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Leeds star apologises after Wolves defeat, fans respond on Twitter: 'You played with passion'

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Leeds United midfielder Ronaldo Vieira apologised to the fans after his game-changing red card against Wolves last night.

The 19-year-old midfielder was sent off when his side were 2-1 down. His departure made it difficult for Leeds to get back into the game.

Leeds were 2-0 down at halftime but Ezgjan Alioski scored immediately after the break.

Leeds fans tear into Thomas Christiansen after Wolves thrashing: 'We don't believe in you'

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Leeds United crashed to a 4-1 defeat against Wolves last night and the fans seem to be losing their patience with Thomas Christiansen.

The fans took to Twitter to share their views on Leeds’ current form and Thomas Christiansen’s management in particular.

The Whites have lost eight of their last eleven games and their promotion hopes are hanging by a thread.

Championship pundit gives his verdict on Wolves v Leeds, tips 7/1 bookie-basher

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David Prutton believes his former club Leeds United will struggle to cope with Wolverhampton Wanderers when the teams meet at Molineux on Wednesday.

Both sides head into the game on the back of victories last weekend, with Wolves winning 2-0 at Reading and Leeds recording a 2-1 success at home to Middlesbrough.

25 goals last season: Wolves want goal machine in January, he could win the Championship for them

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Wolves are looking to add to their squad during the January transfer window it seems that Feyenoord forward Nicolai Jorgensen is a target for the Championship outfit.

According to reports (via HITC), Nuno wants to sign the highly talented striker in January. Jorgensen scored 25 goals for Feyenoord last season and he would be a terrific addition alongside Bonatini.

Wolves confirm agreement for 31-yr-old, former Man City man excited about club's future

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Wolves have appointed Andrew Findlay as their new Head of Analysis today.

The news has been confirmed on the club’s official website and it will be interesting to see how the 31-year-old operates in his new role from now.

Despite being quite young, Findlay has a lot of experience and he has held similar roles at Manchester United, Manchester City and Blackburn in the past.

Wolves set to move for technically gifted star in January, he has been compared to Hazard

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Championship outfit Wolves are looking to break the bank for the highly talented Benfica winger Rafa Silva when the transfer window reopens in January.

The 24-year-old joined Benfica last summer for a fee of €16.4 million and it seems highly unlikely that Benfica will agree to sell him this season.

Spurs looking to raid Wolves for attacking midfielder, Pochettino could make him a star

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Premier League giants Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham are all interested in securing the services of the Wolves youngster Morgan Gibbs-White.

The 17-year-old was outstanding for England during the U17 World Cup in India and the Premier League trio are keen on adding him to their youth squad.

Wolves closing in on mercurial Arsenal target, club chief flies in to discuss big money move

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Arsenal were interested in signing the highly talented Benfica midfielder Joao Carvalho but it appears that Wolves are currently leading the race for the Portugal U21s star.

According to reports, Jorge Mendes is set to play a key role in bringing the midfielder to Molineux.

Mendes has worked closely with the Wolves hierarchy to improve the Championship outfit and the association continues to benefit Nuno’s side.

Wolves legend backs club to be bigger than Everton

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Former Wolves striker Steve Bull believes current manager Nuno was right to rule himself out the running for the Everton job.

Nuno has led Wolves to the top of the Championship, sparking rumours that the Toffees were interested in securing his services.

However, Bull says his former club has the potential to be much bigger than Everton and he’s backed Nuno’s decision to stay at Molineux.

Everton target reluctant to join despite attractive offer, eyeing promotion with Wolves

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Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo has been linked with the Everton job but the Portuguese has moved swiftly to reject the speculations.

According to Guardian, the Wolves manager is reluctant to take over at Goodison Park. Apparently, the Premier League giants have already opened talks to secure his services and have offered him an attractive proposal.

Everton looking to raid Wolves for key man, he would be a terrific addition for the Toffees

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Everton have been looking at potential replacements for Ronald Koeman for a while now.

