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Life Without Conor

Friday, August 12th, 2022

Captain's Departure A Major Gamble

Wolves deeming Conor Coady surplus to requirements? The very thought was unimaginable for much of the last five years. Now it is reality in the early days of the season and we wait with bated breath to see how things play out after what can only be described as a major gamble from the club.

Sundy Nights Out!

Monday, August 8th, 2022

Rutter Reunion On Island In The Sun

John Rutter has had another reunion in the sun with Alan Sunderland, one of his best mates from their respective careers at Molineux. The two were in the same youth side at Wolves more than half a century ago and have met up a number of times across the decades, including twice in Malta.

How’s This For Starters?

Friday, August 5th, 2022

Kick-Off Day Is Here - And What Memories!

So are Wolves in credit or deficit in opening-day fixtures across the full span of their history? And have they played more of them at Molineux or away? Time for some checking back in the record books.....But first some curious facts:

Dear Diary Entry 130

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2022

A Chance Missed With Doug

Sunday, July 3: Was disappointed to learn that I had failed to spot former Wolves reserve Doug Griffiths at the packed funeral of Albion legend Bobby Hope a few days ago. The one-time England schoolboy was a player for the Scottish international inside-forward and then his assistant manager at Bromsgrove and was one of a number of non-League figures in the huge gathering at Shenstone, near Lichfield.

On Track For Fun And Games

Saturday, July 30th, 2022

Golden Memories Of New Show To Hit Town

We know Bill Slater loved the Commonwealth Games. Who could serve in senior positions at British Gymnastics, Crystal Palace National Sports Centre, Lilleshall and the Sports Aid Foundation and not be utterly consumed by it? And the daughter of the former Wolves and England wing-half has kept alive the family connections with the event over the decades during her brilliant, award-winning BBC career.

Master Craftsman’s Surprise Debt To McGarry

Wednesday, July 27th, 2022

Wolves Target Who Clicked Big Time With Ajax

Who was inducted into Ajax's hall of fame but might alternatively have trodden a path to Molineux? Not Cruyff, Neeskens, Krol or Rep - this was someone born in Hackney who had helped heap League Cup embarrassment on Wolves.

Tales From The Tours

Sunday, July 24th, 2022

Pre-Season Memories Over The Decades

With Wolves once more in Iberia, we strike a topical note by looking back at ten notable pre-season matches the club have played overseas. We concentrate on friendlies played away from the home islands and, true to the nature of this site, on those played in the more distant past than in recent years.

A True Saviour

Thursday, July 21st, 2022

Loyal Secretary Who Did Much To Fend Off Threat Of Oblivion

Football folk of the 1980s and early 1990s could barely have imagined a Wolverhampton Wanderers without Keith Pearson and, as it transpired, we nearly lost both. Two lapses into Receivership gave Wolves the dubious honour of being the first of the true giants of the English game to flirt with going bump.

One Rich And Varied Life

Monday, July 18th, 2022

A Physio Who Did So Much More, Too

"I want to go on that pitch today. If I haven't had the chance and we're into the last few minutes, I need one of you lot to go down, even if you are not injured." So said Paul Darby to Floyd Streete and Gary Bellamy in the build-up to the 1988 Sherpa Van Trophy final.

Cheers, Lofty!

Friday, July 15th, 2022

Squad's Many Happy Returns

Phil Parkes has kicked off his landmark birthday celebrations with a surprise get-together organised by his former Wolves team-mates. Nine Molineux colleagues turned up at what can safely be described as a Wolves watering hole to raise a glass to the keeper who turned 75 yesterday.

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