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March 25, 2019

Wolves stars rested in Portugal – international round-up

Goalkeeper Rui Patricio was the only Wolves player involved for Portugal as they made it successive home draws in their Euro 2020 qualifiers, this time ending 1-1 against Serbia. Patricio was picking the ball out of the net as early as the seventh minute when Serbia led after Dusan Tadic’s penalty, but the hosts equalised through a spectacular 25-yard strike from Danilo Pereira. Ruben Neves and Joao Moutinho, who both started Friday’s 0-0 draw against Ukraine, were unused substitutes for the Euro 2016 winners this time, while Diogo Jota was again on the bench. Cristiano Ronaldo went off injured, pulling…

Wolves have sold more than 21,000 tickets for Wembley so far

Wolves have sold more than 21,000 tickets for their FA Cup semi-final against Watford at Wembley, prior to them going on sale to members tomorrow. Seats go on sale to members, based on a loyalty point structure, on Tuesday as the club prepares for its first semi-final since 1998. Tickets for the game, which is on Sunday, April 7 (4pm), will be sold online at www.wolvestickets.co.uk, or via telephone on 0371 222 1877. They will not be available from the ticket office via counter sales. Sales to My Wolves, #WolfPack or Young Wolves members begin on Tuesday, March 26 at…

Bright future uncertain for Wolves forward

Bright Enobakhare’s chances of joining Coventry on a permanent basis could hinge on the Sky Blues’ financial position. The 21-year-old Wolves forward has scored four goals in 11 games on loan at the Sky Blues after six games for Kilmarnock in the first half of the season. Coventry boss Mark Robins is a big admirer of Enobakhare but suggests any move is up in the air. Asked if there was a chance he could sign him permanently, Robins told www.wolvesbitecom: “Who knows? There’s a lot of water to go under the bridge yet. “Bright’s contribution on the ball will never…

Wolves new boys have made the difference – Bennett

Ryan Bennett admits Wolves’ summer signings have taken the team to another level. Since Wolves romped to the Championship title last season, Rui Patricio, Jonny Castro Otto, Leander Dendoncker, Joao Moutinho, Raul Jimenez and Adama Traore have been added to the squad at a cost of around £71m. Wolves are hoping to turn Jimenez’s loan from Benfica into a £30m permanent signing and become a new club record capture, eclipsing the £18m they paid for Traore and Jonny. The significant investment looks money well spent though, with Nuno Espirito Santo’s side seventh in the Premier League and into the semi-finals…