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22 Jul 2021 09:24:12
Looks like we’re on the verge of losing Neves to a bigger Club where he’ll fit straight in and show everyone what we already know, no doubt when he’s playing with better quality players and turns out to be the best passer of a football in the Premiership, the powers that be and a lot of fans will be left wondering why he couldn’t reach his potential at Molineux, the answer should and will be blindingly obvious.

Oxley Moor Ron

1.) 22 Jul 2021 10:05:54
In my opinion because the previous manager 'mis-used' him for the past 18 or so months. The talent is so obvious with Neves and we should be building a side around him and making him Captain.

2.) 22 Jul 2021 10:42:39
Totally agree with that, he could be world class, seems like he has been held back last two seasons under nuno.

3.) 22 Jul 2021 12:11:13
World Class? Come off it, Tibsy. That would mean he'd be selected in midfield for a world team at the World Cup. He has considerable potential yes, but not that much. He's too slow for starters and his shooting boots have gone missing. The World Class banner gets banded about too much and, to my mind, the only Premier league midfielder who fits the bill is De Bruyne.

4.) 22 Jul 2021 12:43:56
If Neves goes he goes but it must be for the right price and that money must be invested back into the squad.
Considering we beat that so called bigger club with better quality players twice last season I beg to differ on quality part.

5.) 22 Jul 2021 14:29:20
Old wulf “could be” I said, has the potential.

6.) 22 Jul 2021 14:30:48
If Neves is world-class, he's just had a pretty average season for club and country in 2020/ 21. I don't really buy the theory that he needs the best players to play with. Quite the opposite in fact, he should stand out when playing with 'inferior' players surely? His best season for us, arguably, was in the championship, playing with and against 'inferior' players. This is where his reputation was made.

7.) 22 Jul 2021 14:59:03
Id say keep but sign some players to support him in midfield.
Palhinha, Gedson Fernandes come on Jeff pull your socks up let's win those first 3 games.
Com'on me babbies. 😂😂😂.

8.) 22 Jul 2021 15:19:28
Its a shame he hasn't scored the goals we had hoped for but is still a very talented player, but as others say lacks pace. Maybe the previous manager used Ruben in the role he was best suited.

He couldn't get on the field in either role in the Euros when Fernandes and other players were withdrawn, our 30+ playmaker Moutinho was used, so that's club and country thet rate Moutinho as a better bet in that role.

9.) 22 Jul 2021 15:38:06
Signing Moutinho was Neves issue. He ran midfield in Championship, but Moutinho took over most free kicks. Neves only had a couple of shooting opportunities each game. Used too deep in premiership and Nuno shackled him. He is a World class passer of the ball, but agree he has other areas that need improving, but like I said above held up by Nuno and Moutinhi. If he stays I expect better performances under Bruno.

10.) 22 Jul 2021 19:48:57
I don't see Neves as anything like World Class. He has not performed in the last 2 seasons anything like de Bruyne or David Silva, both of whom would rank as great mfs. He shone in the Championship, had great moments in our first season in the Prem, but sadly has not fulfilled promise shown. If he was World Class he would have dominated play. I see him now as a useful squad player, but not the answer to our midfield needs.

11.) 22 Jul 2021 20:36:59
Interesting though that whilst Neves and Dendonker are training with Wolves in Marbella that neither have been part of the OR photo shoots. Certainly something is going on . Interesting times let’s hope Fosun and Lage get it right before the 14th August.

12.) 22 Jul 2021 21:41:39
Dendoncker isn't there according to E&S. He's back on Saturday after being given extended leave.

13.) 22 Jul 2021 23:01:59
Funny how Neves is getting a bit of a slating, five seasons ago we couldn't have imagined a player of his magnitude here. I believe he was being played out of position by Nuno.

14.) 23 Jul 2021 00:16:52
Debbie, totally agree with you. A few weeks ago when Nuno left, everyone was shocked and stated that Fosun would regret it but now these same fans are slating him saying that he played Neves in the wrong position and he had falling outs with players and he actually wasn't the messiah. Personally, I think Neves was looking tired last season as was most of the squad due to the sheer number of games we played in 2020 and the short break between that and the 20/ 21 season.

