All posts tagged with: Danny Batth

Wolves on a roll

We are approaching the halfway stage of a thrilling Championship season and Wolves look to be running away with after embarking on a sensational run. They were not given much of a chance before the campaign began after finished 15th in 2016/17, just seven points above the relegation zone. Aston Villa and Middlesbrough were the… Read more →

The Wolves View: Lambert the right choice?

Wolverhampton Wanderers have hit something of a brick wall. Following a progressive two seasons, they stagnated in the Championship last term, due to a combination of an unambitious board, key player exits and dull football. All three of those things arguably changed in the summer, yet head coach Walter Zenga’s reign lasted just 87 days. Fosun International… Read more →

Snodgrass free-kick splits Hull and Wolves

Robert Snodgrass’ last minute free-kick kept Hull’s slim automatic promotion hopes alive in a tight 2-1 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers. The Tigers got an early goal thanks to Adam Diamonde’s tap-in but were pegged back by Dave Edwards’ header. Snodgrass’ winner was a touch harsh on Wolves, who had shown defensive discipline to keep the promotion challengers at… Read more →

Bluebirds Victorious at Molineux

A Craig Noone brace helped Cardiff City to a 3-1 win at Molineux on Saturday. In an afternoon of long-range strikes from the visitors, Joe Ralls followed suit with the third goal after Michal Zyro had reduced the deficit from close range. Russell Slade’s side were no better than Wolves in the middle third of the pitch, but it was… Read more →