Wolves 2 Leeds 2 - match report

Danny Batth rescued a deserved point for battling Wolves against Leeds but they slipped closer to the drop zone after making it nine games without a win.

Danny Batth rescued a deserved point for battling Wolves against Leeds but they slipped closer to the drop zone after making it nine games without a win.

The 22-year-old defender headed home in the second minute of time added on after Luke Varney (64) and Ross McCormack’s 78th minute penalty cancelled out Lee Peltier’s own goal eight minutes after the break.

The result left Wolves fourth bottom and only outside the bottom three on goal difference after wins for all the teams below them – Barnsley, Bristol City and Peterborough - while they are just four points off the bottom of the table.

Wolves are still searching for their first win under Saunders and have taken just three points out of 15 under the new boss – the same as Stale Solbakken took from his final five matches in charge – while their dismal home run continued as they have now won just one of their last 12 in front of their own fans.

But they were good value for their point, carrying their improved performance at Leicester into this game as they created numerous chances.

Kevin Doyle, Bakary Sako, Tongo Doumbia and Jamie O’Hara all wasted chances before Peltier turned home Stephen Ward’s cross to give Wolves the lead.

After the opening goal, Wolves enjoyed their best spell of the game, and Sako and Batth twice went close to extending their lead, the latter chance coming after Varney’s equaliser against the run of play.

But Wolves appeared to concede a soft penalty for Sako’s push on Sam Byram which led to McCormack putting Leeds ahead for the first time and there looked to be no way back for Wolves until Batth struck at the death to complete a man of the match performance on his full home league debut.

Saunders made one change from the side beaten 2-1 at Leicester nine days ago.

Doyle returned at the expense of Bjorn Sigurdarson, who dropped to the bench.

Doyle was up front alongside Sylvan Ebanks-Blake as Wolves reverted to 4-4-2 after playing 4-2-3-1 for the first time under Saunders at Leicester.

Unusually, the left-footed O’Hara started at wide right, while Slawomir Peszko, who is a specialist in that position, wasn’t even in the 18.

Wolves took their time to get going in a sluggish start for the home side.

But they did manage to have the first effort on goal when Doyle did well to dispossess Byram and advanced forwards but could only fire straight at keeper Paddy Kenny with his left foot in the 10th minute.

Leeds were quick to respond, Paul Green slamming a low right foot angled drive a few feet wide from a knockdown by former Norwich striker Steve Morison, one of two debutants in the visitors’ line-up with recent Wolves target Stephen Warnock from Villa.

Morison was in the thick of things again in Leeds’ next attack, rising highest in the box and heading narrowly over the bar from Ross McCormack’s free kick.

Wolves were slowly finding their feet and Tongo Doumbia perhaps should have done better when he arrived in the box to get on the end of Doyle’s right-wing centre, only to head over on 16.

Two minutes later, Wolves had the ball in the net after Ebanks-Blake drew Kenny and slotted home only for the flag to go up for offside on the far side after the 11-goal top scorer strayed fractionally ahead of the last man latching onto Doumbia’s through ball.

Wolves forced the first save of the game in the 34th minute when Bakary Sako cut inside, powered past a defender and saw a fierce right-foot shot palmed away for a corner by Kenny.

But in an even half, Leeds hit back with a curling effort from the unmarked McCormack, who curled the ball wide after Wolves failed to cut out Green’s cross from the right.

Wolves started the second half looking far better than they had started the first, and after O’Hara sent a twisting header just wide from Doyle’s cross that went behind him, they took the lead.

Sako threaded Stephen Ward through on the left and his low cross was deflected in off Peltier as Doyle and Ebanks-Blake rushed to the near post.

The goal lifted Wolves and after David Norris was inches away with a rising volley from the edge of the box, the home side had several chances to extend their lead.

Kevin Foley fired straight at Kenny from with a left foot drive from 20 yards, Sako saw a fierce shot palmed away by Kenny and Batth headed just over from Doyle’s cross.

But all their hard work was undone by Varney’s equaliser against the run of play, the former Crewe and Derby man finding the corner of the net with an angled left-foot finish from inside the box after Wolves failed to clear a cross.

After the equaliser, Wolves went close again through Batth, whose header was nodded off the line by Green then Doyle scrambled the rebound wide.

Leeds continued to look dangerous on the break and Varney’s cross-shot was tipped away by Carl Ikeme after Foley gave him far too much room.

Wolves’ chances of a first win under Saunders took a massive blow however when Leeds were awarded a penalty.

Sako got the wrong side of Sam Byram racing for Green’s pass and shoved the 19-year-old right back to the ground for a clear spot kick.

McCormack sent Ikeme the wrong way from the spot and it looked like being yet another defeat for Wolves.

But up stepped Batth in the second minute of time added on to send a downward header past Kenny from O’Hara’s cross.

Kenny played his part, leaving Christophe Berra’s toe-poked shot thinking it was a goal kick when it was deflected for a corner, and he punched away O’Hara’s flag kick.

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Comments for: "Wolves 2 Leeds 2 - match report"


Morgan and Moxey, you make me want to vomit, you are a disgrace and should get out!!

The Teecher

Now come back on and make a sensible contribution to the debate



Captain Oates

Moxey albeit the CEO is but an employee of Mr Morgan who ultimately calls the shots


a deserved point??? until ten to five we were in the relegation zone, and if had not been for them giving us a goal we still would be, going down


Were you at the game? I was and YES the least we deserved was a point.


If we deserved the point we would not have to rely on them giving us a goal would we

Angry Allan

You don't know what you're on about. Why don;t you answer Dan's question? Were you at the game? YES OR NO?!


How exactly do they 'give' us a goal? did they all sit on the floor and let us walk past them or did we force the goal through pessure? On the other foot surely we gave them a goal through a soft penalty. What a load of stupid comments.


of course I was at the game you ridiculous person, you obviously were not, and I only have Dans word for it, like the majority on here, now you answer my question, if you think own goal and a last minute scrambled one is a deserved win,you dont know what your on about

Matt Wolf

Saunders is certainly stearing down the barrel of a second Championship relegation. Whilst O'Driscoll continues to pick up points winning games at Bristol who will soon overtake us. If only Morgan made the right appointment at the third time of asking.


Nail on head. 4 points off a once marooned Peterborough to boot who shown patience in Darren Ferguson with MM leading Ipswich to safety, and a clearly laughing Steve Bruce at Hull doing well. Also if reports were true McDermotts Reading aren't exactly in a bad position. No wonder no one would come. I don't think SS or Deano had any idea of the mess before they got there


Heard Dean Saunders after the match and what he said made sense we cannot keep conceeding 2 goals every game he knows what the problem is defensively and had identified targets in the window but wasnt backed by Morgan what can you say.


did you also hear him say it was never a penalty, cloud cuckoo land mate


you are complitly right

Not keen on the Last Manager. Or the CEO

Wolfhound. The same comment is on Sky text 550. So much for the statement by our CEO. Is anyone at the TOP of the WWFC empire going to make a truthful statement? NO!

Dean if I were you I would do a Hoddle. Surely you don't want to continue with this laughing stock of a club.

Bunghoolioo Wolf

Maybe he has some loyalty. Unlike you. Why don't you do a Hoddle!

Now NOT KEEN on the Whole lot at the TOP

B Wolf. Two questions. 1) Are you happy with what you are witnessing? 2) Are you Jez Moxey jnr/Jez Moxey's slippers??


It is obvious now that changing manager has no effect on results. Relegation to league one will be a positive thing. It is the only way to get rid of the overpaid dross who will then be sold to other struggling championship clubs.

Wolves can then re-build through youth and signing quality from league one and adopting a new footballing approach to take us back to championship and hopefully prem in a few seasons

Morgan's big fat wallet

How on earth you can think that two straight relagations is a positive thing is beyond me! Makes me sick


Actually starting to come round to that idea - we need to do something to clear out this core of awful players. They've had it too cosy and have ruined our club, along with shocking management from the top down. Since May 2011 when we stayed up it's just gone wrong, lack of support for Mick, then cheap option Terry Connor, lack of investment for Stale and absolutely no investment with Dean Saunders.

We don't want to do a Portsmouth, but we're going to end up doing one anyway in terms of what league we're in, but as long as we turn a profit each year who cares?

Well, we all do.


listen mate DS did say he was backed in te transfer window he just didn make the right deal with a player who is going to benifit the squad!!


Weren't we spun that yarn this time last season!

SydneyAU Wolves

Sad but true, how much lower can we go, so depressing week after week.

All the happy clappers are in hiding, I'm a realist and understand you can only pay for what you can afford or go bankrupt.

Most of that lot on the pitch shouldn't be there, but the 2M's are not interested in doing too much about it. I wonder if there has ever been a time when a club had the financial ability to stop relegation and did nothing at all to stop it from happening.

If the club is not careful here comes a long stay in the First Division. (or lower if they show the same disinterest next season.)


Actually, hsve the means to stop it, and not do anything about it, financially, TWO seasons - and divisions - in a row


You only have to look at the Villa to see what taking on too many youthful players can do to a good team.

Are they too good to go down?, Yes but they probably will

Wolves will survive this season's drop zone by skin of their teeth.


les buxton wolves

same old same old we need a manager with experiance ds not good enough spend some money mr morgan and save some by getting rid of moxey

Jezs buffet

The owner has lost interest or doesnt have the money to invest. They are not backing the manager. Wheres the money gone from player sales? Players confidence is shot. Bottom teams are catching up. It feels like a perfect storm...I fear the worst..


Well said this is the point. He hasnt lost interest but has lost all his business gambles and has no money. He should be pressured to sell imo.