15.) 23 Jul 2021 09:54:58
If all the rumours are true, we won't be able to field 11 players at this rate!

16.) 23 Jul 2021 12:44:19
Neves isn't yet world class but describing him as "a useful squad player" is harsh - do you really think Man U and Arsenal would seriously be looking at a useful squad player from Wolves!

No they are looking at someone they think could be world class and will fit into their first teams now.

Wolves also wouldn't price a "useful squad player" at 50mill if they are looking to sell, so either the club rate him as more than a squad player and/ or they don't want to sell.

17.) 23 Jul 2021 15:36:41
OldWulf de Bruyne is certainly a world class midfielder but really the only one in the PL? I think Kante might disagree.

18.) 23 Jul 2021 16:00:35
Fair play, Window, when played in his proper position Kante is although he may actually disagree because I understand he's the least prima donnaish footballer around. Good on him for that. Doesn't he drive a clapped out mini?

19.) 24 Jul 2021 10:22:51
Is De Bruyne world class never won champions league nor international trophy?

World class is a special type of player that can change a teams pergormances from there performances alone. Ronaldo and Messi definitely. I'd put Chiellini and Bonucci in that category won numerous trophies with Juventus and Italy.

Id say De Bruyne, Fernandes, Hazard (in the past) had the potential to be world class. Until you have that game and performances that makes the difference you aren't world class.

20.) 24 Jul 2021 10:25:14
Add to that Wolves players had chances to show they were world class in the Fa cup semi and europa qf. So are they all good enough for the next step up to top 6,top 4,top 2, winner, champions league knock outs, champions league semis and winner?
Jurys out in my opinions. Have they reached a limit? Are we going to support them?

21.) 24 Jul 2021 16:31:00
It's a team game, Madman, and winning non domestic trophies has little relevance to determining whether a player is world class or not. If you don't think De Bruyne is world class then I'm a Dutchman.

22.) 24 Jul 2021 18:12:23
Harry Kane is another top international who has won nothing or near to nothing.

23.) 25 Jul 2021 01:17:51
My point is world class is easily bandied around.

Zidane, Ronaldo, Messi, Maradona, Roberto Carlos, Maldini, Cafu are world class. Careers show that.

Id argue Kante is very close.

De Bruyne, Fernandes, Mbappe, Kane, Sterling are all very capable players but they need the next level in my opinion.

24.) 25 Jul 2021 09:26:04
Agree Madman, but its not easy to judge current players with former players, fitness standards have improved across all sports (not just football) which is a pre-requisite to compete, no matter how good you are.

As a slight after thought I would also add that skills that were rare or innovative 50 years ago now appear far more common. This applies to many sports, a football example being Rivelinos free kick 1970 world cup against Czechoslovakia, TV experts raved about it then but now many players can bend a ball around a defensive wall.



29 Aug 2020 12:42:47
Next article listed on Sky sports website, just under the Lionel Messi stories is a feature all about a certain Matt Doherty, how well he plays his position and how he will fit in a Spurs, as jimmy Greaves (Spurs legend coincidentally) used to say “it’s a funny old game”.

Oxley Moor Ron

1.) 29 Aug 2020 12:57:53
Does it mention that Doherty himself wanted the move on the advice of his agent? Would you have a player at the club whose heart wasn't in it or would you move them on to bring someone in who is prepared to give his all for the cause?

2.) 29 Aug 2020 14:13:04
You took the words right out my Mouth, Jas, loads of people moaning about selling him but He's the one who wanted to Go.
He wasn't even a Great Defender, good at going forward but not the best at the back.
Move on to better things.
Adios Doc.

3.) 29 Aug 2020 16:25:52
The advice of his agent. Jorge Mendes who just happens to represent Mourinho and a few more Wolves players as well, wonder who’ll be next in line for a little advice, Nuno maybe?

4.) 29 Aug 2020 17:07:53
If Doherty wants to go, well and good. What’s slightly irked me is in an interview a few days ago MD said (not a direct quote but more a less) “it’s been a great ten years, here’s hoping for four or five more as ten more are unrealistic”

Not “btw I want to leave, thanks all the same” I get there are no loyalties in football, but that was a very dishonest statement to give.

