New Division, New Look

Update In Print On Promotion Triumph

Breedon Books are giving a major post-promotion makeover to what already stands as the most comprehensive publication ever produced on Wolves. The Derby-based publishers are including a new front cover in their updating of Wolverhampton Wanderers: The Complete Record.

Find Us Keepers!

Champions Wolves In Masters Search

A goalkeeper headache is threatening Wolves’ hopes of further success when they begin their defence of the Masters Cup at Birmingham’s National Indoor Arena at the weekend. From the nine-man squad who won the grand finals at the NEC in September, David Kelly was already known to be an absentee because of family commitments.

Beckham’s Backing For Billy

Knighthood Campaign Gathering Pace

David Beckham is being lined up to add his support to the campaign to secure a posthumous knighthood for Billy Wright, the biggest Molineux legend of all. Approaching 2,000 admirers of the heroic former Wolves and England captain have now backed the move to have the prefix ‘Sir’ alongside his name in addition to the letters CBE.

No Goals – And A Few Regrets

Farley’s Frustration At Molineux Drought

It still embarrasses John Farley now to think he played 43 games in Wolves’ attack and didn’t score a single goal. “I hoped you wouldn’t mention that,” he says when we meet at his Humberside home more than 30 years on. “Mind you, in my home debut against Leicester in 1974, I swear my free-kick went in off the crossbar before John Richards knocked it in and claimed it as his. Strikers are greedy like that, aren’t they!”

This Month’s Molineux Milestones

Landmarks In June

2nd – Steve Bull and Andy Mutch played in England under-21s’ win over Poland at Plymouth (1989). 3rd – Auckland 2 Wolves 3 in Auckland (1972). 6th – Barry Stobart was born (1938). 7th – Billy Crook was born (1926).