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Treasure chest will be spent at Wolves

Whoever the new manager will be at Wolves will know he has money to spend in a bid to get us back into the Premier League.

Wolves fans didn't need telling that there would be significant changes in the playing staff, that was a given, but over the past year one of the main criticisms has been a perceived lack of investment in the team by the members of the Molinuex boardroom.

Arguably, that now puts us in a better position in the Championship as money has been invested in the infrastructure of the club, meaning the club is a lot more financially stable than a lot of clubs who drop out of the Premier League.

"The one thing about Wolves is that we`re in great financial health and we will have a very good treasure chest when it comes to the playing side.

"There will be changes - some players will come, some players will go but that will be with one thing in mind and that`s to get back up." Morgan told Express & Star at the club`s end of season awards dinner at Telford International Centre.

He continued: "We are more committed than ever.

"I am a very poor loser and we have lost this year. We`ve had a bad time and we have to sort it out. We have to put a poor season behind us, get back to winning ways and get back to the Premier League."

Some will argue that it would have been easier to invest the money while we were in the Premier League as it is a lot easier to stay there than to win a place back. But the reality is, next season we will be in the Championship and the new manager will need significant backing if we are to bounceback at the first attempt.

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Writer: Akela Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday May 10 2012

Time: 1:00PM

Your Comments

this war chest? is it the same one we were promised in January? the money will come from selling Fletcher, Doyle and jarvis....who will then need to be replaced which in itself will not be easy. Maybe if we hadn't wasted so much on poor players ( I blame both MM and scouts for that) then we might not need to sell our assests because we wouldn't be in this position. The scout who spotted Jonnson should be sacked immediately.
Rustmonkey
I have to agree RM, Eggert Jonsson is the worst signing since Jens Dowe...we needed this warchest in Jan. We needed an "actual" left back, playmaker and a decent centre half, oh and probably more
gregory house
Wolves announce that the full 25 000 treasure chest will indeed be spent. Republic of Elbonia winger and part time goat wrangler Ezkebab is touted as a summer target. When asked what happenned to the other 35milliom and why he was so ******** fat, Jez Moxey replied mmfpmmmff gfffmmmfff ufffhhh and stuffed another pie in his trap
AdMant
admant you are a cretinous moron are you and rustmonkey twins? because you both talk the biggest load of clap trap - urchins springs to mind other than that somebody is pulling your strings because you aint got half a brain between you - second word is OFF! do we all a favour and stay away from the mol next season pleeeeeeeeeeeeese. *****ers.
johnwolf
yawn.
AdMant
You can meet me outside it if you want John and we'll see how ******** mouthy you are then.... #Gob*****e. So....MM and the scouts didn't waste 43 mil?? Eggert Jonnson....Bets midfielder you've ever seen? RJ...voted second worst signing in the prem...EVER Get your head out your arse JW and you may see that money was actually wasted. Other than a slack handful of players....Fletch, Kightly, Doyle (who is a good player but ruined by MM), the rest have been a waste....yes, they may huff and puff, they may put a SHIFT in (anyone notice TC use that saying at the weekend) but they are simply not good enough. If you can't see that then you must be completely blind or deluded. I'll be there regardless.......you can ***** off back to the Baggies where you come from. You sir are a disgrace to our name. You are a Baggie.
Rustmonkey
 

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