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Wolves sack Lage after defeat at West Ham

Wolves have sacked head coach Bruno Lage after Saturday's defeat at West Ham saw them slip into the relegation zone.

The 2-0 loss at the London Stadium was Wolves' fourth of the season and the club's hierarchy have decided it is time for a change in manager and an announcement is expected today.

Wolves spent £100m on new signings this summer as Lage looked to mould a team in his image, but the Portuguese has been unable to transform his side's fortunes and his 15-month tenure is now over.

Since a 2-1 win over Aston Villa at Molineux on April 2, Wolves have won just one of their previous 15 games in the Premier League.

Speaking after Wolves' most recent loss on Saturday - a game that would prove to be Lage's final one in charge - he said: "We're under pressure.

We will continue to work. I know the fans support us. We try to do our best for them. We're in a bad moment, we don't have goals or victories.

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