Sky Sports Pundits sent a’stunning’ message to Wolves boss after his admiring ‘come-back revenge’ on his return to the Vitality Stadium…

Gary Lineker and Alan Shearer expressed their admiration for Wolverhampton Wanderers boss Gary O’Neil’s revenge against his former club Bournemouth. O’Neil, who kept Bournemouth in the Premier League last season, was replaced by Andoni Iraola. Wolves then appointed O’Neil as the new manager. O’Neil’s return to the Vitality Stadium saw Wolves come from behind to win 2-1 against the 10-man Cherries, with Sasa Kalajdzic scoring a late winner.

Lineker and Shearer discussed O’Neil’s return on The Rest is Football podcast. Lineker suggested that O’Neil’s victory over Bournemouth was the “Premier League moment of the weekend.” He noted that while O’Neil downplayed his role as the central figure in the game, he would have relished beating his former club, even if he didn’t show it outwardly. Shearer added that O’Neil would have been “hoping and praying” for three points against Bournemouth, and he criticized Bournemouth for their “stupid” and “harsh” decision to sack O’Neil.

The victory over Bournemouth was sweet for O’Neil and highlighted how quickly things can change in football. Bournemouth appeared settled with O’Neil as their manager at the end of the previous season but decided to replace him with Iraola, who is now struggling. Meanwhile, O’Neil is impressing with Wolves. O’Neil’s situation serves as a reminder of the fast-paced nature of football, where managers can experience sudden changes in fortune.

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