Wolves sack Bruno Lage after slipping into drop zone with West Ham defeat

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  • Manager dismissed after 16 months at the helm
  • Ex-Olympiakos manager Pedro Martins in the frame

Wolves have sacked Bruno Lage as head coach after a dismal start to the season culminated in the club dropping into the Premier League relegation zone. The club’s owners, Fosun, decided to act after defeat at West Ham on Saturday extended their dire form to one win in 15 matches, a run that dates back to April.

Wolves have sounded out the former Olympiakos coach Pedro Martins and are expected to hold further talks this week. The Portuguese, who won three Greek league titles and faced Wolves in the Europa League in 2019-20, is a strong contender and is keen on working in the Premier League. Wolves previously considered the Sevilla manager, Julen Lopetegui, and could revive their interest in the former Spain coach.

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Written by Ben Fisher
This news first appeared on https://www.theguardian.com/football/2022/oct/02/wolves-sack-bruno-lage-after-slipping-into-drop-zone-with-west-ham-defeat under the title “Wolves sack Bruno Lage after slipping into drop zone with West Ham defeat”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.