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July 2, 2019

Wolves slash ticket prices for Euro return, hoping for full house

Wolves have slashed ticket prices for their return to Europe – and are hoping for a full house to celebrate the occasion. Tickets for Wolves’ Europa League second qualifying round tie against Crusaders or B36 Torshavn at Molineux go on sale to season ticket holders on Wednesday July 3. The club say on their official website, www.wolves.co.uk, for what is expected to be a full house for Wolves’ first European tie in almost 40 years, tickets are priced at £15 for adults, £10 for concessions and £5 for Under-17s. The tie against the winners of Crusaders and B36 Torshavn is…

Neves raring to go again for Wolves after insisting ‘Three weeks off is enough’

Ruben Neves insists three weeks off is enough as he claimed Wolves’ involvement in the Europa League should make everyone proud. Wolves have qualified for European competition for the first time in 39 years and will start their Europa League campaign against either Northern Irish outfit Crusaders or Faroe Islanders B39 Torshavn in the second qualifying round on July 25 and August 1. The earlier start to the season means Neves and team-mates Rui Patricio, Joao Moutinho and Diogo Jota, who helped Portugal to Nations League glory, have had the shortest break in the squad apart from Raul Jimenez and…

Newboy Nya ‘to be assessed’ for Wolves first team

New Wolves signing Raphael Nya will be staying put at Molineux this coming season – and could feature in the Europa League. The 19-year-old defender, who has played both full back roles and centre back, signed on a three-year contract from French Ligue 1 champions PSG last week for an undisclosed fee. Nya captained PSG’s Under-19s last season and led them to four wins and a draw in the UEFA Youth League Group C against the likes of Liverpool, Napoli and Red Star Belgrade before they lost 2-1 to Hertha Berlin in an intermediate stage decider. Wolves loans manager Seyi…

Wolves could loan out more U23 cubs – Seyi

Wolves loans manager Seyi Olofinjana believes more of the club’s Under-23 players could be sent out on loan to ‘rip it up’ and accelerate their development. Under-23s midfielders Pedro Goncalves and Joao Dias have returned to Portugal to join FC Famalicao on a permanent basis for an undisclosed fee. They follow 19-year-old left wing back Ryan Giles, who has signed for League One Shrewsbury Town on a season-long loan. Chairman Jeff Shi has stated some Under-23s players will be supplementing Nuno Espirito Santo’s first-team squad for the forthcoming Europa League campaign. Wolves Under-23s won Premier League 2 Division 2 last…