At a time when we should be excited by one of the most successful transfer windows in Wolves’ history – and with possibly further movement to come on deadline day – Bruno is doing his best to spoil the party on the pitch.
Lage could argue that only now is he being properly backed, but that is no excuse for failing to see off a woeful Bournemouth side that has just been thrashed 9-0 by Liverpool resulting in Scott Parker’s departure.
With Wolves continuing to look devoid of creativity, I wonder if Bruno is heading for the chop too.
Wolves’ obsession with moving the ball backwards and sideways is infuriating, and when we do reach the final third, we turn back and start another tedious sequence of pointless keep ball.
No taking on the man, no playing between the lines, no through balls into space.
A midfield of Moutinho, Neves and Nunes with wide forward options of Neto and Guedes should be mouth-watering, but Bruno’s risk averse approach is sucking the life out of the players and fans alike. We’re boring to watch.
Raul has to be on borrowed time after tonight’s showing; his touch is completely off, he looks disinterested and are any of us surprised he missed that one-on-one?
Although he slightly improved in attack upon moving to the right, I wonder if Raul’s best pal Jonny has seen better days as well. Too often he looked clueless when trying to take on his man down the left.
I’m tearing my hair out with frustration because we now have the players at our disposal to produce the attacking style we’ve seen little of since Project Restart.
Fosun will want to see a return on their £100m+ investment – and soon. Time’s ticking for Bruno.