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February 20, 2020

Nuno: Wolves fans will create fantastic atmosphere; ‘It’s amazing the way they push us’ – Coady

Nuno Espirito Santo is expecting Wolves fans to create another special atmosphere as European football returns to Molineux tonight. The head coach is always appreciative of the support a Molineux in full voice gives to the team and he believes the visit of Espanyol in the Europa League group of 32 – the first continental knockout tie at the ground since October 1980 – will be another memorable occasion. Molineux is set for a virtual full house tonight of around 31,400, with around 1,350 Espanyol fans, and Nuno and captain Conor Coady believes Wolves supporters deserve a lot of credit…

Wolves captain Coady: We want to make our own Euro history

Conor Coady says he knows all about Wolves’ history in Europe – but wants the current team to make their own. Wolves host Espanyol tonight in the Europa League round of 32. The first-leg tie is the first European knockout the club has hosted since October 1980 when they went out of the UEFA Cup to PSV Eindhoven. The Molineux side were seen as trailblazers in European football in the 1950s when Stan Cullis’s side beat many of the continent’s best as a forerunner to the European Cup. Then just over a decade later, Bill McGarry’s side went all the…