After a rollercoaster opening period, this season, Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has managed to revive his team and could yet still salvage a fairly successful season by the end of August.
Exactly what all Wolves fans were wishing for when the big kick-off restarted. On looking at the first three fixtures Wolves needed maximum points for any aspirations of finishing in the top four and a champions league place.
Well what can I say, I have to use that old cliche, a tale of two halves. In the first half, I thought wolves were playing against 11 Jack Grealish’s because it didn’t matter what the wolves player’s tried to do, the Bournemouth players kept on falling over at the slightest bit of contact.
If anybody had any worries about Wolves being able to perform in empty stadiums, along with West hams bubbles all doubts were firmly burst.
Wayne Rooney has opened up on the time he had to approach a coach and communicate the teams point of view that they thought their coaching methods were not up to scratch.
As a wolves supporter of over 51 years, I can only say this is the best football I’ve ever seen us play.
Inter Milan have rejected a £54m bid for on-loan striker Mauro Icardi, leaving the door open for Chelsea to make a move for the Italian star.
Wolves have taken the option to extend second choice goalkeeper John Ruddy’s contract by a further year.
Leicester City have reportedly entered the race to sign Real Betis midfielder William Carvalho who has long been linked with a move to the Premier League while at Sporting Lisbon.
Former Barcelona president Joan Laporta is reportedly keen on bringing Pep Guardiola back to his roots should he be reelected next year.