Wolves' Diogo Jota: 'I'm coaching Telford United on Football Manager'

06 April 2020 09:30
The forward on how his club have helped players, missing family in Portugal and his boyhood teamDiogo Jota has not been making headlines recently because, like most people, he has been observing the British government’s lockdown. But in the simpler time before football and society were placed into suspended animation, Jota looked to be building towards something sensational.His devastating bursts from the left side of Wolves’ attacks brought six goals in five matches before the hiatus, taking his tally to the season to 15 goals. Wolves were well placed in both the Premier League and the Europa League. Then the whole world pressed pause and none of that was important. Related: Pay cuts, furlough or deferrals: what are the Premier League clubs doing? I loved to watch Everton play when I was younger. They were relentless Related: English football's blame culture makes it unable to come together | Jonathan Liew Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian