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European Football
Europe’s most sought-after free agents this summer
17:00 Thursday 23rd May 2019

Ever since the Bosman Ruling came into effect in 1995, players within the European Union have been allowed to leave a club for no fee once their contract has expired. Famous cases of this include Sol Campbell’s controversial switch from…

Premier League
Raul Jimenez: Wolves' big-game player worth his weight in gold
16:00 Wednesday 24th April 2019

Wolverhampton Wanderers fans are in dreamland. Their beloved club is back in the big time. Not only are they well clear of relegation in their first season back in the Premier League, they're sitting in the top half only looking upwards.…

Premier League
Who grabs the coveted Premier League seventh spot?
15:00 Wednesday 17th April 2019

Leicester City, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Everton, Watford and West Ham United would each consider the 2018/19 season successful if they can finish seventh in the Premier League. Javi Gracia's Hornets won't mind upsetting Manchester…

Fa Cup
Watford must tread carefully against hungry Wolves at Wembley
08:00 Sunday 7th April 2019

The biggest game in Watford’s season awaits them at Wembley. Eying an opportunity to recreate FA Cup history, the daunting Wolves pose a stern roadblock in their path to paradise. However, having fought so hard to reach the podium, there’s…

Premier League
Why Wolves deserve credit for their incredible rise to fame
12:00 Saturday 30th March 2019

This time twelve months ago, Wolverhampton Wanderers were racing to the Championship finishing line at a canter. Nuno Espirito Santo's men were comfortably first past the post. It was to be expected after acquiring top-class players like…

Managerial News
Why Nuno Espirito Santo deserves to manage a bigger club
15:00 Tuesday 12th March 2019

Due respect to Wolverhampton Wanderers, but they have a manager who deserves to be managing a bigger club. Judging by his fine work at Molineux, Nuno Espírito Santo can go nowhere but up.  One way or another, Espírito Santo…

Fa Cup
Why it's great to see Premier League sides taking the FA Cup seriously
17:00 Tuesday 19th February 2019

For many years, it has felt like the FA Cup has been spiralling into trouble. With everything in the beautiful game, it all filters down from the top. Once Premier League sides start taking it less seriously, others swiftly begin to fall in…

Premier League
Is breaking into the Premier League top six an insurmountable task?
08:00 Tuesday 29th January 2019

Manchester United. Manchester City. Chelsea. Liverpool. Arsenal. Tottenham Hotspur. Since the 2009-10 Premier League season, at least five of these teams made the top six places. All six did in four of the nine full seasons, including…

Premier League
Mutual Non-Admiration Society: Wolves, Leo Bonatini
09:00 Saturday 26th January 2019

When Wolves and PAOK agreed to terms, Leo Bonatini appeared to be leaving Molineux. Somewhere along the way, however, an 'i' wasn't dotted or a 't' crossed to someone's liking. The deal collapsed and the striker is a…

Premier League
Can Chelsea win provide new momentum for Wolves?
09:00 Sunday 9th December 2018

After an unprecedented run to win the Championship title last season, Wolves became an impressive side to watch in the Premier League this term. Manager Nuno Espirito Santo built a side that is not only solid at the back but effective…

Premier League
Assessing all 20 Premier League teams after eight games
15:00 Friday 12th October 2018

With the season's second international break bringing the Premier League to a halt for two weeks, now is a perfect time to rate each team's stock. Eight games may seem too few to draw conclusions on the entire campaign, but it offers…

Premier League
Wolverhampton Wanderers and the art of defending
09:00 Tuesday 9th October 2018

Wolverhampton Wanderers are in dreamland. Their fans will be loving life back in the big-time, rightly so. Nuno Espirito Santo's team play some lovely, free-flowing football, particularly on the counter-attack. After spending such huge…

Premier League
Expect a Premier League groundswell in 2018/19
09:00 Saturday 11th August 2018

Gloom surrounded Swansea, West Brom and Stoke at season's end in 2017/18 while jubilation reigned at Cardiff, Fulham and Wolverhampton. Three clubs desperately hanging on went down while another trio playing exciting football won tickets…

Premier League
Premier League preview: A look at how all 20 teams are shaping up
17:00 Friday 10th August 2018

This Premier League season promises even more excitement than usual. Positive, attacking football is spreading from club to club like a disease that makes you young and invigorated. Manchester City, Tottenham, Liverpool, Chelsea, Fulham, Wolverhampton…

Football
Have agents ruined football?
09:00 Monday 9th July 2018

For many years, the business of football was relatively modest. Players were well paid at top clubs, but most teams run by local business people. Marketing didn’t go much further than the advertising hoardings surrounding the…