Who Was Man Of The Match? Wolves 1-0 West Ham United

       Who Was Man Of The Match? Raúl Jiménez West Ham went in as favourites against Wolves after their victory against Liverpool prior to the international break, but came out second best as Wolves beat the Hammers 1-0. Raúl Jiménez scored the only goal of the game, and the Mexican is today’s man of the match. Hammers started the game with a swagger, displaying signs … Continue reading Who Was Man Of The Match? Wolves 1-0 West Ham United

Who Was Man Of The Match? Wolves 0 – 2 Brentford

Who was Man Of The Match?  Ivan Toney       Wolves and Brantford have started their campaigns on the front foot. Even though Wolves haven’t gained many points in their 1st four fixtures, Bruno Lage’s men have been an exciting watch this season. Both managers went with an unchanged team. Wolves started the game brightly and dominated the early quarter without any goals to show for it. This … Continue reading Who Was Man Of The Match? Wolves 0 – 2 Brentford

Who Was Man Of The Match? Watford 0-2 Wolves

Match Attendance: 20,019 Who Was Man Of The Match? Adama Traore Wolverhamption Wanderers finally secured a victory under new manager Bruno Lage, as they beat Watford at Vicarage Road. The first half was an open game, with both sides going at each other, and continued to threaten the opposition goal, but could not break the deadlock. The first goal came via an own goal, as … Continue reading Who Was Man Of The Match? Watford 0-2 Wolves

Who Was Man Of The Match? Wolves 0-1 Manchester United

Who was Man Of The Match? David de Gea Manchester United have broken Arsenal’s Premier League record of 27 successive away wins. That run, which spanned from April 2003 to September 2004, concluded in a 2-0 loss to United at Old Trafford. Coincidence? I think not, after Greenwood gave United the lead in the 80th minute. Wolves have now experienced two straight home league defeats against … Continue reading Who Was Man Of The Match? Wolves 0-1 Manchester United

Man Of The Match Report: Wolves 0-1 Tottenham

Match Attendance: 30,368 Former Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo made an early return to the Molineux. Wolves fans watched their first home match of the season under Nuno’s successor Bruno Lage, unfortunately for them Dele Alli’s penalty spoiled their party, giving his side a 1-0 win. Nuno’s familiarity with his former players may have been the deciding factor as his Spurs side spurred on and … Continue reading Man Of The Match Report: Wolves 0-1 Tottenham

Man Of The Match Report: Leicester City 1-0 Wolves

Match attendance: 31,983 Vardy takes Leicester’s first MOTM award thanks to his first-half volley giving the Community Shield Winners their first three point of the season. The 34-year old seemed to defy his age and constantly terrified the Wolves defence. After his goal he proceeded to howl infront of the wolves fans? Ladies and Gentlemen, Vardy is here! Lets look at his stats: Vardy’s Match … Continue reading Man Of The Match Report: Leicester City 1-0 Wolves

Wolves’ Prediction for the 2021/2022 Season

Manager: Bruno Lage Arena (including maximum capacity): Molineux Stadium (32,050) Position from the previous season: 13th Player To Watch: Raúl Jiménez Predicted League Position: 12th Wolves had a disappointing season last year. Some supporters were upset by the team’s 13th-place finish last season, but given the number of injuries sustained, it wasn’t too bad. Fans will be hoping that the return of Raul Jimenez, who … Continue reading Wolves’ Prediction for the 2021/2022 Season