Wolves sack head coach

Wolves sack head coach

Wolves manager Bruno Lage was sacked on Sunday after his club plunged into the Premier League relegation zone.

Wolves have won only once in eight Premier League games this season. Saturday’s 2-0 defeat at fellow strugglers West Ham left them third-bottom of the table.

Wolves spent £100m on new signings this summer as Lage looked to mould a team in his image; but the Portuguese head coach has been unable to transform his side’s fortunes and his 15-month tenure is now over.

Since a 2-1 win over Aston Villa at Molineux on April 2, Wolves have won just one of their previous 15 games in the Premier League.

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Speaking after their most recent loss on Saturday, Lage said, “We will continue to work. I know the fans support us. We try to do our best for them. We’re in a bad moment, we don’t have goals or victories.

“We need to continue to work. I can promise we will work hard every day to bring good games and victories for the team.”

One win in 15 games reflects that dramatic decline. Additionally, they have scored the fewest goals in the Premier League this year.

Next Saturday in the Premier League, Wolves travel for an away match at Stanford Bridge.

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