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Fore! Beware Friendly Fire!

Day Of Danger But A Big Success

Wolves Former Players Association have launched Ryder Cup month with another highly successful staging of their annual golf day. A dozen Molineux favourites were joined in the warmth of Oxley Park by Gary Owen and Joe Mayo from Albion and Nottingham Forest and Derby star Archie Gemmill.

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On Course For More Success

Master Keeper Now A Fund-Raising Champion

No manager knew him better as a player, so the trigger for this story is somehow highly appropriate. How, we asked Dave Jones, was the health of the golf circuit available to ex-players and bosses now former Arsenal and QPR defender Terry Mancini was 80 and less active in his role as chief tournament organiser. 

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Time To Climb?

History Beckons For Popular Marauder

Matt Doherty remains on the brink of an obscure piece of Molineux history as he awaits his debut for the club second time round. No-one among Wolves’ top 50 appearance-makers has ever put the sort of time between two successive Wanderers outings as the returning Dubliner is now doing.

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A Club In Safe Hands

‘Old Boy’ Pleased With Thrilling Rise

Michael Oakes could be forgiven for not recognising the present-day Wrexham as the club for whom he worked for the best part of a decade. As at Wolves, he lived through one or two promotion heartbreaks and near misses at The Racecourse  Ground but here they now are in the aftermath of his departure – back in the Football League and making a quite astonishing impact.

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An Audience With Bobby

Face To Face….Two Top Guys!

It was a decade and a half ago that I set up the meeting with Bobby Gould that led me to becoming the ghost-writer and publisher of his autobiography, writes David Instone. On cue, the always entertaining and occasionally madcap forward arrived for our Walsall rendezvous with the match ball he despatched three times into Manchester United’s net at Molineux almost 40 years earlier.

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Don’t Start Yet….. We’re Watching Tele!

Where The Final Game And The First Game Meet

Some 10,600 miles from the scene of a first England appearance in a World Cup final for 57 years, we see further evidence of the women’s game’s growth. Wolves, like other clubs, may remain surprised that their season-opening National League fixture at Derby today hasn’t been rearranged to allow for interrupted TV viewing of the showpiece Sydney clash awaiting Sarina Wiegman’s heroic squad.

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