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Video: New Wolves Manager Walter Zenga Make Ridiculous Claim About the Club

Video: New Wolves Manager Walter Zenga Make Ridiculous Claim About the Club

Walter Zenga has started life as Wolves manager by making an outlandish claim about the Midlands club – claiming they are the biggest English side in Italy.

The 53-year-old coach joined Wolves at the weekend following the sacking of Kenny Jackett, signing a one-year contract with the option for a further year.

His appointment was directly as a result of Wolves being bought over by a Chinese investment group, who are aiming to steer their new side towards promotion to the Premier League at the first time of asking.

The new owners seem willing to spend a few quid, and there’s absolutely no doubting that new manager Zenga is lacking in confidence, as evidenced by his first statement to the media:

Obviously, as you’d imagine, the ambitious comment caught the attention of a lot of social media users:

What do you think of Zenga’s comments? Is there any way that he’s been misunderstood?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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