Wolverhampton Wanderers fans plan protest

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Wolverhampton Wanderers supporters are preparing to stage a pre-match protest ahead of the club's Championship clash with Watford on Friday, according to reports.

A number of Wolverhampton Wanderers supporters will reportedly stage a pre-match protest ahead of the club's Championship clash with Watford on Friday.

It is reported that the Wolves Supporters Alliance will lead the march outside the stadium as they air their displeasure at a number of issues with the club's management.

However, Wolves spokesman Matt Grayson has revealed that disgruntled fans will be given the chance to address club chairman Steve Morgan in a meeting on Wednesday.

"We're constantly talking with fans and we share their huge disappointment at results on the pitch," Grayson told the Express & Star.

"They have delivered great backing to the team throughout all the games and we'd ask our supporters to continue with that at a time when it's needed more than ever.

"We'll be repeating this request at Wednesday's Fans Parliament meeting, where we'll be answering all supporters' questions."

Wolves, who have not won in 2013, currently sit 22nd in the Championship table.

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