Date: 16th September 2019 at 8:30pm
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It was a hugely frustrating day for Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday as we returned to proper football in our Premier League tie with Chelsea at the Molineux.

Falling to a 5-2 defeat on the day, and it’s fair to say Chelsea win was deserved and justified, our search for a top flight win in the campaign of 2019/20 continues and although we are only five games in, we do unfortunately find ourselves down in 19th spot in the table.

Plenty will debate how much of an impact our early start to the season with the Europa League campaign is affecting us, others will lean on second season syndrome, but at this early stage of the season we shouldn’t be throwing the baby out with the bathwater.

That doesn’t mean fans can’t criticise players who have had a particularly bad day, and the usually reliable Conor Coady certainly fell by his own standards – again though, Chelsea were clinical and plenty of fans will note the defensive changes by head coach Nuno Espirito Santo as potentially not exactly helping things.

We just have to dust off and look for improvements. Coady wasn’t the only one to slip from his usual standards, but it’s football, it happens.

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