Newly appointed Wolves coach Nuno Esperito Santo will be giving his first press conference this morning (June 1).
He takes over from Paul Lambert, who left the club on Tuesday (June 30) after just six months in charge.
Nuno Esperito Santo guided Porto to a second placed finish last season, and the last 16 of the Champions League.
Prior to that, the 43-year-old spent 18 months at Valencia where he guided them to a fourth placed finish.
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A former Police Inspector has filmed West Midlands Police using what he calls 'excessive force' on fans after Friday night's game between Birmingham City and Wolverhampton Wanderers.
West Midlands Police says it was quelling disorder and used appropriate and proportionate force.
- Watch the mobile phone footage below.
Birmingham City managed to stay ahead of the game tonight winning 2-1 away to Wolves at Molineux in the Championship.
Birmingham City are currently 2-0 up against Wolverhampton Wanderers tonight.
Goals so far have come from Maikel Kieftenbeld who right footed a shot from the centre of the box and David Davis in the 32 minute of the game.
Wolves face their biggest challenge of the FA Cup so far this season when they host Premier League leaders Chelsea at Molineux in the fifth round.
Manager Paul Lambert says he expects formidable opposition on Saturday but a fantastic atmosphere.
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A Wolverhampton Wanderers fan has been handed a three year ban from attending football matches after throwing missiles at Villa supporters.Read the full story ›
One of the leading Norwich City supporters' groups, 'The Canaries Trust', have welcomed the resignation of outgoing Chief Executive Jez Moxey, but have urged the club to work quickly to replace him.
The 53-year-old only took the job in the summer, but left Carrow Road last night by mutual consent.
It means that The Championship club are once again on the lookout for a new CEO, having also had to deal with the departure of David McNally back in May.
While the board of the Canaries Trust welcome the departure of Jez Moxey, a person whose approach and policies have, in our opinion, contributed significantly to the rift between fans and the Football Club we are also concerned that once again the club finds itself without a Chief Executive at a critical period.
We have just experienced a period where the club appeared to be drifting without clear direction and we hope that the board will now be able to find ways to re-engage with the fans and to appoint a new Chief Executive who can drive the club forward.
This has not been a good year for the club or its fans and we trust that this incident will mark the turning of a corner.
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