Wolves appoint O’Neill as new manager to replace Lopetegui

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Wolves appoint O’Neill as new manager to replace Lopetegui

Wolverhampton Wanderers have hired a new manager to replace Julen Lopetegui, name as expected by former Bournemouth boss Gary O’Neill.

Wolverhampton Wanderers have a new manager. The name is, as expect, Gary O’Neill, the former Bournemouth boss. After having parted ways with Spanish coach Julen Lopetegui just three days before the new Premier League season kicks off.

Wolves fans were shocked by the club’s announcement. That Lopetegui had parted ways. Which the media expects Former Spanish national team coach Dissatisfied with the way the club spends money. This summer until he received the green light from the board to give up the chair

Wolves have confirmed the appointment of 40-year-old Englishman as his replacement. with a 3-year contract

O’Neill parted ways with Bournemouth as a surprise to fans as well. After the season ended before he helped the club survive relegation. Enter the 15th Premier League label as Andoni Iraola, a former Spanish national team defender. and former coach Rayo Vallecano to continue working

Wolves have made constant changes in managers in recent years. Following Nuno Espirito, then Bruno Lage, Lopetegui and, most recently. Report from https://ufabet999.com

English Premier League side Bournemouth have announced the appointment of Gary O’Neill

as their permanent manager on an 18-month contract with the option to extend for a further 12 months, following a satisfactory performance during his tenure as manager. Temporary coach to replace Scott Parker, who was relieved of his position at the end of August. The 39-year-old has been a staff coach at the Cherries since February 2021 before moving up to acting boss. To wait for the club to find a real head coach to take over the team, but it turns out that he did an impressive job leading the team ranked 17th to rank 14th in the table at this time. By leading the team to win 4, draw 4 and lose 4 during the army