Last night’s exceptionally heavy rain - combined with more rain forecast ahead of Monday - means the pitch is unlikely to have recovered sufficiently for Monday’s session to be definitely able to proceed either in its own right or without creating serious problems for the home game versus Stevenage on the 2nd November 2013 (Kick-off: 3:00pm).
Wolves have, therefore, made the decision well in advance to give parents and families as much opportunity as possible to make alternative arrangements.
Wolves would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused and will endeavour to re-schedule another open training session at the earliest opportunity.
The good news is that the first team squad will be out and about in the local community on Monday 28th October, including visits to the Dudley Street Store and Cineworld at Bentley Bridge. Click HERE
for a full schedule of the visits.
There is still an opportunity for supporters to watch some training next week as the public will be allowed into the Sir Jack Hayward Training Ground to see the first train on Tuesday and Thursday of next week, 29th and 31st October 2013. However, there is only a limited capacity which will be filled on a first come, first served basis so Wolves would encourage supporters to wait for the next Molineux open training session.
Matt Grayson, Head of Marketing & Communications, Wolves, said, “We’re sorry we’ve had to make the unavoidable decision to postpone the open training session, however, the good news for our young fans is that the majority of the first team squad will be out and about in the local community, with visits lined-up to Cineworld at Bentley Bridge, various Wolves Community Trust half-term soccer schools and the Club’s Dudley Street store (between 1:30pm and 2:30pm, Monday) – to name but two venues. Fans should check out wolves.co.uk for more details.”