How Would Wolves Lineup Without Any Portuguese Player?

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Here we show you the lineup Wolves would have without its Portuguese players

Have you ever wondered how Wolves would lineup without its Portuguese players? We gathered some information from Transfermarkt for some of the best clubs in the world, that is, their all-time performing stats.

This article will tell you about the lineup that the Premier League club Wolves would have without its Portuguese players.

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Wolves Without Portuguese Players

  • Rayan Aït-Nouri
  • Raúl Jiménez
  • Hwang Hee-chan
  • Luke Cundle
  • Leander Dendoncker
  • Romain Saïss
  • Jonathan Otto
  • Max Kilman
  • Conor Coady
  • Ki-Jana Hoever
  • John Ruddy (GK)

Wolves lost 1-0 to West Ham in their recent Premier League game. They are currently sitting on 8th position on the league points table and if things keep going on like this, they would see themselves in the Europa League again.

35-year-old goalkeeper John Ruddy is the oldest player in this lineup. He is one of the two replacements for their main goalkeeper Jose Sa in the squad.

On Sunday, Liverpool won the EFL Cup (their 6th domestic cup title) after defeating Chelsea 11-10 on penalties. Kepa Arrizabalaga was the one who missed his shot from the penalty spot, not to mention he kicked the ball like a ‘goal kick’.

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Jurgen Klopp will now have his eyes on their 20th Premier League title and Manchester City are their biggest obstacle that stand in the way. Hence Guardiola said they’ll need to win every game between now and the end of the season.

“It’s not the first time we’ve been in this situation and we have learned from that in the past,” Guardiola told The Independent.

“If you want to be champion in the Premier League, against this rival – Liverpool, they are not going to drop points – you have to do your job in nearly all the games.

“We felt it in the past and we have to do it this year. So it’s not an exception.

“Eleven games left and we know exactly what we need to do; we need to win all of them or nearly all of them to be champion.

“Every game will be an incredibly tough battle and you have to face every game knowing if we drop points it will be difficult to be champion.”

By Shyam
Shyam Sharma who joined SPORTS BIG NEWS in 2021. Focuses on soccer – chiefly the Premier League, LaLiga, UEFA Champions League, Liga MX and MLS. On occasion, also covers American sports, general news and entertainment. Fascinated by the language of sport – particularly the under-appreciated art of translating cliché-speak.