All So Very Different

Premier League Return Will Take Wolves Into New Territory

Wolves are set to tread new ground not once but twice if the Premier League season resumes as planned in the second half of next month. Never before have the club played a League game in June but that seems increasingly likely to happen, with training being stepped up this week at the country’s leading clubs.

There For The Last Time

Farewell Visits To Homes That Are No More

Many clubs differ from Wolves in as much as they have sacrificed their long-time home in the name of progress – or in some cases necessity. Read below and you will probably be surprised at just how many old grounds have gone under the bulldozers.

Fifty Years Of Catching Up

A Welcome Call From The States

Alan Hinton and Ted Farmer have savoured an hour-long trans-Atlantic phone call – and vowed not to leave it as long next time. The two sons of the Black Country broke into Wolves’ first team in successive seasons and made a major impact on top-flight football as well as in age-group internationals.

Philling In Some Family Gaps!

‘Looking For Lofty’ Mission Pays Off

Embarking on family trees has become a popular lockdown activity and we at Wolves Heroes are enjoying playing our minor part. We were contacted out of the blue by Brian Jackson, a Londoner now resident an hour or so north of where Graham Taylor’s Wolves won against Lecce in the Anglo Italian Cup in 1994.

Mayhem Of The Climatic Kind

Long Breaks Of The Past Were Nothing Like This

In another two or three weeks, the gap between Premier League fixtures played by Wolves will have stretched longer – and more painfully – than the traditional summer break. It was nine weeks ago yesterday that Nuno and his players signed off at Molineux with the game against Brighton and it’s a sobering thought that today would have been the final day of the top-flight season, with exciting issues to be resolved away from and possibly around Wolves’ visit to Chelsea.

Played In Essex

Novelty Night Out For Barney’s Wolves

It’s not only the big Wolves games we love profiling on this site – and the fixture in question today is very much one of the left-field variety. So much did this particular match fly under the radar that the Express & Star didn’t send a reporter or even carry someone else’s report of it.

Kelly Prepares For Big Return

Insight From Germany On Football’s Resumption

“If we can create a degree of normality in these very abnormal times, maybe we can give people a lift.” And, with that sentiment, Robert Kelly – a late-1980s Wolves midfielder and 1990s Molineux coach – prepares to take his place on the touchline when professional football restarts in Europe this week.

As Good As ANY Team-Mate

Stricken Dave Boosts Charity Close To His Heart

Dave Thomas is close to taking his magnificent money-raising efforts for the Guide Dogs Association through the £100,000 barrier. The stricken former midfielder, whose stay at Wolves was the one blot on a terrific career, is going blind with the eye condition glaucoma.

Dear Diary Entry 103

Oops, Look Away, Lofty!

We did wonder whether we would have enough material to maintain this item during lockdown – but here we are. The time may not have flown but the ideas have flowed! Monday, April 6: Found it! Ever since we spoke to Phil Parkes a few days ago, we had vowed to check up on a goal Bobby Moore once stuck past him at West Ham.

Holmesy Promises: No Spoilers!

Family Sadness – And Now The Pride

Mick Holmes is counting off the days until his nephew once more becomes a star of our TV screens. We have reported on here before how young Max Vento has stolen hearts with his performance as the autistic Joe Hughes in the BBC drama The A Word.

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