Breaks? We All Need ’em

So Cloughie DID Return The Favour!

Wolves’ major part in not one but both of Brian Clough’s title conquests as a manager has been well documented. What is less known is the sort of favour the legendary boss did to those at Molineux by way of return.

Nuno: Some Final Thoughts

Pressure On Board Following Parting Of Ways

Where next for Wolverhampton Wanderers? Replacing the man who did most to achieve successive finishes of first, seventh, seventh and 13th will be no easy task. Most clubs seek a new manager or head coach because the ways of the previous incumbent have become flawed or outdated. So that often comes with a change of direction.

Success! Contact Established With Long-Time Target

Don Gardner Interview Coming Soon

Don Gardner, who became the first black player to appear in a senior competitive game for the club, has been tracked down at last by Wolves Heroes. It is now approaching four years since we published a story on here, asking whether any of our readers knew his whereabouts.

End Of A Glorious Era

Moving On – With Head Held Very High

So it’s adeus this weekend to those exaggerated fist pumps on the Molineux pitch in celebration of victories. Adeus to those group huddles in front of the technical area whenever Wolves score. And, most important of all, adeus to the exhilaration of watching Wolves rebuild, grow and prosper over the last four years. It has been quite a ride.

Did Wolves Miss Out On Something Big?

Long-Serving Stowell Now An FA Cup Winner As Well

‘Whoever coaches that Schmeichel geezer……get him a gong for God’s sake’. So said one of the countless texts Mike Stowell had waiting for him when he switched on his phone in the victorious Wembley dressing room on Saturday night.

Longing For Some Bookings!

Thoughts Of Cup Final Hero Jimmy Mac

FA Cup final day is special to Jim McCalliog. How can it not be? He played and scored in one final, then made the winning goal in another ten years later. And it feels opportune to be trying to do him a good favour on the 45th anniversary of his last but one Wembley appearance.

Three Lions Aplenty

Molineux Date With So Many Molineux Links

There surely wasn’t ever an era like this as far as Wolves interest in England under-21 fixtures goes……the second half of the 1970s was awash with ‘Three Lions’ young players who were either on the payroll at Molineux or were later added to it. And the fact that the very first game played by the country at that level was staged in Wolverhampton just adds to the gold and black cocktail..

A Tribute To Stan

Richards Role In Unveiling Ceremony

John Richards and Gordon Taylor, fellow Lancastrians who became regular opponents in Wolves-Birmingham clashes, are to join forces in honour of Stan Cullis next month. The two men are to attend a ceremony in memory of Molineux’s most successful all-time boss in his birthplace, Ellesmere Port.

Dear Diary Entry 115

‘Young’ Jinky In Hot Seat

Monday, April 5: Shocked to see Jamie Smith in charge of Sheffield Wednesday and facing the cameras after the 5-0 slaughter of Mick McCarthy’s Cardiff today. He surely can’t be old enough!

A Strange Thing Happened In The Derby…..

Unusual Occurences From Albion Games Past

Continuing our countdown to tonight’s first Hawthorns meeting of Albion and Wolves since 2011, we highlight some of the stranger occurences in the Black Country derby, home and away, over the years.

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