According to Spanish journalist Guillem Balague, the Toffees have already made an approach for the Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo.

The likes of Sam Allardyce and Sean Dyche have been linked with the job as well.

Benitez alerted to Wolves star's exceptional performances, Newcastle eyeing January move

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Newcastle United are interested in signing the Wolverhampton midfielder Conor Coady.

Rafa Benitez will be looking to add to his squad during the January transfer window and the Spaniard has been alerted to Coady’s excellent performances this season.

The former Liverpool player can operate as a defensive midfielder or as a centre back.

Top Championship pundit tips this side for top six finish, too early to say?

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Andy Hinchcliffe believes Wolverhampton Wanderers are guaranteed to finish in the top six of the Championship this season.

Wolves are currently two points clear of Cardiff City and Sheffield United at the top of the standings, after winning eight and drawing two of their 12 games to date.

Nuno Espirito Santo’s side host fifth-placed Preston North End on Saturday and Hinchcliffe believes Wolves look good bets to mount a sustained promotion challenge.

Villa midfielder eyeing fifth win in a row, Wolves will be the acid test

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Glenn Whelan believes Aston Villa have finally started to demonstrate their promotion credentials.

After an indifferent start to the season Villa have won four in a row to move within five points of Championship leaders Cardiff City.

They visit fellow promotion hopefuls Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday and Whelan thinks they continue their excellent run of form.

Odds update: Aston Villa cut for title, Wolves and Leeds on the slide

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Aston Villa’s upturn in form has led to their odds to win the Championship title being slashed.

Steve Bruce’s side are down to 10/1 to finish top after a three game winning win fired them up to eighth in the table.

Villa are seven points behind leaders Cardiff City, and five behind second placed Sheffield United.

Odds update: 14/1 wager would send Wolves above Leeds

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Wolverhampton Wanderers visit Sheffield United on Wednesday aiming to jump back into one of the two automatic promotion spots in the Championship.

Cardiff City’s fine 3-1 victory over Leeds United on Tuesday moved them three points clear at the top of the table.

A draw for Wolves would take them above Leeds into second place and a 2-2 scoreline at odds of around 14/1 looks worth an interest.

Odds update: Wolves 2/1 for Championship, but Leeds still top

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Wolverhampton Wanderers are down to 2/1 for the Championship title after winning 2-1 against Barnsley on Saturday.

Alfred N’Diaye’s late goal secured the victory for Wolves who remain level on points with Leeds United and Cardiff City at the top of the table.

Kalvin Phillips was on target in Leeds’ 3-2 victory over Ipswich Town, while Cardiff won 2-1 at Sunderland.

Odds update: Wolves 5/2 to win the Championship, Leeds & Cardiff still in the mix, Middlesbrough on a roll

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Wolverhampton Wanderers are 5/2 to win the Championship following Saturday’s 2-1 victory at Nottingham Forest.

The result left Wolves level on 17 points with Leeds United (6/1) and Cardiff City (7/1) at the top of the standings.

Diogo Jota’s second-half double secured the points for Wolves and manager Nuno Espírito Santo believes his team are slowly coming to the boil.

Sky Sports pundit predicts the outcome of Nottingham Forest vs Wolves

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Wolverhampton Wanderers will face Nottingham Forest in the 2017/18 Championship game on Saturday.

Under new manager, Nuno Espirito Santo, Wolves have gone through a massive rebuilding project this summer. The Portuguese has signed as many as 11 new players, including some eye-catchy names like Ruben Neves and Diogo Jota.

Championship pundit tips Leeds for promotion, unconvinced by Wolves

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Championship pundit Don Goodman believes Leeds United are a solid bet for promotion, but says Wolverhampton Wanderers need to toughen up if they’re to keep themselves in the mix.

Leeds and Wolves currently lie third and fourth in the table after solid starts to the season, with just Cardiff City and Ipswich Town ahead of them in the standings.

