Wolves boss appointed as Premier League Manager of the Month

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For October, Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo was appointed Premier League Manager of the Month after his team took 10 out of a possible 12 points to climb up the table.

It is the third consecutive season in which Nuno has scooped a managerial gong in September 2018 and June 2020, having previously taken home the monthly accolade.

After Jose Mourinho and Andre Villas-Boas, who has won five between them, Nuno is the third separate Portuguese coach to win the Premier League Manager of the Month. He remains, to date, the only boss of Wolves to be remembered in this way.

In October, the 46-year-old Wolves squad were undefeated, picking up wins without conceding a goal against Fulham, Leeds, and Crystal Palace, while also drawing 1-1 with Newcastle.

Wolves started 16th in the Premier League table in October and were fifth by the end of the game on 1 November, just three points off the top spot.

“We have become stronger and more coordinated,” Nuno told PremierLeague.com.

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