Date: 13th May 2013 at 6:45am
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After tumbling two divisions in as many seasons, Wolves are fancied to make a quick return to the Championship in 2013/14.

The early odds for the League One campaign see the Molineux men priced as low as 4/1.

While their current squad would clearly be seen as a cut above League One level, many people thought the same about Wolves at the same time last year. A number of managers are currently being linked with the job recently vacated by Dean Saunders (including Steve Davis of Crewe) and a host of players are thought to be targets for other clubs despite their poor season.

Coventry City are seen as 16/1 shots by the bookies, not surprisingly given the current uncertainty surrounding the club.

Bristol City and Peterborough, who both came down with Wolves, are seen as candidates for a quick return while Rotherham are the most fancied of the promoted sides, perhaps as the Millers are seen to have money to spend and an ambitious chairman and manager.

 

One Reply to “Wolves The Early League One Favourites”

  • On paper they should romp it but it might be a bit of a bloodbath at Molineux this summer in terms of management and players.

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