Wolverhampton uniform sponsor and British sports brand ‘Castore’ is suffering from controversy.
Wolverhampton defeated Southampton 2-1 in the 23rd round of the English Premier League (EPL) in the 2022-23 season held at St. Mary’s Stadium in Southampton, England at 0:00 am (Korean time) on the 12th. With this victory, Wolverhampton (23 points, 6 wins, 5 draws, 11 losses, 17 gains and 31 losses) jumped to 15th place.
Results were absolutely necessary. Wolverhampton is slowly raising the atmosphere after the midway appointment of coach Hulen Lopetegui. As it continues to compete with West Ham United, Leeds United, Everton, Bournemouth, and Southampton to remain, it was virtually a ‘six points’ match.
Lopetegui started the match with a 4-2-3-1 formation. Mateus Cunha led the attack, Matteus Nunes, Joao Moutinho and Pablo Sarabia formed the attacking line. The midfield was played by Ruben Neves and Mario Lemina. The back 4 was played by Rayan Ait-Nuri, Maximilian Kilman, Craig Dawson and Nelsong Semedo. The goal was guarded by Jose Sa. 토토사이트
It didn’t start well. Wolverhampton overlapped with the cumulative warning variable following the first run. However, after entering the second half, the game was eventually overturned. In the 27th minute of the second half, the opponent’s own goal balanced the balance, and in the 42nd minute of the second half, Joao Gomes, who was put in as a substitute, scored a theatrical goal. In the end, Wolverhampton continued their hopes of staying with a come-from-behind victory against Southampton.
After the match, an unexpected controversy erupted. Because Semedo’s uniform was torn during the fierce bout. The problem is that in the uniforms made by ‘Castor’, this level is a nobleman. Soccer equipment media ‘Pooti Fedlines’ said, “Semedo’s uniform was completely torn. But it is just one of the problems caused by ‘Castor’.”
The problem that the media focused on was even more serious. There was also a Wolverhampton emblem hanging upside down. The German Bundesliga Leverkusen had its emblem removed, and Spain’s La Liga Seville had no emblem at all. ‘Pooty Headlines’ expressed concern about the quality of the ‘Castor’ production uniforms.