Willy Boly and Léo Bonatini send Wolves top with victory over Norwich

31 October 2017 09:44
Nuno Espírito Santo exhibited the calm of a Buddhist teacher and delivered his koans after this comfortable victory. “It’s not the where, it’s not the who, it’s the how,” the Portuguese said. “I keep on saying that because it’s important. The first step the boys took was to assume that defeat in the last game was not the way. This is the first step and we took it together. We stood up together and it was good.”It certainly was. A loss at Loftus Road against QPR had cast momentary aspersions on Wolves’ credentials as favourites for Championship promotion. Three days later and they have returned to the top of the division. Composed and controlled they could have scored several more than just the two goals against a Norwich side who themselves had lost only one game in nine. Related: Simon Grayson sacked as Sunderland manager after draw with Bolton Continue reading. . read full article

Source: TheGuardian