There's one thing you need to correct. Kenny didn't leave the ball and betas tow poke wasn't deflected. Kenny touched the ball (in sure that what I saw)


its alright creating chances you have to score as well though which we are not doing ,listened to moxey today on wm same as ever ,but he is not entirley to blame morgan is, notice how quiet he has been, he wants to go div 1 so wolves can live there whithout spending mass amounts of money and at mid table level keeping wolves as small as possible .


Very happy for Danny Batth - bravo to the lad.

He saved us from defeat. Can't moan at that. A rookie defender doing what our strikers cannot.

Apart from that, we still haven't won.

At this rate, we could have kept Clipboard as Manager.

After five games, Saunders has managed to win the same number of matches as did Clipboard.

Which is precisely zero.

Still, to be at teatime Saturday without knowing that losing feeling - thanks to Danny Batth's injury time leveller - is a double-edged relief.

fickle fans

we needed to win, but at 90 mins we were losing 1-2 and anybody would have taken a point at that stage. thats 5 games for deano and 2 points.

low on confidence, we need any luck we can get at the moment, and finish mid table.

thats one more point than the tescos 1 point from their last 6 games........

from european hopes in november, they are now 9th , 10 points from the last qualifying place and have just put the qpr number 10 back in the squad........and they come on our page to take the moral high ground!!!!! utw.


That's the most pointless comparison I've ever seen. Albion haven't been doing well over the last 6 matches, but what does that have to do with Wolves current plight??

Apologies that we're no longer in the European places, we must try harder next season.....enjoy your trip to Bescot next year

stone cross baggies

Hmmmm different league last time I looked pal

CantelloRocket 78

Fickle Khs-

Kenny, any chance you could stop chasin' me around, mentioning my name (inc. on the Albion site) and constantly bangin' on about the Baggies?

The other Wolves fans must be equally as sick of your obsession.

Albion have had a bad run lately, but throwin' statistics at us isn't too clever, considering Wolves have taken 3 points from the last 24, in the middle of which you were knocked out the Cup by a non-league club.

Take the advice of that wise old philosopher, Ronan Keating-

'it's best when you say nothing at all'.

Give it a rest, eh?

The Tividale Irregular

Either this has been put up by a West Brom fan with a sense of humour, or you really, really are that much of a moron.


3 points actually. Blackburn, Sheffield W and Leeds


Fickle fans....

I think i've read most of the 'same old same old' on this page, not seen any baggies style comments. Might make you feel better to bash them but we need to get our own house in order, the one that will be two leagues below them soon.......!!

Orlando Wolves

I think Wolves fans should concentrate on what their own team is doing, and not what West Bromwich Albion have, or haven`t done.

They are playing at an entirely different level to us, and to be quite honest I wish we were there with them.



Another shambles, why revert back to 4-4-2 when we played so well against Leicester with 4-2-3-1?

The only silver is Batth surely Berra needs dropping and sent packing for good. Why hasn't TC considered Siggy upfront or have Wolves wasted another 2million plus ?

If we stay up sack DS and get DICANIO in !!!!!


Watch without prejudice

Hello nameless one

What did Berra do wrong in this match?

We played 2 up front because we were at home thought that was pretty obvious even to the thickos.We created enough chances to have won.

old wulf

You are right, Berra did nothing wrong in this game, neither did Batth. But as long as they play with NO full backs the central defenders have no chance.

It was a dodgy penalty but Sako should not have been back there doing Ward's job!

carl wolves

Did you go to the match? And if you did, did you actually face the pitch? We didn't play 442, we played 4231 with Doyle playing wide right, right up until the last 5 minutes.


Well said Carl most of em dont go

4231 Was the the formation for most the game

The Yorkshire Sage

I'll tell thee who thee shoulda-apointed as t'manager; Mick McCarthy, he loves a good old ding dong relegation battle, does he.

Shincliffe Wolf

Mike Bailey as manager and Kenny Hibbitt as assistant. Its a lot less daft than any appointment Morgan has made up to now. (Sorry guys - I just can't take anything the M's do seriously anymore. Humour is all i've got left)

Realistic Wolf

Say what you like this is simply not good enough. Forget the we deserved a point garabage, we need to win . Bottom line, same old rubbish players and same old rubbish served up. Yes man Saunders said the players are good enough, perhaps he is trying to convince himself after doing nothing in the transfer window. Blake and Doyle up front will never work. Blake is slow and has no ball control and Doyle has gone backwards I am afraid. Bright spot was Danny Batth but worryingly he only got into the team because Johnson is suspended. Makes you wonder why the KFC man didn't pick him and other youngsters before. The team needs freshening or we are doomed to relegation, either loan deals or give the youngsters a chance. This team have cost managers their jobs and will continue to do so unless as Stale Solbakken wanted they are cleared out. Morgan and Moxey went for the cheap option, but what do they care as long as the clubs balance sheet is in the black.


Wolves need to hurry up and bring in the loan signings, or we will go down. I still believe that we should give some of our youngsters a chance, just look at Batth, if we do not have replacements for Foey & Ward in the club we are doomed, how many more chances are they going to get.


Pray for a miracle. Molineux seems to now be a haunted house of horrors.

So much talk, but no real action.



Goal difference is mentioned at the start of the fourth paragraph...


Why oh why do we keep giving simple fouls and pens away around the box resulting in goals against us, surely now is the time to replace Ward Berra etc and give some of our youngsters a chance. See O,driscoll doing ok.


This season is going down to the last game. We ask need to stay together and get behind the team.

Also not "one less", "one fewer". Grammar please e&s!

Farmer Ted

First lets get the game out of the way. I thought, like the Leicester match, we did well. Some very good performances. Foley, who takes some stick, did really well. Not sure from where I was sat if the Varney goal was his fault. Some disagree, but, I thought it was a stone wall penalty and Sako, not for the first time has got to learn where the penalty area is when tackling right backs. Like Leicester I thought O'Hara and Henry controlled midfield. Some other performances not up to standard. Thought Batth and Berra looked pretty solid. BUT......

When will this nightmare end ?


If you heard two interviews on WM you may start to understand where the problems lie.

First Jez. It was pretty clear that Steve Morgan is making the decisions and Moxey carries them out. Those who blame Moxey are misguided. He may be part of the decision making process but Morgan is making the mistakes. No question.

Dean Saunders sounded totally depressed in the post match interview. He more than implied that he was not supported in the transfer window and he made it quite clear that he needs support in the loan window to sort this bunch of players out. We should support this man.


Moxey. Mistakes yes, but doing his financial job to instruction and taking the stick for it.

Saunders. Maybe a talent, maybe not. He has certainly livened the style of play up. We' ve had more shots on goal in the last two home matches than for the whole season before.

Morgan. Totally to blame. This man is a despot. Don't be fooled by the smiles and the promises.


I agree in my opinion Morgan is to blame, I would also like to big up Foley much better performance! It's clear to see confidence is rock bottom.

Mills wolf

Spot on, although id like to add moxey talked alot but answerd nothing like a true M.P if i ever heard one.

But your right the buck stops with morgan !

As for the team, well under solbakken we played poor won some lost some.

Under saunders we play well in patches but draw some loose more

Thats what worries me most......

Id still like to see moxey gone from the club, hes been here to long underseen too many mistakes and yet nothing ever comes down to him, he blames everyone around him, the players, the managers even morgan now, when is he going to hold his hands up and take his fair share of the blame ???

Dave O

Sorry but I dont agree with Moxey is not to blame Ted.

I know it's all opinions but when I listened to his interview, Franksie said last week JM had a go at the players JM replied he didn't. JM said it was Dean Saunders who did not want to sign players in the transfer window however during DS interview he had not been backed by the owner or CEO and lets not forget who was negotiating JM.

The most unnerving thing was when asked if Wolves were relegated would he resign he said NO he would not resign.

He has blamed managers, players, fans and even now iplies it is Steve Morgan fault not his.

JM has been left to run the football all the contracts he has negotiated, all the price hikes in ticket prices he has agreed to for over 10 years he has instilled a small time mentality to this great club he has to go


I also heard an interesting interview with Lee Clark who said he was glad to hold onto his players and the only offers they received were 'derisory'ones from people tryign to take advantage of their financial position. Now who does that sound like. Don't get me wrong I am pleased we didn't sign Marlon King, but it's a different story to Moxey's version of reality.

chris h

Farmer Ted, I see you are still supporting your mate,after all these years,all these wasted opportunities,all these cheap jack signings.All I can say is if your opinion of Jez Moxey holds good,he must have been very unlucky in having such poor owners,managers and underachieving players at his disposal as Chief Executive.Fancy having all the problems of someone like Sir Jack as an owner,who poured millions into the club,and Steve Morgan has put in his money as well(albeit after getting the assets for a tenner]. Just think how well Jez would have done if he had to contend with an owner who didn't put any money in.We would probably be in the Conference League by now.Farmer Ted ,from the day Jez Moxey arrived his business led philosophy has dominated the manner in which our football club has been run.This is fine and dandy if it is accompanied with sound judgement in football matters.This has been lacking and will continue to be lacking as long as Jez Moxey is running the show. As Paul Butler told us,for whatever motive,Wolves will never be successful whilst Jez Moxey is at the club.This was said of course years before Steve Morgan arrived.

Farmer Ted

Chris, I certainly don't think my mate is blameless. I thought that came over in my post, if not then I will say he has made and has been part of making some awful decisions over the last 18 months.

