We are extremely disappointed and sorry says Moxey
Wolverhampton Wanderers Chief Executive Jez Moxey has personally written to season ticket holders.
The cynical ones of you out there will say that the timing, which just so happens to coincide with the launch of the clubs early bird scheme for season ticket sales for 2013/14 is a little bit convenient.
Others will say that at least he's not shirking away from his responsibilities despite the club clearly being up against it and staring down the barrel at the possibility of back-to-back relegations.
'Your patience and loyalty was tested when we were relegated last season and we have given you little to shout about this season either.
Performances have been nowhere near good enough, yet your support for the team has been fantastic. For all of this, we thank you.' Moxey writes.
The CEO and owner Steve Morgan have come in for fierce criticism over the past year. The decision to sack Mick McCarthy was not universally agreed with, the way in which the club then took on the hunt for a new manager was widely criticised.
Then followed relegation from the Premier League and the gamble on an unproven manager in English football with the appointment of Stale Solbakken.
But to Moxey's credit, he recognises the fact that mistakes have been made and he doesn't try to deflect the blame elsewhere.
He continued: 'Every decision we take at Molineux is made with the very best interests of Wolves at heart. We know it may not always appear that way but be assured that is the case. Let`s face it we all want to prosper in the Premier League, not to be fighting for survival in the Championship.
'We are, therefore, extremely disappointed and sorry that some of the decisions taken have not worked out in the way we all wanted.
For the full letter visit the Birmingham Mail.
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