give a lot away (nothing) in fact


28.) 12 May 2016 12:22:57
Ulf I have to disagree, you're overthinking this completely. The reason Newcastle "got away" with having Wonga on the shirts was purely there was not as much fan backlash over the issue. In terms of Blackpool, the town's image/ regeneration, it has not been harmed by their football team having links with a payday loan company. Blackpool has been in need of regeneration for years and years and needs investment/ re-branding to change its image. Nothing to do with the football team.

I think its more a case of investment in areas by these companies in which they may see more of a return. I. e. Market research indicating that of the football teams that they can afford sponsorship, certain towns have a high potential for profit for them. More of a case of we'll sponsor Wolves because we can afford to and people around there are more likely to use our services.

I have a hard time believing that it's in any way linked to a take over or trying to get around FFP. I would have thought that if it's that simple, it would have been done by other teams and the loophole would have been quickly closed by UEFA.

29.) 12 May 2016 12:40:23
I'll be surprised if it's not Moneyshop who buys, and if so, in hindsight, I think we'll see evidence to suggest that was always what was going to happen and we've been played since last September.

But if so and all of WWFC's ducking and diving into mediocrity this season has just been because this season was abandoned early on in favour of selling to Moneyshop and creating maximum resource and chance for their first season - next season, and the sponsorship is just to get a big Prem push warchest round FFP for next season (alongside Moneyshop's purchase of the club) , who knows how it will work out, it might be ok. I don't object to Moneyshop owner buying, I object to WWFC and Wolverhampton being sponsored by and so branded to the Nation as Moneyshop, and so as a broken underclass pay-day loan society. But it might just be a temporary FFP trick, we'll see.

30.) 12 May 2016 13:02:14
The partnership with Moneyshop started 7 years ago and no one even mentioned it then. Has it damaged our image NO. The only damage we have had is negative football, the sale of our best players and no new investment after these sales.
A 3 year sponsorship deal is better than the 1 year with Silverbug and revenue over a longer period makes for a better business to invest in and purchase. So I think this is all about making Wolves a more lucrative business to buy.

31.) 12 May 2016 14:17:25
Stand sponsorship isn't really sponsorship at all, it's fancy jargon to make out it has more value. Unless a sponsor has actually paid for the stand to be built and so it and the fans in it are only there supporting because of the sponsor - it's an inanimate object, it doesn't take any part in or affect the competition, it's just advertising space, that doesn't reflect on the fans or club at all.

A shirt sponsor though, a sponsor as main partner with the club as Moneyshop now are (and weren't before) is a completely different thing, with shirt worn by the players and fans, it is part of the competition, what unites us and what we're cheering on, and so the sponsor becomes part of the identity of the club - to us and to the outside World.

And re 3yr Moneyshop is better than 1 more yr Silverbug - how, when we could have got another sponsor for the following 2 yrs. In my pro opinion, if it's not a trick to get tons of cash round FFP, we'd have been better off (financially long-term) with either no sponsor and a heritage shirt, or a free charity sponsor, never mind Silverbug who are fine and would have paid something. And, considering a 3yr tied sponsorship with Moneyshop (a sub-prime sponsor) makes the club less saleable. 1 yr with Silverbug who are not sub-prime wouldn't have.

And no one can deny it does make the club less saleable, if in only terms of the fan reaction. Game or 2 back, Moxey made a statement in the match program saying the fans needed to be as united, positive, supportive of the club as possible to make club most saleable. With Moneyshop he's achieved the opposite - divided fans and caused endless aggro - so in Moxey logic it makes us less saleable.

And, that shirt does divide fans, it will undermine support in games next season, it will give opposition something to take the micky out of, we'll be weaker supporting and so playing because of that shirt (compared to one everyone would have enjoyed supporting) , it's likely to lose us more points than the sponsorship Money can buy us however it's spent (unless it is a massive warchest to get round FFP) .

32.) 12 May 2016 18:43:21
Dunno bout charity sponsors these pinstriped monstrosities look like they've come from the racks of a charity shop. Last seen in div 3/4. And that's the impression money shop logo gives. Why the yellow underline?



20 Dec 2015 19:09:20
I have it on good authority that Wolves will make an important announcement on Tuesday. I obviously cannot divulge the contact concerned, however, watch this space!