However, the more I see and hear since the sacking/ not sacking of Mick McCarthy I believe Steve Morgan's fingerprints are all over some of the worst decisions in our post war history. Sacking McCarthy after the window closed, changing the decision to appoint Bruce, appointing Conner, appointing Solbakken (surely only he can have made that one!) and giving Dean Saunders the job ( which we all hope and pray is the correct one, I'm not unhappy with what he's done so far). Okay he released some cash for the Norwegian, but just what has happened to his support for Saunders ? One can only read between the lines regarding those interviews cos clearly neither are going to shoot down their Chairman in live broadcasts. It's obviously Morgan's bag of money and my guess is Saunders had his targets, he identified the lack of fullback cover and lack of goal scoring, but Morgan set a limit on the amount he'd let go (bye bye Warnock, Davies and King)

Morgan also spoke publicly about having to unload players cos of the wage bill, but why two experienced defenders ?

Moxey is the front man when it comes to negotiations so he takes blame, but, were his hands tied ?

Some posters on here refer to Dean Saunders as a yes man. I think that is wrong. He may well have been forewarned about the surgery that was going to take place, but, following that interview we now know he is demanding support in the loan window.

Surely with our current position Morgan has to instruct Moxey to loosen the strings on that bag.

One point. Moxey was CEO when Sir Jack refused to back Dave Jones in the Premiership.


Two well considered posts Farmer Ted

I think you may be right about our Chairman (despot may be a little strong) although I think you're going a little easy on Moxey

I also agree Sanders should be given a fair chance both by the Wolves directors with some money, and by the fans, or at least the idiots who are already turning on him.

Orlando Wolves

It is obvious that both Morgan and Moxey, despite the evidence of the last twelve months, still think they know best on team related matters.

Hence the need for a Director of Football.

Mark B

Good review, we are getting better and the chances are coming. I just hope we get some positive results soon.


Mr morgan can you please sell up and give our once great club to sir jack thank you


Like most Wolves fans I wanted Sean O'Driscoll. He has taken 9 points out of 12 with the club who were bottom when he joined. As ever, Steve & Jez knew better than the fans & appointed Dean Saunders. He has taken 3 points out of 15 with a team that was mid-table when he joined. After the Leicester game my brother & I agreed Sako has to be told to stay out of our own penalty area due to the risk of him giving a penalty away. Did DS spot this or is the player ignoring him? This appointment is looking like it did at the time-another penny pinching disastrous appointment.

We are very close to moving from saying Morgan & Moxey are destroying our club. We are perilously close now to saying Morgan & Moxey have destroyed our club.


I thought we were poor in the first half, and Leeds dominated territory and possession. They were quicker to the ball and won most of the challenges. Doumbia was playing as a wandering minstrel who`d forgotten his lute, Doyle ran tirelessly everywhere except anywhere near the Leeds penalty area, not that we threatened that much. Ward and his form have parted company a long time ago. Leeds pressed high and closed down quickly and from my view in the South Bank we really struggled to get any kind of grip on the game. The second half was much better, and overall we deserved a point...just. What worrries me is that I thought I heard Dean Saunders say he thought we played well in the first half.........I thought it was the worst 45 mins of the season...though I did miss Peterbro at home....

Streetly wolf

All the comments slating Saunders, what can he do? No signings as Morgan won't pay the wages! Get jay bothroyd in on loan and a left back and drop Berra for Johnson as Batth is twice the player he is. We played well today but need to be more clinical when we are on the upper foot. Ebanks is the wrong person to be playing up front on his own! We need a big striker like they had. The backing of fans was ridiculous today other than jack Harris although not expected. Morgan get your cheque book out or put Sako upfront with ward as they certainly can't tackle!!!!

Alan in Cyprus

We in Cyprus are 2 hrs ahead of you time-wise. I am so sad that our club has come to this.

Time to go to bed methinks.

ding dong

what can i say that hasn,t been said before same old same old.we desparatley need some quality loan players,sooner rather than later.

what next for wolves.

Sir Reginald

Considering that we are fighting to preserve our Championship status, we didn't show much guts or determination. I believe we are as good as down. Which position we finish in the bottom three remains the question. Total lack of guidance, ambition, funding and effort. Can't believe how bad we've really become.


Don't forget your Early Bird!


Well if Sako had not conceded that penalty all three would have been in the bag, but it was not to be. Going to be an interesting week maybe in who they get in from the loan market, or maybe not!

A much better display and good possession but still the defence.........!

Derby and Barnsley next both away and tough games then the real test Cardiff at home.

If it was me I'd try Johnson and Batth in the centre and drop Berra to the bench, the lad has earnt it. Get rid of Ward and bring in better and another proven striker someone big and strong who can hold the ball up. I hope DS gives boukari a chance soon as he is full of tricks and would compliment Sako.

Again 20,000 wolves fans turn up and get behind them even though there were a few boos at HT.

A point earnt is better than a poke in the eye and we are now bargin basement and they need to dig in. Any dithering in the loan market with Moxey bleeting about cost etc and i'm sure he will hounded out as will the owner. No club is too big to go down and as we have witnessed under Morgans tenure we have gradually sunk to 4th from bottom.



Come on man thrall us with your honest answers.

John paskin

Never thought I would see the day when we are close to dropping back into lower league football after working so hard to establish ourselves back in the top two tiers of English football after the disaster that was the mid eighties. I wonder what people like Sir jack, Graham Turner and Steve Bull must think seeing all their hard work thrown down the drain by the worst and least caring set of players I have ever seen wearing the old gold and black. Truly shameful.


Well Bully told us all to trust Steve Morgan as he would look after us in the transfer window, so I think we know what he thinks (PS I know this is heresy but there you go...)


Club is sliding towards disaster and no 'spin' from Moxey is going to change that.

Stale got us 31 points from a possible 78.

Saunders has got us 3 points from 15.

We have got worse under a new Manager who the Players claimed had brought a 'fresh up and at them ' approach. Well that might work in Division One which is where we are headed. Watch out Walsall.

Chatham wolf

The form Walsall are in could see them passing us going in the opposite direction


Yes, agree with the comment about the E&S report. The wolves web site is a bit biased too.

The BBC say it was ''harsh on Leeds'' when we equalised.

I think we deserved a draw.

It was interesting to read DS say he has been trying to get players in but cant afford the one he wants. Ambition?

101 chicken chow mein

Dear Mr moxley we are now approaching the last chance saloon and the fat lady is the caberet artist there, i think its now 3 wins in 22 games now, changing managers hasn,t really made much differance as we all knew it would not. so if you really have the club at heart please allow deano to bring in the quality we know is needed so desperatly when the loan window opens, no more bleating about wages etc, you will loose a lot more if we go down, we need ward out[not good enough] berra out [words fail me] foley out [completely lost it] henry out [ never had it, o goals in 5 years] doyle out [confidence is shot] seb out [all round game is crap] . last chance mate dont screw it up

Old Gold for Cash

The manager needs a mercy clipping, this is a joke. No idea as a whole, part of me wishes we had lost so that we would be in the bottom three. League One here we come, hope the powers that be start to listen and understand although i fear that this is a return to the dark days of the 80's. So i'm off to riot about the poll tax and go clubbing in Manchester.


I reiterate this time and time again and not one manager has actually done anything about it the back four cannot keep a clean sheet no leader and the mid field are 2nd tear performers wolves have had the worst defence for over 4years when is someone going to actually realise

The Flying Winger

Well it appears that Saunders has finally got there and arrived at the same decision as the rest of us.

He now says that the defence is the problem, as it cannot be put right in training and he will try and do something in the loan market.

Out of Darkness Cometh Light. Eventually!!!!!!


Massive under-investment is now exposed by both Jez Moxey and Dean Saunders. Lets hope that Morgan will look to sell and let's have owner(s) who will appreciate the Club.


Just starting to sense frustration from dean about the lack of transfer funds.Maybe not the yes man everyone thought??

spanish ray

It`s not the players Moxey it`s idiots like you and Morgan who do not have a clue.I don`t think Saunders is the man for the job but we have him and we must give him a fair chance.The only trouble is we are too close to the bottom for anyone`s liking and must be sorted double quick.Get some decent loan players in,yes they may cost and don`t tell me you haven`t got the money Morgan.Reports are that the players are giving their all,you do the same Morgan and do it with a good proffessional CEO not idiot Moxey,get rid of him now.

Notts Wolves

Laurel and Hardy, The Chuckle Brothers, Beavis and Butthead, Keystone Cops, Abbot and Costello, Morgan and Moxey.


Dont leave out,Dumb and Dumber.

Moxey is dumb,but Morgan is even dumber.

Arnold Wolf

Nope. The first five combinations are intentionally amusing. The last one just makes me laugh.

Alex rosen

The biggest of a lot of mistake done by the club and supprters were the sack of Ståle Solbakken, no doubt he struggeld, but for sure would have made a winning team and a team for years to come

Wolf at Gate

I think you may be right, he was a man of intrgeity and seemed to have made some good signings, he also had a plan, and was said to have been given at least 2 transfer windows by Wolves. A pity this group of footballers could not cope with his ideas in fact they seem to struggle with any ideas, tactics or motivation.

Warnock, Michael Brown, Leeds at home etc... and No yellow cards !!!

100% agree, the biggest problem is the lack of cleverness from the board. Sacking managers have nothing to show for.

Mr Solbakken would have climbed the table in due time and probably would have fight for a PO place already this season.

I am afraid that if not new blood comes in, Wolves will be relegated.

This bunch of players is a disgrace for the club and have to be sold, sooner rather than later!



100% agree, the biggest problem is the lack of cleverness from the board. Sacking managers have nothing to show for.

Mr Solbakken would have climbed the table in due time and probably would have fight for a PO place already this season.

I am afraid that if not new blood comes in, Wolves will be relegated.

This bunch of players is a disgrace for the club and have to be sold, sooner rather than later!



Totally Agree. Stale had a plan. He wanted to clear out the dead meat.

Stale is a winner. Sad that Wolves didn't have the patience.

