FORMER MLS STAR SEEKS RETURN TO ENGLISH FOOTBALL

According to reports, former Major League star and Republic of Ireland striker Robbie Keene could make a shock return to the English football after a five-year spell with Los Angeles Galaxy FC English Second tier side, Preston North End is among clubs to have registered an interest in the Irish Striker.


The 36-year-old left the Los Angeles Galaxy last year November as a free agent. Speaking to the media after his MLS departure, Kaene said: “I still feel sharp – I look after myself very well – and I have certainly got a lot of goals left inside of me.
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WOLVES CRASH TO QPR DEFEAT

Wolves lost 1-2 to Queen Park Rangers in the English Championship, with the Rangers using the game to end their six straight games losing streak. A late winner from Pawel Wszolek ensured Wolves lost at Molineux.

Idrissa Sylla opened scoring in the second half when he connected to a cross from Wszolek in the 53rd minute. The hosts fought back to equalize through Edwards who scored from Helder Costa’s cross in the 61st minute. Wszolek effort in the 87th minute ensured QPR ended victors after the encounter.

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Paul Lambert wants to promote Wolverhampton to the Premier League

It’s been around 1 week since Paul Lambert took over the English League Championship club Wolverhampton and the 47 year old Scottish manager has outlined what he is planning to accomplish as the recently appointed head coach of Wolverhampton Wanderers.


"Sometimes you have a good feeling about things. This is a good feeling. It feels like the right fit. This isn't a football club which has no history attached to it. There’s a fantastic fan base here and, if you have that, you have a chance. Even when I came here with Norwich and Blackburn, it was always a great atmosphere and we as a team has to get the fans going and give them something back’’ Paul Lambert said.

FORMER WOLVES COACH DIES

A former manager of Wolverhampton Graham Hawkins has died at the age of 70. Hawkins was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin Lymphoma seven years ago. He fought for his life all through the years whilst still raising money for other cancer patients at Shrewsbury’s Royal Hospital.

Hawkins remains part of the few that supported Wolves a young boy, before going on to play for the club, and manage the team. He scouted talents for his local club as well.

Promotion is the next aim for Wolverhampton and investments will be made

Fosun International Limited bought Wolverhampton Wanderers on July 21st of the ongoing year and the Chinese investment group has unveiled their desire of spending around £20 million -£30 million in signing new players and hopefully snatches a promotion spot that will allow them to compete in the Premier League for the next season.


Jeff Shi is the representative of Fosun International and he has recently stated that their capacity of investment is huge and that spending somewhere along the region of £25 million is not a problem as the Chinese investment group is ready and prepared to do it.

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