Date:Thursday June 22 2006
Glenn Hoddle has spoken to the clubs official site regarding the release of next seasons fixture list.
And as far as he's concerned, a trip to the coast on Day One has its own silver lining.
'It will be good to get started, and in many ways I don't mind playing away first because that gives us two home games in quick succession to look forward to,' said Hoddle, adding
'Obviously it is important that we don't lose that first game, we need to get a good result and then capitalise with the home games that follow.'
Most will remember last seasons appalling display at Home Park that effectively killed off all hopes of a Wolves end of season revival, even if they don't want to.
And Hoddle knows August 5th offers an excellent opportunity to put the record straight, and prepare for the visits of two promotion rivals in the following 7 days.
'We played poorly there last season and so it'll be good to get a chance to put things right so early on, and then we can look forward to the visit of two good footballing sides in the shape of Preston and Ipswich at Molineux.'
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