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Wolves: Fans fume over conceded penalty

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Loads of Wolves fans have been left fuming as they conceded a penalty in their pre-season game against Coventry City.

As tweeted by The Athletic journalist Tim Spiers, a penalty was conceded against the EFL Championship club after Ki-Jana Hoever was ‘sucked into trouble’ and ended up bundling one of their players over.

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Martyn Waghorn eventually beat John Ruddy from the spot and made the score 2-1, meaning that the Midlands club had to nervously hold on to victory.

Of course, no supporter wants to see their side conceding goals, but Hoever gifted Coventry the opportunity to score from the penalty spot quite cheaply, and those kind of errors are what Bruno Lage will want to cut out ahead of the new 2021/22 Premier League season.

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Wolves fans on conceded penalty

These WWFC supporters were left fuming as the news of the penalty being conceded was shared by Spiers on his Twitter page, with one Wanderer even going as far as to claim that it was ‘typical’:

“This defence be conceding 4 goals a game in the Prem shambles”

Credit: @satsomboon

“Defence is a shambles, injury prone and liable. Worrying if its like this even in a friendly”

Credit: @DarrenJones86

“The eventual defensive error leading to a goal has happened not surprised”

Credit: @Alexwwfc_

“Defence is a shambles. Going to get spanked in the Prem”

Credit: @Ianph61


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“Hoever sucked into troubleā€¦. very good”

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