Many Wolves fans on Twitter have been touched by an article that discussed the development of Adama Traore.
In an article in the Athletic by David Ornstein, the journalist discusses the Spanish sensation through the words of Tony Pulis, who coached him while at Middlesbrough.
The Welsh manager waxed lyrical about the winger, saying that he was a player who needed an arm around his shoulder and a bit of TLC to get him up and running.
Referencing how Tim Sherwood didn’t rate him at 2015 at Villa Park, it wasn’t until he joined ‘Boro the following season that he began to get heavily coached into the player he is now.
Is Traore our most improved player this season?
Yes, he has transformed as a player
No, he is still too inconsistent
Allegedly, the 61-year-old soon realised that he was the most talented player in the squad and began to coach him accordingly.
So much so that he would often play Traore on either wing in both halves, just so that he would be on the touchline where he could receive direct instructions.
Wolves fan @TomAyWe90 tweeted about the story, sharing it to fellow fans, as you can read below.
— Tom (@WolvesAyWe90) December 4, 2019
Many other fans then responded to that tweet with their own opinions. It seemed to touch many of their supporters, as you can tell from the following tweets.
Sounds like Pulis started the ball rolling and Nuno has continued what he started. Fair play to them both after reading this
— Rob Kendrick (@Robert_Kendrick) December 4, 2019
Most fans around me have gone from laughing or groaning at every mistake he makes, to open stating that we are pretty much relying on Adama to create something for us in every match. I’m sure he’s getting better and better on the back of that positivity too.
— Andy Hammond/\_/\ (@BourneWolf) December 4, 2019
Aww that’s so sweet #gentlegiant xxx
— kelly warren (@mrswozz78) December 4, 2019
The vile made a big mistake in letting him go
— Dean558 (@Dean5582) December 4, 2019
So glad he’s with us.
— Tim Page (@Renobrit) December 4, 2019