Plenty of Wolves fans have responded on Twitter to a video of the awkward situation of a journalist’s phone going off during a press conference.
The Wolves Twitter account posted the video, in which you can hear the journalist asking a question about the magnitude of the club’s game against Liverpool.
During which, Nuno interrupts the question to say ‘Lucy’s calling’ – clearly pointing out the fact that his phone had been going off during the question.
Would you be annoyed in Nuno's position?
In all truth, the Portuguese coach doesn’t look particularly happy about the situation, and after saying it was no problem, said that “it has happened before and it will happen again”.
The video got plenty of traction online, where there was a mixed response from the fans who were clearly quite amused by the incident.
One user joked asking why his wife – presumably called Lucy – was deciding to call the boss, while others joked about the sternness of which he responded.
Here are some of the replies below…
"No worries" pic.twitter.com/HdTgzMK2O6
— europa wolf (@europawolf2019) January 22, 2020
It’s happened before it will happen again
— Danny Rosamond (@DannyRosamond) January 22, 2020
It wasnt me
— Lucy Coxon (@lucylegs1506) January 22, 2020
Shame it wasn’t Jorge
— Joshua Lue (@Josh_Lue) January 22, 2020
Would have loved it if Nuno had answered the phone to Lucy!
— Phil Owen (@flowin74) January 22, 2020
Why’s my wife calling Nuno?
— Simon Carvell (@simon_carvell) January 22, 2020
In fairness to the manager, the media responsibilities must get a bit tedious at times, so you understand how it could be a bit frustrating.
Wolves have had a fine season so far, and it will only be getting busier with the end of the transfer window approaching and as the Europa League comes up.