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Room For The Groom

Friday, July 2nd, 2021

Ramsey's Orders For Happy Newly-Wed

Not many players can say they married at 11am and reported for England duty at 7pm. Fewer still would want to claim that the wedding-night bed they were invited to share belonged to the team's centre-forward. Such was the lot of Alan Hinton, the winger groomed at Wolves and first capped for his country while at Molineux.

New Dawn Brings A Meeting Of Minds

Tuesday, June 29th, 2021

A Wolves Enclave By The Sea

Remember those two global and continental triumphs achieved by England age-group teams four years ago? Remember how they lifted our spirits hugely and raised hopes of success for the senior team in a tournament such as the one in which Gareth Southgate's side are aiming for a quarter-final place now?

Happy Birthday To…..Iwan

Saturday, June 26th, 2021

Striker Hoping To Be Bursting With Pride

Iwan Roberts has described the prospect of a Welsh victory in Amsterdam today as the perfect present for his 53rd birthday. The former Wolves striker is a familiar voice - often in Welsh - on various BBC platforms but spoke the language more familiar to us when interviewed on air by breakfast TV presenter Sally Nugent this week.

Call-ups That Came With A Rush

Wednesday, June 23rd, 2021

Scottish Breakthrough Opened A Key Gateway

Wolves’ imprint on the Scotland side remains largely an all-or-nothing affair. For almost 100 years, the club had no-one in the senior international team north of the border – then came a rush of proven performers for the likes of Bobby Brown and Tommy Docherty to call on.

A Quite Remarkable Old Boy

Sunday, June 20th, 2021

Special Sitting Honours Molineux's Greatest Leader

England games against Scotland popped up a lot more frequently in Stan Cullis's playing days. Two of his 12 full peace-time caps were gained in this oldest of international fixtures and his three outings for the Football League side came in a pre-war era in which he was able to savour victories over the Scottish League both in Glasgow and Wolverhampton.

Joy As Welsh Wow Us All Over Again

Thursday, June 17th, 2021

Heroes Making Up For Country's Lost Time

George Berry, Rob Edwards, Wayne Hennessey, Carl Robinson, Bryn Jones....your boys handed out a hell of a beating! Life just gets better and better for Wales players and supporters - semi-finalists in France in 2016 and now as good as through to the European Championship knock-out stages this time with a game still to play.

A View To Be Envied

Monday, June 14th, 2021

Blake Gives It Them Straight

Among those looking on at close quarters while a record number of Wolves players compete at this European Championship finals is a former Molineux man whose own international career did not scale such heights. Nathan Blake is an experienced figure at the microphone these days and is in Baku to summarise for the BBC at Wales' games against Switzerland on Saturday and Turkey on Wednesday.

Settled At Last – And Contented

Friday, June 11th, 2021

Former Wolves Boss Is Done Roaming

Colin Lee turns 65 tomorrow and has retired. Or at least that status in life is how he has increasingly been seeing himself. "We've had 25 different places but this is us now," he said, from the home that offers a high and majestic look-out over the busiest stretch of Devon's holiday coast. "What we can say is that this is our retirement home.

Cornered! Faraway Heroics Of Former Wolves Lad

Tuesday, June 8th, 2021

'Super Guy' Who Raised Morale In Boer War Territory

Peter Russell's name has featured in our columns more than once over the years and we are happy to pay further tribute to the Gornal-born wing-half or centre-half who served Wolves from 1952 to 1956 and still lives in South Africa at the age of 86. Our new information has been received in various emails from the retired John Williams, who is in his mid-70s and living in Roodepoort, Johannesburg. We are happy to quote him at length on how the paths of the two men crossed.....and the impressions formed as a result.

Dear Diary Entry 116

Saturday, June 5th, 2021

Final Turns On A Long Road

Friday, May 9: Had some fun texting Rob Kelly as our paths crossed on the M5 this afternoon. We were driving north of Exeter after a break in Devon and wished him all the best for Barrow's final game of the season tomorrow at the 'other' St James's Park. Among his messages was a remark about how long the journey to the south-west was feeling.

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