‘Wolves speak more Portuguese than the Portuguese national team’: Fernandez warns Man United

‘Wolves speak more Portuguese than the Portuguese national team’: Fernandez warns Man United

Bruno Fernandes has warned that Manchester United’s next challenger in the Premier League will be tougher than their last encounter with Nottingham Forest.

Fernandez also noted that Wolves are more united and have more linguistic ties because almost all the players are Portuguese.

There are 16 Portuguese players in the English Premier League, and almost half of that number are in Wolverhampton.

Wolves have players like Rui Patricio, Joao Moutinho, Ruben Neves, Ruben Vinager, Pedro Neto and Bruno Jordao.

They have more Portuguese footballers than the starting line-up of some Portuguese first-division clubs.

Manchester United’s next game is against relegation-fighting Wolves, and Fernandes says the Red Devils must prepare for an uphill battle.

“We have to focus. It’s game after game. We know how difficult the Premier League is,” Fernandes said on Tuesday after Man United’s 3-0 win over Nottingham.

“We have to move to Wolverhampton because we know they are a good team. We know that they speak more Portuguese than our national team [portugaise].

“It’s always a tough game against them there. They have a new coach. We all know when a coach arrives there is always confidence.

“They won in the last minutes [contre Everton]. They will be on fire. But this result [la victoire contre Nottingham Forest] It can help us get more confidence. »


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