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Premier League
Can Wolves qualify for Europe again?
17:01 Thursday 14th November 2019

When Wolves returned to the Premier League in 2018, after a six-year absence, fans believed things would be different. Their side would avoid another relegation dogfight. During the Mick McCarthy years, a scrap at the wrong end of…

Premier League
2019/20 Wolves Premier League preview
19:00 Monday 5th August 2019

In response to my article on why Nuno Espirito Santo deserves to manage a bigger club, Wolverhampton Wanderers fans were unanimous their gaffer is already at a big club. Sampled opinions asserted Wolves will finish in the Premier League…

Europa League
Wolves face early start for Europa League fishing trip
19:00 Monday 22nd July 2019

One Sunday morning when I was five, shortly after my mother remarried and moved us to Canada, my stepfather woke me up in the middle of the night. “Come on,” he said. “We’re going fishing.” As the cobwebs cleared,…

Premier League
How will Wolves spend their summer?
12:00 Wednesday 26th June 2019

After a great season to finish seventh in the Premier League, Wolverhampton Wanderers expects to continue on that bright note in the new campaign. To achieve it, Wolves must have a good transfer plan this summer. They've been quiet…

Premier League
Can Chelsea win provide new momentum for Wolves?
09:00 Sunday 9th December 2018

After an unprecedented run to win the Championship title last season, Wolves became an impressive side to watch in the Premier League this term. Manager Nuno Espirito Santo built a side that is not only solid at the back but effective…

Championship
Nuno Espirito Santo is working wonders at Wolverhampton Wanderers
12:10 Monday 6th November 2017

Wolverhampton Wanderers appear to be enjoying a dramatic upturn in fortune this season under Nuno Espirito Santo. From narrowly surviving relegation the previous campaign, they currently sit atop of the Championship standings after 16 games.…

Championship
Huddersfield Town could guarantee a playoff spot with a win against Wolves, who else can join them?
18:10 Tuesday 25th April 2017

With Brighton and Newcastle already confirmed as automatic promotion clubs, we now look towards the playoffs. The four clubs in the playoffs right now include Reading, Sheffield Wednesday, Huddersfield Town and Fulham. Tonight the Terries take…

Football
Wolves 2011/2012: Howling Out For A Hero ... That Never Came
17:39 Wednesday 25th April 2012

Now before I begin, I'd like to make it abundantly clear that I am a fan of Terry Connor, the coach.I'm a fan of his in the sense that I admire his unwavering loyalty to Wolverhampton Wanderers for thirteen years and his strong coaching ability,…

Football
McCarthy, Connor and Armageddon
09:24 Saturday 25th February 2012

Wolves today announced that Terry Connor will take charge of the first team full time until the end of the Premier League campaign.The club saw fit to dispose of Mick McCarthy after a 5-1 thumping at Molineux to bitter rivals West Brom sent…

Football
Molineux Ins And Outs – Transfer Window Review
23:20 Wednesday 1st February 2012

It's been a disappointingly inactive window for Wolves fans and another reason for the anti-McCarthy clerics to take to their preaching pulpitsAs I wrote at the start of the window (see ‘Has the Window Closed on Wolves?'), we were unrealistic…

Football
Good Result for Wolves, BUT....
01:02 Sunday 15th January 2012

Today at White Hart Lane, fans witnessed a Wolves side with determination and hunger. A Wolves side who realise that they are in a relegation battle and need to scrap for every point. And a draw is the least they deserved at Spurs.I attended…

Football
Has The Window Already Closed On Wolves?
22:00 Thursday 12th January 2012

The January Transfer Window is synonymous with panic buys and over-inflated fees – even level-headed managers and steady Chairmen seem to take leave of their senses in the Winter Window while others frankly freeze.The fear for most Wolves fans…

Football
Wolves vs. Newcastle Match Report
16:27 Monday 3rd October 2011

The term ‘a game of two halves' would be slightly misplaced when reviewing the match at Molineux yesterday. More appropriate perhaps would be to say Newcastle are a team of two halves. First half saw them show the kind of passing ability, clinical…