Archive for October, 2021

Hibby Happy At Family Honour

Monday, October 18th, 2021

A Medal Possibility With A Difference

Kenny Hibbitt has expressed his delight at the revelation that a League Championship winners' medal is likely to be posthumously struck for his late brother, Terry. Wolves Heroes readers will be aware from our involvement in the happy story about Ron Stockin that many players are now being honoured several decades on from being considered to have played too few games to qualify.

A Mouth-Watering Prospect

Friday, October 15th, 2021

Packed House Will Make For A Tingling Occasion

Five West Midlands derbies, few points, NO fans. But, mercifully, all that is about to change tomorrow. After the previously unthinkable backcloth of empty grounds for what would have been hugely-attended matches against Villa and Albion over the last two years, the volume is being turned back to maximum as claret and blue meets gold and black.

It’s Out – And Hitting The Spot

Tuesday, October 12th, 2021

Hot-Off-Press Publication Offers A Spectacular Look Back

David Instone's eye-catching new book all about Wolves in the 1970s is now available to supporters. The author has promised to donate 75 per cent of any profits to charity and has been thrilled by the initial response to the publication.

A Brucie Bonus!

Saturday, October 9th, 2021

Surprise Guest Highlights Lofty's Big Night

Well, he turned up and he went down a storm! Bruce Grobbelaar had no intention of letting anyone down, least of all a fellow member of the Goalkeepers' Union. When we recently previewed last night's Phil Parkes tribute dinner at Molineux, we referred to a special mystery guest as being due to attend among the usual host of former Wolves players.

A Change Of Kit – But Was It Accidental?

Wednesday, October 6th, 2021

Fan Reveals How Club Closed Ranks

Here's an offering with a difference from us - and one with which we suspect we are pushing our luck in wondering whether any of our readers can shed some new light. Don Noble, whose name may be familiar following the valuable help he has given us in the past, kindly emailed once more to bring to our attention a distant recollection from his memory bank.

Dear Diary Entry 120

Sunday, October 3rd, 2021

Wolves Cub Now A Goal-Scoring Veteran

Saturday, September 4: Remember Leon Clarke? The Wolverhampton-born former Molineux youngster has recently joined Bristol Rovers seven months on from his 36th birthday and obliged by scoring the only goal on his debut at home to Crawley this afternoon.

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