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Dear Diary Entry 136

Fergie Mark Two Eyes Another Promotion

Wednesday, January 4: Fact IS stranger than fiction. Darren Ferguson is back as manager at Peterborough and looking forward to taking charge of them for the fourth time. Why does a man who appears reluctant to take on opportunities elsewhere keep returning to a club he has left three times?

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Jackett In? Not Yet!

And Can Mick Have The Same Effect?

Following the dramatic improvement in Gillingham’s results since the arrival there of Kenny Jackett, can another former Wolves manager now instigate a similar revival 300 miles or so north west. These are still early days following the dramatic makeover on and off the pitch at the Priestfield Stadium at the start of the year but the difference could hardly be more noticeable.

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A Record-Breaker Right Out Of The Blue

How Eddie Headed South For Big Money

This month’s transfer window has us all on edge, with a daily (and more) check to see who is moving where and for how much. But it wasn’t always like this. For decades, such business could be conducted for most of the year and there weren’t agents around to leak stories, so player trading really had the potential to take the breath away.

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Going On The Record

Tuning In To Ted – The Surprise Discoveries

You think you know someone and then you hear them on a personal slot on the radio and you learn so much more! I was sure Elvis would have been one of Ted Farmer’s musical favourites and he and various other Rock ‘N Roll legends would rank high on his dream play-list.

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Ruben Destined For ‘Graduation’

Milestone Ahead For Midfielder

Skipper Ruben Neves is a few weeks away from moving into the top 50 appearance-makers in Wolves’ history. The brilliant midfielder and play-maker has 237 matches for the club to his name following this afternoon’s game at Manchester City – a figure that has him alongside Norman Deeley and Jody Craddock on our list.

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You Really Couldn’t Have Made This Up!

Molineux Groans Weren’t Restricted To The Stands

It’s rare for those who actually went to a match to ask those who stayed in the warm to watch it on TV for a better insight into what happened.

But the bizarre events in the BBC studio at Molineux on Tuesday made the underwhelming FA Cup replay against Liverpool one of those occasions.

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