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A Strange Reserve Of Talent

Curious Match-Up Of Hopefuls Who Became Great Mates

How many Wolves players can you cram into a competitive match between two altogether different clubs? Rival sides, no less, who have blue and white as their primary colours. Try SEVEN as the astonishing answer! And all of them had highly prominent careers at Molineux before or after this unusual meeting.

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New Take On A Familiar Theme

American Trip Conjures Up Nostalgic Recollections

It’s an end-of-season tournament in America – but not as older Wolves supporters will remember them! In 1967, the squad who had just won promotion back to Division One played the small matter of 14 Stateside matches with Los Angeles as their base, the last of them an utterly epic 6-5 golden-goal victory over Aberdeen in the final.

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Allen: Talent Finder Supreme

And Here’s Why Wolves’ Directors Were Extra Pleased….

Bailey, Dougan, Hibbitt, Munro, Parkin….the names of Ronnie Allen’s signings trip happily off the tongues of Wolves supporters. But there is another, lesser-known aspect of the promotion-winning boss’s two and a half seasons in official charge that is almost as praiseworthy; namely, that he was well in profit on his transfer dealings at Molineux.

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On The Up Once More

Wembley Win Makes Rob A Premier League Boss

Two successive promotions with a sacking elsewhere in between….Rob Edwards has put himself in extremely exclusive company! The man deemed not good enough for Watford on the evidence of ten League games at the start of the season has provided a delicious twist (of the knife?) at the end of it by leading their arch rivals to Championship promotion.

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Dear Diary Entry 140

Huge Sorrow For Wolves Family

Thursday, May 4: Woke to the extremely sad news that Vicky Wright had passed away at 63 following a short illness. The youngest child of Joy Beverley and Billy Wright came into this world a few days before the long-time Wolves and national captain played his 100th England game – the clash with Scotland at Wembley soon after his club had retained their League title. What happy days they were!

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Barry Is Wembley-Bound

A Place For Bobby Too, Surely?

Barry Powell is going and can’t wait. Bobby Gould, surprisingly, was still in the ‘don’t know’ category when we checked a couple of days ago. Wembley figured prominently in their respective careers and will do so for the present-day generation of Coventry players when they contest the Championship play-off final with Luton on Saturday.

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