Date: 17th September 2019 at 8:00pm
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Wolverhampton Wanderers fans were hoping the club had pulled off another coup when we brought in Real Madrid full back Jesus Vallejo on a season long loan spell over the summer, and the 22-year-old had begun impressing fans during our early Europa League campaign, with him boasting three starts to his name in the competition.

On Saturday, we welcomed Chelsea to the Molineux and head coach Nuno Espirito Santo decided it was time for the Spaniard to make his Premier League bow, and with a 5-2 defeat, it wasn’t a great game for the youngster to come into – but hindsight is wonderful for a reason.

With plenty of Wolves fans taking to social media in the aftermath of the game to criticise or simply plead for patience, with us looking to get up and running and register our first league win, I can certainly see the sense behind those who called for us to get back to basics to ensure we give ourselves the best chance of a lift as possible.

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