The English Premier League continues today with Wolverhampton Wanderers hosting newly promoted, Brentford at the Molineux Stadium, Brentford continued on their winning ways after flogging their host with a 2:0 scoreline. Goals from Ivan Toney and Bryan Mbeumo won the game for Brentford. Wolves have recorded their fourth defeat in this English Premier League this season which connotes a bad season for Bruno Lage's Wolves.
Wolves have crumbled to a bad performance so far this season after appointing Bruno Lage as their new coach. Solve have conceded five goals and scored only 2 goals despite dominating every game they played. Wolves manager, Bruno Lage needs to improve in two areas if he wants to succeed in Wolves or might be sacked after a continuously poor performance in the EPL.
1. Defensive area:
The defense is the bedrock of every successful team, a team without a good defense is like a house with a pillar that might fall anytime. Wolves manager should adopt other defensive methods rather than the 3 man defense in his game. No team will play 3 man defense without conceding goals. Bruno Lage should apply the 5:3:2 formation and see his defense more solid than before.
2. Striking area:
Wolves forward aren't clinical at the goal despite their dominance in almost all their games this season. A classic winger like Adama Traore needs a classic striker that can convert his passes to goals. Striking has been a major problem to Bruno Lage's Wolves this season and should be improved if the manager wants to succeed this season.
The EPL is very competitive this season and your defense and attack must be very good for your team to succeed. Wolves manager should improve in his defensive and striking areas and see his team winning crucial matches. Drop your opinions using the comment section.
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