Former Wolverhampton Wanderers owner Sir Jack Hayward has died today at the age of 91.
Hayward, who was also the former chairman and life president of the club, passed away from illnesses in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The businessman was also a property developer in The Bahamas.
Under Hayward’s leadership at Wolves, he transformed Molineux from an aging stadium into one of the...
Kei Kamara saw his Middlesbrough deal ended and a move to Wolverhampton Wanderers break down, but is happy to have ended up in MLS with Columbus Crew.
The 30-year-old forward was released at the Riverside Stadium over the summer, with his contract cancelled by mutual consent.
An opportunity to remain in England at Molineux soon presented itself, but work permit issues scuppered any...
NORWICH, England (AP) Norwich is investigating allegations of racist behavior by ''two or three'' of its fans during the club's English second-tier match against Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Norwich says Monday it has passed a number of complaints on to the police and that it will ban for life any supporters found guilty.
Wolves won 1-0 at Molineux on Sunday in Norwich's first competitive...
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August 11, 2014
BBC broadcaster James Pearce reports tonight that Glenn Hoddle will be interviewed for the Swansea City job before this weekend.
The former England manager is currently in Doha. Hoddle hasn’t managed since 2009 when he resigned from Wolverhampton Wanderers after the club supporters turned against him. But during rosier spells in club management, player/manager Hoddle helped Swindon...
Bert Williams, the England goalkeeper who gave up the goal that allowed a team of journeymen Americans at the 1950 World Cup to produce one of soccer's great upsets, has died. He was 93.
His death was announced Sunday on the website of his former club Wolverhampton Wanderers. No cause was given.
Williams struggled to shake the memories of the 1950 trip to Brazil when England arrived...
Bert Williams, the England goalkeeper who conceded the goal that allowed a team of journeymen Americans to produce a great upset at the 1950 World Cup, has died. He was 93.
Williams' death was announced Sunday on the website of his former club Wolverhampton Wanderers. No cause of death was given.
Williams struggled to shake off memories of the 1950 trip to Brazil when England arrived...
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January 19, 2014