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Wolves record signing happy to be patient at the club
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Wolves record signing happy to be patient at the club

Wolverhampton Wanderers record signing Fabio Silva is happy about his move to the Premier League and believes his first year at the club will help him learn and see more things. The 18-year-old signed for the Nuno Espirito Santo-led side for a club-record fee of £35million from Portuguese giants Porto this summer but is yet to start in the top flight. However, he has made four appearances as a sub and scored his first two goals for the under-21s as they won against Doncaster in the Papa John's Trophy last week. The youngster has admitted that he's enjoying being eased into English football culture under Nuno Espirito Santo, stating that the Premier League is the most competitive football league in the world. “I think it’s very good for me, with my age, 18 years old, to play in ...
We’ll never give up – Nuno warns Newcastle ahead of PL clash
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We’ll never give up – Nuno warns Newcastle ahead of PL clash

Wolverhampton Wanderers boss Nuno Espirito Santo has warned Saturday's Premier League opponents Newcastle United to be ready for another late show although he would be keen to avoid it. Wolves have taken 5 points from Newcastle in their last 3 meetings and the goals that secured these points came very late in the game. Jonny snatched a point in the 1 all draw in October 2019, Willy Boly equalized at the final blast of the whistle at the Molineux last season whilst Matt Doherty scored a 90th-minute winner at the St James' Park in December 2018. This penchant for scoring late goals has become a norm under Nuno. His side has scored more goals after the 75th minute in games than any other team in the Premier League and he insists that his side has the character to fight to the death. ...
Wolves boss Espirito Santo favorite to replace Emery at Arsenal
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Wolves boss Espirito Santo favorite to replace Emery at Arsenal

Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo has emerged as the leading candidate to replace Unai Emery at Arsenal if he eventually gets the boot for a string of poor performances by Arsenal's standards. Arsenal slumped to a sixth consecutive game without a win after the 2 all draw against Southampton at the Emirates on Saturday. The result effectively meant that Unai Emery is overseeing the club's worst run of form in 20 years. This has resulted in more calls for his contract to be terminated. Regardless, the former Paris Saint-Germain boss will be in the dugout when Arsenal face Bundesliga outfit Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League on Thursday at the Emirates. GET THE LATEST FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS FOR TODAY Live Football Streaming Over 1.5 Goals predictions for today BTTS Tips fo...
Wolves won’t fear Man United at Old Trafford
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Wolves won’t fear Man United at Old Trafford

Newly promoted Premier League side Wolves travel to Old Trafford to face Manchester United on Saturday. It has been 38 years since they experienced any success at Old Trafford. Regardless, the team now being managed by Nuno Espirito Santo go into Saturday's game with preceding victories over West Ham and Burnley. Two key players in the side, captain Conor Coady and Matt Doherty are looking forward to a special game and have promised to turn up with an impressive performance. Coady stated: “This will be a special game, not just for me, but for everybody. It is a big ground and it is a big team. READ: De Bruyne eyes return ahead of Manchester Derby “We have said before the game, every game is tough in this division. “No matter whether you are playing Manchester United or Bu...