Wolves Striker, Robbie Keane Retires From Playing Football

Former Aston Villa and Wolverhampton Wanderers striker, Robbie Keane has announced his retirement from football. The 38-year-old footballer has revealed his decision in his statement. Keane has been successful in scoring 68 goals in around 146 games in 18 years of his career for the Republic of Ireland. He has been named as the assistant manager of national side to Mic McCarthy.

Keane has played for the team of Tottenham, Liverpool, and also Inter Milan during the time of his successful career. He has managed to score 325 goals in 737 matches. Keane paid special tribute to Wolves who offered him his senior debut.

CARDIFF TO FIGHT BRIGHTON, WOLVES AGAINST ARSENAL

Cardiff need to get the result against Brighton & Hove Albion when both sides meet on Saturday. The Premier League new boys have garnered just three points in the last six games while their next opponents Brighton have won three times and lost three times in their last six games.

They would need to pick themselves up after narrow loss to Leicester, especially as they play Brighton at home. They need to garner some points for morale before they face Everton after the international break and a final game in the month of November against Wolves.

Alan Shearer heaps praise on Wolves after Manchester City draw

Newcastle United legend Alan Shearer has heaped praise on Wolverhampton Wanderers after they were secured a well-earned 1-1 draw against Manchester City on Saturday. The Premier League newcomers were expected to be blown away by the reigning champions but they gave a more than good account of themselves as they secured a stalemate at the Molineux.

Following the game, Shearer was pleased with the organisation of the entire team and he was particularly complimentary about Joao Moutinho, who was pivotal in making interceptions in the centre of the park, he said: “They were organised all over the park, they were never far away from each other. Their link-up play, their understanding of each other, when one should go, whether one should press and whether one should actually sit.

Mowbray proud of promotion

Blackburn Rovers coach Tony Mowbray said that he is proud of what he has achieved with the team after they have won promotion from League One. He said that is a proud moment of his career and that he is looking forward to next season where they will be competing in the Championship.

He said that it was not easy to take over a club that has been experiencing all sorts of problems on the pitch and off the pitch. He said that when he took charge of the club he received a lot of texts messages from people that told him that he was doing a mistake in going for the job.

Wolverhampton Wanderers Captain Conor Coady Enjoying The Moment

Wolverhampton Wanderers captain Conor Coady has admitted that he is enjoying the moment of winning the Championship title rather than looking far ahead into the future. The Wolves sealed the crown after beating Bolton Wanderers 4-0 on the road and following the game, Coady revealed his delight over a successful season.

Wolverhampton Wanderers Insists They Have Not Broken FA Or EFL Regulations

Championship leaders Wolverhampton Wanderers have stressed that they have complied with the FA and EFL regulations amid concerns raised over their ownership structure. The west Midlands side have come for criticism from several other clubs around them owing to their vast sums spent on players and wages during the ongoing campaign.

Bright Enobakhare: Wolves' family spirit key to success

Wolves striker Bright Enobakhare has highlighted that Nuno Espirito Santo has created a "family" spirit at the Molineux which has been key towards the club's push for promotion from the Championship. The 19-year-old has only played a bit-part role during the Wolves' rise, but he still has total faith in the west Midlands side, who hold a 11-point over second-placed Derby County.

Speaking to BBC WM, he said: "He believes in his players and he trusts us. He plays a big part, but it is not just the coach. We are like a family. We all have to trust each other and then we go far. Everyone knows their job, we're working with a good coach and you have to stay switched on."

Wolves: N’Diaye wants two Things

Wolves have had a fabulous start to the season as they sit just three points off top spot. There have been a number of shining lights at the club so far and the latest is the hero of the last-gasp victory over Barnsley on Saturday, Alfred N’Diaye.

The loanee, who arrived from La Liga side, Villarreal, on transfer deadline day made himself an instant hero with the Molineux faithful with the injury-time winner that kept Wolves breathing down the necks of Cardiff, Leeds and Sheffield United at the top of the Championship table.

Wolves: N’Diaye wants two things

Wolves have had a fabulous start to the season as they sit just three points off top spot.


There have been a number of shining lights at the club so far and the latest is the hero of the last-gasp victory over Barnsley on Saturday, Alfred N’Diaye.

The loanee, who arrived from La Liga side, Villarreal, on transfer deadline day made himself an instant hero with the Molineux faithful with the injury-time winner that kept Wolves breathing down the necks of Cardiff, Leeds and Sheffield United at the top of the Championship table.

Nuno Happy with the Performance of Wolves in EFL Cup

Wolves manager Nuno claimed that he is proud of his players after they secured a crucial victory over Southampton in the EFL Cup.


The big spending Championship outfit were the underdogs coming into the game, but there was a doubt whether the club would focus on the league campaign over the EFL Cup. After spending heavily in the summer, Wolves are targeting a return to the Premier League and the club suffered a major blow in their objective after suffering a 2-1 loss against Cardiff City during the weekend. It enabled the Cardiff, one of their promotion rivals, to get ahead in the table.
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