‘Dangerous’ Times But Hibby Still Well Ahead

Monday, March 20th, 2017

Fifty Is In Sight For Popular Midfielder

David Edwards is closing in on two notable landmarks as he continues the most fruitful time of his football career. A 12-month spell that began with his selection for Wales' memorable assault on last summer's European Championships finals in France has continued with him taking his club goal tally for 2016-17 into double figures.

All Change – And Deemed Legal

Friday, March 17th, 2017

Liverpool Rotation Did Not Save Surprised Wolves

With the semi-final draw made, we may have passed the rounds in 2016-17 in which squad rotation is seen as a controversial, thorny issue in the FA Cup. But Wolves supporters might be interested to be reminded and in some cases learn of the time Bill Shankly made big headlines by spectacularly ringing the changes before an end-of-season League game at Molineux in 1964-65.

Wheel Meet Again!

Tuesday, March 14th, 2017

How Chung Was Choked On And Off The Pitch

Plenty is known about Sammy Chung as a trusted, loyal no 2. Wolves fans also have fond memories of his success here as a promotion-winning manager. What is much less familiar to us is his time as a frustrated hat-trick star and even as a car-theft victim.

A Once-A-Season Experience

Saturday, March 11th, 2017

Senior Opportunities Came For Craig.......SLOWLY!

Few and far between are the players who have appeared in a club’s first team in four successive seasons but only on a solitary occasion each time. Maybe that statistic gives Craig Moss a unique claim to fame in the gold and black of Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Fulfilled To The End

Wednesday, March 8th, 2017

Wolves Heroics Were Only A Bit Of Les' Story

Ted Farmer has been used more than once by Wolves Heroes to offer an over-view of players he knew much better than we did. There was a different procedure at Telford Crematorium today. Within our earshot, he merely wandered over to the son of Les Cocker and smiled: "He'd got it, you know, your father."

Team-Mate Of The Stars – But Paul Missed Out On Wolves Chance

Sunday, March 5th, 2017

Botham, McClaren And DJ In Midfielder's Varied Past

His headmaster was decidedly unhappy. He wanted as many students as possible to be heading to university. But Paul Moss was quite certain: he wanted to be a footballer. And for a goodly while, that looked as if it was going to be in Everton blue. It was home sickness that brought him to Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Dear Diary Entry 65

Thursday, March 2nd, 2017

Another 'Curse Of The Old Boys' Case

Monday, February 6: Some further reflections on Wolves' surprise defeat at Burton on wasn't all about impressive goal-scoring loanee Michael Kightly, who spoke with good grace afterwards about the role he played in turning round a game which appeared to be going the way of his former employers.

Richards Returns To Wembley Glow

Monday, February 27th, 2017

League Cup Match Winner On Parade

John Richards sucked in the Wembley atmosphere once more yesterday - and savoured the memories of League Cup finals past. Wolves Heroes' co-owner was among the packed crowd as a Football League guest for Manchester United's thrilling victory over Southampton and was naturally stirred by his recollections of the same stage 43 and 37 years ago.

Extraordinary Service Of The Six-Decade Kind

Friday, February 24th, 2017

Owen In Print On His Lifetime In The Game

Little did we know when we featured Brian Owen at great length on this site five years ago next month that we would one day have the perfect tool with which to research his amazing life in football. The long-time coach, physio and occasional Wolves first-team player was already more than half a century into his career when we encountered him as an engaging, informative and fascinating interviewee on the other end of the line.

Time For A Strong Last Quarter

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017

Outsider's View On The Task Ahead

FA Cup heroics over, Wolves are back in Championship action this weekend, with their season still having plenty of important ground to run. Ignacio del Valle Ruiz, a football 'freak' with a soft spot for the club, is one of the founders of and is responsible for the creative part of the website. He now has his say on Molinux matters over the next two and a half months.

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