The head of the Wolves, Nuno Espirito Santo, agrees to calm down on the touchline

Nuno Santo insists he'll try to calm down on the sideline this season with the wolves

The head of the Wolves, Nuno Espirito Santo, is committed to calm down on the sideline to meet the dignity of the Premier League.

  • Wolves manager Nuno Santo insists he will try to calm down in the sideline
  • Its objective is to comply with the new attention of the Premier League for the request of dignity
  • Nuno stirred feathers in the Championship for his lively style during matches

Laurie Whitwell for MailOnline

Nuno Santo insists that he will try to calm down on the sideline to meet the new attention of the Premier League for dignity in the dugout.

But the manager of the Wolves says that his demonstrative behavior is designed to bring out the best in his players.

Nuno stirred feathers in the Championship for his style during matches, colliding with Neil Warnock, Tony Pulis and Lee Johnson.

Nuno Santo insists he'll try to calm down on the sideline this season with the wolves

Nuno Santo insists he'll try to calm down on the sideline this season with the wolves

The Portuguese will accept new instructions from the authorities to maintain their composure, but they also said: "I will be myself". Nuno faces Marco Silva for the first time and is ready to face Jurgen Klopp, Pep Guardiola and José Mourinho.

He added: "We had a meeting, the managers of the Premier League, with the referees, they are going to be very careful with the behavior on the touchline, after a couple of warnings you are out, so I will be careful.

"After last season, some people did a misrepresentation of some moments, but I am a very respectful person, I respect opponents, fanatics.

"But I'm there to protect my players at the right time." If I raise my arms and jump, it's because I think it's the best way to protect my players. It's about us, not others.

The Portuguese rummaged feathers last season with their animated screens in the sideline

The Portuguese rummaged feathers last season with their animated screens in the sideline

The Portuguese rummaged feathers last season with their animated screens in the sideline

"The Premier League has been very careful in saying that the behavior on the sideline should be more calm, everybody tries, but it's difficult, football is passionate, intense and I want to compete.

– But I did not lack the respect. I will be respectful of the referees, other managers and other teams. "

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