Listening to Wolves’ soul destroying surrender on the radio probably begged more questions than Bradley Walsh on my favourite quiz show.
The Chase for Championship survival is now well and truly on as our pathetic failures of past regimes – mingled with some of the most gutless foreign imports known to man – lurch to yet another disaster, this time away at Cardiff.
Which begs the questions:
Which team is worse?
a) Wolves 2012/13 b) Wolves 2016/17 c) New Mills AFC 2015/16
Which team surrenders possession the most prolifically?
a) Wolves 2016/17 b) Sunderland 2005/06 c) The Blind School
Which of the following are the slowest midfield pairing in Wolves’ history?
a) Darren Ferguson and Mark Rankine b) David Edwards and George Saville c) Conor Coady and George Saville
Who is the worst signing in the history of Wolverhampton Wanderers?
a) Robert Taylor b) Ivan Cavaleiro c) Tomasz Frankowski
Which Wolves striker is the most impotent?
a) Robert Taylor b) Jon Dadi Bodvarrson c) Tomasz Frankowski
Who would Wolves like to play least in a one-off cup fixture if their lives depended on it?
a) Stoke City b) Stourbridge Town c) Wolves under-23s
Other questions for another day would be along the lines of: Why does Tim Spiers and company idly describe our squad as being ‘well resourced with individual quality’ when it is patently clear that it is well resourced only in ‘hopeless, substandard losers who are barely adequate for League One.’
Another headscratcher was Craig Noone’s omission from Cardiff City’s line-up when he is clearly better than any winger I have seen at Molineux in the past 11 months. Ergo, Cardiff win at a canter when he came onto the pitch.
Meanwhile, is there a single fan whose heart doesn’t sink when Helder Costa is substituted?
Questions about Fosun’s commitment to a League One club really don’t bear thinking about just yet, but unless Lambert can act quickly in January, then I’ll expect to be asking them soon.