Archive for May, 2009

Sundy’s Final Word

Sunday, May 31st, 2009

Changing Priorities Of Wembley Hero

Alan Sunderland has marked the 30th anniversary of his dramatic winner in the 'Five Minute FA Cup Final' by turning his back on much of this season's Wembley showpiece. Sunderland scored one of the occasion's most dramatic goals when he turned in Graham Rix's left-wing cross to give Arsenal victory over Manchester United in a breathtaking late flurry of scoring in May, 1979.

Another Final ‘Appearance’ For Wayne

Friday, May 29th, 2009

Wembley-Bound Striker Rooting For Everton

Wayne Clarke will assume his familiar place as FA Cup final attendee tomorrow, longing for another of English football's superpowers to have their colours lowered. Following Manchester United's Champions League final defeat against Barcelona, the Black Country-born ex-Wolves striker will travel in the hope of seeing another of his former clubs, Everton, bring down Chelsea at Wembley.

Doing Their Bit For Birchy

Wednesday, May 27th, 2009

Under-Pressure Froggy Leads The Way

Steve Froggatt is putting himself through the pain barrier this weekend to raise money in memory of his former Wolves and Villa pal Paul Birch. Froggy will be among the masses in Sunday's Great Midlands Fun Run in Sutton Coldfield, heading up a 17-strong team containing several individuals with whom he works in his post-playing role as a personal trainer.

Dave Delivers A Powerful Read

Monday, May 25th, 2009

Manager's Stirring Account Is On The Way

Dave Jones' dramatic life story, on and off the pitch, is to be fully told for the first time in his impending autobiography, No Smoke, No Fire. The £17.99 hard-back is described as a 'no-holds-barred account' of the ultimately successful battle the former Wolves manager fought to clear his name after allegations of child abuse in 2000.

A Cup Winner At Last

Saturday, May 23rd, 2009

Daley Star Of The Circuit

A distant look at the League Cup when he was an unused member of Wolves' 1974 Wembley squad was as close as Steve Daley went to lifting silverware in his playing career. Now, though, he has his hands full after overcoming some of the finest from Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United more than three decades on.

Simo Eyes Another Promotion

Wednesday, May 20th, 2009

Shrewsbury Fly The Midlands Flag

Paul Simpson will be aiming for the sixth promotion of his career when he leads Shrewsbury out for their League Two play-off final against Gillingham on Saturday. The 42-year-old, whose model-pro status as a player made him appear a natural to eventually step into coaching and management, has already gone up with four different clubs in one or other of his two guises.

A Promising Career Lost

Monday, May 18th, 2009

Goals Then Gloom For Neil

Which Black Country-born striker went into Wolves' side in the mid-1980s and netted seven goals in his first 11 League games? It's not Steve Bull, whose scoring record over a similar number of matches just over a year later - and a division lower - was a more ordinary four.

Not Such A Shaw Thing

Saturday, May 16th, 2009

Full-Back Proving Elusive

Following our successful 'hits' on any number of players who had disappeared off the Molineux radar, we are now seeking help in locating former Wolves full-back Bernard Shaw. Despite putting feelers out in the South Yorkshire area, we have so far drawn a blank on one of the higher profile characters of those we still have to catch up with.

The Many Moves Of Norman Bell

Thursday, May 14th, 2009

A CV To Be Proud Of

For someone who served only two clubs in the decade and a half that made up his professional football career, Norman Bell has undergone plenty of 'transfers' in his post-playing years. The striker who became one of the game's earliest 'Supersubs' when frequently stepping off the Molineux bench to good effect in the early 1980s has swapped jobs more often than many players now change clubs.

Wolves Stars Lined Up By Pitmen

Tuesday, May 12th, 2009

A Golden Chance To Reminisce

An evening of pure Wolves nostalgia is being arranged by one of their doting former players - but will be staged at another football club! Hednesford Town manager Dean Edwards is using his club's Keys Park headquarters to put on the special night on Friday, July 24, and hopes to sell up to 13 tables.

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