Date:Wednesday October 9 2013
Wolverhampton Wanderers demise from the top divisions of English football didn't have any positives.
Back-to-back relegations from the Premier League and the Championship has left us in the third tier of English football.
There aren't a whole lot of positives to grab onto following the dismal last couple of seasons.
One benefit is hopefully seeing our side win more often than not on route to hopeful promotion from League One, the other was potentially lifting some silverware at Wembley because let's be honest it's unlikely to happen in either the Capital One Cup or the FA Cup.
The Johnstone's Paint Trophy however would have given us the chance of not only a Wembley final, but a chance of lifting a Cup.
Obviously in the grand scheme of things it's not important and we can of course concentrate on the bread and butter of the league, but the two aren't exclusive of one another, just look at Southampton, they managed to win this competition, secure back-to-back promotions to the Premier League and now sit in the Champions League places in the Premier League.
That could have been us, or at least we could have tried to emulate it, but instead we were out worked and out played by Notts County who thoroughly deserved their penalty shoot-out victory.
If it hadn't have been for Carl Ikeme they would have strolled to victory during the 90 minutes.
"We didn`t do enough to affect the game and create the chances we needed in a strong period when we had got going and got the crowd behind us - we didn`t show the cutting edge needed to win the game." Jackett told Wolves Official Website.
He added: "I was disappointed with our penalties, We put two over the bar and while nobody means to miss you do need to be working the goalkeeper and Bjorn and Kevin Foley are normally very assured strikers of the ball.
"From the last penalty the keeper made a very good save.
"From the last penalty shootout where we had four excellent ones we have missed three out of four there.
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Date:Wednesday October 9 2013
McAlinden recalled from loan spell (Sunday December 8 2013)
Morgan building a lasting legacy at Wolves (Saturday December 7 2013)
Cost of relegation priced at £33.1million (Friday December 6 2013)
Henry to make Wolves return against MK (Thursday December 5 2013)
O'Hara move to Blackpool halted over money (Wednesday December 4 2013)
Batth talks ongoing (Tuesday December 3 2013)
Jackett left to rue missed chances (Monday December 2 2013)
Stats: Peterborough v Wolves (Saturday November 30 2013)
Blackpool ponder January move for O'Hara (Friday November 29 2013)
Goals will come for Sako (Thursday November 28 2013)
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