Peterborough chairman was asked for his view on Wolverhampton Wanderers' takeover.
Peterborough United Chairman Darragh MacAnthony
Peterborough United chairman Darragh MacAnthony has given his view on Wolves' takeover, expressing he is not too sure about the appointment of Walter Zenga.
The sometimes outspoken and candid MacAnthony was taking part in a Q & A with supporters on Monday night, when he was quizzed by a Wolves fan over developments at the club.
Wolves were taken over by the Fosun International group based in China in late July, and it has been a busy time at the club ever since.
Kenny Jackett was replaced as manager by Walter Zenga, and four new players have been signed, with more likely to follow.
Good for Wolves long term hopefully but not sure on management appointment. Good luck buddy https://t.co/a1i75ZVLmu— Darragh MacAnthony (@DMAC102) August 8, 2016
MacAnthony believes Fosun's buyout is positive for Wolves but is clearly not expecting overnight results.
In this very competitive Championship season, realistically Wolves fans should not expect instant success either, while Zenga is a relative novice in English football.
Yet after losing star player Benik Afobe last season, Wolves are simply happy to be in a position of financial strength, and getting back on track appears closer than it was a month ago.
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