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Nuno reveals aspect of Wolves performance that ‘upset’ him

Date published: Sunday 12th July 2020 3:34 Nuno Espirito Santo says Wolves’ lack of ruthlessness in front of goal is an area of their game they will need to work on in future. Despite his side’s 3-0 win over Everton, the Portuguese manager was keen to point out his annoyance at some of the opportunities missed.His frustrations are carried over from recent defeats against Arsenal and Sheffield United. The midlands club failed to score in both despite creating a number of openings. They did manage to find the net on three occasions against the Toffees, however Santo says there were still examples of wastefulness in Sunday’s game. Speaking to Sky Sports, he said: “In the first half I think we still had the same situation as th...
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Nuno hits back with stern response to Martino’s Jimenez, Man Utd tease

Date published: Tuesday 7th July 2020 3:45 Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo has insisted that Mexico manager Gerardo Martino’s comments on Raul Jimenez’s future are “not an issue”. The forward’s international boss believes Jimenez would be better off moving to Old Trafford over Juventus. Jimenez has scored 24 times in all competitions this season to fire Wolves into sixth in the Premier League. What’s more, he has helped his side get to the last-16 of the Europa League, with the competition restarting in August. Reports claim United want a striker and that Jimenez is on the club’s radar. Ahead of Wolves’ trip to Sheffield United on Wednesday, however, Nuno remained relaxed about Martino’s comments. He said: “It’s not a...
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Nuno explains why Wolves are still in the hunt despite Arsenal loss

Date published: Saturday 4th July 2020 8:16 Nuno Espirito Santo insisted that Wolves’ ambitions have not changed because of their loss to Arsenal. Wolves fell to their first defeat in the Premier League since January when goals from Bukayo Saka and Alexandre Lacazette gave Arsenal a 2-0 win at Molineux. Since the league restarted, Wolves had won three out of three, not conceding a goal. However, their fortunes reversed against Arsenal. However, boss Nuno claimed that Wolves only lost due to “concentration” and vowed to “bounce back” in the hunt for a top four place. “First half was balanced. Both teams were organised with not many chances,” he told Sky Sports. “One moment we lost our shape and Arsenal scored. “We star...