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Wolves part company with Zenga after 87 days

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Championship club Wolves have parted company with head coach Walter Zenga after just 87 days in charge, reports BBC WM 95.6.

The former Italy goalkeeper, 56, replaced Kenny Jackett at Molineux on 30 July, shortly after Chinese conglomerate Fosun bought the club.

Despite significant investment, Wolves have won only four league games out of 14 this season.

Zenga leaves with the club in 18th place in the Championship table.

Although Zenga retained the backing of his playing squad, a run of four defeats in five games has cost him his job.

Wolves travel to Blackburn on Saturday without a win since 24 September and just four points above the relegation zone.

Source: BBC Football Read Original Article: Wolves part company with Zenga after 87 days

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