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Are Wolves a good 10-1 bet? 08:55 - Sep 25 with 290 viewsA_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!

Poll: As a Saint's supporter I Feel Southampton F.C. Public Relations Department is -


Are Wolves a good 10-1 bet? on 09:11 - Sep 25 with 268 viewskingslandstand1

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 viewsTheMoog

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.

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