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Winger Was In Shake-Up For Robson Farewell
Italia 90 was all about Steve Bull as far as Wolves fans are concerned but there is considerable secondary interest in the tournament in retrospect if we are prepared to look for it. Three of the striker’s fellow squad members served later at Molineux, as did two members of the Republic of Ireland party who prospered under Jack Charlton.
Countdown On Among Excited Canadians
Feeling indifferent about a major tournament that is taking place in our season? Not happy about the choice of location? If the answer to the above questions is ‘yes’, you will by no means be alone. But stimulus has come our way, as it so often does, from a very good friend on the other side of the Atlantic.
Toby Adds To The Party Spirit
Toby Andersen’s healing fingers and palms – among the key ingredients behind the Molineux scenes around 50 years ago – have been busy once more; this time shaking the hands of many of the players he was paid to nurse back to fitness. The early 1970s Wolves physio was the special guest at a late autumn get-together of around a dozen members of the squad he used to know so well.
Kelly Savours Welcome Victory
Rob Kelly has made a winning return to Football League management a year and a half on from his last taste of it. The 57-year-old was thrust into caretaker control at Championship newcomers Wigan following the shock sacking of his boss Leam Richardson on Thursday.
Tracksuited Trio On The Up
In this week of rising managerial anticipation at Molineux, how’s this for a pleasing story from the dug-out several divisions lower? Kevin Foley missed out on a possible route into coaching at League One level in May when Rob Edwards, the man who had taken him to Forest Green on an informal basis mid-way through last season, upped sticks and joined Watford.
Wolves Still Looking To Foreign Fields
For almost 70 years, Wolves appointed only English managers. Now, for a decade and a half, they have exclusively installed men either born beyond our border or at least those who pinned their colours to another flag. The football affiliations of the club’s bosses since Glenn Hoddle departed in the summer of 2006 makes increasingly cosmopolitan reading – Ireland, Norway, Wales, Wales, Italy, Scotland, Portugal, Portugal and now Spain.