Dean – And Nearly Out!

Final Hurrah For Legs Crying Out For Mercy

Dean Edwards has set his sights on dragging his weary limbs through one more game – in order to rack up a personal landmark. The Devon-based Wolves fan was heading for a 1980s music gig when we reached him this morning but didn’t fare as well recently when turning the clock back to his goal-scoring days.

School Of Hard Knocks

Jones Wrestled With Tough Balancing Act

Young professionals at major clubs are paid substantial sums of money and play what one might euphemistically call ‘gentle’ games against other academies. It is a little later that they find themselves on the scrapheap with some serious questions to ask of a ‘what next?’ nature.

Club Games In June? It Has Often Happened

……But Only On Wolves’ Overseas Travels

Continuing our topical theme of Wolves on their travels, how is this for something of a contradiction in terms? The club have never played a League fixture in June but many’s the time they have nevertheless found this a congested month.

Curious First Step On Europa Voyage Of Discovery

Bigger Guns Lie In Wait…

Northern Ireland or a northern island? We now sort of know where Wolves will be heading on their return to major European competition – and it’s probably not anywhere we had in mind. Norrkoping it isn’t. CSKA Sofia neither. Nor Dinamo Tbilisi, Hajduk Split or Maccabi Haifa.

Hitting The Heights Across The Sea

Kelly’s Eye On Swedish Honours

Given the state of alert we are currently on with the draw for the 2019-20 Europa League very close, what better time for some travelling to catch up with
a Wolves favourite and view a potential opponent? David Instone reflects on
four hectic days spent in foreign climes with the Express & Star’s John

On Cloud Nine

Long-Haul Trek Worth Every Moment

Phil Parkes is still buzzing from the memorable recent reunion of Vancouver Whitecaps’ history-makers – and making plans to ensure the absences aren’t as long another time. The popular ex-Wolves keeper met several former team-mates that he hadn’t seen since the end of his playing career but has revealed after his return home that his previous trip to the area had been tinged with great sadness.

Backpass A Winner Once More

Much For Wolves Fans To Pore Over

David Instone’s article on the extraordinary Molineux career of Stewart Ross heads up the considerable interest Wolves fans will find in the latest issue of Backpass. A full page is devoted to the man who still lives close in Codsall and who, before, during and after his flirtation with first-team football at the club, worked professionally in the city for decades.

Memory Match: Wolves 5 Dynamo Tbilisi 5

Floodlit Goal Fest Highlighted Epic Week

We all know that Stan Cullis’s Wolves possessed the happy knack of cutting loose in Molineux’s floodlit friendlies. What isn’t quite as well remembered is how the opposition occasionally used to reply in the same goal-scoring way.

Stars Beneath The Maple Leaf

Hailed As Heroes Once More – The Whitecaps Legends

Phil Parkes and Les Wilson signed professional contracts with Wolves on the same day in July, 1964 and went on to play more than 100 first-team games in each other’s company for the club. Five and a half decades on, they have just spent several days together half way across the world, celebrating the success in which they shared at Vancouver Whitecaps.

Dear Diary Entry 92

In Search Of Duggie

Wednesday, May 1: Fielded an enquiry from the producers of the Leamington FC programme asking whether we could connect them with Dave Woodfield about an editorial piece.