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Wolves Fans' Verdict v Everton: The end of an era at Molineux

Our Wolves fans have their say on the draw with Everton.

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Adam Virgo

An emotional day seeing the end of an era that has seen many fantastic moments from some very special players at our club.

The likes of Neves, Moutinho, Jimenez, Jonny and potentially Adama are all leaving by the looks of things. All of them have given us many great memories during their time at Wolves.

A bit gutting how it’s ended for some players, Raul and Jonny struggling after their injuries but also for the fact Jimenez didn’t get to come on at all, which was disappointing, and seeing the news about Moutinho not wanting to be part of the squad for whatever reason.

Shame we couldn’t end our home campaign with a win, one that would have been completely deserved as well. Frustrating to concede so late to a very avoidable goal but thankfully it has no bearing on our season.

Obviously we couldn’t escape another laughable refereeing performance too, so many questionable decisions throughout. It was like he wanted to do whatever it took to get Everton back into the game.

Adama’s run was incredible for our goal, moments he produces like that are the reason I want him to sign a new contract because he can be a huge threat.

Neves has given absolutely everything for this team ever since he’s joined so if he does go to Barcelona, as much as it’ll be sad to see him go I’ll be happy for him getting an incredible move.

Once this week is over, I’m hoping we can sort our squad out properly over the summer. Getting rid of the players who either aren’t good enough or don’t want to be here and bringing players in who can help us moving forward.

With some big names leaving, it’s time for a new era hopefully with Lopetegui leading us still, providing he doesn’t leave due to FFP issues, because he has done a fantastic job and I am excited to see what we can do with in a full season.

Rob Cartwright

This was a fairly entertaining game, despite the referee doing everything in his power to spoil it. Everton needed the points more than Wolves and this showed in the early exchanges. They threw everything at us to try and get the first goal.

They were getting half chances and lots of corners but most of these were wasted.

Adama Traore caught them out with a typical solo run counter attack, just after half an hour. His shot was parried by Pickford; well done to Hwang for making the run too.

We haven’t seen enough of that this season!

Traore was a real thorn in their side. So much so, they changed things to put two defenders against him in the second half.

The goal set back Everton who were now looking increasingly anxious.