Apportioning Blame In Name Game

Tuesday, August 18th, 2020

A Quarter Of A Century Of Getting It Wrong - But Now We Know

A new publication reveals that we have been using the wrong name for decades for a striker Wolves introduced to League football. Jason Roberts, who pitched up relatively briefly at Molineux in the autumn of 1997, has made it known that he is in fact Jason Robert and is liable to become irritated if people do not respect the difference.

A Fitting Send-Off

Saturday, August 15th, 2020

Crowds Line The Streets In Honour Of Late Full-Back

We at Wolves Heroes would have been present at the funeral of Gerry Harris in more normal times, as we have turned out to pay our respects to any number of his former team-mates over the years. In our enforced absence on this occasion, we were therefore delighted to receive an on-the-spot account of the fitting way in which the Claverley community and members of the extended Wolves family said goodbye to him yesterday.

Gerry ‘Had A Great Life With Wolves’

Wednesday, August 12th, 2020

Travels And Honours Made Him The Envy Of His Mates

More information has come to light about Gerry Harris, the highly decorated former Wolves defender whose funeral is held at the end of this week. We are indebted to Gerry's son Marvin for filling in some of the gaps in the life and career of the man on whom we wrote at length a week and a half ago.

Mel’s Insight On Perils Of This Longest Season

Sunday, August 9th, 2020

A Time For Clear And Calm Thinking - Eves

You get the impression Mel Eves would have coped as well as anyone in a dressing room with the difficulties of lockdown. Phrases like 'controlling the controllables' are part of his every-day vocabulary now but he had an eye on the psychology of the game even as far back as his playing days four decades ago.

Media Watch: John Wragg

Thursday, August 6th, 2020

Taylor Ally On Daley Exit - And Squash With Bill, Barney and Barker

We continue our popular Media Watch series by turning the spotlight on long-time Daily Express reporter John Wragg - a regular in the Molineux press box, and many others around the Midlands and beyond, for decades. 'Wraggy' has had a brilliant career in newspapers, dating back to his time at the Birmingham Post in the early 1970s, and is thrilled at seeing Wolves prospering again.

Dear Diary Entry 106

Monday, August 3rd, 2020

Memories Of A Big Night Out

Tuesday, July 7: Have started to think about the piece I have been asked to write for the forthcoming book on favourite Wolves games played under floodlights. It is being brought out by Clive Corbett and Steve Gordos, who have a massive array of matches to consider.

Tribute To Gerry Posted

Thursday, July 30th, 2020

Pride And Sadness After Full-Back's Passing

In case you don't automatically go looking in our Obituaries area at this sad time, please be aware that that is where we have published our lengthy appreciation of the life and career of Gerry Harris. The tough defender died earlier this week at the age of 84, having spent his final years in a care home at Alveley, on the road between Bridgnorth and Kidderminster.

Outstanding Captain On A Distinguished List

Monday, July 27th, 2020

Ever-Present Heroes From Across The Decades

Billy Wright never managed it, nor Stan Cullis. Neither did Steve Bull. But proud Scouser Conor Coady is by no means walking alone as the holder of an ever-present Wolves appearance record.

Goal Twins In Privileged Company

Friday, July 24th, 2020

Top 50 Places For Nuno's Golden Duo

Two of Wolves' overseas gems have used English football's restart to make it into the top 50 in the club's list of all-time highest scorers. No prizes for guessing that Diogo Jota and Raul Jimenez are the players in question, with power to add on Sunday away to a Chelsea side against whom both have proved a menace in recent times.

Funeral Day Fills Kelly With Pride

Tuesday, July 21st, 2020

Striker Speaks Of His Fondness For Legendary Manager

David Kelly has paid tribute to his international mentor Jack Charlton - and expressed the fervent wish that there will be a memorial service to him later in the year. Thousands lined the streets of Ashington in Northumberland today for the funeral of the World Cup winner, who passed away aged 85 ten days ago.

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