5.) 29 Aug 2020 17:21:54
Oxley, I think you need to check your facts as Doherty is not represented by Mendes but by World in Motion who also represent Conor Coady and Ryan Bennett. Surely you realise that Jorge Mendes is not the only football agent.

6.) 29 Aug 2020 17:29:49
I think the Moor Ron part probably sums up Oxley.

7.) 29 Aug 2020 19:11:52
Check it out lads, stated all over the place he recently signed with Mendes.

8.) 29 Aug 2020 19:36:58
No mention of it on Gestifute list of clients but funnily enough World in Motion list Doherty as one of their clients. Lesson to be learnt here is, don't believe everything you read in the papers.

9.) 30 Aug 2020 06:18:44
I wish Matt Doc all the best don’t get many players stick with a club for 10 years spurs will get possibly a good 3/ 4 years out of him at the top of his game if we get AMN he’s got 10 at the very top at least plus like Traore and so on will be plenty of room for him to improve under Nuno plus he’s good enough anyway.



15 Feb 2020 00:38:48
Wonder why the whole of the ball has to be completely over an actual line for a goal, throw or corner but only a fraction of a player touching a non existent line super imposed on TV screens in a different county is deemed to have committed the “offence” of being offside.

Oxley Moor Ron

1.) 15 Feb 2020 09:13:10
Good point.

2.) 15 Feb 2020 16:21:40
I hadn't thought of that.

3.) 15 Feb 2020 20:00:11
Excellent thinking Oxymoron. Doubt Mike Riley and co. Will be interested in giving us an explanation though. Us fans who keep the whole industry going with our hard earned cash are ******* nobodies as far as they are concerned!

4.) 16 Feb 2020 13:22:16
The answer is the PL have put a total incompetent in charge of our football rules. Let's face it why have they created different rules compared to the rest of the football World? Fact.
Is to hide the total incompetence of our referees? Non on FIFAs list.
Is it to do away with referees altogether so some faceless wonder can dictate to the game?
Or is it a set up to protect the Big 6 from us newly promoted TEAMS? LOOK AT THE STATS WHO HAS LOST OUT AND WHO HAS GAINED. FACT.
He who pays the piper so the saying goes
One very angry paying fan.

5.) 16 Feb 2020 14:43:59
I have lots of sympathy with all these comments. It seems typical of the FA to cock up a good idea, to make the game fairer, whereas rugby has succeeded in that aim, and there is clarity in the decision. I like Ron's point. Change the offside rule so the whole of the foot must be offside. no other body part counts. Then let the ref on the pitch decide if he needs assistance and guidance, but he decides from a full screen replay which all can see.

6.) 17 Feb 2020 10:26:10
Good point Oxley but the whole of the ball would be difficult to relate to the whole of the heel. That said, I agree with you. Apparently UEFA advised the PL against getting too forensic in offside decisions. My guess is that next season the PL will fall in line with UEFA, but too late for our disallowed goals this season.

The thought of Michael Oliver sitting in some cupboard with screens in front of him, trying to find fault with a Wolves goal is objectionable to all of us.

7.) 18 Feb 2020 17:21:20
Some very good points. Sadly, after 65 seasons of following football, The lack of brain power and common sense from the game's administrators still has a retarding effect on genuine progress. Will it change for the good in time for next season - don't hold your breath!



02 Oct 2019 19:51:55
Rob Edwards has left the Club to work for the FA who’s next?

Oxley Moor Ron

1.) 02 Oct 2019 22:46:22
Hopefully negative fans who slate players.

2.) 03 Oct 2019 19:28:19
Negative, there’s a word we could apply to the Manager, his tactics and the players this season.

3.) 03 Oct 2019 19:56:24
We've won our last 2 games. Long may Nunos negative tactics continue.

4.) 03 Oct 2019 20:24:02
Make that 3.

5.) 04 Oct 2019 08:07:24
Unbeaten in four.

6.) 04 Oct 2019 09:35:14
Brilliant win hope that shuts a few up, turning the corner.

