Date:Monday April 16 2012
Relegation at the end of the season for Wolves is all but inevitable.
As fans we've seen the writing on the wall for some time, I've accepted that we will be watching 46 Championship games next season rather than 38 Premier League games.
I've also accepted that we will be seeing a flood of players exiting Molineux and while disappointing, it's more frustration because it'll be all the wrong players leaving! All the quality and players with the right spirit will be the ones who catch the eye of someone else and will be worth the big transfer fees as Jez Moxey and Steve Morgan try and recoup the cash lost on relegation. We will be left with the players who this season have been classed as the deadwood, but next season they will have to prove themselves as Vital commodities.
But while we, the fans, can give up and wave the white flag, it's good to hear that Terry Connor has not yet given up the fight following his first positive result against Sunderland.
"It`s not over and we`ll continue to fight, so there`s no pressure off there.' Connor told the Sunday Mercury.
He continued: "We are still trying to win the games and perform well. There are 38 competitive games we want to play in the league.
"We want to get to Wigan still having some sort of chance that we can stay in the league, and if we can do that, we will take it."
Vital Wolves Comment: Amazing what a bit of confidence can do, if I wasn't such a realist, Connor's comments might have got me believing we could pull off a miracle.
Certainly a far cry from his comments before the weekend when he told the BBC: 'I'm a big boy. I know the score in football. I know what happens if Wolves are relegated. I went in with my eyes open.
'I'm sure I could swallow my pride and do something else.'
Now they were the words of someone begging for a job next season.
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Date:Monday April 16 2012
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