Gerry At Home With Wolves

A Fleeting Chance On The Doorstep

‘Local’ lads just don’t come any more local than Gerry O’Hara. The mid-1970s Wolves youngster was not just from Wolverhampton, he was brought up in a street lying in the shadow of Molineux.

Goal Machine – Alas Not For Wolves

Serial Poacher With A Love Of Molineux

Which striker had trials with Wolves, never played in their first team and went on to score hundreds of goals almost on their doorstep?

Okay, he didn’t score them at anything like the level Wolves were playing at but he had a second dart with them in the late 1970s and he’s a lifelong fan of the club.

Strike Legend At ‘Billy & Bully’ Launch

Steve Signs In Again For Fans

Steve Bull has been booked in at Molineux this Saturday for a signing session that marks the official launch of a new book chronicling his magnificent deeds. Wolves’ all-time record goalscorer will be in the Family Information Centre, next door to the ticket office behind the Stan Cullis Stand, immediately before the glamour home game against Arsenal.

Holsy Adopts A New Outlook

Bereavements Cause A Rethink

John Holsgrove is planning visits to old friends in both the West Midlands and on Canada’s west coast after admitting the recent loss of close Wolves pals has given him a new outlook on life. He and his wife Jan are already plotting a stay at the home of Lois and Les Wilson in Vancouver next summer as well as fitting in a trip to Sedgley this year to see Bobby Thomson’s widow, Jan.