Wolves fan survey: Have your say on transfer mishaps, Nuno brilliance and the season so far
It is the start of October and Wolverhampton Wanderers have already played, a quite ridiculous, 17 competitive fixtures.
While the rest of England are still at the start of their campaign, Wolves and their fans have been kept occupied since July, 25.
They’ve played (and won) in Ireland, Armenia, Italy and Turkey, as well as that little win in Manchester.
It has already been a season that few of an old gold persuasion will ever forget. Wolves have navigated their way through three potential banana skins and booked their place in the Europa League group stage.
This is your round up of all things Wolverhampton Wanderers; the one-stop shop that will keep you updated on the latest goings on at Molineux and beyond.
Transfers, injuries, match-days and managers, we’ve got you covered.
We’ll be bringing the very latest on Wolves throughout week and around the clock.
Make sure you keep yourself updated with our handy daily catch up…
- Ratings for the season so far- READ
- Wolves rival Villa for January transfer – READ
- Pep’s Wolves praise – READ
- Wolves dealt frustrating Europa League blow – READ
A difficult start to the domestic season still saw goals disallowed by VAR, Neves doing Neves things against Manchester United – and about 457 last minute goals.
Every man, woman and dog were quick to condemn their European campaign as a distraction that would cost them their league form. But after eight games in the league, Wolves sit in 11th place and only four points away from the Champions League places.
Nuno Espirito Santo was committed to keeping his close knit squad in tact, with Patrick Cutrone, Jesus Vallejo and Pedro Neto the only signings to impact the first team.
Meanwhile, we’ve seen Adama Traore become a competent right back, a creator of goals and a scorer of them on the biggest stage.
So what have you made of it all so far?
With the international break now upon us, BirminghamLive has opened up a fans’ panel like an old-fashioned ‘letters to the sports editor’ opportunity for you to have your say.
Give us your name and hometown in the form below and then get on your soapbox.