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Now Stowell And Davies Are In

Making Room For Another Couple Of Favourites

Another match-day, another brace of inductees – Saturday mornings have taken on a pleasurable new twist in these tense weeks of spring. Mike Stowell and Jack Davies are the latest Molineux stalwarts announced as being on their way into Wolves’ hall of fame.

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The Sweetest Of Revenge

Edwards Won’t Say It But This Is Karma

Aboard the roller-coaster that football life is often compared with, Easter has brought some notable Wolves-related rises and falls around the country. Rob Edwards continues to fly as Luton manager, his club’s sequence of six wins and three draws from the last nine games leaving them right in the race for the Premier League, with three weeks of the season left.

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Big Win Makes It Happy Returns For Mike

Bailey Back Among Old Pals

Fifty years ago this month, Mike Bailey returned from one of his increasingly frequent injury absences to witness the joy of a John Richards hat-trick at home to Everton. More relevantly to this story, the captain’s fitness was tested over the next fortnight by playing three First Division games in four days, two of them away and one as far from home as Ipswich.

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A Lofty Perch….Bishop To Be Ordained, Too!

Two More Stars Heading For Precious Molineux Status

Phil Parkes and 1908 FA Cup final winner Alf Bishop can today be revealed as two more of the considerable group of imminent inductees to Wolves’ hall of fame. Following last weekend’s happy announcement about Robbie Dennison and Joe Gardiner, the spotlight now switches to two men who, by huge coincidence, both played 382 competitive games for the club.

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Dear Diary Entry 138

Strewth – So Near And Yet So Far!

Wednesday, March 1: Had the pleasure of a webcam call from Marge and Bobby Gould on the other side of the world after pointing out to them that John Richards was holidaying in New Zealand at the same time as they were. The Richardses have popped over to the South Island for a couple of weeks (and for the first time in around 20 years) during a stay of several weeks with their eldest daughter Kim in Melbourne and were interested when I alerted them to the fact his former team-mate was in the country, too.

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Welcome To The Club!

First New Inductees Announced

Robbie Dennison is to become part of Wolves’ cherished hall of fame following the long hiatus in adding to the cream of the Molineux crop. The genial Irishman, who turns 60 this spring, will be the fourth member of the Sherpa Van Trophy-winning team from Wembley in 1988 to be honoured.

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