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£50m loan explained

Wolves recently hopped aboard the financial trend of borrowing money from a bank by using cash due in the future from the Premier League as security, writes Football Finance expert Dean Rudge.

A filing with Companies House from Wolves’ parent company, W.W. (1990) Limited, shows that the club, with subsidiary Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club (1986) Limited acting as official borrower, engineered the deal with lender Macquarie Bank.

Wolverhampton Wanderers Properties Limited, which manages and leases the Molineux Stadium and the Sir Jack Hayward Training Ground at Compton, was also included in the deal.

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A loan of £50million was agreed upon – less than half of what Wolves are due to receive from the Premier League this season, regardless of where they finish in the league.

All three Wolves parties are listed as chargors – companies that have assigned rights in a security to another company.

A drafted letter to the Premier League shows Wolves have assigned the London branch of Macquarie and Santander amounts due from the Premier League’s Central Funds from the period from September 2019 ‘up to and including September 2020’.

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Wolves reveal plan

Wolverhampton Wanderers will debut their new Mexico-inspired third kit in fixtures against Slovan Bratislava and Newcastle United this week.

Nuno Espirito Santo’s side travel to Slovakia for the game against Slovan in the Europa League on Thursday before heading to St James’ Park on Sunday.

And the double-header will see Wolves’ new adidas kit adorned by the squad for the first time.

Wolves unveiled the kit at the beginning of September after weeks of speculation on social media.

More information on the green kit is available via Wolves’ official website here.

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Our verdict on Slovan farce

A 21,000 crowd will watch Wolverhampton Wanderers play in a ‘behind-closed-doors’ match against Slovan Bratislava on Thursday evening. 

The Europa League group stage clash was due to be played without supporters at Tehelné pole after a portion of the Slovakian club’s fans chanted racist abuse during their play-off match with PAOK in August.

Under UEFA rules 5,000 children from local football academies and schools are permitted to attend behind-closed-doors matches and around that figure watched Slovan defeat Besiktas 4-2 in their opening Group K game.

But for some reason, Slovan have been allowed to distribute 21,000 tickets to locals for Thursday’s game. Meanwhile, Wolves have only been given 200 tickets priced at £55 each.

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Impressive stat revealed

Wolverhampton Wanderers have been revealed as one of the Premier League’s late goal specialists.

Nuno Espirito Santo’s side have notched a series of last-gasp goals this season with Raul Jimenez versus Burnley, Diogo Jota’s leveller at Selhurst Park and Willy Boly’s winner in Istanbul all springing to mind.

But it’s nothing new with Wolves finishing games strongly throughout Nuno’s tenure as Molineux chief.

According to Sky Sports, only Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool (28) have scored more goals in the final 15 minutes of Premier League matches than Wolves (22) since the start of the 2018/19 season.

Mexican striker Jimenez has been the biggest contributor to that statistic with seven of the 22 strikes. Jimenez, who joined Wolves in a £32.6million transfer from Benfica, scored his ninth goal of the season with a penalty against Southampton last time out.

Seven of the 22 goals have been scored in stoppage time and all of Spanish winger Adama Traore’s three goals for Wolves have arrived after the 75th minute.





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