Chasetown Wolf

1.) 20 Dec 2015 21:01:24
is it to do with takeover or managerial situation? I believe it is to do with the takeover as I have seen there is a lot of activity at molineux lately.

2.) 20 Dec 2015 21:40:08
Don't divulge the contact, just tell us what the announcement is.

3.) 20 Dec 2015 23:08:28
Tuesday at 8.50am, important club announcement - and it is not about Jackett being sacked. On good authority.

4.) 20 Dec 2015 23:38:58
If only this were true. I'd give anything for some club-related good news right now.

5.) 21 Dec 2015 08:44:44
Why 08:50?
Surely any announcement be whatever its about would be mid morning?

6.) 21 Dec 2015 09:08:48
They're revealing the Boxing Day menu for the match on Saturday. Turkey sandwiches all round for those in the corporate boxes.

7.) 21 Dec 2015 09:24:00
Pies are going up to fund a new defence! 🎅🏻🙈.

8.) 21 Dec 2015 10:47:30
Chap on another site has said the same about an announcement on Tuesday mornin? That can be the only reason JACKETT hasn't been sacked yet! Hopefully new owners? That would be a great Christmas present.

9.) 21 Dec 2015 12:18:23
all is strangely quiet around molineux I have noticed jez moxeys car has not turned up which leads me to believethat a major announcement is due. I wonder if it is down to who he spoke to on his mobile last thursday?

10.) 21 Dec 2015 12:42:50
Most likely Moxey has found another sponsor.

11.) 21 Dec 2015 12:59:23
I've heard it's a billionaire who is going to turn Molineux into a 50,000 seater and put whatever it takes into the team to get us into the champions league.

Then I woke up!

I'm sick of listening to Moxey tbh, all he tells us is lies.

If we're going to stick with Kenny then sell Benik and let him reinvest in who HE wants and not anymore kids from Therwell.

12.) 21 Dec 2015 14:00:42
Ive seen this repeated on a number of sites but i'm really not getting any hopes up. It will be a local butchers has sponsored the youth team or something.

13.) 21 Dec 2015 14:55:36
I hope there is an announcement but I haven't heard anything except what's above. The 4-1 loss yesterday might be the catalyst. If new owners come in they will surely keep Kenny on for at least a handover period pending their own long term appointment. If nothing is happening I assume Kenny will stay and be given some of the Afibe sale proceeds to spend in January.

14.) 21 Dec 2015 15:33:06
The reuban brothers were at molineux last week.

15.) 21 Dec 2015 17:01:49
Its being reported that we have agreed a fee with Legia Warsaw for a a bloke called Zyro. I hope this isn't the announcement.

16.) 21 Dec 2015 17:15:54
How do u know as far as is known since Rubén wanted in but Morgan tried fleece him and still wants shares in club so Rubens pulled out.

17.) 21 Dec 2015 19:25:51
I have it on good authority it is to announce that the tea lady has finally managed to get permission to change the brand of tea she uses.
I am not at liberty to tell you which brand she is choosing but has finally persuaded the powers to be that the old one was very weak.

18.) 21 Dec 2015 19:48:44
Announcement another winger how many do we have now, who is responsible for signing all these wingers, I would love to now the truth is it K. j. or is backroom staff or both can someone tell me its a joke.

19.) 21 Dec 2015 20:41:04
It's about time Moxey clarified who signings these are!
But best way is get rid of Jackett and Thelwell then we cover the problem!

20.) 21 Dec 2015 21:58:33
Give jackett some credit! At the moment, yes were having a bad run, and jackett has made mistakes. But up until this season so far, he has done well for wolves and deserves time and a chance to turn things round. At least he has the bottle to stand up and publicly state what the problems are and what we need to do.

21.) 22 Dec 2015 08:05:10
Trouble is we've seen Wolves dropping down the league that many times and we never pick ourselves up just get worse other clubs make changes earlier in the season and do much better.




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18 May 2016 21:58:16
Best wishes folks,

I'm finished commenting on here,

All the very best,

Chasetown Wolf x.

Chasetown Wolf

1.) 18 May 2016 22:45:32
That's a shame but can't say I blame you. It's like Groundhog Day on here!

