Liam Keen comment Gary O’Neil bringing Wolves much-needed stability

Wolves manager Gary O’Neil has done himself a lot of favors with his previous two performances and outcomes.

Wolves captain Max Kilman has lavished praise on the club’s exceptional attacking trio, consisting of Matheus Cunha, Pedro Neto, and Hwang Hee-chan, describing them as “magical.” These three forwards played a pivotal role in Wolves securing four points from their recent matches against Manchester City and Villa.

Neto and Hwang, in particular, have left a strong impression with their goals and assists, earning Kilman’s admiration for their contributions. Kilman emphasized the importance of supplying these players with the ball and allowing them to work their magic.

He stated, “The way they’ve been connecting on the field this season has been outstanding. All three forwards have been in top form, and our task is to provide them with the ball and let them shine.”

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Following the Villa match, Kilman emphasized a need for positivity within the team. He acknowledged their strong performance in that game and the boost of confidence gained from facing Manchester City. The supportive atmosphere in the stadium also played a crucial role in motivating the team to push forward.

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Despite not securing three points against Villa, Kilman considered the draw to be a fair outcome given the tough nature of the match. The team started strongly, scored a well-executed goal, and had several opportunities to win. After a red card incident, their primary focus was to maintain their position and avoid conceding.

Kilman also acknowledged Villa’s impressive performance and believed that taking a point from the match was a just result.

With 12 players away on international duty, Kilman and the remaining squad members will continue their training at Compton under the guidance of Gary O’Neil. Kilman emphasized the importance of those remaining players training diligently and staying prepared for the upcoming week.

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