Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo was presented with an award as the best Portuguese manager operating outside his homeland by a journalist from Portugal ahead of tonight’s Europa League clash against Braga.
Express & Star writer Nathan Judah tweeted about the award for Nuno on his Twitter channel @njudah_star, with an image to verify that the Wolves manager was indeed presented with a colourful statuette.
— Nathan Judah (@njudah_star) September 18, 2019
Nuno is no stranger to individual managerial honours during his time at Molineux, having been named EFL Championship Manager of the Month in November 2017, LMA Championship Manager of the Year for the 2017/18 season and Premier League Manager of the Month last September.
He has also been awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Sport from the University of Wolverhampton, as reported by the Express & Star, but Wolves go into this game off the back of a difficult start to the season.
Bet Jose never got it….
— NAG (@Kingwolf84) September 18, 2019
Damn right number nuno
— Lesane~parish~crooks (@Treborm44) September 18, 2019
Marco silva bodied, you love to see it
— SuperWolves (@superwolves22) September 18, 2019
Wolves going to be fine!.
— david john fox (@davidjohnfox2) September 18, 2019
Must’ve been for last season then
— StoneWolf (@Stonewolf68) September 18, 2019
— andrew (@andrew35391881) September 18, 2019
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