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Darren Ward is the 93rd speaker on the Wolf Whistle podcast. Darren who hails from a family of four footballing brothers, speaks of his early career under the influence of Graham Taylor and subsequently after playing for four clubs in the capital…leaving for Wolves. The centre half also talks about his relationship with Mick McCarthy and how the pu…
 
Ashley Hemmings is the 92nd speaker on the Wolf Whistle podcast. Ashley speaks about growing up in Wolverhampton’s suburbs to being spotted by his boyhood club and subsequently making his debut as Wolves clinched the Championship title. The forward speaks honestly about how he could have done things differently and how he still relives the amazing …
 
John Pender is the 91st speaker on the Wolf Whistle Podcast. In an emotional and powerful interview, John speaks about his start at Wolves and fantastic promotion-filled career over 602 games encompassing 6 promotions. John also speaks about his biggest battle away from the pitch as he talks about his MND diagnosis. Plenty of smiles, tears and laug…
 
A quick podcast to announce our last few Tales from the Tape special edition books. The book has sold over 1200 copies and raised over £20,000 for charity. The few we have remaining are signed by 27 of the former players and managers on the chapter page and come in a presentation box with a certificate. A minimum £80 donation to either one of our c…
 
Bob Coy is the 90th speaker on the Wolf Whistle Podcast. Bob speaks about being a bluenose and being courted by Wolves, who stole his heart and gave him his debut in the old First Division. Bob speaks about the mood at the club at the time, his team-mates, managers and how he lived his dream becoming a professional footballer. Bob is ‘Coy of the Wa…
 
Darren Wright is the 89th speaker on the Wolf Whistle podcast. Darren speaks of the honour it was to make his bow for his hometown club following his step up through the ranks from youth team to first team. Darren tells of how he made his debut …on what turned out to be his solitary game for the club and also speaks of the game that ended his caree…
 
Matt Hill is the 88th speaker on the Wolf Whistle podcast. Matt speaks about his infamous debut for his hometown club Bristol City …vs Wolves in a 6-1 defeat, more renowned for the massacre of the mascots. Matt speaks about his move to Wolves and gracing the Premier League following the 08-09 Championship winning campaign. Matt also speaks about hi…
 
Neil Edwards is the 87th speaker on the Wolf Whistle Podcast. The locally born striker speaks about playing for his boyhood club and how we was spotted when Sammy Chapman was looking for local talent. After playing in a trial game on the Tuesday, he signed on the Thursday, made his debut on the Saturday …and scored. Neil tells of how it started so …
 
Chris Marsden is the 86th speaker on the Wolf Whistle podcast. Chris tells us of his move to Wolves under Graham Turner and why it didn’t quite work out. Chris talks at the honour of being named a Captain in an FA Cup Final, his nicknames and what he does now in sunny Cyprus. Chris also tells of the respect he had for Graham Taylor and how his time…
 
Johnny Gorman is the 85th speaker on the Wolf Whistle Podcast. Johnny talks of his youth career at Manchester City AND United, prior to joining Wolves. Johnny speaks of making his debut for his country Northern Ireland, winning nine caps before his Wolves debut. Johnny speaks proudly of his solitary Premier League Wolves game and how it all quickly…
 
John Richards is the 84th speaker on a special - extended edition of the Wolf Whistle podcast. John talks through his 14 year career at Wolves which encompassed 486 appearances, 194 goals, 2 League Cups and an England cap. John also speaks about his time at Wolves on the board, and subsequently working as Managing Director and speaks fondly about t…
 
Willie Carr is the 83rd speaker on the Wolf Whistle podcast. Willie speaks about the infamous Ernie Hunt donkey kick goal for Coventry ... the joining the Wolves. Willie speaks about the ride on the Molineux rollercoaster and the pinnacle at Wembley winning the League Cup in 1980. Willie also speaks of the honour of representing his country and giv…
 
Geoff Palmer is the 82nd speaker on the Wolf Whistle podcast. Affectionately known as Zico the former stopper, turned copper talks of playing for his boyhood club ...winning 2 League Cups ...and riding the rollercoaster that ensued. Geoff speaks about his life after football and his lifelong love for Wolves... Geoff Palmer is ZICO.…
 
