Wolverhampton Wanderers’ 23-year old Brazilian striker, Leonardo Bonatini, has been voted Sky Bet Championship player of the month, having scored […]
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On a fascinating night in the Carabao Cup there was heartbreak for Wolves but delirium for Bristol City.
Wolves announced last night that midfielder Jack Price has signed a new 18-month contract at Molineux.
Five Championship teams in Carabao Cup action tonight, with Wolves and Norwich facing tough tasks.
Nuno Espirito Santo looks set to make star man Diogo Jota’s loan move from Atletico Madrid permanent in January.
Wolves taking on heated rivals Aston Villa headlines a trio of Football League games to watch this weekend.
Slavisa Jokanovic is said to be keen to bring out of favour Wolves midfielder Ben Marshall to Craven Cottage.
23-year-old is on loan at Molineux from Saudi side Al-Hilal, but doesn’t want to return to his parent club.
Wolves’ terrific start to the Championship season under Nuno Espirito Santo has the club dreaming of stadium expansion once again.
The Irishman announced his retirement today after heeding medical advice.
Another busy mid-week in the Championship, with Cardiff v Leeds the pick of the action.
The Cardiff manager has spilled the beans on the teams he expected to be at the top of the Championship this season.
Tough assignments for the Canaries and Wolves, while Leeds travel to Leicester in the next round of the Carabao Cup.
Stoke fell victim to Bristol City and Leeds topped Burnley in an enthralling night of Carabao Cup action.
The Portuguese starlet has made a fine start to life in England under the guidance of countryman Nuno Espirito Santo.
The Carabao Cup returns tonight with eleven games and five more on Wednesday.
Seven games into the season, we’ve got just enough minutes under our belt to start recognising key performers in this season’s EFL.
Legendary goalscorer Steve Bull hails Nuno Espirito Santo’s start to the season and the football he’s got Wolves playing.
There’s a new team on top of the second tier, as Thomas Christiansen’s Leeds replace Neil Warnock’s Bluebirds at the summit.
Wolves winger Ben Marshall opens up about the progress being made at Molineux.