Fulham, Cardiff City, and Wolverhampton Wanderers would be looking forward to strengthen their teams as they will be playing in Premier League after an amazing season in the second-tier Championship.
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The Article You Need to Read to Know About The Newly Promoted Clubs
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It is still very doubtful about how Fulham’s manager Slavisa Jokanovic’s free flowing attitude and technique will help them in Premier League. Andre Schurrle will be joining for the team for this season after playing for Borussia Dortmund, Bayer Leverkusen, Wolfsburg, and Chelsea. He also helped Germany to win FIFA World Cup 2014. However, it is Jean Seri who everyone is keen on watching play. Seri will definitely take some time to adjust the transfer from Ligue 1 to the Premier League, but is expected to do well under Jokanovic.
2. Cardiff City
Cardiff City has always been that team which is too comfortable with themselves. However, it will the club manager, Neil Warnock’s responsibility to prep them up as they enter the Premier League as favorites. The club’s hope will be on Junior Hoilett, who scored nine goals and made 11 assists in the Championship. Bobby Reid, the club’s latest signing, has transformed into an important player for the team after he managed to score five goals and make four assists in both 2015-16 and 2016-17 seasons. When the midfielder was representing Bristol City, he hit 19 goals in the Championship. Warnock will major role in bringing the team together.
3. Wolverhampton Wanderers
In the last season, Wolverhampton Wanderers won 30 out of their 46 games. The credit goes to the club’s manager, Nuno Espirito Santo, who was formerly working with Valencia and Porto. He changed the club’s style of play by switching to 3 – 4 – 3 formation by Conor Coady. Santo made him the team’s ball distributor. The team’s latest member, Joao Moutinho, was made Coady’s assistance to take some pressure off him. Ruben Neves was given more freedom, so he could make use of his creativity.
Diogo Jota was star of the season for the Wolves as he scored 17 goals in 44 appearances. The 21-years old can handle the ball with either feet and has a strong defense technique. In Premier League 2016-17, the team only won one of their 12 matches and are hoping for a better performance this year.