A group of fans protested outside Molineux after the 2-0 loss to Blackburn, calling for the 'Scouse Mafia' to resign as Terry Connor's outfit face the prospect of relegation
All is not well at Molineux as a minority of fans have turned their anger on chairman Steve Morgan and his Wolves comrades following another dismal display in the Premier League.
The confrontation occurred after the 2-0 home loss to fellow strugglers Blackburn, where a portion of supporters hurled a barrage of abuse at the 'Scouse Mafia'.
The turmoil at the West Midlands club stemmed from the 11-day delay in naming Mick McCarthy's successor – the club eventually turning to assistant Terry Connor after Steve Bruce reportedly changed his mind.
The 'Scouse Mafia' in question is not actually Danielle Lloyd, though she does hail from that particular neck of England, but in fact Liverpool-born Steve Morgan.
The Wolves chairman confronted fans, though whether that was before or after irate protesters had a go at Jamie O'Hara, it is unclear.
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O'Hara tweeted: “I'm as gutted as any fan 4 today but can't be aving people wanting to fight me when I have my son in my arms, disgrace,I'm giving everything”
His partner, Lloyd, took a more aggressive stance to the confrontation, tweeting the following:
“Fuming! How dare protesters start on jamie when he is carrying our son! Am disgusted should be ashamed! F****** disgrace #getbehindthelads”
“I don't expect to get into a fight with fans outside the ground its a disgrace am so upset I've been through enough the last few weeks”
In response to what was clearly an isolated incident a club message board tweeted an apology to the couple.
“Apologies to @mrjamieohara and @missdlloyd for the way you were treated. As you know it is a tiny minority and most fans are good.”
You have to wonder what is round the corner if Wolves do wind up getting relegated. Let's hope it is restricted to the odd protest rather than directly threatening players and their families.