Wolverhampton Wanderers

Wolverhampton Wanderers’ poor form continued after a 2-1 loss against Preston North End

Wolverhampton Wanderers’ poor form continued after a 2-1 loss against Preston North End during the weekend.

Manager Kenny Jackett made some surprising changes to the team like bringing Jack Price back to the first-team reckoning. Bringing back the 23-year-old made that the club had to be without the services of Kevin MacDonald for this crucial match. However, Jackett said that there was nothing wrong in making this call since Price has been a player who has never let him down. This change meant that MacDonald has missed his first game after 24 consecutive appearances.

Wolverhampton Wanderers went on a run of four consecutive victories

Wolverhampton Wanderers went on a run of four consecutive victories that helped them dream about a place in the play-off places at the end of the campaign.

This time, however, came to an end after the 2-1 defeat against Birmingham City. This defeat could not have come at a much worse time for the club, as there are only a couple of matches left. Wolves will be aware at they cannot draw any more points in the quest for promotion. It does not get any easier for the club next week as they are up against Middlesbrough, who have been one of the best teams in the division.

Wolverhampton Wanderers fidling with Financial Issues

As a way to soften the financial consequences that clubs suffer once they are relegated from the Premier League, these clubs receive parachute payments and one of these clubs is Wolverhampton Wanderers which is currently performing in the English Championship League after having lost their spot in the Premier League back in 2012.

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