2.) 18 May 2016 23:12:23
Sorry to see you go. Hope you reconsider though. This site, like all the others, reflects the frustrations of Wolves fans. If we'd just been promoted to the PL I think things would be a lot different.
I bet comparable sites for Derby fans are also full of similar discontent, maybe even more so.

{Ed003's Note - We can only post what is put through by the posters. }

3.) 19 May 2016 09:44:16
Aw, don't be like that Chasetown. Some people hare a a bit edgy about gossip but everyone's thoughts and speculations are welcome by most of us. This is far better than the E&S comments section.

4.) 19 May 2016 11:24:56
Hard time to be a Wolves fan with nothing happening at the moment, if it is run the same as last year shopping at poundland to buy players, I don't now what to think, being honest wolves fans but you cannot pay good earned money to watch that football we produced at home, if nothing changes I will take up fishing and wait till we spend some money or wait for new owner or owners to come in.



12 May 2016 22:21:36
Martinez for Wolves, I wish!

Pity we cannot afford him, great manager!

He would not come anyway, just like Bruce and Curbishley.

Such a pity.

Chasetown Wolf

1.) 13 May 2016 01:44:47
Rumour had that Bruce was as good as signed up until the vocal few gave Morgan cold feet and he pulled the plug. now doesn't that sound a little familiar.?

2.) 13 May 2016 08:27:57
He had verbally agreed a deal and was waiting for a copy of the contract to go over it with his solicitor, the phone rang, Bruce answered thinking it was his solicitor to find it was Moxey telling him that they had decided not to proceed.
The rest as they say is history.



06 Apr 2016 20:43:28
It's all very strange, when we win, all the negative posters go missing! lol.

Chasetown Wolf

1.) 06 Apr 2016 21:19:29
Not missin! I put this mornin a win against a side who will be relegated is nothin to get excited about! Season over in Jan! 5, 0-0! More losses than wins and a minus goal differance! Great season! Let's hope for a standing ovation for the players and management after the sheff weds game! They all deserve it! 😂😂😂.

2.) 06 Apr 2016 21:27:51
Morgan close to agreeing deal with a consortium headed by East Anglian business men who have been trying to invest in a London club but have switched interest to Wolves.

3.) 06 Apr 2016 21:38:08
Great news Realist.

4.) 06 Apr 2016 21:56:43
Let's not personalise this, my post went out to all negative Wolves posters, not just you Mr 'T'!

5.) 06 Apr 2016 22:00:48
A spokesman from Norfolk Enchance has denied the rumours.

Sorry Paul.

6.) 06 Apr 2016 22:17:22
We can only hope.

7.) 06 Apr 2016 22:35:29
Not negative just realistic! We don't just bury our heads in the sand and happy clap everything about Wolves! This season has been a complete write off! U never know realist, there not going to admit it before anything is signed and sealed.

8.) 06 Apr 2016 22:38:18
I think we all know that one win doesn't change the season we've had but it doesn't half help. Great to see Edwards back but sorry to hear Zyro will be out for a long spell. Seemed like a challenge worthy of a red card looking at the footage. Price is unstoppable - future captain?

9.) 06 Apr 2016 23:08:09
Cor you see Paul Tamworth the realist is pulling ya leg lol.

10.) 07 Apr 2016 11:07:54
No Felixthecat the Realist is the dog b---ocks!

11.) 07 Apr 2016 13:00:59
Chasetown wolf do you honestly think that a win against M. K. dons will change my opinion of how we have played all season with the football and entertainment we have achieved, you must be joking, glad the seasons nearly over and hope for very big changes next year and more than anything hope that Morgan as gone, and new owners are in because I don't think I could take another season of this football with Jackett in charge, could you wolves fans, the worst thing as been the performances at home which have been awful mainly down to Jacketts team selections and tactics which is taking far to long to put right seams to have lost the plot, and Moxey did say that top 6 was minimum requirement, so we wait for decision by the pie man.

12.) 07 Apr 2016 15:37:24
Pt. take a second look he's ringing your bell again.