7.) 04 Oct 2019 14:06:27
Great result, Nuno got it right but surely we can’t be expected to watch that type of football at Molineux, we have to start on the front foot and give forwards a reason to be on the pitch, Raul’s beginning to show signs of frustration, making runs then seeing the ball played back into our own half. Just want to see us play like the home team at home, ten behind the ball is for games like Sunday (and maybe at Anfield) .

8.) 04 Oct 2019 14:24:09
He got his tactics spot on I think, knock it around the back, try to silence the crowd, that didn't really work, subs worked at tonight, changed the game, very good away performance, tight at the back, nicked a goal.

9.) 10 Oct 2019 18:35:31
Nuno negative? I think a few fans are. Seventh in the PL last season, in Europe this season. Just beat the reigning PL Champions. Other clubs want to poach Nuno. If this is negative, keep it up, I love it.



12 Aug 2019 17:22:21
The Premier League will regret sterilising the game in this Country, if you can’t celebrate a goal after a quick glance at the ref and his assistant with the flag, then we might as well all watch on TV. The Premier League should play no part in ruining the greatest spectator sport in the World.

Oxley Moor Ron

1.) 12 Aug 2019 19:17:01
Agree 100%.

VAR is 100% correct but at the same time totally, completely and utterly wrong.

To paraphrase an old Morecambe and Wise story : VAR - the box they buried football in.

{Ed001's Note - it is not 100% correct, there were at least 2 goals I saw scored at the weekend that it should have disallowed for fouls in the build up but they only looked at the offside. It was meant to be used to check for fouls missed in the build up.}

2.) 12 Aug 2019 20:41:34
VAR might be taking enjoyment out of the game. But many people have been complaining about referee decisions for a very long time.

It wasn't VAR that cost us the goal so much as the new rule about handball. Without VAR, a vigilant ref would still have disallowed that goal. Although last season it would have stood.

Let's be honest, we wouldn't have wanted an illegal goal to have stood if it was against us.

3.) 13 Aug 2019 12:48:37
But var missed the blatant shirt pull on Boly though, pic in sightings.

4.) 13 Aug 2019 15:04:44
Yes, it still isn't perfect. Or rather the dude watching it isn't.

5.) 13 Aug 2019 19:42:07
Complaining about referees is part of the game. and they love it, makes them important, VAR”s trying to make ‘em redundant.

6.) 13 Aug 2019 20:09:45
Especially if that dude is Jon Moss! And guess who's got the Man U gig? I don't think I can take all this nonsense this season! And aren't they ( the proper refs) supposed to watch it on a tv monitor before getting it completely wrong?

7.) 14 Aug 2019 23:46:43
Dude watching it was Jon Moss, guess who’s reffing our game against Man Utd.




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31 Aug 2021 15:34:21

Oxley Moor Ron

1.) 31 Aug 2021 15:54:34
That penny has landed on your caps lock button by the look of it?! 🤣.

2.) 31 Aug 2021 16:08:43
Might want to use that penny towards a new keyboard.

3.) 31 Aug 2021 16:22:48
Cheer up Oxley, a pessimist is never disappointed :)

4.) 31 Aug 2021 16:55:32
It ain't over till the fat bird sings we will be working on the right deals for the club.

5.) 31 Aug 2021 17:35:13
Face it fans, Wolves are only window shopping, you can't spend with empty pockets. Any half decent offers for any of their players will be snapped up. Best you can hope for is a loan deal.

6.) 31 Aug 2021 17:59:14
Do Fosun choose executives for their board in this shoddy manner?

7.) 31 Aug 2021 22:43:04
BullysBoy ; Only used CAPS for the benefit of the short sighted who still seem to think the Club’s in good hands and moving in the right direction.



26 Aug 2021 13:33:58
It’s either going to be a hectic few days or a tricky situation for Bruno, does he get the three or four players he’s asked for or does he find that he’s not getting the backing he needs to do the job ( and three or four doesn’t mean one or two more squad players) .

Oxley Moor Ron

1.) 26 Aug 2021 16:11:54
It's getting interesting and nervy at the same time oxley. We seem to be linked with certain players then moving on to second choices, why dosnt anyone want to join us? Is it because we can't offer European competitions? We won't meet wages? Or is the club not being represented well? . Perhaps the links are just tenuous journalism. End of the day bruno might find himself with no recruits.

