Coady on semi-final loss
Conor Coady has been an essential part of Wolves successful return to the Premier League.
The 26-year-old has captained Wolves in every single game this season.
Coady has also played every minute of football for Nuno Santo’s side this season.
That includes in the FA Cup and League Cup.
Wolves made it to this year’s FA Cup semi-final were they faced Watford.
They would be 2-0 up but ended up losing 3-2 after extra time.
Conor Coady has since opened up on that heartbreaking day for Wolves:
“I will be honest with you, I don’t think I will ever get over it. It will haunt me for the rest of my life, it really will.
“It was a tough one to take, we were so close. Everyone saw we were nearly there but we don’t want to look back over it.
“It was a great achievement to get to the semi-finals and we want to make sure we learn from it and move forward.”As quoted by the Telegraph.
Watford vs Wolves
Wolves will have a shot at some form of redemption this weekend as they face Watford in the league.
While a place in the final isn’t on the line, it is still a huge game for both sides.
That is because they are both competing for 7th place, which may be a Europa League place come the end of the season.
Wolves currently occupy said spot but there is just three points separating them and 10th place.
Watford are currently 8th, one point behind Wolves.
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