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May 3, 2019

Sin Cara hoping to inspire Wolves to victory – with video

Sin Cara is hoping his presence at Molineux can inspire Wolves to victory against Fulham. The Mexican WWE wrestler arrived – complete with mask covered with Wolves motifs – at the club’s Compton training ground yesterday to be welcomed by his friend, striker Raul Jimenez and rest of the first-team squad after training. “It’s fantastic to be here and fantastic to meet Raul again,” he said. “He’s got me to meet all of the players and it’s great to be able to talk to my friend because it’s been a while since we’ve been able to speak since he’s been…

‘I never saw a £20 note running on the pitch’ – Nuno on Wolves’ spending

Nuno Espirito Santo believes Wolves have recruited wisely as they prepare to take on bigger-spending Fulham. Last May Wolves and Fulham were promoted from the Championship yet nine months on, the Molineux men are seventh in the Premier League while Fulham have been relegated. Wolves spent around £70m in the summer while the Cottagers splashed out £100m, proof that money is no guarantee of success. The West London club are already resigned to Championship football and on their third manager of the season. “Let’s not compare – it’s nothing to do with money,” said Nuno. “I never saw a £20…

Dr honour is for Wolves family – Nuno

Nuno Espirito Santo says he is ‘proud and very honoured’ to be awarded a honorary doctorate of sport but insists it’s for the Wolves family. The Molineux head coach is set to receive the honour on the pitch from the University of Wolverhampton before tomorrow’s game against Fulham in recognition of his contribution to the city. “I’m very proud and very honoured. Since we arrived, I have always been very well received by everybody, by the people of the city,” he said. “I’m only one person that will receive this prize but this award goes beyond myself. It’s for all…

‘Dr Nuno’ to receive honorary degree at Wolves

Nuno Espirito Santo is to be recognised for his transformation of Wolves with an hononary degree. The University of Wolverhampton has rewarded the 45-year-old with an honorary doctorate of sport for his contribution to the region. Nuno is set to receive his award on the pitch before tomorrow’s game against Fulham at Molineux. “It is a great honour and privilege to be recognised by the University of Wolverhampton in this way and I will be humbled to collect the honorary degree at Molineux on Saturday,” said Nuno. “From the moment I arrived in Wolverhampton nearly two years ago, I have…