An Overdue Addition

Not before time, we have posted another long interview in our popular Player Q & A area. Although some of the circumstances for the delay were out of our control - and mentioned as a footnote to the piece about Geoff Palmer - it's true we had intended to hit the 'publish' button some time ago.

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Who Will Be Our Red-Letter Entry?

December 17th, 2014

Clock Ticks Down To Major Milestone

A significant statistical landmark is approaching in the history of Wolverhampton Wanderers. Sometime in the not-too-distant future - and there is every chance that will be in 2016 - we will discover the identity of the man who becomes the 1,000th player to appear in a League game for the club.

Made In Shropshire – A Double Act Built To Last

December 14th, 2014

Wolves Benefitted From Lilleshall Link

Some of the chemistry beneath one of the more successful managerial partnerships in Wolves' history has come to light via a dusty and well-known old publication. Many club programmes around 1970 contained a stapled-in supplement called the Football League Review, a copy of which contained an article written about Bill McGarry and Sammy Chung early in their lengthy Molineux tenures some four and a half decades ago.

A Match Without Equal – And Not A Point Or Cup To Be Won

December 11th, 2014

More Memories Of Game That Led To Launch Of European Cup

There were 37,509 present when Manchester City - hardly weary veterans on the Champions League stage - took on Roma early in the Group E programme which ended for them in success last night. The club's second winning of the Premier League title in three seasons remained fresh in the memory and September still had a few hours to run as they did battle with the Italians at the spacious Etihad Stadium. Not a great turn-out then, was it?

An Impressive Roll Call

Welcome to one of the newer areas of the Wolves Heroes website.
Here, we not only list every player who has appeared in a League match for the club but also the order in which they did so.
For example, this is the place to learn that a few well-known and not-so-well-known men, such as Gerry O'Hara and Robert Kelly, have special niches in Wolves history that they presumably knew nothing about.
In 1976, O'Hara became the 600th man to be given a League debut by the club while Kelly clocked in as the 700th more than a decade later.
Please take a slow trawl through to see the entire order but bear in mind that, if you are revisiting this area, we may have made alterations since you last looked owing to a recount and the eagle eye of our checker, Donald Noble in Coventry!
We stress that the list refers to League games only, not any of the cups, and stretches back 125 years to when Wolves were one of 12 proud founder members of the competition.

A Trophy For The Molineux Cabinet

June 8th, 2011

Texaco Cup Heroics: Part Two

In what was described as a 'wistful' glance back at the Texaco Cup, Wolves fanatic Jim Heath referred to the competition in a When Saturday Comes article a decade ago as 'a kind of British Isles Cup for also-rans.' He also said it heralded the game’s modernisation, with corporate sponsorship being cautiously welcomed in the form of the £100,000 the oil giant sunk into the venture.

‘Home’ Win That Was Perfect Preparation

May 14th, 2011

Texaco Cup Heroics: Part One

It didn't have the glamour of the following season's campaign - and certainly not the same reach - but Wolves' winning crusade in one of football's long-neglected competitions might just have been a leg-up to UEFA Cup success. By popping up to Scotland and over to Northern Ireland, their players became more familiar not only with travelling and living together, but also with the two-leg combat that was largely alien to them.

A Man For All Seasons

March 1st, 2011

FA Youth Cup Winner Who Piled Up The Runs

Phil Parkes bowled mean and quick and Ron Flowers brought as much Yorkshire grit to the cricket pitch as he did to the old gold, approached as he was to play at county level. But, whereas Lofty and Flowers became Wolves legends, Ian Hall achieved far more in white flannels than ever he did at Molineux. And yet, as a youngster, he seemed destined to reach the very top in the winter game.

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Enduring Pride Of Double League Cup Winner

November 17th, 2014

Wolves Fan Geoff On Living The Dream

Q: Geoff, many thanks for your loyal service at Molineux. Fans who saw you play still talk fondly about you today. It must have been an amazing experience to play for Wolves, the team you supported while at school in Cannock. Who was your favourite player or players? (From Berlin Wolf)

Anglesey, 1989

October 27th, 2013

A Prize Catch - And No Passport Required

Not once but twice in the Graham Turner years, Wolves travelled to the holiday island off the north-west coast of Wales to prepare for Second Division campaigns - their first two back up, in fact, following their 1980s slide to the Football League basement. Because of a combination of their own impoverished state and the fact they were hardly seen as a big draw, overseas trips were off the agenda for much of that decade, so much so that even a few days around the British coastline when they came along.

Wolves In 20/20 Vision

November 6th, 2011

New Book By A Fan For The Fans

It's the dream of many a supporter.....being invited to go into print and trawl the memory bank for 20 great Wolves goals, 20 of the club's best signings and 20 memorable Black Country derbies. Lifelong Molineux fanatic Jim Heath was handed just such a task by our sister company Thomas Publications and has made a brilliant job of his first book, Wolves In 20/20 Vision.

Malcolm Finlayson: 1930 – 2014

November 28th, 2014

Fearless Keeper Shone As Bert's Successor

It seems strange to reflect that the only goalkeeper to win two League Championship medals with Wolves once doubted his right to become a first-team regular. It's even more peculiar when you consider that his uncertainty was based on the events of a game in which the goals were flying past Bert Williams.

Eddie Stuart: 1931 – 2014

November 7th, 2014

Decorated Hard-Man Defender Who Rose To Rank Of Captain

It wasn't just the renowed 1950s Wolverhampton Wanderers half-back line that opposition forwards had to get past to catch a glimpse of Bert Williams or Malcolm Finlayson. Usually, among the powerhouses still blocking the way to goal was Eddie Stuart.
 

Do you need a reminder as to which player has played the most Wolves games in their long and proud history? Or who follows Steve Bull in the goalscorers' section?

Visit the Legends section of this site to find out and to pore over our tribute to the top 75 Molineux appearance-makers.

We are dedicated to promoting Wolverhampton Wanderers nostalgia and reminiscences. Our business is tracking down former Wolves players, legends and otherwise, and talking through both their Molineux careers and what they have done in the years since. It is the ultimate in Where Are They Now pursuits. We trust you will become at least a little misty-eyed as a result of our endeavours.



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