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2018 Schedule
0-0-0, 20th in English Premier League
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Rui Patricio wants Sporting deal terminated

Patricio, 30, has written a 34-page document describing why he wants to leave Sporting, accusing Carvalho of turning fans against the team.

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Neves wants to play for Wolves in Prem

Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves said he is looking forward to playing for the club in the Premier League as speculation mounts over his future.

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Wolves cleared over ties to agent Mendes

Wolverhampton Wanderers have been given the blessing of the English Football League to continue their relationship with agent Jorge Mendes.

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Wolves secure Champ title; Sunderland down

Wolves secured the Championship title with a 4-0 victory over Bolton at the Macron Stadium on a day when Sunderland were relegated.

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FIFA drops England U17 racist abuse probe

A racism investigation involving a Spain player allegedly abusing an England player at the Under-17 World Cup final has been closed by FIFA.

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Who are newly promoted Wolves?

Wolverhampton Wanderers swept to Premier League promotion at a canter, but just how will they fare in England's top flight? We take a look.

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Wolves celebrate promotion with win

Wolves celebrated their promotion to the Premier League in style with a 2-0 Sky Bet Championship win against 10-man Birmingham at Molineux.

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Wolves confirm Premier League promotion

Wolves became the first team to be promoted to the Premier League after Fulham suffered a late 1-1 home draw with Brentford on Saturday.

WATCH: Neves nets a wonder goal for Wolves (0:54)
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Scouting Spotlight: Sporting's new Ronaldo?

Scouting Spotlight looks at Sporting Lisbon's version of Cristiano Ronaldo, the Championship's best player and the son of the Atletico Madrid boss.