Many Wolves fans have been left raging as an update emerged on the Graham Hughes Stand.
As shared by Tim Spiers, the temporary stand, which can hold around 800 seats, is currently being rebuilt at the moment because of ‘severe’ issues with its structure.
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It has not been used so far this season, and will now be out of action for ‘a number of games’.
The timing of the news has certainly not gone down well with several members of the Molineux faithful, given that the summer transfer window has just shut.
Many supporters of the Midlands club were left fuming that Morgan Gibbs-White was allowed to go without bringing in a suitable replacement, while others were unhappy that more players were not brought in before the deadline, notably Renato Sanches.
Thus, the news that money now has to be used to rebuild the stand has made matters worse.
Wolves fans on Spiers’ update
These WWFC fans fumed as the update was shared on Twitter:
“What’s going on at the club?!”
“It’s not like they had 18 months to sort it. One mistake after another”
“Bunch of amateurs. Can’t even sort a small stand out, never mind run a professional transfer policy. Get out of the club and let Fosun bring in some professionals”
“More negative news.. have you got anything positive to report?”
“You have to ask how this was allowed to happen. The person in charge would have some very different questions to answer if he reported to me. Reeks of amateurism to me. PR disaster and enormous revenue losses to boot. Doesn’t look good …..”
“And the circus continues”
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