Date: 25th May 2019 at 7:00am
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It’s been a mixed year for former Wolverhampton Wanderers record signing Adama Traore following his £18million switch from Middlesbrough.

Fans have seen glimpses of his raw pace and ability, but just as warned, his final end product still requires a fair amount of work. The 23-year-old only made 12 starting appearances across all competitions, but featured more regular as a substitute for head coach Nuno Espirito Santo. Despite seeming to be a project, he did only return one goal and one assist in our Premier League campaign and for a lot of fans, his best performances actually came in the defensive right midfield role – despite the talk of trying to turn him into a central striker.

The Mirror recently ramped up speculation about his future by claiming – without substantiation – that we had made him available for transfer this summer, but Nuno himself appears to have contradicted that claim in a recent interview with the Shropshire Star.

“He has to be faster. Faster with the ball. It’s a lot of work, but I think we are doing well. Not all the players who come have to have immediate success, immediately reach their highest point. I still believe a lot of us will become better. It’s about time, trust and confidence.”

Doesn’t sound like we’ve lost faith in him yet.

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One Reply to ““Time, Trust & Confidence” – Nuno’s Comments On 23 y/o Wolves Man Are Interesting Given Transfer Speculation”

  • The mirror is like the sun- garbage, it’s all media speculation to keep the “fans” happy were has seasoned fans will wait until xyz player is at Compton signing on.

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