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2020

Wolves star Doc admits training alone is proving tough

Wolves wing back Matt Doherty admits training on your own during the lockdown due to coronavirus is proving mentally tough. Players have been given their own workouts to do since the training ground was shut some two weeks ago under the government’s guidelines to beat the pandemic. Some Wolves players have posted videos and pictures on social media of themselves and their partners working out at home, including Raul Jimenez and Joao Moutinho, while others such as Ruben Vinagre and Leonardo Campana have put up footage of them doing the toilet roll ‘keepy-uppy’ challenge. All professional football has been put…

Wolves’ search for new sporting director put on hold

Wolves’ search for a sporting director has been put on hold because of the coronavirus pandemic. The club are seeking a replacement for Kevin Thelwell, who joined Major League outfit New York Red Bulls in February. But it’s understood the process for Thelwell’s successor has been placed into cold storage because of the worldwide shutdown and will not re-commence until normality resumes. The club had started to speak to possible candidates, through a recruitment company, before the outbreak which has caused all elite football to be postponed until at least April 30. Wolves have also been working without a managing…

Paul Butler joins Wolves’ campaign to keep in touch with vulnerable fans

Wolves are continuing their efforts to reach out to vulnerable supporters during the coronavirus – with former captain Paul Butler joining the ranks today. Butler, who captained Wolves to the Premier League for the first time in 2002-03, has joined Matt Murray, Steve Bull, John Richards, Kenny Hibbitt, Steve Daley, Willie Carr, Phil Parkes and Geoff Palmer telephoning fans through the ‘Wolves at Home’ campaign launched last week, through the club and Wolves Foundation. Following the announcement to postpone the Premier League until April 30 at the earliest, the scheme is aimed at checking in and keeping in touch with…

Raul re-iterates desire to stay at Wolves amid Real Madrid ‘interest’

Raul Jimenez has re-iterated his desire to stay at Wolves – whether they qualify for the Champions League or not. Wolves are currently sixth in the Premier League, five points off the top four with nine games to go of the season with all football on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic. The shutdown will go on until April 30 at the earliest, with reports now suggesting clubs are in favour of the season being completed in June and July behind closed doors, with matches live on TV. Jimenez has been a sensation at Wolves, scoring 22 goals in 44…