Wing-back has adjusted to life in the Premier League after a shaky start and is aiming for an FA Cup upset against Manchester United
Anyone who has seen Matt Doherty play in recent months will wonder why he was so worried. Wolves are seventh in the Premier League and on Saturday night at Molineux they play Manchester United in the FA Cup quarter-finals with a fair chance of reaching the last four for the first time since 1998.
Doherty will almost certainly start at wing-back against Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s team, having zoomed up and down Wolves’ right flank throughout this season. Yet the way the Irishman tells it, after a few games of this campaign he feared he was out of his depth.
Source: Football News
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