Date:Tuesday April 3 2012
Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey has remained defiant, standing aboard the good-ship Molineux just waiting for it to sink into the Championship.
"We don`t want to be giving post mortems out yet, We`re confident that regardless of what happens this season, this club will prosper.' Moxey told the Express & Star.
He might not feel it's time for a post mortem, but with many feeling that season is already dead and buried it's hardly surprising that some of us have already started to pick over the bones of a season that has seen us lose our Premier League status (of course a miracle could still happen......)
While I have always been a supporter of building the right infrastructure around Wolves, so that if we do drop from the top flight we do not fall into financial meltdown like other clubs, I am surprised by Jez's almost blasé approach to our impending doom.
He continued: "We have the foundations in place for success and the huge disappointment of this season will not create a situation where we are knocked off course from the medium to long-term objectives of the club.
"Those objectives are to establish this club in the Premier League by continuing to invest money in new players by being a club that develops its own players through the academy to the first team.
"We also want to provide supporters with better facilities in a stadium with stands close to the pitch that gives us a competitive edge, while ensuring we comply with UEFA financial fair play rules and run the club on a sound footing. This is a long-term project and we will not be thwarted from our aims.
Vital Wolves Comment: No matter whether Moxey remains confident about his aims and objectives, he will still be questioned on two main points from this season.
Was it really right to sack McCarthy without a real replacement in place?
Did the club really get the balance right between the off the field and the on the field objectives?
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Date:Tuesday April 3 2012
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