Nuno should sign this former Man Utd player now, he can take Wolves back to the PL

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Wolves will be desperate to secure promotion to the Premier League this season.

The Molineux outfit were very active in the transfer market and they have brought in quite a few new faces to aid their push for promotion.

One player, they should look to bring in on a free transfer is Giuseppe Rossi.

23 goals last season: Wolves odds-on favourites to sign attacker from this Premier League club

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Wolverhampton Wanderers are looking to sign a forward before the window closes and the Championship outfit are odds-on favourites to sign Dwight Gayle from Newcastle United.

Gayle has been fantastic for the Magpies and he managed to score 23 goals for them last season. However, it seems that Newcastle are prepared to sell the player in order to fund new arrivals.

Wolves looking to sign towering forward from this PL club, he could be ideal for Nuno

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Southampton forward Sam Gallagher is expected to leave the club this summer and the 21-year-old has been linked with several Championship clubs.

According to Daily Mirror, the towering forward is a target for Aston Villa, Derby, Wolves and Birmingham.

Southampton are ready to loan the player out but they are keen on sending Gallagher to a club where he can play regularly.

Wolves ready to take a financial risk to pull off transfer, 15-goal target would be ideal for Nuno

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Championship outfit Wolverhampton Wanderers are desperate to secure promotion to the Premier League and they are ready to spend big on a striker who would improve their chances.

According to Expressandstar, the Wolves hierarchy is ready to take a financial risk and move for a mercurial forward this summer.

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Wolverhampton Wanderers continued their impressive run in the EFL Championship by sweeping aside Hull City on Tuesday. The two sides played out an entertaining five goal match at the KCOM Stadium in Hull.

Prior to the game, both clubs were undefeated after their first two games but it was Wolves who prevailed and continued their streak.

Nuno eyeing £20m double deal, Jorge Mendes will help Wolves seal attacker's transfer

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Championship outfit Wolverhampton Wanderers are looking to sign two strikers before the window closes.

According to Daily Mirror, Wolves are interested in securing the services of Nelson Oliveira and Jordan Rhodes.

The Molineux outfit have spent a lot of money this summer but Nuno Espirito Santo believes that his side are in need of cutting edge up front.

Wolves odds-on favourites to sign Premier League forward, he could help them secure promotion

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Championship outfit Wolverhampton Wanderers are odds-on favourites to sign the highly rated Bournemouth striker Benik Afobe this summer.

SkyBet are offering odds of 9/4 for the striker to end up at Wolves this summer. However, it is important to note that this is merely speculation from the bookmakers and it does not confirm Wolves’ interest in signing the player.

Can Leeds, Sunderland and co overcome their problems this season?

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As money continues to pour into the Premier League, clubs across the land are desperate to secure themselves a piece of the pie.

Bumper television deals, increased sponsorship and foreign investment has allowed the likes of Leicester City to win a title, while other teams have been able to break into the top flight and be competitive.

3-4-3 v Boro: Wolves without these 5 first team players for their opening game; Key Stats, Team News & Prediction

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Wolves vs Middlesbrough Prediction, Betting Tips, Preview & Live Stream Info ahead of this weekend’s Championship fixture.

Wolves vs Middlesbrough
English Championship 2017/18
5th August, 15:00 pm BST
Molineux, Wolverhampton
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Wolverhampton Wanderers take on Middlesbrough in the Championship this weekend and the home side will be looking to start their season with a morale boosting win.

Championship 2017/18 Preview: Wolves and three other favourites for promotion this season

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The Championship 2017/18 season kicks off tomorrow and several teams will be looking to challenge for a place in the Premier League.

The likes of Wolves have spent heavily this summer and will be one of the favourites to secure promotion. Meanwhile, Aston Villa will be hoping that the charismatic John Terry can lead them back into the top flight.

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Championship pundit tips Wolves to fire in a 30/1 winner

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Top Championship pundit is backing Wolves to deliver a 30/1 bookie-basher against Fulham on Friday.

