Lopetegui unveiled as Wolves coach, promises team comeback

Browse By

Julen Lopetegui, the new head coach Wolverhampton are confident that they can pull the wolves from the bottom of the table for sure. But have to work hard during the World Cup break. Until January, there is an army of new players to strengthen the team.

Julen Lopetegui, the new manager of Wolverhampton Wanderers. A club in the English Premier League, debuts in front of the media for the first time. After taking over the army with a 3-year contract, confident that it will be able to change the bad situation. At this time, the UFABET team fell to the bottom of the table to return to do better.

Lopetegui unveiled as Wolves coach, promises team comeback

Army Wolf announces appointment spanish trainer Officially on Saturday. To replace Bruno Lache, who was relieved of his position in early October. But according to the contract, the 56-year-old head coach will start working from Monday. When he recently appeared in front of reporters. 

The former Real Madrid and Sevilla coach said: “Six years ago, I had the opportunity to come here. but still not managing the team Now that I’m here again, it’s the right moment. I want to stay here and I want to manage a team in the Premier League. I know the team is not in the best situation. but we are sure will be able to change with more hard work I believe in the players, the club and I believe that we can have a great future.” 

Wolves ‘ red label trainer also spoke about the recruitment in January. When the market opens We have the possibility to reinforce and we will do so. He will not mention the name of the new player. Because the most important thing for the next 4 games we have to play is the players of this team. We believe in this team. We will continue to work hard.

For Lopetegui ‘s first game in charge is the Carabao Cup fourth round at Wolverhampton. They are set to host Gillingham next month after the 2022 World Cup is over, before a league trip to Everton, who are equally poor in 17th place in the table on Saturday.