2.) 26 Aug 2021 19:44:03
Abbey- it because the club are being ambitious by going for quality youngsters. Only problem with them is that the only reason they are leaving there current team is cause they want Euro footy, which we can't offer! Better to be ambitious and try to get quality rather than go for average players no one else wants! 👍.

3.) 26 Aug 2021 21:40:46
Agree BullysBoy for a club like Wolve there is usually no point in signing players who are no better than what we already have. We aren't City who can afford to buy up the sort of experienced cover that they can. So financial reality suggests young signings better than the U21's / U23's that we already have is the way to go. I think I'd rather see us give the younger players a chance than pay over the odds if we can't get better players than we alteady have.

4.) 27 Aug 2021 07:21:23
I agree bullysboy, where do we get the 3 players that bruno wants then? . And why are we touted to being willing to pay 7m for 29yr old keifer Moore from championship. I'm sure a lot of it is journos and we're working quietly as normal but time is running out. My gut feeling is that we were waiting for big money to come in from adama or neves which hasn't happened (thankfully) .

5.) 27 Aug 2021 10:11:56
Arddunby : Financial reality goes out of the window when you own a Premier League football Club, we weren’t talking about money worries when Fosun bought the Club, quite the opposite, they’re either a super rich multi million pound International business who want a successful football Club or they’re not, you only have to look at some of the Clubs in the Championship and beyond who couldn’t, wouldn’t or failed to invest at the right time (we played one the other night) worrying about financial reality really isn’t an option if you want to stay amongst the elite, even more so if you want to compete.

6.) 27 Aug 2021 11:28:28
Super-rich international businesses probably don't even need to actually make a profit from a football club, except to keep within FFP rules. There are wider tangible and intangible benefits from club ownership, that can enhance the brand of the business. For Fosun, to elevate Wolves to become one of the best known clubs in the world, would be tremendously rewarding in countless ways. This is the potential but the question is if Fosun can achieve it. Ownership of Wolves is grouped within the aptly-named 'Happiness' division of the Fosun empire. They will certainly bring a lot of happiness to Wolves fans in they get this right.

{Ed002's Note - Have you been at the brown acid?}

7.) 27 Aug 2021 11:35:14
Ron that does seem to be the case for some clubs I agree with you on that, and can see why fans think a lack of ambition exists. Fosun took a gamble that paid off on the first season paying big fees for Neves and Jota along with others to get a guaranteed Prem return. The way I see it (which may be wrong) is the further you progress as a club the bigger the gamble and harder to get the return on investment (assuming the club is run as a business rather than the city rich sheikh plaything model) . Other factors like new transfer rules haven't helped but the competition in the club itself (harder to get a starting place) and from other clubs makes it harder to sign good young players now than 4 years back. Barcelona eventually found that you can't pay top players ridiculous wages for ever, and I suppose that's the trade off the club is having to come to terms with.

8.) 28 Aug 2021 11:42:39
It’s five years since “the gamble” and some of the high earning big money signings have moved on, as for FFP there’s nothing in the rules that says you can’t increase the capacity of your stadium, some Clubs even build new ones. the fifty thousand capacity stadium that was talked about five years ago would now be generating an extra Million pounds plus every match, is it too much to expect to have a Premier League team playing in a Premier League stadium or is that something we have to watch other Clubs do? Make all the excuses you like we’re being left behind.

9.) 28 Aug 2021 16:16:18
Certainly the ideal time to have rebuilt the stadium would have been during lockdown, but it is common for any organisation to reign in spending during hard times and invest at the peak of success prior to a downturn. It would have been one hell of a gamble to spend 50 mill on the ground not knowing how long it coukd be left empty!



09 Aug 2021 19:10:22
Exitement’s mounting ; GAME 1 - Our away fans get to see the F. A Cup paraded around the stadium, GAME 2 - Our Manager comes to town with his new Club (how did that happen? ) GAME 3 - Man Utd GAME 4 - Watford (bad memories / six pointer) what’s not to look forward too?

Oxley Moor Ron

1.) 09 Aug 2021 19:31:16
The excitement is the unexpected oxley. I'm not holding great hopes but I'm not throwing in a wet towel. If we hit the ground organised and together we can surprise anyone I'm sure. Concern at the back granted but no match is certain, and if one things for certain we won't be predictable. Chin up from your point of view it can only be better.



