Wolves appoint Nuno Espirito santo as head coach
Wolves have appointed former Valencia and Porto boss Nuno Espirito santo as their head coach for the upcoming seasons, replacing Paul Lambert.
The 43 year old gaffer comes to English football with a wealth of experience in managing top European clubs. In his previous stints as a coach, Nuno helped Porto to secure a second place finish in Portuguese league and also lead the team to reach knockout stages of European championship.
— Wolves (@Wolves) June 1, 2017
He had a fantastic first season with Spanish side Valencia, helping them to secure a fourth place finish in La Liga.
Wolves had a disappointing season with a fifteenth place finish in the league table which lead to the appointment of former Porto boss. The former goalkeeper is assigned with a task of leading Wolves back to Premier League.