Jon Purdie is the speaker on a special edition of the Wolf Whistle podcast where we speak about his forthcoming book. Jon tells of his time as a youngster at Arsenal with messrs Adams and Merson to joining Wolves ...and the fun that ensued. Jon talks about the life of a ‘journeyman’ footballer and highlights the importance of his book and the backs…
 
Jackie McNamara is the 81st speaker on the Wolf Whistle podcast. Jackie speaks fondly about his time at Celtic where he won everything domestically and became a legend. Jackie speaks of his move South of the border to join Wolves and talks about the Hoddle and MCarthy era ...and play-off disappointment. Jackie then talks about his biggest battle ..…
 
Daniel McNamara is the 80th speaker on the Wolf Whistle podcast. The Wolves women’s team Manager speaks about his journey into management and life away from the pitch. Daniel speaks about the amazing support from Wolves and the disappointment of the last two seasons .... and most recently the subsequent ‘upward’ promotion in ‘onwards and upwards’.…
 
Isaac Okoronkwo is the 79th speaker on the Wolf Whistle podcast. Isaac told us about his upbringing in Nigeria and how he eventually got to achieve his dream of playing for his country and the pride that came with it. Isaac speaks of his move to Wolves on their first season in the Premier League in 2003/04 and how he never got the opportunity to pl…
 
John Ward is the 78th speaker on the Wolf Whistle podcast. John talks fondly of his time at Wolves where he was initially bought in as assistant manager under Colin Lee. John talks about his time at the helm when as caretaker manager he won three of his four games in charge ....then after Dave Jones became manager his role in helping Wolves achieve…
 
Ally Robertson is the 77th speaker on the Wolf Whistle podcast. Ally speaks passionately about his 18 year career at West Brom where he didn’t win a trophy ...to crossing the divide and join Wolves at the ripe old age of 34 ...winning 3 trophies in 4 years! Ally talks WBA, Wolves and Wembley and how much the resurgence of the club meant to him afte…
 
Shane Tudor is the 76th speaker on the Wolf Whistle podcast. Shane speaks of his humble beginnings in Wolverhampton as he sat in the South Bank to living his dream to,making his debut for the club he supported as a boy. Shane talks about how his career took off with huge expectation and got tragically cut short through injury at just 26 in ‘South B…
 
Jackie Gallagher is the 75th speaker on the Wolf Whistle podcast. Jackie speaks humorously about his career which saw him represent Wisbech in his teens,20s, 30s, 40s ...and 50s and getting treated by a vet for an injury! Jackie reminisces fondly about his time at Wolves including 3 medals in his 2 year spell and what that day at Wembley was like i…
 
Campbell Chapman is the 74th speaker on the Wolf Whistle podcast. Campbell speaks of his unorthodox breakthrough in professional football as he followed in his fathers footsteps to make a career out of the game he loved. Campbell speaks about the ‘family affair’ that saw his dad Sammy manage Wolves and his brother Cavan represent the club also ...a…
 
Roger Eli is the 73rd speaker on the Wolf Whistle podcast. Roger talks about his start at Leeds, his move to Wolves and finding his goal scoring boots at Burnley. Roger passionately discusses a career which took him to some huge clubs who weren’t quite on their uppers in a whistle-stop tour via China and Scotland. Roger laments on returning to Wolv…
 
Brian Owen is the 72nd speaker on the Wolf Whistle Podcast. Brian talks passionately about a career in football which spanned over six decades as a player, coach and physio where he also played a part in the England set-up. Brian also talks of his unlikely signing for Wolves as a player coach where he turned from a flying winger into a centre half …
 
Mark Atkins is the 71st speaker on the Wolf Whistle podcast. Mark tells us of his humble beginnings, facing Wolves in the old Fourth Division then winning the Premier League with Blackburn a few years later. Mark speaks of his move to Wolves and the highs and lows that it brought and why playing in so many different positions made him the ‘Jack of …
 