05 Aug 2021 14:32:57
Two good seasons, looked like mounting a challenge for at least the top six, then Clubs with more influence on the same agents they all use got to work destabilising our Club, job done, no threat from Wolverhampton any time soon, next target, Villa and at the same time keeping a close eye on Leicester.

Oxley Moor Ron

1.) 05 Aug 2021 16:12:55
Agree with all of the above comments. What does interest me however, are the comments made by Tim Spiers in his latest tweet-and he is closer to the truth than many others. He states that there will be incomings, but sales have to be made first. BUT those who will be sold for income will be Cutrone, Mir and Saiss. Traore and Neves will be only sold if huge offers are made. If we want some incoming quality then not sure how much we would expect to get for the aforementioned three outgoings?



02 Aug 2021 11:53:36
More of a question than a moan : Do we rival any Clubs who we are expected to be in competition with when signing players? Top four rival each other and can offer Champions League football, Clubs competing for top six rival each other, Wolves only seem to sign players other Clubs are not interested in, with no Premier League experience and pay over the odds, surely it would make more sense to take a few players from Clubs in the bottom half of the table in the hope that we can keep some of them underneath us or at least show an interest in players they’re looking to sign.

Oxley Moor Ron

1.) 02 Aug 2021 13:39:33
Or you could look at it differently and be pleased that so many of the so-called top six seem to have an interest in our current squad which shows how far we have progressed and how astute we have been in past transfer windows.

2.) 02 Aug 2021 16:44:05
We have a decent squad in my opinion, what we now need is a coach with new ideas to try and get us playing a different brand of football, as previous post, why are the so called big 6 linked with our players? Because we have good players, now we have fans back in grounds I expect us to push on from last season, there is no reason for fans to be worried, let's see how we go and give bruno and the players the respect support they deserve, I see us having a decent season, yes weha enough start, bit 3 games don't make season, solid the starts not the best, let's not panic.




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01 Sep 2021 08:44:55
The team needed the investment long before Nuno left-.

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01 Sep 2021 00:01:37
So it’s common sense not to buy players in transfer windows and other clubs know Fosun have got money so inflate the prices, that’s not very fair when we sell our players for less than they’re worth and get paid in instalments.

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24 Aug 2021 14:51:53
MM knows where there’s some easy money to be had.

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12 Aug 2021 12:06:38
Jas M : How many “right players” have they signed so far? Fact is they’re much better at selling the wrong players and as for the academy’ they’ve managed to produce one fringe player in MGW since they started.

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09 Aug 2021 18:46:56
I’m fickle, expected the investment company to carry on investing in the team and the stadium and give Nuno their full support.

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14 Sep 2021 10:39:22
Phil789 ; see your point about our younger players but it really doesn’t show the academy in a very good light, when are they going to produce a Premier League player? Any player who’s going to make it in the top flight is ready long before they reach the age of 23. Top Clubs in the Prem loan their youngsters to lesser Clubs in the Prem, why don’t we ever take one or two? Do we think we’re too big to do that? Aren’t Chelsea, City and Utd youngsters good enough for our squad but they’re good enough to play against us?

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13 Sep 2021 15:57:02
Why is it good to have no U23 players on the bench and none in the team?

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08 Sep 2021 15:53:37
Pessimist (we’ll known for it ) we need to score about forty goals to be mid - table which means, barring mistakes from opponents, we need forty assists, baring in mind an assist is only an assist if someone actually sticks the ball in the net, it looks like we’re in for a long hard season.

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02 Sep 2021 10:30:58
Why is every window difficult for Wolves? Why do some fans keep making excuses on behalf of Fosun? They bought a Club at a knockdown price with a stadium in need of modernisation, put some money in to achieve promotion, stumbled on a good Manager/ Head Coach (let him and us down) promised the Earth and have actually delivered nothing, if there’s three worse teams than us this season we’ll be lucky and if anyone can name three worse run Clubs I’d be amazed.

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02 Sep 2021 10:12:38
FFP doesn’t stop the Club making improvements to the stadium and bringing it up to Premier League standard.

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