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Pre-match press conference: Manuel Pellegrini v Wolves


Filed: Thursday, 30th August 2018
By: Staff Writer


Manuel Pellegrini says his team cannot allow themselves to lose a second successive home league match when they face Wolves in Stratford tomorrow.

Pellegrini, who was addressing the accredited media ahead of tomorrow's Premier League encounter warned his side that they "must improve" on their previous home performance against Bournemouth when tackling Nuno Espírito Santo's newly-promoted team.

However he maintained that the team were in a more positive mood, going into the match, following the defeat of Wimbledon in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday.

Hear Pellegrini's full pre-match thoughts in his pre-match presser below.








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