Mr Morgan, who is owner of Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club, returned to Redrow as executive chairman in a boardroom coup in 2009 and has been successful in reviving its fortunes since then.
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WWFC stands for Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club
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Steve, who also owns Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club, added: With the Euro crisis and with all that''s happening in the financial world, we may think we have problems.
Every week we are forced to turn away potential purchasers simply because they do not have a deposit of 25% or more - people with excellent jobs who under normal circumstances would easily qualify for a mortgage," said Mr Morgan, who also owns Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club.
Wolves fate grew grimmer by the hour and on July 2, 1986, the official receiver was called in and news bulletins flickered all over the world stating that the famous Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club was about to fold.
In 2001, he established the Morgan Foundation which is a charitable body that encourages entrepreneurs and helps needy sections of society across Merseyside, North Wales, Cheshire and north Shropshire, which reflects his role as the owner of Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club.
The Wolverhampton Wanderers football club owner, who started Redrow in 1974, was appointed executive chairman after raising his share in the firm to 29.
Mr Morgan, 56, is chairman of the Bridgemere Group of Companies, chairman of Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club, and the new chairman of Flintshire-based construction company Redrow, the company he founded, sold and recently returned to as a major shareholder.
I am loving it back here but it is not about me, it is about Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club," he insisted.