Date:Wednesday April 26 2006
Wolves CEO Jez Moxey has made light of talk regarding bad blood between himself and manager Glenn Hoddle after scathing remarks in his recent programme notes.
In them, Moxey referred to this seasons performance as a 'complete disaster', causing Glenn Hoddle to respond in kind through the media, stating that Jez was obviously talking “with his money head on.”
Now, as the clock runs down to the much awaited next Wolverhampton Wanderers Board meeting, the Wolves CEO appears to be increasing his support for the under fire ex England manager daily, saying :
'The spicy programme notes were just an attempt to boost sales.'
Fuelling rumours that there are no immediate plans for a change in the Molineux hierarchy.
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