Wolves FPA News and Updates

Supporting Compton Care

Supporting Compton Care

John Richards, Steve Daley and Geoff Palmer visited the Compton Care charity recently to hear more about the £2,000 donation made by Wolves FPA following last year's Golf Day. The donation has paid for six nebulisers for use on the inpatient unit, an IV pump for staff...

Deano’s Days At Molineux

Deano’s Days At Molineux

For all the hope that his stay at his hometown club might have been longer, that he might have become a bigger part of Wolves’ dramatic revival, Dean Edwards has always remained philosophical. Being denied the chance to build on a promising initial impact at Molineux...

Clapping For Jon Dadi!

Clapping For Jon Dadi!

Little did Wolves fans know when watching Iceland’s seismic win against England at the 2016 European Championships, that, just a few weeks later, they too would be indulging in the same choreographed post-match celebration. And little did Jon Dadi Bodvarsson know,...

The Days Of Five-A-Side!

The Days Of Five-A-Side!

Wembley played host to the FA Cup and Championship play-off finals last weekend.  The Champions League final will follow this Saturday.  Some hat trick, that. As the national stadium, it has, of course, been the home of unparalleled drama, of...

Bellamy Looks Back

Bellamy Looks Back

Gary Bellamy is reminiscing about the infamous Wolves training sessions on the North Bank Car Park in the late 1980s. “Imagine Kevin De Bruyne and Erling Haaland having to do that,” he says with a laugh. “But that’s what it was all about for us, and it worked....

Good Evans!

Good Evans!

Lee Evans was once part of a winning Wolves team against Liverpool at Anfield on what was a special afternoon for the travelling supporters.  A decade on from his impressive breakthrough at Molineux, the Welsh international is hungry for a fresh challenge. *...

Do Ron Ron Ron!

Do Ron Ron Ron!

Ron Warrilow covered Wolves as a journalist for some 55 years. The first manager he worked with was Stan Cullis, and the last, Kenny Jackett. He also covered West Bromwich Albion for 50 years and, as a respected doyen of the Midlands media patch, worked on news, and...

Todd Makes His Mark

Todd Makes His Mark

For Mark Todd, an impressive playing career spent largely in South Yorkshire will only ever form a part of his footballing story. It also featured a short spell at Wolves, having started with an apprenticeship with Manchester United. Todd is still, at 56, very much...

Rodger That!

Rodger That!

Coventry City’s incredible run to a dramatic if ultimately agonisingly FA Cup semi-final defeat against Manchester United included taking the scalp of Wolves in the previous round.  It also evoked memories of their famous triumph back in 1987, in which a...

Fireman Sam!

Fireman Sam!

Courage can show itself in many different forms. It might be in overcoming chronic homesickness when leaving a close family in Ireland as a 16-year-old to pursue dreams of becoming a professional footballer in England. Or in casting aside regular periods of self-doubt...

GT Gone Too Soon

GT Gone Too Soon

It is 30 years ago tomorrow since Graham Taylor took charge of his first game as Wolves manager. Well, that’s half accurate. Taylor had originally planned to sit in the stands at Bolton’s Burnden Park in an observational capacity and leave the on-field direction to...

Watkiss’s Wolves Wander…40 Years On.

Watkiss’s Wolves Wander…40 Years On.

It is 40 years since Wednesfield-born defender Stuart Watkiss ran out at Molineux to live out every Wolves fan’s dream of turning out for their beloved home-town club. He was just 17, but performed well in the heart of the defence in a 0-0 draw against Sunderland in...