Wolverhampton Wanderers have confirmed the sacking of Bruno Lage following a torrid begin to the season.
The Midlands membership are presently within the Premier League relegation zone having received simply one in every of their first eight recreation this season, scoring simply three objectives.
The ultimate straw from the membership’s administrators was this previous weekend’s demoralising 2-0 defeat to West Ham United at London Stadium.
An official assertion on the membership’s web site relating to the information reads: “Wolves have parted firm with head coach Bruno Lage.
“Lage had been in cost at Molineux since June 2021, guiding Wolves to a tenth place end in his first Premier League season.
“Throughout that marketing campaign, Lage was awarded the Premier League Supervisor of the Month for January and guided the membership to memorable victories at Aston Villa and Manchester United.
“Whereas bettering Wolves’ factors tally from the 2020/21 season, Lage developed younger gamers akin to Maximilian Kilman and Rayan Ait-Nouri and oversaw the squad’s transition, which introduced the likes of Jose Sa and Matheus Nunes to the membership.”
Within the launch, Wolves chairman Jeff Shi additionally commented on the choice to sack Lage, stating: “Bruno is a wonderful coach, a hardworking and devoted supervisor, and a heat, smart and trustworthy man.
“He and his workers have been a pleasure to work with all through their time at Wolves, so it’s with a lot disappointment that we now have needed to make what has been a troublesome determination.
“I truthfully don’t have any doubts about Bruno’s means, and I’m positive he’ll succeed elsewhere, nevertheless the staff’s type and performances over the previous couple of months imply that we now have no alternative however to behave. On behalf of everybody at Wolves, I want to place on document our gratitude to Bruno and his teaching staff for all their efforts throughout their time with the membership, and need them the perfect for the long run.”