Wolverhampton Wanderers goalkeeper José Sá recently had an interview with DAZN Portugal, and certain parts of the conversation have been circulating in the local media. In the interview, Sá discussed Wolves’ match against Manchester City and his former teammate Matheus Nunes, who left Molineux to join Pep Guardiola’s team over the summer. Sá mentioned that their friendship remains strong, and the Wolverhampton players continue to support and cheer for him.
He also talked about the important victory against City in late September, expressing his happiness over the win and the team’s hard work. The Wolves defeated Manchester City 2-1 on September 30th, with Ruben Dias scoring an own goal and Hwang Hee-chan netting the winning goal.
In the current season, José Sá has played nine games for the club, conceding 15 goals and securing only one clean sheet, which occurred during their victory against Everton at Goodison Park in August. Following their recent win against Bournemouth, Wolves are gearing up for a match against Newcastle United at Molineux on Saturday. Gary O’Neil’s side currently holds the 12th position in the Premier League, having earned 11 points from nine matches.