Mayhem Of The Climatic Kind

Long Breaks Of The Past Were Nothing Like This

In another two or three weeks, the gap between Premier League fixtures played by Wolves will have stretched longer – and more painfully – than the traditional summer break. It was nine weeks ago yesterday that Nuno and his players signed off at Molineux with the game against Brighton and it’s a sobering thought that today would have been the final day of the top-flight season, with exciting issues to be resolved away from and possibly around Wolves’ visit to Chelsea.