With Wolverhampton Wanderers tasting Premier League Asia Trophy success this weekend with a penalty victory over Manchester City where Rui Patricio was the clear hero from the game, there were plenty of other things for fans to be delighted about as our preparations continue for a second year in the top flight.
With head coach Nuno Espirito Santo including plenty of youngsters in the game as we look to bring through some more homegrown stars again, defender Dion Sanderson may well be a new name to me, but he did his hopes absolutely no harm in the game as plenty of fans were raving about the 19-year-old following the game.
The youngster had replaced Adama Traore and filled in at right wing back in the comprehensive victory over Newcastle United in our previous game, and he did the same in this one against City, coming on as a 62nd minute substitute and he again caught the eye.
The production line at Wolves is obviously back on track in recent years we've had MGW now the current bunch coming through. This Sanderson looks like he could do a job this year. Great haircut as well.
— Benjamin B Jones (@BennyB_UK) July 20, 2019
Impressed by Sanderson. Looks like a good prospect and excited to see what he can bring!
— Liam Willis (@MrLiamWillis) July 20, 2019
Well Done Guys, Tackled really well, Impressed with Sanderson when he came on, Unlucky for @ryanb587 , City moaning about no Aguero or Ferdy we had no Doherty or Jimi. Get in ????????⚽️???????? @Wolves
— Prince Hamlet (@princehamlet587) July 20, 2019
Like the look of Sanderson.Looks a prospect.
— gareth ondrak (@HackneyWolves) July 20, 2019
Young wolves did well. Sanderson looks a good prospect.
— Jo Gough ???????? (@goughy123456) July 20, 2019
Dion Sanderson looks a pretty good player – Had reasonable impact on game ????????#Wolves
— Mark stebbings (@mark_stebbo30) July 20, 2019
— Julie R (@falmouth_wolf) July 20, 2019
He looked good didn't he? Very composed for his age, the future's looking bright
— FWAW (@Wolves_ay_we_18) July 21, 2019
Some really good ones for the future in that squad. I think Sanderson was his name who really caught my eye, superb player
— Tom (@Tom_Kirkby_15) July 20, 2019