A thick golden/orange cloud shrouded the coach. It was cinematic. It's a rare thing to feel like you are witnessing history in the making. Most of the time you only realise in the fullness of time the significance of an event, but this felt like a day that will go down in Wolves legend. It … Continue reading A Golden Hue Descends
Away days. There really is nothing like them. Being a Wolves fan is a serious commitment, especially during a Championship season, when it feels like games are coming at you from all angles. Thus, getting to away games can be a challenge when factoring in life's other travails. The ones that I do manage to … Continue reading Punjabi Wolves
Well that was a weekend we won't forget for a long time! In truth, we've known it for a while. But we can finally proclaim that we are Premier league. The match on Sunday was actually quite a distraction to be honest and Blues did their utmost to dampen the spirits and be the Smurf … Continue reading Goldstar Martinis
Before I start, let me explain my current location. Irvine. Southern California. 30 degrees celsius. There's a hot tub and a pool. There's family and epic hospitality. And yet I would have given much to swap all of that for one evening back at Molineux to witness the events of Wednesday 11 April. I've been … Continue reading ‘How the hell is he in the Championship?!’
In a season full of euphoria and one which many have described as the best in living memory that has brought us many breathe taking moments. This topped it all. I feel I'm still feeling the effects of the emotional hangover from Friday evening. This delayed blog is evidence of that. Yes we were lucky; but … Continue reading Cardiff – A City of Destiny
We should be used to this by now. Very rarely do Wolves get things their own way but most people would have expected the obstacle to have come in our last game rather than when the Tigers came to town. We should have seen it coming really. A depleted starting eleven. Several players back from … Continue reading Hull of a Point?