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Keeping Up With The Joneses

Wednesday, September 18th, 2019

And A Welcome Away Win For Brazier

Former Wolves players have continued to help local and national charities through their efforts on the golf course over the past fortnight. After the huge success of the charity day at Oxley Park the Friday before last, eight of them appeared at the annual autumn event staged at Wrottesley Park.

Duggie Present For Landmark Day

Sunday, September 15th, 2019

VIP View Of 130th Birthday Celebrations

Dave Woodfield has expressed his gratitude after meeting up with old pals on what he thinks might be his last visit to Molineux. The experienced former centre-half was at yesterday's Premier League game against Chelsea and was delighted to cross paths again with some of the players there to help celebrate the iconic stadium's 130th birthday.

The Word Of The Doc

Thursday, September 12th, 2019

Fresh Insight On Departed Manager

Tommy Docherty has preceded Saturday's Molineux meeting of two of his former clubs by paying belated further respect to the friend who died this summer. The 91-year-old Scot's name cropped up at last month's service in honour of Sammy Chapman, to whom we were delighted to add our own full account of the day.

Just Great To Be Back

Monday, September 9th, 2019

Walker's Relief At Return To The Fold

Paul Walker is still buzzing after making a nostalgic first return to Wolverhampton in almost 50 years. The Yorkshireman travelled from Leeds to be part of the bumper turn-out at the annual Wolves Former Players Association golf day and has vowed not to leave it as long next time!

Knowles: The Forgotten Debut

Friday, September 6th, 2019

Far From Home - An Exciting First Glimpse

We all know Peter Knowles's last first-team game for Wolves was 50 years ago today against Nottingham Forest. But where was his first? The perceived wisdom is that it was a month and a half into the 1963-64 season when a First Division game at Leicester brought him his competitive senior debut for the club.

Dear Diary Entry 95

Tuesday, September 3rd, 2019

Moving Tribute To Former Colleague

Tuesday, August 6: Was touched to read that two former Wolves men had played very public roles in paying tribute to a team-mate they both had at Blackpool. Steve Harrison and Alan Ainscow were among a quartet of former Seasiders players who laid flowers behind the Kop goal at Bloomfield Road in memory of striker Kevin Stonehouse, who has died aged 59.

Wolves Among The Vikings

Saturday, August 31st, 2019

Quartet Turn Back Clock At Nordic Celebration

They toured there several times in the 1970s and now a group of Wolves players from that era are back on their travels by popular demand. John Richards, Kenny Hibbitt, Steve Daley and Colin Brazier are spending the weekend in Norway, where they have been entertaining fans from both sides of the North Sea with their stories and recollections.

Food For Euro Thought

Wednesday, August 28th, 2019

Would Peter Have Made All The Difference?

Here's a thought......would Steve Daley's pre-Ferencvaros arrival in Wolves' first team have been delayed if Peter Knowles had not retired? Might Bill McGarry's highly entertaining side even have gone the extra step and won the UEFA Cup in 1972 had they not been rocked by the pull of the Jehovah's Witness movement?

VAR Farce That’s Killing Our Passion

Sunday, August 25th, 2019

Magical Moments Under Threat

Would Steve Bull's aeroplane celebration ever have got off the ground had VAR been around in his hey-day? So used was Wolves' record all-time scorer to employing a bit of muscle when necessary and to playing 'on the shoulder' of the last defender that who knows how many of his 306 goals would have been referred for a nudge here and a possible offside offence there?

Goals, Goals, Goals

Thursday, August 22nd, 2019

Shades Of 71-72 As The Trail Continues

We're 48 years on, there have been around 25 changes of manager in that time, yet some things are still the same......Wolves have the happy knack of going goal-crazy when they are in Europe.

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