Never-say-die attitude shows itself yet again.
Byline: A bit of Bully With Steve Bulfll
WHAT a performance again from Wolves last weekend to get the win at Spurs - and what a stadium to do it in!
The boys really have got a never-say-die attitude to come from behind again to win at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium - which has to be the best football ground around right now.
It's unbelievable how good the stadium is - they've left no stone unturned to make sure that ground is the best it possibly could be and they've done an incredible job.
I've seen for myself the transformation of Molineux from what it was when I joined in 1986 to the superb stadium we've got today. There's been talk of revamping Molineux at some point in the future and if the bosses at Wolves are ever looking for inspiration or a few ideas when the time comes, Spurs is the stadium to look at.
The Wolves fans certainly enjoyed it there too! They never stopped singing and got the result they wanted when Raul Jimenez got the winner.
I thought Jimenez, Diogo Jota and Adama Traore were superb again. With that three, I think with have one of the best attacking trios around. Obviously Liv-erpool have a fearsome three up front with Mane, Firmino and Salah while Spurs have struggled with two of their top trio of Kane, Son and Alli injured. Aside from those two sides, I don't see a better attacking force than Wolves' right now.
Jose Mourinho had a bit of a moan after the game, saying Wolves had gone there with a gameplan but what did he expect? That we would go there and lie down for them? No way! We've done it at Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal - we're not going to make it easy for Spurs.
To come back from a losing position to win again was fantastic but they're going to have to be careful though - they are are not going to be able to do it all the time and it will come back to bite them if they're not careful.
I'd much rather Wolves made a habit of getting the first goal and then the onus is on the other side to get back into the game.
That starts today against Brighton before we head off to Greece for the Europa League clash with Olympiacos.
We need something from that game - an away goal at least. When we get them back to Molineux the atmosphere will be electrifying. I can't wait!
We have one of the best attacking trios around
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|Author:||A bit of Bully With Steve Bulfll|
|Publication:||Shropshire Star (Shropshire, England)|
|Date:||Mar 7, 2020|
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