BREAKING! Wolves Sacks Manager Bruno Lage!

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Wolves manager Bruno Lage has been sacked from his job as the head coach of the Premier League club, MySportDab reports.

Wolves have had a poor start to the 2022/23 Premier League season, with Bruno Lage being blamed for the team’s poor performance this season.

The dismissal of the Portuguese from his role can be linked to the team’s poor performance this season.

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After eight Premier League matches, Wolves have slipped into the relegation zone sitting in the 18th position on the table, which the management of the team finds so uncomfortable.

Bruno Lage played his last match against West Ham yesterday, losing to the London club by two goals to nil.

The loss was a difficult one to take as the team had already fallen off the pecking order in the Premier League.

Meanwhile, Wolves have been mangled with injuries just a few matches to the season, making the club to immediately enlist the services of former Chelsea and Atletico Madrid forward Diego Costa.

Despite the injury crisis that has ruled out two of their forwards, the array of poor and bad results so far this season has been the major issue for Bruno Lage.

Also, the Portuguese had reportedly struggled to pass a perfect team strategy and tactics to build the team, with some top players in the squad already complaining about his tactics.

As of the time of filling this report, Wolves is yet to confirm the development.

However, it has been revealed that the official statement from the club will be released soon to the effect of the dismissal.

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