Orlando Wolves

Agreed. Sacking Stale was a really stupid decision, now we are paying for it.


Saw match today.Beginning to play much more attractive football than the dross under Stalle.4-5-1 suits us much better.Saunders will get it right.After listening to Saunders post match interview iam sensing his rising frustration at our clubs lack of ambition in the transfer market.i do not believe he is the yes man many of you think.However if i hear the words "cant afford" one more time i will throw up.Morgan really needs to back this manager or sell and make the large profit we all know he wants.

The Flying Winger

"Three managers have got the sack because we have been conceding goals, I am not going to be the fourth."

Out of Darkness Cometh Light.


SBQ, Sue et al

I predicted 12+ months ago that a replay of the 1980's was on the cards and you all scoffed. I take no pleasure in telling you I told so but I did. The whole scenario at Molineux stinks of a repeat as there is clearly something not right with the financial structure of the Club. We are now facing a second succesive relegation but no financial contribution is forthcoming to address the failings on the field and Dean Saunders already sounds like someone who knows he has been conned (as was Stale).

Bring back the Bhattis!


Me scoff at you! never! I like to see your posts , you talk a lot of sense, If I did scoff take no notice..I've lost the plot!


PJ Sue..We might not agree all the time but WE ARE WOLVES, banter and views are all part of it but ultimately we all want the same thing....some success!


To be fair Sue I don't think you did, I was thinking more of Sir Billy and some other felllow travellers who have all gone very quiet.


I'll never go quiet! big mouth that's me but hopefully I never insult anyone.

Dan the Man

Dear PJB

Just dropped by to say it was more like (at least) 21 months for me.

Sad to say that everything I said will happen, or has happened, still remains true to this day.

Orlando Wolves

Obviously there are big problems within the club.

I wonder if the position we now find ourselves in, has anything to do with the players 50% pay cut ?

Did Mr. Moxey do likewise ?


a good point. wasnt at the game but performances seem to be getting better.

No loans signings I see and nothing done in the transfer window.

like it or not we are stuck with this squad.

I cant see how these player who are so used to losing games can somehow remember how to win 4 or 5 games to help this club avoid a 2nd relegation

Rambo Rambo Punjabi, Dudley

As shocking as it may seem, Mick MaCarthy was the right man for Wolves.

What the Wolves shameful Chairman and CEO do not appreciate is clubs need to create longevity in the Manager position.

Even though relegation looked a for gone conclusion last season, but 13 games with Mick, and the promotion campaign would have been smoother.

Good luck Mick. luv ya mate.


Ridiculous comment MM had 6 years at Wolves, he should have gone after 5.

What short memories some fans have.

wrexham wolf

Not another Mick lover. What we are seeing is an acceleration of the long slow decline that had being going on for some 2-3 seasons under MM. I will admit that MM would have made a better fist of it in keeping us up last season. However, all those poor signings, that lack of quality players, players out of position, of favourites who played every match and those who couldn't get a game its coming back to haunt us. As much as it is Morgan and Moxey who have got the club where we now are - it is also MM and i for one will never forgive him.

I actually think relegation is the best thing that can now happen to Wolves. It will force everyone associated with the club to stop and reavulate who we are, who we want to be and how do we get there. if we don't we will merely paper over the cracks yet again and continue with this belief that are a big club and everyone owes us for what we achieved in the past.

As an aside, my 6 year son wanted a Wolves pump bag - do you know what the club shop wanted to charge for postage - £10!! This is all that Wolves stand for at the moment - screwing as much money as they can out of supporters because, in the eyes of Morgan and MOxey, they are stupid enough and loyal enough to pay for it. Well guess what i didn't pay it and i won't.

Orlando Wolves

On the positive side - a point is a point from a game where we looked like getting nothing after 90 minutes. Another positive would appear to be the performance of Danny Batth, together with a game saving injury time equaliser.

Congratulations also to Lee Peltier, for a short time today he was Wolves joint 7th highest scorer. No doubt, now that he is a proven goal scorer at this level, Jez will be after him now!

I am a bit worried by Dean Saunders beginning to play players out of position (i.e . Jamie O`Hara). I think Wolves fans have had quite enough of this in recent years.

Sir Billy Quiet

We can moan all we like but the players put a up a good fight today despite a pitiful decision for the penalty.

We need to get behind the team and get us out of this season as a Championship club.

One question - why has Berra managed to keep Danny Baath out of this team?

Wednesbury wolves

Blimey bill, I'm agreeing with you regarding batth, but saying we put up a good fight, that's taking it a bit too far!!!!!! An own goal, a howler by kenny, think it was more luck, than fight.


You should have gone to Specsavers mate if you don't think that was a clearcut penalty!

Open your eyes

Not Berra


You always talk cobblers pal

Golden Wonder

Sir Billy,

the reason why Berra keeps being in the team is that he is a left sided CD where Baath and Johnson are right CD's. The idea is to bring that balance in central defense where one feels more comfortable in that position.

Dean has got a massive job on his hands with the squad at his disposal but i think we have played some decent football at times since he has been here.

The board have got to support this guy in whatever he feels we need.

There is money in the pot to get us out of this malaise next season, forget this one as we just need to concentrate on staying up.


we need to get behind the boys,they need to get to get behind the ball&get some shots @goal,the more shots on target the more goals you get.THIS IS PROVEN!


Saunders talked alot sense after the match, we are too easy to score against. Teams seem to be able to score continually out of nothing against us.

We need to make it much more difficult. To do this he has 2 change maybe 3 of the back 5. Foley, Ward, Berra need to be replaced. Definitely Ward, Berra anyway. Whether Johnson is the answer is difficult to say.

Going forward there is promise and hope. Sort the rearguard out and I think we'll stay up. Fail to learn from today and it could be Crawley Town in front of 10000 next season

Silver Wolf

Too easy to score against and unable to put away the chances at the other end. Fatal!

Confidence? That's been the claim for 18 months and 4 managers. We need players willing to give their all for the team, and any local lads worth a try should be given the chance. They'll have the pride and passion that is so obviously lacking, and it would be a hard hearted fan who didn't give them every encouragement when they saw the effort going in, whatever the end result. Watching overpaid mercenaries going through the motions while the club goes through the floor is sickening.


Saunders quote 'I have been trying for three weeks to get things done but have not been able to get anyone in that we can afford.'.

Where's the money gone? Proven lack of investment even to risk dropping down a league..... shortsighted CHEAP< CHEAP< CHEAP!


Still some of the deadwood in the defence.When is the penny going to drop ?

The Unhappy Wanderer

Sorry to be pedantic, but it's three points out of fifteen, not two.

Still relegation form, of course.


Stating the obvious but the chairman must back the manager. We've ducked out of the transfer window, now we're in the loan market.. Just how many players are we allowed to bring in on loan ? Anything less than 6 is not gonna be enough. We're staring down the barrel. Come on Wolves, get your act together !

Here wolf

I bet stale solbakken is laughing his head off. We have brought in a muppet that keeps telling us the players lack confidence. Wish I was on twenty grand a week, I'm sure I could come up with a better display than what all is wolves fans see. Sick of the lot of them. Relegation is certain, good luck at the end of the season Morgan, you'll need it. We will never see prem football for the next five years that is the reality my friends. Up the bulls, least they try.

rowley wolf

if we survive this season,big changes need 2 happen & i cant see it! players we should be getting rid of we are offering new contracts,its not just manager & previous manager 2 blame for the mess we are in,players are 2 blame 2,they really need 2 take a good look at thereselves,there better than this & should be top4 not bottom4 with the money there on,so if there not gonna but ina shift & fight for the club,just please leave in the summer & obviously some have gotta go because there not good enough! big problem though will morgan back us in summer,i doubt it,& already this week he admitted he's a business man & seeks all advice on football side of things from moxey,theres another problem & the other problem is,if he does invest in squad is deano the right man 2 be giving the money 2,i know he's only 5games in & needs time but he said something this week what worried me,he's seeking advice from souness,big ron & arthur cox this tells me he doesn't know what 2 do & is asking other people what he should do! i maybe wrong but i would rather have a manager with experience & can think for himself & make his own decisions! alan curbishley was my choice after mick went,i thought he would take the club forward but instead we have gone 10steps back! the time was right 2 get rid of mick but the board aint gotta clue & the 3managers since you cant tell me are better,so we would have been better off with mad mick!

The Teecher

Of course he's asking the advice of experienced and wiser people, THATS HOW THIS WORLD WORKS FGS ! I would be worried if he wasn't , there's no shame in learning from our superiors !

He's a talented young manager ....get behind him

You people make me sick

oxley wolf

this only wallpapers over ther cracks. discusting. sanders OUT moxley OUT


Its to late to act on buying players and changing the fortune of the way we play. We will be div 1 by the end of march. But please start acting now for then, the bucket list

1 new ceo

2 new manager with experience

3 left back

4 centre back

5 centre back

6 centre midfield

7 centre midfield

8 left wing

9 right wing

10 forward

11 striker

13 right back

Its a shame but it could be worse we could be portsmouth

Old Man in Old Gold

It's not only on the pitch that this club is a complete shambles. At 2.30 this afternoon it was impossible to buy a match programme down the complete length of the Billy Wright side of the ground. All of the vendors I approached had sold out, but all of them commented that they could have sold plenty more. In simple terms and apart from the niggle of not having a programme, it is an income opportunity not being exploited. Have we that much cash in the bank that the club can ignore the profit from the sale of programmes or is it that the arrogance of MM and his finance and admin team who can't be bothered to do the calculations for programme sales prior to this game.


I am surprised they sell many at all, I haven't bought one for five years.

They are too expensive, the size has got to ridiculous proportions and would need a small house extention to keep them all! I get all I need off the websites.

