This is the kind of comment and misplaced loyalty that can quickly undermine everything a club is trying to achieve. Most wolves fans can see how truly limited a player hwang is; you've got real talent like Podence with his reaction to lage preferring hwang to him, a decision that ensured we lost on Sunday, and even fabio laughing at hwangs ineptitude; you've got professionals like Moutinho and Neves who will see hwang for what he is, an attempt to get into the South Korean market; yet our manager likes him because he sees him in recovery lots of times and he gives him cookies for his birthday.Looks as though Hwang stays if Lage stays, both likely I think.
Latest Wolves news from BirminghamLive includes Bruno Lage's assessment of Hwang Hee-chan's first season at the clubwww.birminghammail.co.uk
A manager that slated our young players after a bad display by Hoever and Lage's own inability to control his emotions after a loss, comes out with support for a player who has palpably demonstrated game after game that he is not a premier league player.
Someone on another thread described having a season ticket as being in a lottery with this manager and the performances we've had to watch. I'm still unbelievably happy that I can get a season ticket, come to molineux and watch my beloved wolves. I'm very lucky and I appreciate it. But if going is like being in a lottery then everytime I see hwang on the pitch I have this awful feeling before I scratch the lottery card that I know the numbers aren't there. I hope Lage is dismissed as soon as possible and Hwang gets a free transfer to Leeds on the basis that he has to play each game.