Wolverhampton Wanderers promoted, Wolves Championship

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WOLVERHAMPTON Wanderers secured a return to the English Premier League after six years of absence.

The campaign was held by the runway League Championship leader without playing, thanks to Fulham, admitting a stop-time goal to draw with Brentford 1- 1 on Saturday.

Wolves players played the game on television and were thrilled to see the final seconds before they were taken to a party.

CONTROVERSIAL NEW PREMIER LEAGUE OUTFIT

] Nuno Espirito Santo's Wolves, who won 28 of their 42 second-class games , do not play until Sunday.

Wolves has captured the top spot since October and achieved a four-game campaign to save. Attention will now turn to finish the title, with Wolves nine points in second place Cardiff.

Wolves CEO Laurie Dalrymple credits Santo, a former Porto and Valencia coach, with spearheading the team's revival since taking responsibility for last year. 19659003] "What he brought in has been amazing," said Dalrymple Sky Sports. "He came in, he changed the style of play. We have recruited well and he has galvanized the group really very in a very short time."

"And very quickly he had us playing a different football style than we had used to and a brand of football that delivered results very quickly. "But there has been a bit of trouble about Wolves who won three top-flight titles in the 1950s and the last of his four FA Cups in 1960. Santo is represented by Portuguese agent Jorge Mendes, as there are several Wolves players, including record signing midfielder Ruben Neves.

In 2015, Mendes agreed to sell a minority stake of his company to a subsidiary of Fosun International, the Chinese company that has owned Wolves since July 2016. However, rival clubs have complained to the English football league about the relationship between wolves and mendes.

Mendes most famous clients are Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo and Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho.

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