Now It’s Goodman The Author

Don To Hit Book Shelves

Don Goodman is to become the latest former Wolves player to commit his life story to print. The popular long-time forward is currently working with journalist Brian Beard on a book that is due out this year.

No England Regrets – Hibby

Midfielder Admits: ‘I Wasn’t Good Enough For A Full Cap’

Q: You were quite young when you knew Wolves wanted to sign you, so how did you feel? And how does it feel to look back on it now? (From Oldgold Wolfcub) A: The only thing I knew about Wolverhampton Wanderers was that they played in gold and black. I didn’t know where Wolverhampton was. I’d seen the team a little bit on television and had heard about Derek Dougan and Peter Knowles but that was it.

A Ford Without The Necessary Drive

Forward Admits: ‘I Lacked Hunger ‘

‘Dream debut for Wolves 19-year-old’ read the main headline on the back page of the Express & Star on Friday, August 21, 1964. Alas, the exciting build-up fell a little flat for a lad snatched from under the noses of Albion.

It’s A Numbers Game For Loyal Les

Mixed Feelings Before Big Game

Rarely a Premier League game goes by without Les Wilson tuning in from afar to monitor developments. But when Wolves take on Manchester United at Molineux on Saturday, he will pull up an especially comfortable chair in the TV room of his Vancouver home and be absolutely riveted by the contest.

Kenny In The Spotlight

Looking Back With Affection

John Richards’ promised interview with Kenny Hibbitt will be posted on this site early next week. The two old mates were together again recently for the midfielder’s induction to Wolves’ Hall of Fame, since when they have talked at length for the latest addition to our Q & A area.

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