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Wolves hire Lambert to replace Zenga

SoccerNews in General Soccer News 5 Nov 2016

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Wolves have appointed Paul Lambert as their new head coach after sacking Walter Zenga last month.

The 47-year-old ex-Norwich City, Aston Villa and Blackburn Rovers boss arrives at Molineux with the club 19th in the Championship and winless in seven games following a 3-2 defeat to Derby County on Saturday. 

Zenga was appointed in July by new Wolves owners Fosun International but departed after just 14 games in charge. 

Club director Jeff Shi said: “Ourselves and Paul share the same vision and the same mission, to achieve promotion from the Championship as soon as possible, and then aim for a higher goal in the Premier League.”

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