Well done Danny Batth, a great game and is really looking like a good prospect, but where is the next win coming from? It's looking bleak now.

As for DS saying we played well, says everything - hasn't got a clue.


Thought we played much better than Leeds whose only thought was hoof ball. In patches we played some really good stuff similar to the Leicester game. Frustration for me, apart from the result, was Ward who we know is never a left back and SEB. If we end up playing with only one striker, he has to be able to hold the ball up and bring others into play. SEB CANNOT DO IT. Better that Doyle is asked to do that job and if it were my choice, I would drop SEB in favour of Siggy who has much better movement and desire to hold the ball and win it back when lost. I know SEB is top scorer but his team play is so poor and the game always breaks down when he is involved. Great to see we managed to get a result from a game where we would have lost previously. Well played Danny. All is not lost, keep the faith.


The club is in a downward spiral,the appointments made were poor and the management

must take responsibility for them. The front two are average , Doyle is a lightweight with

no finishing power and Silvan is caught offside too often.




Lets blood some more youngsters we have nothing to lose the old guard are punch drunk and playing them is a no brainer.

The gold and black cafe

It's hard to disagree with the above comments but let's give it till the end of the season before getting to despondent . We are not going down so when , as expected we finish mid table lets see what M&M s 'ambitions are for the 2013/14 season. Need to blood the likes of winnall and bath now if DS has been told about the limited funds he has to work with.


Doomed! Thanks Deano, your the nail in our coffin!

loyal wulfrian

I know Sako is a great player, but he does keep giving penalties away.


Sake is a great player? Are we watching the same Sako?

Harrow Wolf

Freefall without a parachute. The ground is getting very close.


Danny Baath, what a player he is turning out to be, man of the match and scores the goal that earns us what could be a priceless point come the end of the season. If Johnson had not been suspended Danny would still be a bench warmer coming on for a midfielder or a full back, my message is don't muck him about like Mick did with Stearman he's a centre back who as come in for a suspension and as grabbed it with both hands. So far he's best thing to have come out of this effing awfull season, Zeli Ismael if you are given a chance Danny as shown you the way grab it with both hands, if Dean is brave enough to give you a chance. COME ON THE WOLVES.

Blood the youth n get behind them !!!!!

Spot on, these so called first team pro's have let us down season after season happy to take there huge pay cheques and drive home to there super model wags in the kitted out bentleys.....

Give the waiting youth there chance, see if they can show the rest what its like to give there all and want to play for the shirt !!

Well done danny boy !!!!


I agree, a clear out and start again is required. Most of these players are tainted. Danny Batth is a good example of what can be done with the youth. While we hover above the drop zone these players are not going to get the chance. As painful as it is going down could be the only way we will get up. Norwich were in the same position as wolves, it took relagation to sort them out. There is going to be some pain ahead. Support the team regardless


Read the 4th paragraph - mention of goal difference is there.

As for your writing skills - learn to spell before criticising.

Frantic Friday

Does it matter what the result was today !! were solvent and not in debt.....we could be european champions and in debt .

Filthy Wolf

I think it's blunt facts that we are going down. Scorers? Would Doyle and SEB ACTUALLY step up to the plate?

Ebanks-Blake should be smacking them in, but instead the scorers are one of theirs and Danny Batth.

Kick out the chaff bring in the kids. We might yet be going further down.

Hard Wolf

Can't blame the manager, it's down to the players, looks like relegation, get the under 21 squad on the pitch, and loan the rest out until the transfer window, shocking can't score, can't defend, can't play football.

paul davo

Well like i said 5 weeks ago PANIC has set in now, but fair play to the side today saunders will not let the heads drop but i just think its to late and the drop looks odds on, just cannot defend, i pray to god some rich man will see the fan base we have and make the two clowns an offer they can"t refuse, Morgan had a wonderful chance to build a massive club and has blown it big time, We need a football CEO to take the club forward now as even a blind man and his dog can see what Moxey has done to our club,

Can't spell won't spell

Cannot believe some of you are blaming the appointment of DS. The underlying problem is that we concede too many goals and don't take our chances the other end.

By the way the spelling on this site is appalling!


And who's job is it to sort that out?! Can't spell vs stupid comments, I had an English teacher like you, and nobody liked him either


Just heard Dean Saunders post-match interview re our defence. Welcome to our world Dean, supporters have been saying that for years.




100 years ago this man would have put on the Gallows for his Actions.

MORGAN get rid of this useless tripe hound on monday,if you dont take action by then,we are for sure going into Division One,NO QUESTION.

FINANCIAL CONSTRAINT :Is okay up to a point,but for the last two years,it has become a joke.

Yes we have spent a few quid on a couple of decent players,BUT during this period ,everbody and his dog,"EXCEPT MOXEY"

can see that we have a LOAD OF TRIPE ,in our Defence,we need a leader in centre midfield "aka Alex Rae"of the glory years,and another decent striker!!!!!! .We paid 6 million for Doyle!!!! Wasted Money,We could have got better from the lower leagues.DOYLE is NOT a STRIKER!!!!!!!!!!! He is an overpaid headless chicken!!!!!!!






Not keen on the Last Manager. Or the CEO

L. Sorry to disappoint you but his position is cast in stone. Either that or,

deep down somewhere in the archives their is "something" he has over the club.

He has over the 10+ years at the club and the mistakes/decisions he has made IT MUST be a very BIG something.


what game was Saunders watching it was a clear penalty


I dont know but maby it´s players and not the managers problem in the Wolves squad. They dont win any games, not this Wolves players. Not even if bleeping Mourinho came a long! Get rid!

Toronto Wolf

I certainly can not put it into words.........

Toronto Wolf.


Have a go Toronto, you might find it therapeutic!

One thing's for sure it won't make any difference to the clowns running the circus.


“we can't defend, we can't do the basics, we need some defenders.....” no surely not, but now you come to mention it! Is this from the same chap who only very recently said there was only a “bit of tinkering” required, I think it was.

Surely the shock is not at Mr Saunders statement but the fact that he didn't already know. Our woeful decline under his 3 predecessors is well documented along with the shambolic defensive record would make me want to know why when he took the job he didn't make that his priority and get from Mr Morgan money to put that right as a pre condition.

To read his comment we couldn't get in defenders because we couldn't afford them is shocking. I am fearing Mr Saunders is learning on the job and whilst he may have the intent the experience to achieve that is not there and we may suffer as a result.

What also seems pretty clear is that Messrs Morgan and Saunders have grossly under estimated what a mess we are in. Both seem to believe all that was needed was a more bubbly character to chivy the lads along, and we can always rely on the tried and trusted plan B that there are bound to be 3 teams worse than us. Surely it can't fail for a second time!

I sense the true reality is now dawning on one of them who I fear will be having a few more sleepless nights.

As for Mr Morgan?

3rd Generation Wolves Fan

The game was entertaining and Wolves deserved their point if not more. I for one am glad to have Morgan and Moxey in charge they are keeping the club in the black and out of the red unlike Leeds United how many millions in the red were they? and on that basis Leeds did deserve they relegation nightmare. The Wolves players on the other hand proved yesterday that they are too good to go down and if they continue to play like that on a regular basis will definitely avoid relegation. As for Mr Morgan there is no sense in wasting his money throwing it at a team who to be fair are good enough already.

We are Wolves!!

carl wolves

Are you crazy?!

White Coat

Up the medication, dear.


I nearly posted idiot when I saw it! Then decided not to.

Orlando Wolves

You just did!

3rd Generation Wolves Fan

Wolves players have been going through the motions in free-fall ever since Solbakken appointed head coach Patrick Weiser, the players could not be arsed under that regime. Have you not seen a dramatic change in the players’ behaviour since Saunders came in?

Money thrown at this team is money squandered and I hate waste. What alternative is there oh I know lets end the contracts of all our players and buy replacements outright. The squad cannot be rebuilt overnight and if that means relegation so be it because we are in a marathon not a sprint.

Are you not entertained..?

Sussed You

Didn't think I'd see the day that you would be posting, Jez.

Frantic Friday

Your an idiot mate.first thing, no one is to good to go down.You are where you are because you aint good enough.The league position doesn't lie.!! Clubs solvent and in the black don't win anything..If its a finacially solvent club that you want to support and win nowt then best the wolves get in the blue square league.

Mills wolf

Think your on your own there mate.

Also, no ones too good to go down, tell that to newcastle and west hams fans who have been conistant prem teams finding themselves in championship in recent years.

The attidude to good to go down will get you relagated.

Sorry mate but you dont have a clue if you really believe all that


It's not good enough, why is Saunders still there. Moxey got rid of Stale who gained more points from the same number of matches.

Saunders talk is cheap; if it has taken you this long to realise we leak goals are you really the best we can get to manage WWFCs?

Morgan Moxey who is the next manager? Someone from the Conference league?

Alan in Cyprus

It's decision time for the Board of Directors. We are going nowhere under the current set-up and the Manager needs help from an experienced "old head", to keep us in this Division.


Seen Tough times Video and heard Moxley on WM before the Game.

What a Club. What arrogance. How Pathetic.

Pleading for support, make Wolves the laughing stock. Said players wanted to leave, but couldn't find replacements is a joke (understood Wolves were a big club ie who wouldn't want to come to play?)

Top to bottom (kids aside), the structure and management of the club is not condusive to success on the field.

10 year plan, bring in Director of Football who can choose the next manager, not introduce some Hairbrained scheme with Recruitment Officer , reduce expectations, build slowly, and who knows.

It was great for Wolves to be in the Premiership, but, are now to be miles behind following the increase in Sky money.

(WBA will be spending more than Wolves next year).

Support will be there, but the product needs to be there.

Moron needs to go.