17 Mar 2016 20:17:44
Welcome to my page Mr 'T', now what exactly do you want to know? lmao :)

Chasetown Wolf

1.) 18 Mar 2016 07:19:06
Tell me who is buyin Wolves Mr C---? )

2.) 18 Mar 2016 11:45:41
Moxey says he understands early bird season tickets are lowest since 2013 with fixture changes not helping, very good talker I will say that, how we got over 10,000 surprised me so far just shows what great support we have and always will have and Mr. Morgan nows that, only wish we had a good football team who entertained us and made molineux a place to be feared like in the old days, then we would have to extend the ground because all the missing fans would come back me for one, but I will not pay another penny at this present time to watch the football Kenny is playing, I cannot until he starts getting an attacking side who have shots at goal instead of watching we create nothing and have a few shots at goal every match and listening to same excuses it's got past a joke to me, so I will stay at home and watch on TV or listen to radio until there are changes hopefully a new owner or owners, but it does make me think that does Morgan want to sell, what do you think wolves fans.

3.) 18 Mar 2016 17:37:13
You do get impression Morgan just threw toys out prism and doesn't really want give up ownership but he just not got the £ to take us where we need be talk was he wanted buy wexham cause could get them back in league and only spend 1/ 3 what spent at wolves if he don't want sell just open up shares so more finance can come into club and we can be a serious player at the table not have stand behind main players feeding on scraps they allow us.

4.) 19 Mar 2016 20:34:22
Never been called 'Mr Cool' before, but there's always a time and place for everything I suppose, ;)



26 Dec 2015 22:23:00
Seldom have I watched a team give possession away so easily as today. The 4-5-1 system is obviously not working, especially at home, and unfortunately, 'KJ' appears to be running out of ideas.

Ok, let's cut to the chase, who would I replace him with? Easy answer, Chris Hughton, might be costly, but what the hell, success costs and with a new takeover immanent, why not?

Chasetown Wolf

1.) 26 Dec 2015 22:39:23
We play 451 because most of our players are midfielders/ wingers. Chris Hughton good call probably not too expensive no more than Mick when we signed him.

2.) 27 Dec 2015 12:04:08
Why would Chris hughton want to leave Brighton?

3.) 27 Dec 2015 21:22:48
Fame, fortune, honour and status.

What more could you ask for?

Simples lol ;)




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08 May 2016 19:36:57
Keep up Wolves011,

Its a mere jest at Paul Tamworth bless him,

Goes back a few seasons!

Chasetown Wolf



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06 May 2016 21:58:28
New owner: Mike Ashley

New manager: Dean Saunders

Sponsor: Paul Tamworth

Perfect :)

Chasetown Wolf



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04 Mar 2016 19:33:15
At the risk of sounding redundant:

No one knows who is buying the club and when, it's a little bit like Christmas, wait and see what Santa brings!

Chasetown Wolf



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12 Feb 2016 19:06:01
On the contrary WindowWolf, Glenn Hughes is a very well known rock artist. Glenn played in Trapeze before joining Deep Purple, had an extensive and successful solo career and more recently, was a member of the super group Black Country Communion.

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31 Jan 2016 20:38:07
Scott Goldbourne is a proper left back, Matt Doherty isn't!

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11 May 2016 22:49:39
Hembico, no offence taken; the sponsorship deal is a serious issue with over 13000 individuals signing an on-line petition against the deal.

These individuals had obviously taken notice of the sponsorship deal! There is a principle involved here and the hierarchy at the club need to take into consideration the views and wishes of all supporters.

Something which I feel is sadly lacking at present!

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11 May 2016 21:19:41
'Don't see why everyone is crying over it'

What a sweeping generalisation that statement is!

Personally, I won't be purchasing a shirt sponsored by that particular company.

However, its all about your believes and principles at the end of the day!

Each to their own.

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08 May 2016 20:51:19
No, Mr 'T',

He who laughs last does not understand the joke!

I look forward to your last post on here very soon ;)

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08 May 2016 19:12:19
Oh dear!

Thanks for that 'realist'

Lol :)

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07 May 2016 19:35:06
When will 'KJ' be sorted Mr 'T'?

We need to agree a time frame for his alleged last game in charge, do we not?

Don't forget, this is high stakes indeed!

One of us has to go and no way is it going to be me! ;)

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