Premier League team Wolverhampton Wanderers FC have parted ways with manager Bruno Lage after their 2-0 defeat vs West Ham on Saturday.
According to reports by The Telegraph and The Atheltic, the 46-year-old was sacked following Wolves’ poor run of form.
Lage was on Saturday criticised for leaving the game without acknowledging the club’s away support when they travelled to face West Ham at the London Stadium.
He had apologised after the game.
“They are there to support us and I feel their support,” said the Portuguese gaffer had said. “In the end, we need to show respect to our fans and go there to say thank you for the support they are giving.”
Lage joined the Wolverhampton side in June 2021 from Benfica following the departure of Nuno Espírito Santo and went on the finish 10th place in his maiden campaign in England.
Wolves currently sit in 18th place in the Premier League with only six points collected from eight games having only scored three goals.