Tears, Laughter, Applause

Wednesday, January 16th, 2019

Emotional Farewell To A Legend, With Anecdotes Aplenty

Funeral day underlined what we already knew....that there will never, ever, be another Bill Slater. In a leafy corner of West London yesterday, though, we learned that there was much more to the story beyond the glorious statistics represented by his winning of three League Championships, one FA Cup, 12 England caps, 21 amateur international caps, the Footballer of the Year Trophy, a CBE and an OBE.

Crawford Enjoying Wolves Connection

Monday, January 14th, 2019

Pompey Chimes Getting Louder Again

Ray Crawford is relishing the continued impact of the Wolves old boys network at Portsmouth - but resigned to the fact he will have to wait some time yet to savour a gold and black outing to his home city. From the depths of their spectacular plunge from the top flight to the Football League basement, Pompey took the first step on the climb back by winning promotion to League One under Paul Cook.

Regrets Of Star Keeper Wolves Missed Out On

Friday, January 11th, 2019

Tony's Two Chances - But Still No Deal At Molineux

To the far from brittle bones of a story we posted on here about Wolves’ search for a goalkeeper more than 20 years ago, we can now add another layer of flesh. Back in the summer of 2016, we homed in on Mark McGhee’s efforts to shore up his last line of defence through a big-name signing, with Neville Southall, Erik Thorsvedt, Tony Coton, Petr Kouba and Zeljko Kalac among those targeted.

The Cup That Cheers – And Attracts

Tuesday, January 8th, 2019

Memories Of Another Epic Molineux Evening

First Chelsea, then Tottenham and now Liverpool. This is proving to be quite a winter for Wolves. An ultimately famous Molineux Monday night also contained enough coincidences to satisfy those of us who monitor such matters.

Memory Match: Wolves 0 Arsenal 2

Saturday, January 5th, 2019

Unlucky In The Extreme But The Tide Soon Turned

For obvious reasons, we don't often spotlight Wolves defeats in this particular feature but can perhaps point to this one as a catalyst on the way to the club winning the League Championship for the first time. The game was played 65 years ago this month and was therefore not far past the mid-point of the epic title battle with Albion.

Dear Diary Entry 87

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2019

All Eyes On The Meadow

Monday, December 3: Quite a coincidence today to be told by a former Shrewsbury chairman, Ray Bailey, that his old club had appointed ex-Wolves skipper Sam Ricketts as their new manager. Many of us at Molineux will wish him only well.

Wolves And Wembley – The Happiest Of Marriages

Sunday, December 30th, 2018

Football Mecca A Lucky Ground Once More

Tottenham should not have been shocked by the three goals that came in 18 golden minutes yesterday......after all, Wolves ALWAYS win at Wembley! We have said it before but Wolves have managed to develop the most wonderful winning habit at the home of English football - and clearly that is the case whether we are talking twin towers or iconic arch.

A Step Into The Unknown

Thursday, December 27th, 2018

Kelly Relishing Chance To Branch Out

Rob Kelly is eagerly counting off the days before linking up again with Uwe Rosler - this time at the start of his first overseas posting. The former Wolves midfielder and youth coach starts work with the German at Malmo in mid-January and is guaranteed a high-profile start to his new life with a round-of-32 Europa League clash with Chelsea the following month.

Christmas Gifts, Wolves Style

Monday, December 24th, 2018

Festive Treats From Seasons Past

Dave Wagstaffe's signing: The wizard of the wing agreed his move south from Manchester City on Christmas Eve of 1964, made a slip-slide debut at home to Villa two days later but, boy, really showed what he could do over the next 11 years.

Meeting In High Places

Tuesday, December 18th, 2018

Delighted Fred Reflects On Rivals' Progress  

A Wolves victory over Bournemouth - even for those who remember the glorious 1950s, a huge FA Cup upset and a broken goal-post - has been something of a novelty over the decades. But Saturday's top-flight meeting of the two sides was enough to have Fred Davies pinching himself in more ways than one.

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