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Bruno Lage

Worst manager in the prem for my money, inherited a fairly decent team and can’t score at home to 10 man Brentford.

Wolves fans have been saying how negative Nuno was and what a breath of fresh air Bruno is - they are half right. Nuno is negative but Bruno’s side have only managed to score in one of their 5 games this season, what’s the point of being open and attacking if you can’t hit a cows aris with a banjo.

No home goals all season, he has to be fairly close to the chop.

posted 1 month ago

Whether we were top of the league or bottom you would give a manager at least 3 months before taking a view on whether he has been a decent appointment

posted 1 month ago

The problem for Wolves is that on paper it has been a relatively benign set of opening fixtures. Leicester away and United at home aside, although I would have expected a point from those. Losing to us when we had no Kane bar 20 mins or so and a make shift back 4 was poor. Brentford today was a shocker.

These next 5 are crucial for Bruno - if he only has one further win from these the. I think he is gone as you will be in a relegation dog fight

posted 1 month ago

https://www.premierleague.com/stats/top/clubs/big_chance_missed?se=418
Interestingly Wolves are top for big chances missed with 12 while Tottenham are bottom with 2.

posted 1 month ago

RIP Jimmy, I only really know of his incredible reputation as a footballer being too young to have seen him in the flesh but I grew up with him entertaining me in his second career. I recall that his punditry career started in the Midlands with our local itv footie programme before he went on to working with the saint.

posted 1 month ago

comment by Posh Mufc Great Hafi Not Arrogant Just Better (U6578)
posted 2 hours, 15 minutes ago
https://www.premierleague.com/stats/top/clubs/big_chance_missed?se=418
Interestingly Wolves are top for big chances missed with 12 while Tottenham are bottom with 2.
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Yes very interesting Hafi. We’re you a spreadsheet in a past life?

posted 1 month ago

Looks like we might have a sack race. Bruno or Nuno?

posted 1 month ago

He's the Portuguese Dean Saunders. Nuno is José minus the charisma and trophies.

posted 1 month ago

comment by Striketeam7 (U18109)
posted 8 hours, 36 minutes ago
The problem for Wolves is that on paper it has been a relatively benign set of opening fixtures. Leicester away and United at home aside, although I would have expected a point from those. Losing to us when we had no Kane bar 20 mins or so and a make shift back 4 was poor. Brentford today was a shocker.

These next 5 are crucial for Bruno - if he only has one further win from these the. I think he is gone as you will be in a relegation dog fight
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Wolves are going down this season. They are a disjointed mess from the chairman to the coaching staff. Spurs, meanwhile, will finish bottom half if they keep Nuno.

posted 1 month ago

Apparently Uncle Herbert has gone from pretending to be a Villa fan to pretending to be a West Brom fan to pretending to be a Wolves fan to pretending to be a Burnley fan.
He talks absolute sheit though.

posted 1 month ago

I've seen your comments in your article.
You have only scored a very debatable penalty more than us and your goal difference is the same.
A rethink is needed I believe.

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