|Are Wolves a good 10-1 bet? 08:55 - Sep 25 with 290 views||A_Saint_in_Stoke|
Considering their league position at present - Are they a good 10/1 bet for relegation considering this?
Wolves' owners are facing losses of more than £1billion following the collapse of Thomas Cook and are seeking fresh investment.
Not £1 million but a massive £1 BILLION? NOW SEEKING FRESH INVESTMENT!
Chinese conglomerate Fosun International was the biggest single shareholder, owning 18 percent of the travel operator that went bust on Monday!
|Are Wolves a good 10-1 bet? on 09:11 - Sep 25 with 268 views||kingslandstand1|
I'd put a tenner of your money on it ……………..
I heard that Billion pound figure but it's the same players as last season and same decent manager who will turn things around. Long term with that hit may make a difference but the club have come out and said it won't make a difference
|Are Wolves a good 10-1 bet? on 09:34 - Sep 25 with 254 views||TheMoog|
If that loss is spread around the whole group then it probably won't be noticed much at Molineux. Maybe they won't sign all the players they wanted in January but I doubt the impact will be severe enough for relegation. They'll turn it around with Villa, Watford and Norwich my predictions for the drop.