Utilize the Academy following Relegation, Batth Local Lad, try for O'driscoll again???




Before yesterdays kick off the bookies made wolves 20 to 1 to go down .!

The guy who sits behind me in the steve bull upper , who travels to each home game from ireland ! Has had twenty quid on and said if we go down at least the winning bet will pay for his season ticket next year .

Work that one out

The Real Bangkok Wolf

4/1 to go down now on 365 website


No chance of 20/1 before yesterdays game, 7/1 was the best. I have £20 at 40/1 from the start of the season. Could see this coming!




The above report is a fairly accurate description of the match. Two championship teams, playing championship football, who are not likely to be going anywhere fast. Perhaps at the end of the match, Saunders might have said something to the effect of: same time again season?

On the plus side, Batth made a fairly competent home league debut, and his goal will have done his confidence no harm at all. O'Hara looked a lot more like his old self and seems to be not far off full match fitness. However, he looked far more effective when he moved into a more central position.

On the negative side, the defence always looked vulnerable when Leeds on our left flank. This problem needs to be addressed.


Adam Hammill where is he ?doyle on the wing and blake on his own your having a laugh . Give Hammill a chance for a change he is quick and direct and can take on players

Stafford DeWolf

The home form is killing us. 4 home wins in 16 games and more home goals conceded than scored is relegation form in any division. Away from home we've won as many games as 2nd place Leicester.

Maybe suggests that the senior players wish they were elsewhere than at Molineux? Time for Jez to negotiate a lot more terminations it seems to me.

Danny Batth's performances must surely encourage Saunders to replace some of these under-performing ever-presents with home grown talent. We must have a couple of properly schooled fullbacks somewhere on the books?

So very, very disappointing continually being unable to dominate and win games at home.

Silver fox stratford

Hasn't anybody cottoned on yet? Morgan and money ARE the Bhatti brothers! They have spent all this time spending millions on plastic surgery. That's where the 24million went, for the final instalment. Seriously though, I was at the game and there were some decent spells but as always the defence is shocking. I don't blame ds as he has inherited this debacle. Start worrying more if asda put a planning permission application in to increase their size.


Just listened to radio WM's interview with Moxey yesterday

Firstly, we'll done to Paul Franks, great questions & very forthright.

But our celebrated CEO didn't disappoint, he barely answered any of the questions as asked, slimy git & for some reason he keeps referring to the 'footballing side of the business' & this, ladies & gentleman is why we are where we are, this is the inherent problem that lies within our great club, there isn't or shouldn't be a 'footballing side of the business' WWFC is a football club & that is or should be our business, end of, not a side of it or a part of it, that's it that's what it is, A FOOTBALL CLUB! And this clown in particular doesn't seem to grasp that, that much is clear from his interviews this week.

He has the gall in intemate that the finances within the club could be better!!!

And then blames falling attendances & falling retail revenue & this is the best bit, he includes falling kit sales, so he is basically blaming the fans for having the good sense to decide not to fund his bargain basement crusade.

haha, who decided to have our kit made by that sporting household name Burrda???

Yes it was Jez.

Who churn out, quite honestly the worst quality football kit I've ever seen yet, our Jez feels the need to charge supporters the same prices as clubs that offer a quality, premium sports brand as there kit supplier.

This is just one example, but it follows a very common theme.

You see Jez the majority of the problems that are within our club stem from the fact that you do everything on the cheap, the kit suppliers, players, catering, match day entertainment, managers etc the list goes on, yet you expect everyone to pay top dollar for bargain basement goods, services & entertainment & this mentality has just been going on for way too long & has been accelerated over recent times as the revenue at the club has rocketed, which is something I can't quite get my head around.

I mean you can't even be bothered to turn the stadium screens on???

The only thing that's not done on the cheap at the club is Moxey's remuneration package, what a surprise that is!!!! Who thinks the club gets value for money on this issue?????

I thought the nature & tone of his comments in his interview with Martin Swain this week were aggressive, disrespectful & insulting to the the fans of this great club.

His reputation within football is somewhat of a joke, hence the reason nobody wants to do business with us, what decent football manager/coach would want to work with this man????

Hence the reason we are now having to take chances on foreign managers & lower leagues coaches.

Last year one of the national press senior sports writers referred to Moxey as having the character of a 'snake oil salesman' I thought he was being kind.

Anyway back to footballing matters, more of the same yesterday, it was a pretty dull affair, which was to be expected the worst home team in the div against one of the worst away teams.

O'Hara & Batth were the stand out performers & were very encouraging, Foley, Henry & Doyle seem to be improving, Sako is Sako.

Ward & Berra were simply awful & poor old SEB was isolated but worked his socks off. I also thought Ikeme was a little wayward with his distribution yesterday.

But on the whole we competed & deserved a point, thought their lad Norris in CM looked a good player.

john payne

I quite agree Grace, and it's so frustrating that we have to continue to suffer from these problems when it's apparent to us all what's wrong. We are being taken for a ride.................

chris h

Grace, You got it in one,kid.But I reckon he did a good job on Franksie after the microphone was switched off.Did you hear Franksie's comments after the game.Told one caller 'get into your thick head it is not Moxey's fault it is Morgan's.' Irrespective of the merits of where the blame lies,this was a disgraceful comment from a representative of the BBC. Later he toned it down a bit by saying words to the effect that Moxey was not as culpable as many fans thought.So whilst Paul had Jez on the ropes during the interview ,when they got out of the ring Moxey won the fight.You see you can fool some of the people all of the time,but you have got it sussed by your comments.I should imagine Steve Morgan would be none to happy at being criticised on local radio ,immediately after an interview by his Chief Executive.

Sir Billy Quite

Grace - you are right - ask anyonr that has worked for Moxey, past or present, and you will get the same opinion. He dictates, bullies and refuses to accept responsibility when things go wrong.

He is the CEO and this disastorous 12 months have been on his watch.

If he wants to boost early bird sales he should announce his resignation!

Morgan needs to get control of this club he would'nt stand for an under achieving CEO in his building company why does he tolerate Moxey's failure now?

Moxey thinks that HE IS the Wolves but he is nothing more than an employee of the supporters and we have withdrawn our support.

The supporters have been down to the 4th division to see our club rebuilt and if that what it takes again so be it...........


Mills wolf

Well done grace for picking up on moxey talking alot but answering nothing !!!!

Your post is great everyone take note and have a read

Mills wolf

Come join football network wolves forum grace, you would be a breath of fresh air to an already good bunch



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Orlando Wolves


Yes, you are right Grace, practically everything associated with the club at the moment is done on the cheap. The last quality strips we had in my opinion was when they were last supplied by Puma.

I fail to see how any self respecting owner of a professional football club, could tolerate such a parsimonious, short sighted, intransigent, CEO as Gerald Moxey. He does not appreciate the fact that the balance of success on the financial side, is, in large part, supported by success on the playing side. (That, Mr. Moxey, is how you sell both your jerseys and your match tickets.) Your actions are short changing the fans.

If Steve Morgan employs people with similar qualities in his building business - I for one, would certainly not buy one of his houses.

Now NOT KEEN on the Whole lot at the TOP

Orlando. I have been asking the question re Moxey for a number of years to no avail. Furthermore I don't think we will ever get an answer.

If you get a chance have a look on his web site. He is doing very nicely with his real estate business over in your neck of the woods.



You hit several nails on the head but the most important relates to the identity of the organization whose prime purpose is to supposed to be to trade as a FOOTBALL CLUB. Unfortunately this is not the case as it is a wholly owned susdiary, though a web of intermediaries, of Morgan's personaly owned Bridgmere Investments. Suddenly Moxey is emphasising the independence of WWFC from Morgan's other interests (not true) - I wonder why. Me thinks he doth protest too much!


Irish it is Tiptonwolf But that's a real commitment by him..best of luck to same..We have to get behind Dean now show a united front and hope for the best...Booing is not nice to hear...and it's clear Dean is not getting what he wants from the Board.....at least they are improving football wise...our luck will change I am sure..


Are we Improving football wise???

There's not much difference for ne than under SS other than a more cautious approach, but I don't see that as an improvement.

Just my opinion


When Saunders came here it was stated what a cheerful happy chap he was,didn't take long for that to go, he looked as miserable as sin on the Tele..

chris h

Sue, Didn't we all start going to the Wolves cheerful and happy,and look how we have ended up. Missed out on my normal seat in the Billy Wright to try out the new North Bank. I think it must have been built by Noah.First 15 rows were wet through..Some guy near me said,'fancy spending £20m on this'.


Yes you're right of course but I've been going for too many years to get really down,seen it all before it's water off a ducks back now, whether it's because I'm getting on now but I don't let it get to me anymore, perhaps it's apathy!!

I sit in the Stan Cullis never got wet before but now I find my feet are in water that doesn't seem to move, my feet were freezing on Saturday! Feel for Saunders...what can he do?


Amidst all the other shambolic shortcomings, I'm afraid the new manager is thick. He talks about things in a blindly exaggerated, one-sided, clicheed way, musc preferred the intelligent and articulate Solbakken. "10 clear cut chances against Leicester"?????? "Scandalous penalty"????? "We played really well"????? "Quality players"????? Must have missed all this. THICKO


15 games left and we have 31 points at the moment. I reckon we need 45 points to be safe, so 5 wins would give us survival. We haven't won a game since Dec 21st and our form hasn't improved so 5 wins sounds a tall order. Assuming we draw 4 and win 2 then I believe we will be in the bottom 3 come the end of the season. Deano probably did the same calcs so I'll be watching how he gets the team to deliver. He looks a bit stunned at the moment and I don't have a lot of faith with his tactics. I'm more worried now than I've been since the 80s. I can't even contemplate what will happen if we drop into Div 1. Sorry for being so negative but I'm not seeing anything on or off the pitch that gives me hope. Sad day. UTW


Don't blame the players Moxey you have betrayed them big time. If you had given them a decent manager a year ago they might have stood a chance. Then you give them Solbaken who had a proven record for failure. I still think we have some good players but absolutely no belief. You have got what you deserve but the players and fans deserve much better. Just go!


