Vital Wolves: 91% say Wolves will go down
A Vital Wolves poll has shown that 91% of users who have cast their vote believe that Wolves will go down at the end of the upcoming Premier League season.
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The Poll which was opened last month during the Vital Wolves re-launch, shows a result of 91% of users do not see Wolves surviving in the Premier League.
Once the season starts, we will repeat the poll at various points to show the hopefully changing view throughout the season!
Our next poll asks, how you feel about the signing of Kevin Doyle at a record breaking £6.5 million.
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