Wolves violence shame
Once again Wolves fans were caught up in post-match violence, this time aimed at Notts County supporter coaches following the Carling Cup win.
During pre season Wolves fans were caught up in violence for the trip to Belgian side Charleroi and lightening struck again on Tuesday night when Wolves 'supporters' attacked County supporter coaches.
Three coaches were attacked with bricks, smashing windows and damaging one coach so badly that a replacement had to be sent to take supporters home.
The coach company believes the cost will be more than £20,000 to fix the damage.
The Express & Star has also reported that the incident did not pass without injury either, with one 78-year-old woman being hospitalized with a gashed face, after the coach window was smashed by a breeze block.
Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey has quite rightly branded those involved as 'morons' and has stated those responsible would never be allowed inside Molineux ever again.
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