It also means that songs can be readily adapted, which is why, as fans flocked to Molineux on Sunday to see their new head coach take on a Tottenham side headed by their former boss, there was a lot of support for Bruno, who had previously been reserved for Nuno.
Other parallels between Bruno Lage and his predecessor Nuno Espirito Santo can be found. For starters, they are both Portuguese. They also planned to play with a three-man defensive unit at Wolves.
However, although Nuno reveled in a familiar sense of victory at the club he steered to unprecedented heights during his four years in charge, Bruno must assemble his own squad. Wolves haven’t had zero points from two games since 2003. After a second consecutive 1-0 defeat, with Tottenham joining Leicester in defeating his club by the tiniest of margins, Lage was upbeat.
“I’m not happy about not winning games,” he remarked, “but I believe in my job.” “The guys have faith in me. This season, these two teams each defeated Manchester City. I am optimistic about the outcome.
Source: Sport BBC