The former Italian goalkeeper, actually the best in the World in the nineties, is the new boss at the mighty Molineux. And what a new revolution that is. Mr. Zenga has brought in every important aspect of the beautiful game. With success. 


Enthusiasm, players joy, effort, faith in their own skills and belief in the side to get the right results, in every match. Still unbeaten in five. Walter Zenga has all the right tools we could see the former manager, Kenny Jackett didn’t have. That is the reason every Wolves fan in the country and beyond, love every minute of the new campaign.

Ok. There is big money available for the new chines owners in Fosun Group. But so far, the increasing number of players have not been much involved. Nor are there any big spending or splashing of any cash. Just the big Islander, Jon Dadi Bodvarsson and Benfica loanee, Joao Teixeira, have been more involved than any other new faces.

As we speak, two new player steps in to the Compton training center to the new Zenga’s magic revolution. The left defender Cameron Borthwick-Jackson from Manchester United and Ola John, the dutch, another player from Benfica. A quick left winger. And more players will come.

As the new chairman Jeff Shi said: “The money is not a problem” when asked about the investments due to the takeover.

As a Wolves fan, you have to pinch your arm, force yourself away from the internett, not getting addicted to more Wolves-news, regarding new players in. How far the Zenga new revolution can go? Well, coming Christmas and Wolves are in pole position in the Championship, Walter Zenga will get promoted. It’s as simple as that.

Everyone working inside the beautiful stadium belive it.

Silly to say? Still writing August? Maybe, but Walter Zenga, a manager with varying success in his former jobs as a manager – have done a surprisingly successful job. The players have a new belief in their own quality and creates a lot of chances, scoring goals and winning matches.

As for the new season, a big derby match against Birmingham on the cards last Saturday.

A crappy first half and one goal down. Walter Zenga told his players to keep work hard for each other, and keep going for goals. Wolves run Brummies apart and won the match 3-1. It could have been four or five. For a very strong Wolves side. That is the Zenga revolution, live in action.

Both strikers in Mason and Bodvarsson get each cracker of goals.

As every fan of the Old Gold and Black, there is a new era, watching Wolves this season with Walter Zenga on the line, is just fantastic. Saying Wolverhampton can’t loose any match is silly. Just for the case of it, there will not get any ugly matches. Just for the visitors of Molineux Stadium – will we believe.

Bring on Cambridge for another Cup run, and than its high flying Huddersfield, the leaders and the only side with 10 points, coming Saturday. Wolves will win it! Walter Zenga’s barmy army, will be load and proud.



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