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FPA Pays Tribute To Graham Hughes

FPA Pays Tribute To Graham Hughes

Wolves FPA today paid tribute to the club’s long-serving member of staff and historian Graham Hughes, who has passed away at the age of 87. Graham, a lifelong Wolves fan, spent the last four decades working for the club carrying out a variety of different tasks, and...
Remembering Deano

Remembering Deano

“I said to Dean’s lads Rio and Jaden:  ‘Your Dad played out there, that was the song the crowd sung for him.’ “They were so young and vulnerable, but I was just hoping that, stood out in the middle of that big pitch, they would feel that surreal emotion and...
Kights Flying High

Kights Flying High

For many years, a painting of Michael Kightly celebrating scoring against Cardiff adorned the walls of Wolves’ Compton Park training ground, just outside the manager’s office. The fantastic painting was the handiwork of analyst Christy Fenwick, and was left as a...
A Saints Cup Tie That Ended In Tears

A Saints Cup Tie That Ended In Tears

Wolves last welcomed Southampton to Molineux for an FA Cup tie in the January of 1914. Quite tricky to find anyone who can remember that one.  Even Steve Daley argues that he wasn’t involved. They have met in the competition since, a 2-0 win for the Saints...
Isaac’s Molineux Pride

Isaac’s Molineux Pride

The sense of anticipation around Wolverhampton was palpable. Magical memories of the Millennium Stadium, and the open-top bus tour around the city, still lingered gloriously in the air. Promotion to the top flight almost two decades after last appearing there had...