Friday August 31, 2018
WOLVERHAMPTON are offering cut-price admission to members of the emergency services at their final home league meeting with King's Lynn on Monday.

And club bosses have revealed how the move was inspired by a medical emergency in the crowd at their meeting with Belle Vue on Bank Holiday Monday.

"The amazing reactions of the fire service and medical staff underlined how we often take them for granted," said Parrys International Wolves owner Chris Van Straaten.

"We had an emergency in the crowd with a member of the general public and this was dealt with very quickly thanks to the wonderful work of the emergency services.

"We believe by offering admission for just £10 on Monday this is our bit of goodwill to say thank you for the work they do. We hope many of them take up the offer and come and enjoy a good night out."

King's Lynn arrive at Monmore as the form team of the Premiership, leading the table after a stunning run of one defeat in 11 outings and a haul of 27 league points.

"They are the team of the moment," said Van Straaten. "Our challenge is to try and halt the King's Lynn juggernaut."

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