Ince's Rallying Call
Paul Ince has issued a rallying call to fans despondent after Saturday's one nil loss to leicester City.
Many fans were not only disapointed with the result, but also the manner of the defeat.
Particularly in the second half, Wolves were quite simply, out fought.
And The Guv'nor is very aware of how badly the fans have taken the teams weekend performance.
Talking to the club's official site he said
'Sometimes you have to out-battle sides and we didn't do that. In the first-half we had four or five good chances but didn't put the ball in the back of the net and I can only apologise to the fans because it wasn't a good performance.'
He is also hurt by the suggestion that there are those in the team that don't care. Adding
'I can understand the fans' frustrations and we appreciate they're not going to be happy when we're not playing well. But we are trying out there, it's not like we're not, but we're just shooting ourselves in the foot when it comes to taking chances and conceding goals.'
The players may be leaving themselves a mountain to climbmto acieve promotion this season, But at least the range it sits in is still in sight.
And as long as they can see it, the players will keep trying to reach it, as Incey explains :
'The gap is still only eight points and we've got Crewe at home on Saturday so it's important the fans stick with us. Eight points may seem a lot but in this league you can win three or four games and you're up there.'
'I'm going to keep believing and I'm sure the rest of the lads will as well. ' he added.
Evidently the players are hurting as much as the fans, but there is only one thing that wil appease those who are doubting.
3 points and a convincing display against Crewe at Moliniex Stadium February 11th.
Anything less will see Wolves season unravel, to a very unsatisfactory end