Player Q & A
No England Regrets – HibbyMonday, February 7th, 2011
Midfielder Admits: 'I Wasn't Good Enough For A Full Cap'Q: You were quite young when you knew Wolves wanted to sign you, so how did you feel? And how does it feel to look back on it now? (From Oldgold Wolfcub) A: The only thing I knew about Wolverhampton Wanderers was that they played in gold and black. I didn’t know where Wolverhampton was. I’d seen the team a little bit on television and had heard about Derek Dougan and Peter Knowles but that was it.
Hibby Thrilled By ‘Hall’ HonourFriday, January 7th, 2011
Ken's Pride At Joining Elite GroupKenny Hibbitt was one of Wolverhampton Wanderers' finest ever midfielders and was at Molineux for Wednesday's memorable win over Chelsea. He will be back at the stadium tonight for a special honour, so we have chosen this time to catch up with him and quiz him at length, with part one of our feature focusing on his big evening.
Teacher Thommo Was Role ModelFriday, November 5th, 2010
Long Molineux Career Had Shaky StartAndy Thompson is one of Wolves' most popular players of recent decades. He joined the club at the same time as his good friend, Steve Bull, and together they saw Wolves through a traumatic but eventually successful period. I started off by asking Andy about his current employment, as a teacher, and enquired why he decided to move into that profession.
Ernie, The Wonder Of Waggy & Frank – And A Sad Case!Friday, July 23rd, 2010
Bailey Reflects On 'Good Times'Conducting the second part of my interview with Mike was more difficult than I imagined. Considering he is supposed to be retired, he is out and about more than many of my friends who work full-time. Mind you, he does enjoy his golf and, when I eventually tracked him down, he admitted he spends a lot of his time out on the course. And who can blame him? So, it was 8.30 one morning when I pinned him down - and he exercised his skipper's preroragative to tell me to get a move on as he was teeing off at 10am!
Bailey: My England LetdownTuesday, July 6th, 2010
Two Caps A Poor Reward For Awesome LeaderBy John Richards This latest Q & A has been particularly enjoyable for me because it involves my former captain and team-mate, Mike Bailey. Mike was the man who led us to the final of the UEFA Cup in 1972 and then succeeded in lifting the League Cup two years later. He was a natural leader and an inspirational player. He was without doubt the best captain I ever played under and I firmly believe Wolves have not had a captain of his calibre since he left in 1976.
An Audience With Mike BaileyThursday, May 27th, 2010
Q & A Time For Skipper
Mike Bailey is to be John Richards' next subject in our Q & A feature. The inspirational long-time Molineux captain has agreed to step in and field questions from readers and JR himself. The feature is due to be posted in the second half of June - many thanks for all the questions you have sent.
A Friendly Barrage For BertThursday, April 8th, 2010
Master Keeper Back In Firing Line
What better way to spend a few hours than chatting with one of Wolves' all-time legends, Bert Williams? A few weeks after his 90th birthday celebrations at Molineux, I recently had the pleasure of visiting his Shifnal home to pose questions sent in by fans - plus one or two of my own. Many thanks again to our friends at Molineux Mix for supporting us in this venture.