Nah it's way too early for that he's got a lot of credit in the bank, he's a God in Wolves, they absolutely love him. Maybe if they're still struggling come December though...They’re in trouble already, I think if they lose this weekend Nuno will be on the brink.
I don't think they will go down either but man would I love it.They won't go down. Too much quality.
Once they're out of Europe they will settle and start getting points. I don't think they will kick on at all though and the whole 'wolves have a long term plan to get in to the top six' idea has taken a bit of a hit.
Cutrone was really bad tonight, looks similar to his Milan form where there's plenty of huff and puff but he just doesn't score enough goals.
Inexperienced team, relatively small club with limited resources so small squad, having to juggle european football for the first time, focusing pre-season conditioning for getting match fit very quickly so as to be in good form for EL qualifying stagesTrue, but they also drew to Burnley. And the big games were the ones Wolves were getting some tremendous results in last season. Matches like Chelsea at home were prime scalp territory for them, but this season they got whitewashed in a truly shite performance.
They're not defending or counter attacking with nearly the same efficiency, and they're obviously low on confidence so the result tonight doesn't surprise me. Was surprised they didn't build their squad up a bit more in the summer because it's a pretty small one and with both domestic & european games they could definitely struggle for fitness.
That first half is one of the worst things Ive ever seen. Especially after watching Ajax and PSV this week. Im used to not being entertained but my God.@KirkDuyt Bah. Same old, same old from Feyenoord: no leadership in the field, panic, chaos and hasty inaccurate passing without anything resembling a plan or cohesion...
Really expected better from Stam.
In other news, Ajax wasn’t the only club scoring European points for once! PSV accidentally won and AZ decided to go the hard way with an early red card, yet managed a draw.
TBH, Conceição not the biggest responsible here. Despite you guys beating us at our own stadium, your squad is much weaker this season, because you lost several key players. Apart from Luis Diaz who I rate as a young player with a bright future and Marchesin who was a quick fix transfer in order to get a ready-made goalkeeper who despite not being extraordinary, he's not a liability either, all the other hirings were underwhelming IMHO. Saravia, Uribe, Zé Luis are all risky transfers for a top club of our league, not only because those players are not fantastic (don't get me wrong: I know Saravia and Uribe made solid seasons last year, but they won't become world beaters even by our league standards), but also because of the age factor. If they were younger you had more chance to at least have some return on future sales / loans.We are dreadful, it's the third year with this manager and we play worse and worse...
Fer made some decent slidings to break off Ranger attacks, but half of those attacks were induced by Feyenoord players not being able to pass in one another’s feet over two to five meters. They screwed up so many passes and took so much time to try and control the ball and so often tried an interception at the same time as a Rangers player to create a toss up of who’d get the ball, I’m really amazed the Rangers didn’t take more advantage of it. Which says a lot about how badly Rangers were playing. It’s not like Feyenoord was facing some stellar opponent. Quite the contrary. :/ I do hope they turn this around, but ffs Feyenoord, man up!That first half is one of the worst things Ive ever seen. Especially after watching Ajax and PSV this week. Im used to not being entertained but my God.
The next time people ask me what's so good about Frenkie de Jong, I will show them Leroy Fer playing at 6. Im pretty sure at least one of his parents is an actual bus.
What are you talking about?Really impressive stuff from the Arsenal youngsters. Emery should be giving them more chances to develop rather than just Europa League and Carling Cup matches.