So Dean Saunders is now beginning to feel the heat in the kitchen, sleepless nights relegation looming. Why on earth would he want to come to the Wolves who are looking relegation candidates from Doncaster who are looking promotion candidates, No wonder he cant sleep at night he must be wondering what have I loosed myself in for, a squad of useless players that do not have the inclination or desire to want to play football but pick up their money for doing nothing. Blame who you like for this mess but the only people who should take all the blame are the players, it's them that put on the shirt on match days and under perform. Saunders inexperience has shown He needs help if He is to continue to be the manager he needs someone with plenty of experience to come in as an adviser full time, it's no good in having to phone up your old bosses for advice he needs someone with Him full time Otherwise He will become just another ex Wolves Manager. Some of the older players need to look at themselves and ask are they putting in a full shift, because there are some good young players that given the opportunity will soon be called upon to replace them.


Man of the match ? The South Bank (with Leeds ahead 2-1):

Leeds: "How **** must u be, we're winning away?"

South Bank: "You're nothing special, we lose every week."

Thanks Tim Nash for that account.

Oh, and Danny Batth wasn't bad

mick the miller

Thought we played ok yesterday and deserved a draw at the very least. Well played Danny Batth, I thought the lad did well. A lot of posters harp on about our fragile defence and I agree it isnt the best but surely the bigger problem is at the other end. We have no-one, apart from Sako who can strike a ball. It is no good keeping a clean sheet if you dont score at the other end. Doyle works hard but rarely gets into a goalscoring position and, if he does, has no power in his boots. As for Ebanks-Blake, he should have been put out to grass a long time ago. He is too slow, has poor ball control, can shoot, but inaccurately, doesnt lose his marker and run the channels. Our goals yesterday came from an o.g. and our young centre half...........says it all really.

Mike T

I am afraid the following stats virtually confirm what is coming:

Last eight games

Wolves won 0

Barnsley won 4

Bristol City won 4

Peterborough won 4

big les mitton

Whats the matter with you

some good teams in the lower leagues

we will be fine when we get rellied

cheer up.

loyal wulfrian

Everyone knows the defence is the problem, the loan market is open and yet we still have not signed anyone!!


deano lost the sparkle lol ,he aint bubbley any more .and hes only been in charge for five games looks like hes ready to walk out ,sleepless nights as well lol ,


Grace........good post thanks seem to agree with your comments....you should be on the Board..I for one am worried for the future improvements yes in some players but we need just two experienced defenders in there and I am sure things would hell a little....some interesting posts on here but it clear Moxey ids not on our Xmas Card list.

London Gold

The manager has seen the writing on the wall. If the loans do not come in, or if he feels there will be no genuine transfer activity in the summer, he will walk. I think he is not far from that now. I don't blame him.

The RealSuffolkwolf

I'm not sure why comparisons are being made with Portsmouth. The only similarity is the manner of decline, the rest is completely different. They won the FA Cup at a severe price and were paying astronomical wages. Players wages were 110% of income. Our situation is very different but n some ways more depressing. We are not paying players £85-100k per week and we have a bigger fan base.

Our decline is being managed by incompetence. Yes, the books may be okay, although this will change if we're relegated but the decisions taken in the last 18 months have been appalling and there are no signs of improvement. Now it will only be a short amount of time before the fans start to get at DS. Why? first and foremost we are not winning and apart from a couple of decent (I refer to application not skill) performances nothing has really changed apart from not having replacement fullbacks and someone who can score on a regular basis. Secondly, this manager is seen as a "friend" of Morgan, regardless of the facts.

Now we are in the middle of a relegation scrap and the poor manager is out of his depth. He has lost his first choice right-back and for whatever (we are not destined to find out) we did not make any signings in the window. How convenient to change the manager prior to or during the transfer window! I'm not going to criticise DS, who wouldn't have taken the job but he needs help and all we get is larger than life Jez blaming the players. You may have a point Jez but perhaps DS is trying to build confidence. Remember the last time we had interference from you or SM? post the Liverpool game and we all know the events that occurred post that.

Fellow fans, it is going to be harsh winter and spring. Let us hope that there are 3 worse teams than ours.

North Wolves

Do you think that Wolves would have been in the relegation zone of The Championship if Mick still was the Manager? I don't think so... would have gone down from the Prem, probably, but not in the drop zone of the Championship.

Dansk Paul

Are Morgan and Moxey sure that they are Wolves supporters?

Beats me


All is need is a Protest outside the next home game Cardiff and nobody that's nobody go to watch them stay outside and chat for moxey and morgan to come out and explain what they are doing to the club.

if they cant tell morgan to sell!! simple as that fans now need to bite back, because the great club is falling away fast!! its not the Managers fault, its the owner and Moxey, Stale was a good bloke, but them over paid players just didn't wont to play!! I say put them all in the res...

Joke our club protesttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttsssssssssssssssssssssssssss



Before our latest Molineux endurance session, the Wolves press office were trawling through the archives, hastily cutting some clips and adding a seven word strapline like a profound Hollywood tearjerker. Tough times don’t last, tough people do.’ With six points from our last 30, four home wins from 16 and more importantly, a relegation place separated by goal difference, I’d beg to differ. Hats off to the PR team… …Concocting a bigger insult in one sentence than the entire season put together takes some doing. Not content with serving up the most blundering, bungled concoction of misery – both on and off the pitch – we’re all subtly reminded to keep coughing up or be labelled feeble weaklings forever. Forget the war chest promise; we don’t have to sell our best players; we can get in the top five clubs in England; we won’t do an Albion; we won’t appoint a novice; an £18 million empty North Bank. Forget it all. Airbrush it from your minds and keep diverting your cash to the very people who will keep wasting it. Or whatever the hell they do with it. Going on a straw poll conducted around the weathered souls beside me, with hundreds of years of fanatism between them, I can conjure a far more appropriate soundbite to describe this mess. ‘Weak people last. Good people have had enough.’ Jez Moxey has lasted 13 years. Ward, Berra, Foley, Doyle, SEB have lasted 1,000 games between them, but the supporters who remember 1949 and Stan Cullis are driven away. Without a club to relate to anymore, they have nothing left to give. Bad enough that they’ll never come back, but even worse that they leave with a flea in their ears from the very people who divorced them in the first place. At least we didn’t lose against Leeds, thanks to a player we’ve all been screaming out for in place of either Johnson or Berra, the latter who doesn’t even want to play for us. But as is always the case, the same old losers let us down. The weak ones who outlive the good ones. Ward, for the millionth time in his career went AWOL, resulting in Sako clumsily covering an entire left flank which resulted in a dubious penalty. This made it 2-1 to Leeds after our main goalscoring threat did the damage – an opposing player – to break the deadlock. Varney scored a belter to make it 1-1 before another the impotent Kevin Doyle failed yet again, this time missing the target from 4 yards following a saved Batth header. The game was a scrappy, unsightly battle from start to finish. Batth was the one bright spot and deserved to be man-of-the-match. The rest, bar Sako, looked what they were – the fourth worst squad in Premier League history minus its three Premier League performers. Jez Moxey still insists they should be doing better. The league table, like those early bird sales, says he’s having a laugh.


So if we go down because we couldn't afford to reinforce the defence, then what? Wouldn't it have been an investment in securing our future? Why am I so despondent, as a Wolves fan? Tell you what, I will always remain a Wolves fan but there will be no point in coming on here to comment. I will probably retire from it all.


Grace if our great club was winning, i am sure we would not be going on about Morgan and Moxey, we are looking everywhere to blame for where we are in the league. Yes Morgan and Moxey have made mistakes, i don't think they made them deliberately, i am glad where we are now and not where we were before Graham Turner arrived. All our problems are out on the park, we should never in the reign of sam be in the bottom four top four more like. COME ON THE WOLVES.



I'm sure you're right, but 'if' is the most used word in sport especially by losing teams/individuals the fact is we ain't winning & more worryingly we done look like we know how to win anymore.

You are also correct when you say our problems are on the pitch, though that ain't rocket science, but these problems have been caused by the dreadful management decisions made at the club at all levels from the top down.

The squad are desperately devoid of confidence & the very least the squad needed was fresh blood, yet for some bizarre reason M&M sat in their ivory tower saw fit not to push the required deals through, the likely result will be that we get relegated as the clubs around us are showing the battling qualities that this squad used to, bit our boys don't appear to have the stomach for it any more.

The bottom line is I never want to criticise anyone at my club, but given the amount of time & money I've spent supporting the club I feel I have the right to do so when I see the club being so badly run for no apparent reason.

I make no apologies for that.


What makes you think if we are relegated that these players will want to leave, they are on good contracts, who would want to buy them anyway

The Flying Winger

Hi Sue, yes he did.

He is no fool he knew that things needed to change and from what he said over the last few weeks, he wanted to do something but was told we could not afford it.

This was what McCarthy was told as well, so three years on we are where we are.

Morgan Moxey and the board are to blame.

Where do we go from here, relegation unless Morgan relents.


I'm with you all the way , I haven't a clue where we go from here.

I know a lot of people don't like Moxey he's made mistakes but Morgan worries me!


did i not warn you sue months and months ago about what was going to happen ? but oh no u and sir billy etc thought i was talking bile ..... well what you say not eh ?


You did,I never said you were talking bile....Don't understand the last sentence????


