Bruno Lage is replaced by Wolves following their fourth Premier League loss

After Wolves’ loss to West Ham on Saturday forced them to fall into the relegation zone, Bruno Lage was sacked as the club’s head coach.

The club’s fourth loss of the year—a 2-0 loss at the London Stadium—has led the Wolves management to the conclusion that a manager change is required.

Bruno Lage is replaced by Wolves following their fourth Premier League loss

Wolves spent £100 million on new players this summer as Lage tried to create a squad in his image, but Lage’s 15-month reign at the club is now ended since he was unable to change the team’s fortunes.

Wolves has only won one of its last 15 Premier League games since a 2-1 victory against Aston Villa at Molineux on April 2.

After Wolves’ most recent defeat on Saturday, which turned out to be Lage’s last game in charge, he commented, “We’re under pressure. We shall carry on working. I am aware that we have supporters. We strive our best to meet their needs. We’re in a horrible place right now, with no objectives or successes.

“We must maintain our efforts. I can guarantee that we will put in a lot of effort each day to help the team win and have successful games.”

The Premier League encounter against Chelsea marks Wolves’ first match of the post-Lage era on the road the following Saturday.

This steep drop may be seen in the one victory in 15 games. They are the Premier League’s lowest scorers so far this year, but that is not the only issue. Because Burnley was demoted in May, they have scored less goals overall since April.

With a side that does not score goals, Lage has not been successful.

There was no evidence of a lack of support because Lage’s name was screamed loudly and frequently during his final two home games. With 15 games remaining, only Dean Saunders and Stale Solbakken had a better record. That is likely to dampen the atmosphere a little, regardless of the league you are in.

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