Many Wolves fans have been left to fume as Tim Spiers shared an update on fixture scheduling for the Molineux faithful in May.
As per a tweet from The Athletic journalist, the Black County Derby away at West Brom has been fixed for the Bank Holiday Monday on May 3rd at 6pm, being shown on Sky, while they will play Brighton and Hove Albion on the following Sunday at midday, live on the BBC.
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Supporters of the Midlands club are especially angry at the decision for the derby to be played on a Bank Holiday in the evening, when they may be busy with family and friends, and it is also being shown on Sky, which some supporters may not have access to.
Such a feisty encounter should surely be a Super Sunday fixture or perhaps prime time on Saturday evening, but both sets of supporters will have to bookmark a slot in their Bank Holiday calendars.
Wolves fans on fixture schedule
These WWFC supporters fumed upon reading the fixture schedule after it was shared on Twitter, with one fan even going as far as to claim that it was ‘horrific’:
“Horrific kick off time for a BCD.”
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