No curse is forever, there is no evil that lasts a hundred years. It is what Willian José must think this morning after he scored his first goal last night with the Wolverhampton shirt. Twelve Premier League games has needed Porto Calvo’s to score his first goal as ‘Wolve’, although yesterday’s was decisive by scoring the only goal of the match, in minute 59, culminating at the first touch a counterattack led by Adama Traoré, assistant to the former Real Madrid attacker. The Spanish international took advantage of his speed to take the ball to the Sheffield area and his low center pushed him, stinging from the second towards the first post, a Willian José who has always had the confidence of his coach, Nuno. Since he made his debut playing 18 minutes against Chelsea, he has played every game except one, always being part of the starting ‘eleven’.