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September 13, 2019

Nuno doesn’t want a statue, he wants more Molineux magic from Wolves

Proud Nuno Espirito Santo wants to create more magical Molineux memories rather than join Wolves royalty with a statue. Head coach Nuno says he is honoured to be in charge of the club as it celebrates its 130th anniversary of playing at Molineux with the visit of Chelsea on Saturday. The Portuguese has played his part in that history by leading Wolves to the Championship title, seventh place in the Premier League, the Europa League group stages and an FA Cup semi-final in little over two years in charge. But he is not ready to join the three who have…

Double boost for Wolves as Doc and Saiss fit for Chelsea

Wolves have been handed a double fitness boost for the visit of Chelsea on Saturday as they seek their first Premier League win of the season. Matt Doherty and Romain Saiss are both fit and available for the game after recent concerns. Doherty underwent a small operation for a non-footballing issue during the international break and missed Ireland’s Euro 2020 qualifiers against Switzerland and Bulgaria. Saiss returned home early from Morocco duty with a minor knock. “Romain had a minor problem with the international team but he’s been having treatment and he is doing well,” said head coach Nuno Espirito…

Wolves will be one of Chelsea’s toughest games – Nevin

Wolves’ opponents on Saturday Chelsea have been warned they face one of their stiffest examinations of the season at Molineux. Nuno Espirito Santo’s side return to action after the international break against Frank Lampard’s outfit seeking their first Premier League win of the campaign. Wolves took four points off Chelsea last term as part of their excellent record against the top six – winning 2-1 at Molineux – and Stamford Bridge favourite Pat Nevin believes the tests won’t come much harder than Saturday’s clash, which also marks the 130th anniversary of Molineux. Nuno’s side are seeking to extend their 15-match…