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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 →

Can Jackett get the best out of Wallace?

Wolverhampton Wanderers have had a disappointing season. They are 12 points off the top six, therefore effectively out of the play-off reckoning by March. The Midlands outfit have been playing uninspiring football for much of the season and carry a limited attacking threat. Their underwhelming tally of 45 goals in 37 games can be attributed to many factors:… 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 →

Wycombe Wanderers Season Preview

The Football Lab interviewed Wycombe Wanderers fan @ChairBoyWWFC ahead of the new season. He discusses the club’s ownership situation, the progress of midfielder Josh Scowen, and the effect last season’s dramatic survival could have. You stayed up on the final day last season, in very dramatic circumstances. Is this an experience that will help the players grow… Read more →