Wolves are on the brink of reaching Premier League, but they mustn’t lose their identity


Talksport’s Ian Abrahams takes a look at the seemingly unstoppable phenomenon at Molineux that is sweeping the Championship aside. BUYING success in football is trickier than it looks, you can’t just chuck money at players and get them to gel. But that’s what Wolves have achieved this season. They’re unstoppable. Promotion to the Premier League looks inevitable.


Wolves look are blowing away all before them in the Championship

The Molineux ‘project’ sits a little uncomfortably with me though. Do Ruben Neves, Diego Jota or Leo Bonatini have any idea about the legacies of Derek Dougan, Steve Daley or Steve Bull?

I’m sure Wolves fans aren’t moaning but the club has lost some of its identity. Opponents this weekend are Sunderland, who could make history in the next couple of weeks. If they don’t beat Fulham or Birmingham at home, they’ll have gone a  calendar year without winning a league game at home.


Talksport star Ian The Moose Abrahams was speaking exclusively to The SunThe club is sinking and another relegation looks on the cards. Those in charge  should hang their heads in shame.

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Elsewhere  the FA Cup third- round draw threw up some great ties with Wimbledon going to Wembley to play Spurs and Derby landed the plum tie against Manchester United. I would have bet my house on United being on the TV for the 59th time in a row in the Cup. Good job I didn’t.

My one to watch this weekend is my good friend Reece Burke, currently at the Macron Stadium on-loan from West Ham, he’s a bright young man with a promising future ahead of him. Full Saturday Premier League preview featuring West Ham v Chelsea and Tottenham v Stoke.

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