All posts tagged with: Jorge Mendes

Wolves v Cardiff: who has the staying power?

Two of the three remaining teams with a 100% Championship record this season, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Cardiff City meet to give us an early indication as to who might last the distance. Wolves’ success underlines the modernization of the division. They have recruited their coaching team and lots of players from overseas, largely through 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 →

Middlesbrough Season Preview

The Football Lab interviewed Middlesbrough fan James Cartwright, ahead of the new season. You can follow him on Twitter @James94Cart. Here, he discusses the team’s defensive improvements under Aitor Karanka, Boro’s goalkeeping dilemma, and the need for an out-and-out goalscorer. Having got the job in November, Aitor Karanka is Middlesbrough’s first non-British manager. Was an appointment… Read more →