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Emotions High In Memory Of Super-Fan
Wednesday, July 5: A great send-off at St Peters Collegiate Church in Wolverhampton city centre this morning for the inspirational and hugely admired Claire Elliott. Her funeral was described by club chaplain David Wright as the one with the longest period of planning he had ever known.
Time For A Change Of Direction
Mike Stowell today flew to Israel to link up with Robbie Keane and accept his first overseas post at the age of 58. The long-time former Wolves man was touted among supporters as being a strong contender for the Molineux goalkeeper coach’s job following Tony Roberts’s departure to AC Milan.
How Wolves Idols Helped Blues Superkid
It’s drastically stretching the point to attach any ‘Made in Wolverhampton’ tags to Trevor Francis’s fabulous playing career but there are connections on this side of the patch that many may have overlooked. First and foremost, the superkid of Midlands football half a century ago was taken to Birmingham by none other than Stan Cullis.
So Good They Signed Them Twice
Matt Doherty be warned…..not all returning Wolves players have been as happy or as fortunate second time round. The re-signing of the Republic of Ireland international has had us delving into the history books to see how many others had put in a follow-up stint at Molineux and we came up with these, which we present in alphabetical order.
Are Wolves Successfully Filling The Void
Stan Cullis didn’t seem to agree with them but Bill McGarry didn’t want a summer to pass without one. So were the modern-day Wolves in danger of being slightly under-cooked for the start of the Premier League season? They pulled out of their initial far-reaching overseas tour and have since been playing catch-up to add fixtures back into their schedule.
‘A Terrific Night To Be Part Of’ – Lee
“Team-mates I hadn’t seen for decades were there and supporters were telling us that what we achieved was their favourite football memory – despite the League titles and European successes that have come since.” It is 40 years this summer since Chelsea set off on the journey that led to them winning the Second Division under the leadership of Ken Bates and John Neal and the reunion that has taken place this close season left Colin Lee buzzing.