Aliadiere laments Hoddle exit
By Mark Buckingham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Jeremie Aliadiere feels Glenn Hoddle leaving Wolves will be bad for the club.
Jeremie Aliadiere feels Glenn Hoddle's resignation as Wolves manager could signal the departure of several players from Molineux.
Hoddle stunned the Championship club on Saturday by quitting his role after claiming there was a difference in expectations.
Wolves are hoping to talk the former England boss round and Aliadiere has expressed his surprise at Hoddle's decision.
The Arsenal striker spent the second half of last season on loan in the Black Country and scored two goals in 14 appearances.
He enjoyed his time with Wolves and is disappointed that Hoddle has opted to quit, as he feels he was one of the few managers keen to play football in the division.
Aliadiere, who is trying to revive his Arsenal career, admits Hoddle's exit could prompt some Wolves players to consider their futures at the club.
"He gave them everything," Aliadiere told Sky Sports News. "You know, The Championship is not really good quality football, it's more like a big fight in every game in The Championship.
"Wolves was probably one of the only teams to try to play football and that's why I don't know if it's a good thing if Glenn Hoddle leaves.
"I don't know what they will play now. Probably plenty of players are going to leave.
"When Glenn Hoddle was manager you think 'yes, it's good to have him as manager'. Now, as he is leaving, some players are going to think 'I might not want to stay now'."