Date:Monday May 7 2012
When a game finishes 0-0, there is always something to still talk about, it's the beauty of football.
A contentious decision, or missed chance would usually take the focus and for Everton that may well be the case, but for Wolves it's what happened off the pitch that will be highlighted.
During the season a point against Everton would be seen as a good result, but at this stage of the year with the result irreverent, what happened on the pitch was just a side show.
The Independent are just one of numerous national newspapers to pick out some of the crowd chants during the game at Molineux yesterday.
The usual banter was in place of course, in a depressing season, it's hardly surprising to hear chants of 'Let's pretend we've scored a goal', a couple of times followed by 'Two-nil to the mighty Wolves', if you couldn't laugh, you simply wouldn't have been there yesterday, preferring to choose shopping with the misses instead.
Terry Connor might have preferred to do that as well when cries of 'Connor for Albion' went up around the ground, hopefully though he will realise it was sarcasm rather than malice.
The malice was reserved for two people in particular and neither of them were wearing Wolves kit or training tops.
Wolves owner Steve Morgan and chief executive Jez Moxey will know full well what the supporters meant when the chant of 'F*** the team and we'll build a stand' went up around Molineux, yet another dig at the perceived imbalance of investment at Wolves this season.
Building a good infrastructure and keeping the finances in shape will be great preparation for life back in the Championship and if we were just solely a business the model perhaps would be correct, but perhaps a bit more spending could have kept us in the Premier League?
Yes in 'business' it would be seen as a gamble and we will never really know the answer, but it certainly would have given us a better chance.
We are supposedly a football club first and a business second.
Date:Monday May 7 2012
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