Henry apologises to fans
Mick McCarthy has already drawn a line in the sand regarding Karl Henry's dismissal against Aston Villa, but Henry has made a public apology to the fans.
Henry will serve a three-game ban for kicking out at Marc Albrighton on Saturday.
As well as the suspension, the sending off cost Wolves any chance of getting anything out of the game against Villa and predictably, Aston Villa went on to take the three points with a goal while Wolves were struggling with ten men.
Henry has admitted that it was a bad error in judgement and has since apologised to Mick McCarthy and his Wolves team-mates and now has apologised publicly to the fans.
'It was frustrating as I was trying to get to the ball and he was holding onto my leg, I was trying to get to the ball and I just kicked out in frustration to try and get away.
'I hold my hands up - it was a bad error of judgement and a terrible reaction which you just can't do.' Henry told Wolves Official Website.
He concluded: 'I have apologised to the manager and the rest of the lads and would like to apologise to the fans as well because it was really poor.'
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