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November 11, 2019

Wolves worked on Neves goal against Villa all week – Jimenez

Wolves top scorer Raul Jimenez has revealed they worked on Ruben Neves’s goal against Villa all week in training. Neves opened the scoring in the 2-1 Molineux win with a superb first-time shot steered into the bottom corner of the net after Joao Moutinho fooled the visitors into thinking he was going to cross his free kick into the box, instead squaring to his Portugal international team-mate to fire home from the edge of the D. “We’ve been working for the whole week to get those types of goals – it’s just training in the middle of the week and…

New job for former Wolves MD Laurie Dalrymple

Former Wolves managing director Laurie Dalrymple has been appointed as chief executive of Premiership rugby club Harlequins. The 44-year-old left Molineux in a shock departure in July following four-and-a-half years after a breakdown in his relationship with the board. In his time at the club he helped in the transition from previous owner Steve Morgan to current owners Fosun and assisted in stabilising the club in the Premier League following the Championship title win in 2017-18. Since he left, his duties have been largely taken on by chairman Jeff Shi, while sporting director Kevin Thelwell has also shared some of…

On-loan Wolves star Cav is ‘superb’ and ‘a matchwinner’, says Fulham boss Parker

On-loan Wolves forward Ivan Cavaleiro has been told he is a ‘matchwinner’ and ‘superb’ for Fulham. Fulham manager Scott Parker has been raving about the 26-year-old, who was back in the West Midlands on Saturday when he starred in the Cottagers’ 1-0 win at Birmingham. Cavaleiro has scored four goals in 15 Championship games so far for the Cottagers and is currently operating on the left of a three-man forward line with Aleksandar Mitrovic in the centre and former Leicester and Brighton winger Anthony Knockhaert on the right. The Portuguese’s loan is due to become a permanent move next summer…

Nuno reveals his pride as Wolves savage Villa

Nuno Espirito Santo has revealed his pride at Wolves’ staying power after they beat Villa 2-1. Well-worked goals in either half from Ruben Neves and Raul Jimenez before Trezeguet’s injury-time consolation saw Nuno’s side climb to eighth in the Premier League table going into the international break. Wolves extended their unbeaten run in the top flight and Europa League to 10 matches while they are five unbeaten at Molineux and beat Villa at home in the Premier League for the first time. Head coach Nuno was delighted at the response to their 24th game of the season – nine more…