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An Incredible Week

An Incredible Week

Wolves’ first ever visit to the Brentford Community Stadium on Saturday is bound to be a lively affair. The atmosphere at the Bees new stadium was properly – well, buzzing – when they raised the curtain on this Premier League season, and the return of capacity crowds,...
Saints Alive! Cheered Off After Crushing Defeat

Saints Alive! Cheered Off After Crushing Defeat

Matt Murray was looking around a small clothes shop in search of Father’s Day presents for his Dad and Step-Dad in a quiet outpost of East Anglia. He had taken partner Natalie away to celebrate an anniversary with a spa break and a nice meal. All of a sudden he...
Former Players Support Molineux Memories

Former Players Support Molineux Memories

A quartet of former Wolves players attended one of the first Molineux Memories sessions of the New Year to share stories from their careers with supporters with dementia. Molineux Memories is a group delivered by Wolves Foundation in partnership with the Black Country...
Former Wolves Up For The Cup!

Former Wolves Up For The Cup!

Ah, FA Cup Third Round weekend.  With supporters back in after a year’s absence. Let the dreams begin! Still one of the most exciting and often dramatic dates on the footballing calendar, even with the games spread out over several days and fans no longer...
Living In America!

Living In America!

Kevin Foley is back in the country, back on his old stomping ground and hoping to get back in the game. As Wolves prepare to tackle Manchester United, the fixture which gave Foley his first experience of the captain’s armband on a contentious night just over 12 years...
From Molineux To Majorca

From Molineux To Majorca

When Aaron Simpson came off the bench for the curtain-raiser of his only pre-season with Wolves’ first team, he did so alongside a certain Ruben Neves. The two were both 20 at the time, born just six days apart. As they jogged onto the pitch in the 58thminute of the...
Kindon’s Memories Of Magnificent Seven

Kindon’s Memories Of Magnificent Seven

Wolves 7, Chelsea 1. What a scoreline.  The sort of scoreline requiring brackets (SEVEN) on the BBC’s famous teleprinter back in the day. But that was the reality, a glorious reality, on March 18th, 1975. Wolves 7, Chelsea 1. Surely one which will never...
Dennis The City Slicker!

Dennis The City Slicker!

Life for Wolves when facing Manchester City at the Etihad has often been lively. Conceding a last minute equaliser in a 3-3 draw which pretty much cemented relegation back in 2004, Geoffrey Mujangi Bia almost grabbing a dramatic leveller in a 4-3 defeat a decade ago,...
John Pender’s Greatest Battle

John Pender’s Greatest Battle

John Pender really isn’t having it. “I was never a good player, I wouldn’t class myself as a good player.” “But you made over 600 appearances, John? Many in the top flight, captained Wolves at just 19 and won a load of promotions? You must have done something right?”...
Robert’s Road To Redemption

Robert’s Road To Redemption

No one knows more than Robert Taylor that it didn’t work out for him at Wolves. He doesn’t need to be told, as he is sometimes, that he is among the worst to have ever worn a gold shirt. The memory still lingers from his time at Molineux when, walking around the pitch...