Wolves moved back to the top of the Championship with a 2-0 victory at Norwich City on Tuesday and Prutton believes they will follow up with another three points against Fulham.

The former Leeds midfielder has tipped Leo Bonatini to score first and Wolves to win 2-0 as they look to cement their place at the head of the standings.

Wolves manager not interested in replacing Koeman at Everton

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Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo is not currently interested in replacing Ronald Koeman as Everton manager.

The Toffees sacked Koeman after a 5-2 home defeat against Arsenal and have since been under the stewardship of caretaker boss David Unsworth.

Nuno has led Wolves to the top of the Championship and according to the BBC he has no intention of walking out on the club.

‘I Thought They Meant The Animal!’ – Adorable Twitter Mix-Up Sees Mark ‘Luke Skywalker’ Hamill Become Wolves Fan Overnight

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It looks like Wolverhampton Wanderers now have a new second-coolest fan (Robert Plant, if you're wondering) in the unlikely guise of Mark Hamill, he of Luke Skywalker fame.

Despite openly admitting that he'd never head of the Championship side until a couple of days ago, Hamill is now a full-blooded Wolves supporter thanks to a rather adorable little mix-up on Twitter.

Random Great Goals: Crystal Palace Score Four Little Lovelies In 4-1 Win Over Wolves, 1995 (Video)

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The year was 1995, and Crystal Palace and Wolverhampton Wanderers were pitted against each other in the sixth round (i.e. quarter-finals) of the FA Cup.

Wolves were the only non-Premiership side left in the competition, and defended manfully to ensure the original tie at Selhurst Park ended in a 1-1 draw.

Money Well Spent: Ruben Neves, Wolves’ New £15m Midfielder, Spanks One In From Distance Against Hull City (Video)

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There were many quizzical shrugs exchanged among Wolves fans when their club parted with £15million to sign midfielder Ruben Neves from Porto back in July.

Similarly, there were many Porto fans left utterly bewildered by the transfer chiefly as to why their club had let Neves go for such a pifflingly low fee.

League Cup

Carabao Cup: Pep Guardiola Blames ‘Unacceptable’ Mitre Matchball For Man City’s Failure To Break Down Wolves In 120 Minutes

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Pep Guardiola was full of excuses after Wolves became the first team to prevent Man City from scoring inside 90 minutes since April.

Since then, Guardiola's side have scored 57 goals in 17 matches but it still took 120 minutes and a penalty shootout for them to squeeze past their Championship opponents and into the fifth round of the Carabao Cup.

Carabao Cup: Claudio Bravo The Hero As Man City Beat Wolves On Penalties At Etihad (Video)

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So often the villain last season, Claudio Bravo was the hero for Manchester City on Tuesday night, as the Citizens beat Wolves on penalties to progress to the last eight of the Carabao Cup.

Pep Guardiola fielded a mix-and-match 11, with youngstersTosin Adarabioyo andOleksandr Zinchenko joining the likes of Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus.

English Premier League

On This Day in Football: United score TEN past Anderlecht, Wolves devour Chelsea

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On this day in 1956, Manchester United beat Belgian side Anderlecht 10-0 in a European Cup preliminary round match.

With Old Trafford not equipped with floodlights, the match had to be played at Maine Road. It was the first European Cup fixture to be played on English soil.

Wolves land early promotion race blow

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London (AFP) – Big-spending Wolves made a strong start to their promotion bid as Leo Bonatini’s debut goal sealed a 1-0 win over Middlesbrough on the opening weekend of the Championship on Saturday.

Brazilian striker Bonatini, signed on a season-long loan from Saudi Arabian club Al Hilal, punished a mistake from Boro defender Daniel Ayala to settle a tight encounter in the 33rd minute at Molineux.

The Rest

Arsenal tracking Wolves left-back Ruben Vinagre

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Wolverhampton Wanderers full-back Ruben Vinagre is a transfer target for Arsenal, according to the Daily Mail. The 18-year-old is on loan at Molineux...

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