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13 Jul 2019 13:59:00
People on here get confused with people stating a fact and being negative . seen a post on here and totally agree. what top players are going to want to live in Wolverhampton.?

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13 Jul 2019 16:05:00
Ermm! Patricio? Otto? Neves? Dendonker? Jota? Jiminez? and. Mouthino?

13 Jul 2019 16:12:21
Mourtinho, Neves, Jota, Dendonka, Patricio, Saiss, Traore, Jonny otto, Jimenez, Boly. Do I need to go on with who wants to play for Wolves . Not every player joining us will live in Wolverhampton.
Same Question could be said of "WHO WANTS TO LIVE IN BIRMINGHAM".

13 Jul 2019 16:37:40
Thank you Coven. I wasn't being negative but ask yourself if you were a top player who could go pretty much anywhere in Europe would you choose Wolverhampton? Birmingham is a trendy, vibrant city with top restaurants etc which appeals to young players. Which is why if Villa manage to 'do a Wolves' they will find it much easier to attract world class players. I take my hat off to Wolves for managing to get the players they have but MOST of those were NOT household names when we signed them.

13 Jul 2019 22:00:13
The answer is clearly Albrighton.

13 Jul 2019 22:00:19
As with most cities/ towns There are bad areas. liverpool (toxteth, bootle), Manchester (moss side), Birmingham (Small Heath, Aston), London (most of it lol) . Players for teams in these Cities won't be living in a 2 bed terrace or 1 bed flat above the local chippy in these areas. In Wolverhampton we also have a few less desirable areas, and that is with absolutely no disrespect intended. But I don't see any potential new signing being thrown in some rough back street and told to get on with it. Wolverhampton and surrounding areas has a lot to offer and some lovely places. Most people outside of Wolverhampton take the p**s out of us, let's not do it to ourselves. One love, one pack. Together we are stronger.

13 Jul 2019 23:59:47
TBF Birmingham isn't that far from Wolves only 16 miles so players would join Wolves and live in Birmingham if they wanted too.
Coven you have always been a moaner even more so under your old alias Wednesfield Wolf you just can't help yourself.
Fosun know what they are doing and I think we're in for some surprises next week as China will be Fosuns selling point for Wolves so what better way to sell the mission to China than by revealling 2 or 3 big signings?

14 Jul 2019 07:36:00
TToad.
Birmingham trendy?
You're having a laugh mate.
It may be cool and trendy to a local spotty nuthead with no qualifications and a greasy Grealish hair cut, but to a young footballer it has no more to offer than Wolverhampton.
I honestly do not think that young professional footballers make their decision (if they make it themselves and it is not their advisors that make it for them) based on what nightlife they have to offer!

Keep the faith Wolves Pack - we had the same discussions cropping up last pre-season, and that didn't end too badly did it?!?

14 Jul 2019 12:24:24
Just being realistic Exeter. Compared to Wolverhampton, Birmingham is VERY trendy and these young athletes need an outlet. We have signed some top young players with very mature heads on their shoulders (Neves) who aren't interested in a nightclub lifestyle which is great but there will be a limit to the amount of players who will go for that. They will at least want a decent meal! and, as much as it grieves me to say it, as a lifelong Wulfrunian who loves the City, there is not much to offer here is there?, which is why we will never be able to compete consistantly with the top European, big city clubs. It's very sad but it's a FACT. Leicester proved that. Let's just enjoy the good times and see how far we can go!





 

 

 
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