very dull to watch, give the ball to Jimenez or spring Traore on the counter and that's was their 2 tricks. Once Traore went off the boil and Jimenez had his head caved in they offered nothing bar the odd Neto flash.Did you mean ‘difficult to watch’, mate? I liked Wolves under Nuno as they held their own and gave it to the big teams now and then (didn’t they do United).
Were they ever good to watch though, or were they a defensive side that got a lot of their points on the break late on in games?
Spurs will be used to it having had Jose.