Birmingham news Murray shares Wolves belief over Jimenez as Wilder makes prediction MetiNews.Com
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Breaking News ! Here are your Wolves morning headlines for Wednesday, September 16. Murray believes Wolves rebuffed Man Utd interest in Jimenez Matt Murray believes Wolverhampton Wanderers are targeting a Champions League finish and that they have rebuffed the likes of Real Madrid and Manchester United for star striker Raul Jimenez. The former Wolves goalkeeper-turned Sky Sports pundit reckons the fact they don’t have to play Europa League football will help their third top flight season exceed their first two. And he identifies the fact Nuno Espirito Santo has put pen to paper on a new three-year deal will be the catalyst for even further progress. Speaking on talkSPORT’s Hawksbee and Jacobs show the 39-year-old was in upbeat mood and discussed Jimenez, who has been linked with Manchester United and Traore, in whom Liverpool are credited with an interest. “Everything Nuno does, him signing a new contract is such a big thing for Wolves,” Murray said. Read the full story here. Raul Jimenez scores for Wolves against Sheffield United Wilder makes prediction about 'lethal' Wolves Chris Wilder believes Wolves are destined for a third successive top half finish after his Sheffield United side were swept aside at Bramall Lane. Wolves were 2-0 up inside six minutes and while they had uncomfortable moments never really looked like leaving with anything other than three points. It was the perfect start to the new campaign - one Wilder thinks is destined for good things.
. “I have a huge amount of respect for Nuno but I am disappointed off the back of a defeat.” Read the full story here.
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Mourinho criticised over Doherty debut after Wolves exit Matt Doherty struggled at times on his Tottenham debut because he was asked to play in an unfamiliar position by Jose Mourinho. That's the view of Sky Sports pundits Gary Neville and Jamie Redknapp, who criticised the Spurs head coach for getting the former Wolves defender's position wrong. Doherty was making his first outing for his new club after leaving Wolves in a £14.7million deal last month. The 28-year-old made over 300 appearances during a decade-long stint at Molineux and in recent years played a key role in the side's transformation under Nuno Espirito Santo. Doherty thrived as a wing-back for Wolves but played in a back four in Sunday's Premier League defeat to Everton. Read the full story here.
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