Why did Wolves fall in to the abyss?
Wolves opinion: The sacking of Mick McCarthy ended a six-year period of stability
The abysmal structure in place at the Molineux has seen Wolverhampton Wanders experience the horrific shattering of the club’s dreams with two consecutive relegations.
The extremity of this shows just how callous and unrelenting the world of football can be to the incompetent squads unaware of the high level of competition they face.
The stability the club enjoyed under Mick McCarthy's six years in charge seems like a long time ago even for the loyalist of the sides fans. The current state of affairs is a telling sign that the team has a long testing road ahead if they are to once again affirm their name as a promotional favourite.
The appointment of Stale Solbakken would have negative implications on Wolves, signs that where apparent to sections of the fans upon hearing the hiring.
If there is any hope of saving the ethereal morale condition of the players and more importantly the status of the club, a strong campaign, in which promotion is achieved, is the minimal expectations the squad will face from loyal wanting fan base.
The impending summer will see an exodus of the remaining high earners at the club and this could potential began with the departure of former Tottenham Hotspurs midfielder Jamie O'Hara who arguably has failed to live up to the £3.3 million price the club paid for him.
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