Academy Awards (Oscars) 2021 American Football Baseball Basketball Chess Cricket Cycling Darts Esports Football Golf Horse racing Ice Hockey Poker Politics Rugby Union Snooker Swimming: European Aquatics Championships 2021 Tennis Trotting Other sports Other odds Old odds Sports Betting Casinos Casinoranker

Wolves manager odds

next Wolves manager odds

Wolves next manager after Nuno Espírito Santo

Odd unit: EU | UK | US
No Odds Right Now1.001.00

Who is Wolves manager?

Nuno Espírito Santo is the current Wolves manager after replacing Paul Lambert in May 2017. Nuno Espírito Santo was born on 25 January 1974 in São Tomé, São Tomé and Príncipe. Santo also played football professionally for clubs around Portugal and Russia such as Porto, Avez and Dynamo Moscow.

During his playing career, Nuno Espírito Santo played for Santoantoniense, Quimigal, Caçadores Torreenses and Vitória Guimarães in his youth days between the years of 1985 and 1992. In his senior career, Santo played for Vitória Guimarães, Vila Real on loan, Deportivo La Coruña, Mérida on loan, Osasuna on loan, Porto, Dynamo Moscow and Aves. He only made 199 competitive appearances throughout his 18 year playing career and failed to score a goal in his entire career. He also played for the Portuguese under 18’s National team all the way to the Portuguese B team but failed to make the National Team in his career.

Santo has only managed a handful of clubs in Rio Ave, Valencia and Porto before joining Wolverhampton Wanderers between the years of 2012 to the current day. However, Santo has impressed at each of these clubs but failed to win many trophies. He won individual trophies such as the La Liga Manager of the Month award and Premier League Manager of the Month award but will have to win more trophies at Wolverhampton Wanderers.

In May 2017, Nuno Espírito Santo was appointed by Wolverhampton Wanderers as their new manager to replace Paul Lambert. In his first season at the club, he signed Ruben Neves from FC Porto for £16m along with spending another £8m on other players including impressive loan deals. These players guided the club to a first place finish in the Championship which gave them promotion to the Premier League. In the following transfer window, Wolves spent over £100m on players such as Jonny Otto and Diogo Jota from Atlético, Adama Traore from Middlesborough and Rui Patricio from Sporting CP. These players then took Wolverhampton Wanderers to a 7th placed finish in their opening season in the Premier League.