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Robbie’s Return

Robbie’s Return

For an hour, it was like we were transported back to the late 1990s. Robbie Keane – quick, sharp, entertaining the Wolves fans and nudging them to the edge of their seats. Not this time on the pitch, where during an exhilarating two-year spell he notched 29 goals in...
Farewell Ron

Farewell Ron

All at Wolves FPA have been deeply saddened by the passing of our President, and club legend, Ron Flowers MBE. Flowers, a true icon of the game, is the fifth highest appearance maker in Wolves’ history with 515 between 1952 and 1967, during which he scored 37 goals....
Scouting For Pearls

Scouting For Pearls

The life of a football scout is often both gruelling and lonely. Long hours, plenty of travel, standing on the side of open pitches with little to no protection from the elements. And generally for scant monetary recompense, certainly when compared to some of the...
John And Bully Signing Session

John And Bully Signing Session

Wolves’ top two goalscorers and most recent England international strikers will be at Waterstones on Friday for a signing session of a book dedicated to all the Wolves who have been part of the Three Lions. Chairman of Wolves’ Former Players Association John Richards...
Wharton’s World Is A Stage

Wharton’s World Is A Stage

Terry Wharton took to the stage to talk about Phil Parkes at the recent ‘They Wore The Shirt’ tribute dinner for the popular big keeper at Molineux. Only thing is, once he started, he just couldn’t stop. The schedule for the evening’s entertainment, drawn up by...
Wing Of Steele

Wing Of Steele

Tim Steele effectively had the best seat in the house as Peter Beagrie smashed home his two goals for Everton against Wolves. For the first he couldn’t quite get close enough as Beagrie let fly from outside the area and for the second, was held off by the Everton...
Learning Through Football…And Learning About Life

Learning Through Football…And Learning About Life

It is 11 o’clock on a Saturday morning in October. There is a chill in the air but it’s lively and fresh.  Perfect conditions for football. The setting is Heath Town Park adjoining Bushbury Road, a couple of miles out of Wolverhampton City Centre, within a...
Froggy Chorus For Winger Steve

Froggy Chorus For Winger Steve

Anyone taking a scroll through Steve Froggatt’s social media accounts will usually be wearing a broad smile and positive outlook when they click away at the end of it. Nothing to do with the former Wolves, Aston Villa and Coventry winger’s exploits on the football...
Fernando: If He Had To Do The Same Again, He Would

Fernando: If He Had To Do The Same Again, He Would

Can you hear the fans, Fernando? There was something in the air that night, or more to the point that afternoon, at Molineux. Fernando Gomez, the Spanish sorcerer, took the ball on his chest and, as it looped up, fired home an emphatic left foot volley past future...
When It Was Bonnie For Clyde!

When It Was Bonnie For Clyde!

Games between Wolves and Newcastle haven’t always finished 1-1. There was New Year’s Day in 1990 of course, when Fog on the Tyne became Hair of the Dog on the Tyne as Steve Bull followed up one or two nightcaps with a four-goal salvo which downed the Magpies. On home...