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newsfootballa day ago

Son Heung-min signs a four-year contract extension with Tottenham

Tottenham have confirmed that Son Heung-min has signed a new four-year contract, which will keep him at the club until 2025. The South Korean forward signed for North London giants in 2015 and has since made 280 appearances, scoring 107 goals and 64 assists, and has been linked with a move away.
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newsfootball23 days ago

Tottenham appoint Nuno Espirito Santo as new manager on two year contract

After months of speculation, Tottenham have appointed Nuno Espirito Santo as their new manager with him signing a two year deal at the club with him replacing Jose Mourinho. The former Wolverhampton Wanderers boss recently left Molineux after a successful four year spell with the club.
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newsfootballa month ago

Wolverhampton Wanderers appoint former Benfica boss Bruno Lage as their new manager

Wolverhampton Wanderers have appointed Bruno Lage as their new manager with the former Benfica boss replacing Nuno Espirito Santo, who left via mutual consent. The Portuguese boss will take over from the 2021-22 campaign having been out of work since being sacked by Benfica in June 2020.
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newsfootball2 months ago

Nuno Espírito Santo to leave Wolverhampton Wanderers after four years as manager

Wolverhampton Wanderers has revealed that Nuno Espirito Santo will leave the club by mutual consent after spending four seasons at the club. The former Porto star had signed for the club in 2017 and has since taken them to new and improved heights, finishing 7th, highest in the club’s history.
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newsfootball10 months ago

Wolverhampton Wanderers sign Barcelona full-back Nelson Semedo in £29 million deal

Wolverhampton Wanderers have completed a move for Barcelona defender Nelson Semedo in a deal worth £29 million, with the Portuguese full-back signing a three year deal. The 26-year-old has been heavily linked with a move away from Camp Nou, with Barcelona looking to add reinforcements.
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newsfootballa year ago

Been a crazy season but reaching quarter-finals of Europa League is worth it, gushes Nuno Espirito Santo

After a tough fight against Olympiacos, Wolverhampton Wanderers go into the Europa League’s next round and Nuno Espirito Santo admitted that making it this far means a lot after a ‘crazy’ season. The Molineux side face Sevilla in the quarter-finals with Julen Lopetegui’s men favourites to win.
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newsfootballa year ago

Difficult to leave Spain and Atletico Madrid but I wanted new challenge, proclaims Jonny Otto

Wolverhampton Wanderers star Jonny Otto has admitted that while it was tough for him to leave Atletico Madrid, the opportunity to play in England was impossible to turn down. The former Los Rojiblancos and Celta Vigo star signed for the Molineux side last summer and has made quite an impact.
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newsfootballa year ago

Believe that the Premier League can finish their season, admits Diogo Jota

Wolverhampton Wanderers forward Diogo Jota has claimed that he believes the Premier League can finish their season despite the coronavirus causing a complete shutdown across the world. The COVID-19 has caused serious problems with football associations looking at canceling their seasons.
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newsfootballa year ago

Knew I had to leave Liverpool for first-team football, admits Conor Coady

Wolverhampton Wanderers captain Conor Coady confessed that he knew that for him to play regular first team football, he’d have to leave Liverpool. The defender rose through the Reds' academy but could only make one senior appearance for the club before leaving for Huddersfield and then Wolves.
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newsfootballa year ago

Wolves criticize UEFA for not postponing Europa League clash against Olympiacos

Wolves will have to play their first leg tie against Olympiacos as dated, after their plea to postpone the clash got rejected by UEFA despite confirmed reports that owner Evangelos Marinakis has the virus. The game will be played behind closed doors which follows what the rest of Europe are doing.
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