In order to arrest the turmoil from the fans, the manager of Wolverhampton Wanderers, Dean Saunders has said that he elected not to spend any money during the January transfer window despite having the cash.

Wolves were expected to challenge for a promotion spot in the Championship this season, but they are just two places above the relegation zone after a bad run of form. The poor run of form led to the sacking of the manager Stale Solbakken. The club appointed Saunders as his replacement, but results are yet to improve.



The Championship club Wolverhampton Wanderers have decided to appoint Dean Saunders to replace the former manager Stale Solbakken, who was sacked during the weekend after the FA Cup exit at the hands of Luton town. The results have been extremely poor since the 34-year-old Norwegian arrived at the club.



The Wolves manager Stale Solbakken has heavily criticised by defending of the team in the recent match against Nottingham forest. Wolves were defeated in the match 2-1, which lifted them without a win in the last eight matches.

This poor run of form has seen them slowly slip down the table. Getting promotion into the Premier league was one of the main objectives of the team after they were relegated in the summer, but avoiding relegation is the main priority right now. The defending of the team was at its worst in the 2-1 defeat against Nottingham Forest.



Crystal Palace has defeated the Wolverhampton Wanderers in a Championship match played at the Molineux Stadium on Tuesday. Crystal won the match by a close margin of 2-1. This was the third defeat for the Wolves in the ongoing Npower Championship.

After losing this match, the Wolves have now moved down to no. 3 in the points table. They have won five out of the nine matches that they have played in the tournament so far. They have been defeated in three matches, while, two of their matches have finished without any result. They currently have 16 points.



The Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Stale Solbakken has said that it is now the time for the club to spend the cash in order to get promoted back to the Premier league. Wolverhampton Wanderers recently sold the star players Steven Fletcher and Matt Jarvis for combined fee that could potentially be up to £ 24 million.



Wolves midfielder Karl Henry has said that the players are still adjusting to watch the new tactics of the manager Stale Solbakken.

The Swedish manager took over from Terry Connor as the permanent manager of the club in the summer. He has already made some changes to the squad in order to reduce the wage bill of the club, and hopefull bring in some quality players such as Theo Walcott.


Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Karl Henry has said that the club should be looking at keeping the top players, despite the relegation from the Premier league. The club were relegated from the Premier league after finishing bottom of the table last season.


Relegated Premier league club Wolverhampton Wanderers have said that it would take an exceptional amount of money for them to be persuaded into selling star players Matt Jarvis and Steven Fletcher. Wolves were relegated from the Premier league this season.


Wolves interim manager Terry Connor has said that he is not concerned about his future and is more worried about the club's future.

Wolves were recently relegated from the Premier league after the 2-0 loss against Manchester City. Terry Connor was placed in charge of the team after the sacking of manager Mick McCarthy, but he has been unable to stop the club from returning to the Championship after a three-year stay in the top flight.

It is expected that a number of changes will be made at the club in the summer in order to comply with the less revenue from the Championship.


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