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AB First In Line

Saturday, January 25th, 2020

1983 Start To System That Is Now Routine

They have been commonplace for decades and can help transform a club's season. But when did loan signings first become part of Wolves' landscape and who was the first such capture the club made?

Finding His Level

Wednesday, January 22nd, 2020

Opportunity Came Lower Down For Cullis Cub

“We had Eddie Stuart, George Showell, Gerry Harris, John Harris, Gwyn Jones and Phil Kelly, as well as Bobby Thomson coming through. Apart from the occasional trip with the first team as 12th man (there were no substitutes in those days, of course), it was second and third-team football.

Telling Clips From The Archives

Sunday, January 19th, 2020

Managers In The Spotlight

Following our pre-Christmas piece on Geoff Palmer's 1986 televised interview about joining the police force, other Wolves TV features from the past have been brought to our attention. We are indebted to keen supporter Giuseppe Campione for directing us to several items on screen from the John Barnwell and Ian Greaves eras and are happy to share them here with our other readers.

Top Of The Pile Down Under

Thursday, January 16th, 2020

Crowe The Star Of Thrilling Last-Gasp Escape

From Australia comes an appreciation with a difference of the late former Wolves inside-forward Chris Crowe. We were surprised to check our in-box and find a long message out of the blue detailing the player's impact on Sydney club Auburn in the late 1960s.

A Question Of Priorities

Monday, January 13th, 2020

Memories Of When The Cup Packed 'Em In

Wolves' midweek visit to Manchester United is once again set to create debate over the relative merits of the Premier League and the knockout once regarded as the best in club football. Notwithstanding the fact that 31,381 witnessed the third-round deadlock at Molineux nine days ago, we suspect we might be heading for a dumbed-down version of what was an epic collision in decades past.

Action Man Marcus Enjoyed Late Molineux Stop-Off

Friday, January 10th, 2020

Significant First-Team Impact Of Big American

Marcus Hahnemann was skiing when I called for this interview. “No problem,” he said, “I’ll put you on speaker phone.” It seems that the 6ft 3in former keeper is used to taking calls, literally, at leisure. He was at his cabin in Washington State, fly fishing, when Mick McCarthy phoned in July, 2009: “Did I want to join Wolverhampton Wanderers?"

Life On The Ocean Wave

Tuesday, January 7th, 2020

Le Flem Able To Sea His Future

From the dusty annals of football literature comes an interesting insight into the thoughts of Dick Le Flem when he was making his way in the game. The left-winger who served Wolves for just over a year in the mid-1960s seasons played first for Nottingham Forest and is one of relatively few players to have originated from the Channel Islands.

Dear Diary Entry 99

Saturday, January 4th, 2020

A 'Sign' Of The Times

Wednesday, December 4: Enjoyed having a late-afternoon meet-up over coffee with Paul Berry, especially it created the chance to take delivery of extra autographed copies of Why Not Me?, the wonderful Carl Ikeme autobiography that he ghost-wrote.

‘Tis A Time For Travelling

Wednesday, January 1st, 2020

Ringing In The New Decades - And Largely In Winning Style

To mark the fact that today is a major landmark occasion, we spotlight the last ten start-of-decade games in Wolves' history. And what an oddity..... amid some excellent results, you will notice that all of those spotlighted below (League fixtures unless otherwise stated) are away matches.

Not So Private, Ryan

Sunday, December 29th, 2019

'Dodger' In Spotlight Of Fly-On-The-Wall Study

A trip to face Merseyside opposition in Derek Ryan's day could only have meant taking on Tranmere. And a meeting with a side from Greater Manchester was likely to have been a clash with Stockport and definitely not one with the team of reigning Premier League champions who Wolves have now beaten home and away in the space of two and a half months.

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