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October 2, 2019

Doc reveals ‘vast majority don’t drink’ at Wolves amid his shock at Keogh

Matt Doherty has suggested the drink-drive shame which has left Derby County in crisis would be highly unlikely at Wolves – because most players are teetotal. Doherty’s Ireland team-mate Richard Keogh is facing an uncertain future after being left with a serious knee injury which will keep him out until December 2020 and being stripped of the Rams’ captaincy. Keogh, 33, was travelling in a car which crashed on the A6 in Derbyshire after a players’ bonding session on Tuesday, September 24 went wrong. Team-mates Tom Lawrence and Mason Bennett, who were in the same car as Keogh, were charged…

U23s coach Rob Edwards to leave Wolves to join the FA

Wolves Under-23 head coach Rob Edwards is leaving the club to join the Football Association in a coaching role. Former Wolves winger Mark Kennedy, who has been assisting Edwards and Sean Parrish with coaching the Under-23s this season, has been appointed as caretaker coach during the search for a successor. Edwards, 36, leaves after his third spell at Molineux, firstly as a player who made 110 appearances as a versatile defender from 2004-08, before returning to the club in various coaching roles sandwiching a year in charge of AFC Telford United. He becomes the second member of staff to swap…

Double blow as Jota ruled out and Wolves’ flight to Turkey delayed

Diogo Jota has been ruled out of Wolves’ Europa League clash at Besiktas on Thursday night. The 22-year-old forward suffered a toe injury before the Crystal Palace game 10 days ago. Jota managed to get through that game, scoring Wolves’ last-gasp equaliser in the 1-1 draw at Selhurst Park, but he missed Saturday’s 2-0 win against Watford on Saturday. Head coach Nuno Espirito Santo confirmed the Portuguese will miss his second successive game at his pre-match press conference in Turkey on Wednesday. Jota has not travelled with the squad and is instead undergoing treatment back at Compton. Nuno said he’ll…