Date:Wednesday April 26 2006
Wolves CEO Jez Moxey has given his clearest indication yet that manager Glenn Hoddle's position is not under threat.
Never one to confuse his words, and always careful to be accurate and concise, Jez was speaking regarding the situation with Wanderers many out of contract players.
Wolves currently have nine pro's with deals about to expire, and the subject of their futures is tabled for discussion at the next board meeting on May 2nd.
'The board meeting will help us plan strategically and financially for next season,' said Moxey.
'That will include football matters and who may be offered new contracts.' finally adding
'But that decision will ultimately be made by the manager, Glenn Hoddle.'
With open rebellion on the terraces the news wil come as a bitter pill for those unhappy and blaming the manager for poor results this season.
But will come as a welcome boost for those calling for continuity ,and at least one more shot at promotion with Glenn Hoddle in charge.
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