Terminating the contract of Tony Pulis was the correct decision by the West Brom board. It doesn’t matter who you are, three wins from 24 in the league is a shoddy record, coupled with the fact that Pulis had obviously lost most of the fanbase and indeed the players. I’d like to thank him for his efforts in helping to stabilise us post-Alan Irvine and for raising the overall level of the squad.
Wolves are scoring and producing goals from all over the pitch. Top scorer Leo Bonatini has ten goals and five assists whilst Diogo Jota has eight goals and three assists. Ivan Cavaleiro has almost reached last season’s total of five goals and five assists - only a goal short of that already. Fifteen different goalscorers means Wolves have threats everywhere, which must be a nightmare for the opposition to plan for. One man who has come into his own in recent games is wing-back Barry Douglas.
Nuno Espirito Santo has always rightly stressed that it is about what his team does – that is key for any coach. But as observers, supporters should be looking at what else is out there. There are no unknowns with this team any more. They have shown their cards and it is as strong a hand as the Molineux regulars have seen in many years. Time and again Nuno’s side have shown how well equipped they are to defeat what is put in front of them.
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Selecting a term
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