After listening to Dean Saunders post match interview on Radio WM, I get the feeling that he might walk if he does not get any backing from Morgan in the Loan Market.

With regards to Moxey’s Q & A session with Paul Franks; it was obvious that all the decisions regarding the club are made by Steve Morgan [Mr Bridgemere].

Woolfie 4371


sandy gray

Poor old DS, I am now warming to him & think that I may have judged him too hastily-maybe he is not M&M's mouthpiece after all.... I heard Franksy's interview with Moxey & agree with all the comments posted but what I found most disturbing was when asked whether our position was "unthinkable" Moxey disagreed & said we'd been there before TOO RIGHT & WE DON'T WANT TO GO THERE AGAIN PLUMMETING THROUGH THE DIVISIONS TOWARDS NON-LEAGUE OBLIVION. I want to cry.


While Moxey stays at Molineux..............4 fans in our house stay away.......it's not rocket science.

All of you who like us who want Moxey out, do as we have done, stop going to the matches & stop spending your money at the club.

Sooner or later, Morgan will get the message.


GrEeN niGeL


income wolf

After reading all the numerous comments it is very clear that no true fan of this great club can accept whats going on. The club is not a PLC so you cannot access Financial information to understand whats , whats. Therefore sooner rather than later the only way to make the fans views felt is to starve the clubs income. We need a group to commence plans to force Morgan out by the only method he understands CASH


What a joke we are,4 managers and none have clue 2 years of rubbish and we still play the same players.7 yesterday and with Johnson it would be 8how can we care on like this is there no one at the club with half a brain.


I know everyone hates Stephen Ward but in our current plight dont you think it would be a good idea to play him up front in the position he was bought to the club to play in? The last time he played there we beat Liverpool away 1-0 & he scored the goal! A good goal it was too! I am not an admirer of his defensive play but think he has been wrongly treated by firstly Mick then subsequent managers playing him way out of position leaving him open to ridicule by the masses?


So Sad..................................Go now Moxey, I will even offer to drive the taxi!


Deserved a point! Are you having a laugh? Leeds were the better side by a mile. Pieman had a shocker and Doyle should never pull on a Wolves shirt again. This team is going down without any shadow of doubt.

Morgan has to take responsibility for this mess and it is time for him to ship out.

Jorge Luis Ochoa Vasquez

Wished i played golf with Morgan and had some tenuous links with Liverpool,many more sleepless nights for you Deano,you'd be better off ringing up the Samaritans for advice on this shower of ***t.Err any chance of Doyle scoring a goal ever again?? why keep playing him?Is it possible that Wolves management(laughter) haven't a clue as to running a football club, let alone one the size of Wolves;they couldn't manage a lash up in a brewery.....sick to death of Moxey and all his empty rhetoric.Sympathies to all the very loyal fans who continue to support the club despite being horribly abused by Morgan&Moxey......absolute disgrace! ps who's idea was the sad dirge of a video? can we possibly sink any lower?(rhetorical question).

in to the darkness

i see a lot of fans on here are asking for good quality loan players - why would they want to come to wolves what incentives would the MM,s put on the table? and besides if they are that good why would other clubs loan them out. Best we can hope for is we stay up and have a clear out in the close season and first out the door s

sould be Mr Morgan .


We are lacking in all departments, a more knowledgeable man than me once said' football is a simple game you just have to score one more than the opposition'. If DS does manage to get some quality defenders in then we still need forwards to score goals. Last season Jarvis was one of the top crossers in the premier league but we didn't convert the chances and we aren't putting any away again. We 'scored' two yesterday one from an own goal and one by a defender. Why is Doyle still in the team? He couldn't score if there was no opposition, Cassidy got 11 for Tranmere and is sitting on the bench. He should be in the team, it doesn't matter what team they're in when a striker is scoring the seem to keep doing it. the same goes for Ismail, he's 19 and should be in the first team, Rooney played for Everton at 16 and so did Wilshire at Arsenal, what are we waiting for??


go on you tube type. wolves early bird 2013 this will cheer you up

Guten Morgan

Thanks for that. Funniest thing I've seen in ages. Well, it would be funny if it didn't have a ring of truth.


Give the players a new incentive, they earn so much see how they go doing it differentley. lose the game 10% of their wage draw 50% A win will get them full pay.

Windsor Wolf

Has anybody noticed that Berra has been going forward for free kicks and corners for 4 years and never got his head to one. Danny Batth played 2 games scored 1 and almost scored another. Hmm does this tell you anything?


Been saying for ages, since Jody Craddock hasn't played there have been virtually no goes added by defenders. Training ground issue methinks?


Danny Batth very impressive display. Our seasoned players hang your heads in shame!! looks like the youth is only way forward for Wolves cos Moxey Mayhem reigns...............he won't pay the wages to attract quality players.

Can anyone tell me if Wolves EVER won a game if Fletcher, Jarvis or Kightley did not play? take a look at the stats you may be suprised to find the rest of the team were carried need to get rid.

If we keep Ebanks Blake and want him to score, we need big Chris O back. Sylvan's highest goals tally? Along side Big Chris.

Rambo Rambo Punjabi, Dudley

Steve Bull and Andy Gray as joint Managers

Scowling Joe

What an absolute joke!! The team are an absolute disgracement, and the board couldn't run a bath let alone a club!

Stackenblocken OUT!!

Moxley OUT!!!

Morgan OUT!!!

Will Sadler

Never a penalty in a millian years, a blatant dive.

Sako was not on worng side of the leeds player at all he was sotrngher on the challenge and the Leeds player cheated to win a penalty


We will sell Batth and Cassidy in ther summer....yet offer new deals to the useless Berra and Blake...just watch and see. Who the hell told Sigardusson he was a footballer, he is absolutely useless, should not be anywhere near the line up. As for Moxey... I'm sure I heard him say we wont do a Port Vale..... MORGAN OUT !!!

Ye Olde South Bank

Another game, another debacle. If Dean Saunders chooses to walk, then I, for one, wouldn't blame him.

This grand, old club is being systematically dismantled by a so-called 'builder'; his Poundland-mentality Chief Executive and a bunch of mercenary players totally unfit to wear that famous Gold & Black. It's heartbreaking -indeed, criminal- to behold as neglect and apathy eat away at one of England's most famous football clubs.

I've more than paid paid my way over 5 decades, but no more money from me next season, Morgan, because enough's enough. What a lucky escape Liverpool had when you failed to seize control. Without doubt, the Scousers would've run you out of town, by now.

Stan House-Moore

The old guard players who were here when we were relegated ALL need to be cleared out. They are failing professsionals who have under-achieved for over 2 seasons.They are not going to improve and there is something very wrong amongst the player dynamic. 4 Managers have not addressed this issue. Maybe Dean can by shipping them out, keep all Sollbakken signings and go for our youngsters and newboys. GET RID OF ALL THIS DEAD WOOD. They may now relegate us

Orlando Wolves

I am more than a little confused with your comment "4 Managers have not addressed this issue", followed by the comment "keep all Sollbakken signings".

Stale was in the process of moving on under performing players, and he did sign quality players during his six month reign. We all know the injury problems forced him to play largely the team he inherited, and true to form, they got him the sack.

Another costly knee jerk reaction by Wolves, it is becoming a habit.


Don't waste your money watching this rubbish.Go to sunny Portugal instead.


just read we trying to do a deal for baptiste on loan this week. need a few more deano .




Wolves Ross

Having read the same moronic rubbish from the so called supporter I would like to put right the attributes a true supporter should have. You support your team in bad times as well as in bad. When your team is not performing should be giving them more support not booing them and not writing to the press. This support should be given to all in the club especially a new manager who is trying everything to

Wolves Ross

I thought nthere was a great improvement in the team in the last two games and a really first class display by by the youngster in defence. I am fed up of hearing from the supposed supporters comments with there moronic abuse of the club and the players. Hasn't anyone told them that a true supporter supports their team in bad times as well as good. When I hear them boo the players I ashamed- they should be encouraging the team. The only thing they think of spending money on players that are not worth their valuation and paying them outragious wages. This has never been the way to get out of trouble- you only have to look at Portsmouth.

If you haven't got anything good to say don't write it. Support the team, manager and owner to overcome these difficulties. I have supported this team since 1946 and I have never shout abuse at the club

Realistic Wolf

Everyone has a right to express their opinion. By the tone of the comments on this page, you my friend are in the minority. What is happening now has been caused by very poor management and even poorer players. I agree with your comment about not spending money on players not worth their valuation. Unfortunately we appear to have already made that mistake with the poor quality of the present squad, hence the desperate situation we are in. UTW


I agree with you about the abuse but where I don't agree is telling people to only come on here to give positive comments, the whole point of this is to debate and that means everyone can give their point of view,whether we agree or not.I do know where you're coming from.

Kenilworth wolf

Mistakes of Morgan

1. Not getting of McaRThy sooner

2. Appointing TC

3. Sacking SS half way through a season

4. Employing DS. What about DiCanio, Odriscol, Adkins ?????

5. Not getting rid of the worst back 4 and I've ever seen take to the field for the Wolves

6. Not investing in a strong big target man i.e WOODS!!!!

By the laws of probability you're next big decision must be a good one !!

My mistake

1. Buying a season ticket

Wednesbury wolves

It would help woss if you wrote a sentence properly !!!!!!! Instead of having a go at us wolves fans, I've had a season ticket since 1972 woss, and if I want to boo, I WILL!!!!!! If the dross we have had to watch over the past 2 years, were on £500 a week, I probably wouldn't boo, but when these pros are on £20000 a week and more, no one will stop me from having a go at them. I'm hoping you will be by my side on Saturday at pride park, and then next Tuesday at oakwell, but I guess I won't hold my breath!!!!!

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