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Wolves fans send messages to Fosun after Arsenal game is postponed

Wolves are now finished for 2021, after the Premier League game with Arsenal was postponed.

The club have no more fixtures this calendar year, after the Boxing Day clash with Watford was also called off.

According to a Wolves statement, ‘A combination of positive Covid-19 test results and injuries led to Wolves requesting for the fixture to be postponed’.

The teams had been due to square off on December 28 at the Emirates Stadium at 12.30pm.

It is the 15th top-flight postponement in December so far.

It is an underwhelming finish to the calendar year for Wolves.

Supporters had been hoping to see their side perhaps get back amongst the goals against a struggling Watford team.

And then see how they’d do against in-form Arsenal.

But that’s it now, with Wolves having scored just two league goals in the last eight matches.

It remains to be seen when the two matches are rescheduled for.

Wolves fans react as Arsenal fixture is postponed

On social media, some supporters have been expressing their frustrations following news of the game with Arsenal being postponed.

It was Wolves who made the request to the Premier League for the match to be called off.

Several Wanderers fans believe such action may not have been needed if the squad was bigger.

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Bruno Lage has been been working with a small pool of players since his arrival at Molineux.

Quite a few people reckon Fosun should have facilitated more summer transfers for the new manager.

In the end, only Yerson Mosquera, Francisco Trincao, Jose Sa and Hwang Hee-chan came in as new arrivals, with Rayan Ait-Nouri sealing a permanent move.

Here’s what some people have said: