Date:Sunday April 23 2006
Wolves average home gate this season was 23,624 , once again, a reduction on the previous campaign
However, it still keeps them in the top five averages within the Coca-Cola Championship.
1.Norwich City 24,992
2.Sheffield Wednesday 24,853
3. Ipswich Town 24,253
4.Derby County 23,883
5.Wolverhampton Wanderers 23,624
It remains to be seen wether fans will turn up in such numbers next season after another failure to gain promotion.
And a further drop in those paying at the turnstiles could spell commercial danger for the club as they attempt to claw there way out of their graveyard of dreams.
If any further incentive was needed for the board to ensure next season is succesful, surely that sobering fact should be it.
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Wolves miss out on Wood AGAIN (Monday September 15 2014)
Wolves get another point in the bucket (Sunday September 14 2014)
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