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September 17, 2019

Wolves have 2,000 tickets left for Molineux tie against Braga

Wolves are facing the rare prospect of empty seats at Molineux for the visit of Braga – with around 2,000 tickets unsold in home areas. Seats are still available in the Steve Bull Stand lower tier, the Stan Cullis Stand quadrant and the Graham Hughes Stand as Nuno Espirito Santo’s side prepare to kick off their Europa League group stage against the Portuguese outfit on Thursday. Wolves have enjoyed sell-out Molineux fixtures in every Premier League game since promotion in May 2018. But back-to-back Premier League defeats and eight goals conceded in the last two games may have left some…

Wolves must ‘face the truth’ to move forwards, claims Traore

Adama Traore claims Wolves need to face the truth to get over their Chelsea horror show. Saturday’s 5-2 defeat was the worst under Nuno Espirito Santo and the heaviest the club has suffered in three years, while the five goals made it eight conceded in the last two games. Traore wasn’t to blame for any of the goals but believes all the players need to learn from their mistakes to move on as they prepare to host Braga in the Europa League group stages on Thursday. Asked if he will be watching the Chelsea game back through the gaps in…

Traore: Portuguese ‘intel’ will help Wolves against Braga

Adama Traore believes Wolves’ Portuguese ‘intel’ will help them beat Braga. Wolves are still licking their wounds after their Chelsea thrashing but return to action in the Europa League on Thursday to kick off the group stages with the visit of a Portuguese side known to many in the Molineux camp. Wolves of course have a Portuguese head coach in Nuno Espirito Santo, plus five compatriots of his six backroom staff, while up to six Portuguese players could face Braga – Rui Patricio, Ruben Neves, Joao Moutinho, Diogo Jota, Ruben Vinagre and Pedro Neto. Nuno was linked to the Braga…