Archive for October, 2009
Football World Pays Respect To DavidMore than 150 mourners were present to say a fond farewell yesterday to former Wolves inside-forward David Burnside. Numerous officials from the FA, where he worked for more than a decade and a half, were joined at the lunchtime funeral service in Bristol by representatives from his various clubs.
Heavyweights Head-To-Head AgainSteve Walsh is to come face to face with Wolves legend Steve Bull once more - after revealing how close he once came to moving to Molineux. For years, the powerhouse Leicester defender was regarded as public enemy no1 as he and the record-breaking striker jousted and exchanged more than a few bumps and bruises.
Air Miles And Victories In Abundance
Wolverhampton Wanderers had just finished the last of the many fine seasons they enjoyed under Stan Cullis when they headed across the Atlantic for the first time more than 46 years ago. Having twice visited South Africa in the previous decade and a bit and also played in Russia, the club found their plane pointing in another direction as they set off on a five-week trip that was to bring them nine wins and a draw from their ten matches.