Archive for October, 2010
Midfielder Now Making Waves In ManagementIf Paul Cook isn't already in line for the freedom of the sleepy borough of Sligo, he might be after this evening. The popular former Wolves midfielder will be hailed a hero all over again in a corner of Ireland if his side qualify for Europe under his management for the second time in three seasons.
How Legendary Keeper Cut His Teeth At WolvesHe may be best known at Molineux for having to pick the ball out of his net five times in 45 minutes on a wondrous afternoon nearly 40 years ago. But there's another story linking Bob Wilson with Wolverhampton Wanderers that is very much worth telling. And it's one that has Stan Cullis at its core.
DVD Launch Sparks A Stirring Piece Of PoetryThe release of a new dvd chronicling the life and times of Sir Jack Hayward has been marked by a touching poem sent to us by Wolves fan Mick Beech. It isn't the first time Wolverhampton-based Mick has felt compelled to write in prose about his Molineux heroes and we are delighted to publish his latest efforts to coincide with ILC Media's launch of 'Sir Jack, Wolves.'
Snow Escape Leads To Sky Blues Double Header
It was less a tour and more two short hops but rarely have Wolverhampton Wanderers been more relieved to board a plane and find some match practice. With Britain shivering in the grip of one of its bitterest winters of the 20th century, the vision of Stan Cullis came to the fore once more as he took his squad off on their travels in the second half of 1962-63.