Since losing Raul Jimenez to a horrific head injury in November 2020, Wolves have picked up just 8 points in 11 matches. They've stumbled down the table to 14th, and they look a far cry from the side that finished 7th in previous back to back seasons. Without Raul Jimenez and a sudden abandonment of their back-three mantra, Nuno Espirito Santo's side look like a team that lack a clear identity to win football matches. This comes as a surprise, given that Wolverhampton had one of the clearest identities in the league two seasons in a row before this one. After their toothless performance in the second half against West Bromwich Albion, leading to a 3-2 defeat, we take a look at what's gone wrong for the Raul Jimenez-less Wolverhampton Wanderers in 2020-21.
In a league that is often called a one-horse race, Ligue 1 has been extroadinarily entertaining so far. At the beginning of the season, every single person you'd ask would have expected Paris Saint Germain to be top of the table right now but instead they sit in third place behind both AS Moncao and … Continue reading Ligue 1 Team of the Season Halfway Through 2016-17