Date:Thursday February 28 2013
Wolverhampton Wanderers chairman Steve Morgan declared at last nights fans parliament that if you want him out, he'll go.
Chairman Morgan and Chief Executive Jez Moxey have been subjected to criticism over the past year following the sacking of Mick McCarthy, the handling of the search for a new manager, the appointment of TC, relegation from the Premier League, the appointment of Stale Solbakken and the slide into the relegation zone of the Championship.
On Friday the feeling of anguish amongst supporters could reach an all-time high with a planned pre-match and post-match protest in front of the Sky Sports cameras for Friday nights game against Watford.
"I would ask what they would like to achieve (from the protest). Do they think we don`t know what is going on? That we know how people feel?' he was quoted by the Birmingham Mail.
And in an almost be careful what you wish for comment, Morgan added: 'If they want to drive me out of the club I will go. I am not here for any other reason than to try and make the club successful. I am pouring money in and we are losing £6.5 million this year and you don`t want to see the budget for next year. We have players on big salaries and are going to lose an absolute fortune.
"It (the job) is a real pleasure for me but if we get to the point where I am not wanted then I will go. But if that day comes it won`t be for the wont of trying or effort. I am fully committed to this football club and I want exactly the same as you want."
Morgan was also quick to praise the job of Jez Moxey, who has taken a 50% pay-cut since relegation from the Premier League.
Morgan added: "Fans genuinely applaud effort and if they knew the effort Jez puts in they would be applauding Jez and not giving him stick."
Vital Wolves Comments: Some interesting figures came out of the meeting:
* £72,866,000 spent on player transfer fees over past five years.
* £35,958,000 net spend.
* Wolves one of the top ten spending clubs in England over the past five years.
* Turnover this season set to halve from £60million last year following relegation from the Premier League.
* Wolves set for a £6.5million loss this year.
* Development of stand - £18 million
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Date:Thursday February 28 2013
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