According to a piece by football writer and broadcaster Daniel Storey, Wolverhampton Wanderers are within reach of a Champions League qualification spot despite a number of disadvantages that could’ve gone against them – resulting in many supporters from all over the division ultimately praising the club.
This season, Nuno Espirito Santo’s side have impressed in the league, climbing up to sixth spot whilst being level on points with English giants Manchester United. As well as this, Wolves are just three points off Chelsea in fourth – with European qualification very much a realistic goal.
According to Storey, Wanderers have got to this position despite playing the most games out of any team in England, using the fewest players and taking the most points from losing positions per game out of every side in the top flight. As a result, swathes of Premier League fans have lauded Wolves for their mental resilience – find all of their best comments down below, as one supporter said the Molineux outfit are ‘everyone’s favourite second team’…
Tbh I’m a bit sick of hearing this fatigue nonsense
Wolves are showing exactly how it should be done with a great side and management
— mike (@Kogg1962) March 3, 2020
Refreshing read. 🙌
— Bato (@KBWWFC81) March 3, 2020
— Kuran Singh Rai (@90mins_AndMore) March 3, 2020
Only Liverpool has lost fewer games than Wolves in the league this season. Pretty impressive considering the amount of football they have played.
— Back2Basics (@Back2Ba5ics) March 3, 2020
I honestly think, like us to some extent, wolves is a fantastic story of how to transform a club to become everyone’s favourite ‘second’ team. (well third behind the blades but you know what I mean)Fantastic things they are doing,
— Al (@StanSmiths73) March 3, 2020
Great piece. Lovely to see the club’s philosophy being appreciated outside of the immediate fan base.
— Craig Easterbrook (@Bunson1860) March 3, 2020
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