Dear Diary Entry 102

Sunday, April 5th, 2020

Still Haunted By Echoes Of The Past

Saturday, March 7: Wolves still have a disproportionate amount of trouble when facing Brighton. Decades on from when they were a definite bogey side and nearly seven years since they drove the final nail into the Molineux relegation coffin for the second time, they continue to be problematic opponents.

Air-Lift In The Nick Of Time

Thursday, April 2nd, 2020

Goulds Home - With A Tale To Tell

Bobby Gould has revealed how he and his wife almost became lockdown cases on the other side of the world. As we suggested in an article in October, they spent three winter months in New Zealand but their stay was nearly extended by around the same again by the coronavirus.

Bored, Bearing Up And Still Full Of Banter

Monday, March 30th, 2020

Lofty On Form Despite Lockdown

We considered it high time we checked up on another of the 70somethings favourites from Molineux history and were cheered this morning by Phil Parkes's update on life under the restrictions of coronavirus. "I'm doing what I'm told and keeping well - but bored out of my skull," he summed up. Which probably applies to a lot of us.

An Honour For Ranks

Friday, March 27th, 2020

Pride At Recognition From Home-Town Club

Mark Rankine has become an indirect coronavirus victim - but in a way that is nothing like as serious. The former Wolves utility man was due to have been inducted into the Hall of Fame at his home-town club Doncaster, only for his big day to fall victim to the massive illness outbreak.

Staying Strong

Tuesday, March 24th, 2020

No Let-Up For Us During Virus Shutdown

We at Wolves Heroes are committed to carrying on working in earnest through the current difficulties. Self-isolation and social distancing do cause us inconvenience of course - but not of the magnitude that would threaten a significant reduction in our output of stories.

A Golden Trail To The Brink Of Glory

Saturday, March 21st, 2020

Memories Of Fan's Lengthy UEFA Odyssey

With Wolves well placed in their last-16 Europa League tie, we had planned to post this piece before the Molineux return against Olympiacos. But who knows when that game will now take place? In the meantime, we look back to the club's last adventure of this magnitude through the eyes of a fan.

The Way Out Of The Misery

Wednesday, March 18th, 2020

Season Must Resume - Whenever That May Be

Everything moved so fast - and now it will move depressingly slowly. Twelve days ago, I travelled back from the joint appearance by Carl Ikeme and Sylvan Ebanks-Blake at Telford Wolves Supporters Club with two fans excited about their impending trip to Athens.

Forty Years Ago Today…..League Cup Glory Part Two

Sunday, March 15th, 2020

More Recollections From A Big Wembley Day

As today is the 40th anniversary of Wolves' second League Cup final triumph, we are keeping our promise to take a second look back at the big day. Enjoy our reminder of some of the stories you may have read and forgotten about......

So Long Ago, Yet Still So Special

Thursday, March 12th, 2020

Strange Things Happened On The Way To Wembley!

To commemorate the fact that it will be 40 years ago this Sunday since Wolves beat Nottingham Forest at Wembley to win the League Cup, we present a look back with a difference at the big date with Brian Clough's seemingly impregnable side.

Table-Toppers Once More!

Monday, March 9th, 2020

Carl Rocks Telford - With A Little Help From His Friend

Carl Ikeme went for Joao Moutinho. Sylvan Ebanks-Blake opted instead for his and the keeper’s former team-mate, Matt Doherty. Well, choosing Wolves’ best player is no easy task these days.

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