Ady Williams is the 70th speaker on the Wolf Whistle Podcast. Ady speaks about his royal start at Reading where he played in every position for his hometown club before joining Wolves. The Defender speaks about the excitement of his move which should have seen Wolves propel up the league table ...as he spent the majority on the treatment table. Ady…
 
Mark Burke is the 69th speaker on the Wolf Whistle Podcast. Mark speaks openly about his time at Molineux and his relationships with the two Graham’s, Turner and Taylor. Mark speaks about his style of play and why it didn’t necessarily favour his time at Wolves and how he fulfilled his dream of a move abroad and playing in no fewer five different c…
 
Christophe Berra is the 68th speaker on the Wolf Whistle. Our former defender speaks about his time at Wolves after venturing South of the border from his native Scotland to join us during the 2008-2009 championship winning season. Christophe talks about his time at the club, his relationship with Mick McCarthy and the honour of playing for his cou…
 
Iwan Roberts is the 67th speaker on the Wolf Whistle Podcast. Iwan talks fondly of his time at the club as we reminisce about his glorious hat-trick in the Black Country Derby that saw him go down in folklore. Iwan talks about his much publicised book in which he opened up on his clash with Kevin Muscat and his relationship with Wolves fans. Iwan a…
 
John Burridge is the 66th speaker on the Wolf Whistle Podcast. The former Wolves shot-stopper speaks of his tough northern upbringing and his apprenticeship to professional football at Workington. John talks of his move to Wolves and the infamous appearance of the Superman costume at Molineux vs Newcastle. John speaks about becoming the oldest play…
 
Mick Bennett is the 65th speaker on the Wolf Whistle podcast. Mick speaks candidly about his brief time at Molineux and why it didn’t quite work out in a particularly difficult time for the club. Mick opens up about the transfer from his hometown club Bolton to play in the First Division for Wolves, in what should have been a dream move in ‘from Wa…
 
In a special series of Wolf Whistle podcasts the journalist puts the pen down and takes to the microphone. BBC Broadcast Journalist Steve Hermon talks on one of his jobs in working with Wolves, his best Wolves XI and reporting on the club he loves.โดย The Wolf Whistle
 
In the 64th edition of the Wolf Whistle podcast we interview former wing-wizard Matt Jarvis. Matt speaks fondly of his time at Wolves in an open and honest account talking of his relationship with Mick McCarthy, Terry Connor and his team-mates. Matt also tells all on the 2008-2009 Championship winning season, the subsequent Premier League years and…
 
Denis Conyerd is the 62nd speaker on the Wolf Whistle Podcast. Denis tells us of the amazing way he landed the physios job at Wolves in 1982 and plenty of tales from working with no fewer than five different managers. Denis who worked under The Doog lifts the lid on his time at the club and how it was ‘the best job in the world’.…
 
In a special series of Wolf Whistle podcasts the journalist puts the pen down and takes to the microphone. Express & Star columnist and Former Wolves head of media Paul Berry talks his early journey in supporting Wolves, his best Wolves XI and also talks about the books he has helped write.โดย The Wolf Whistle
 
In an exclusive Wolf Whistle interview, Jamie O’Hara speaks to the podcast and tells ALL from his time at Wolves, leaving NOTHING behind. The managers, the money, the personal struggles, the relationships, his team-mates. A real eye-opening interview in ‘Thrown to the Wolves’.โดย The Wolf Whistle
 
Darren Anderton is the 61st speaker on the Wolf Whistle podcast. Darren speaks passionately about his career that took him from Pompey to Spurs and representing England at Euro 96 and the World Cup in France 98. Darren talks openly about his time at Wolves and the amazing football journey that he has been on in ‘Three Lions ...and a Wolf’.…
 
Former forward Neil Edwards speaks to the Wolf Whistle Podcast on a special ‘Chorley Trilogy’ edition after Wolves have drawn their giant killing nemesis in the Fourth Round of the FA Cup bringing back memories of 1986.โดย The Wolf Whistle
 
Former forward Jon Purdie speaks to the Wolf Whistle Podcast on a special ‘Chorley Trilogy’ edition after Wolves have drawn their giant killing nemesis in the Fourth Round of the FA Cup bringing back memories of 1986.โดย The Wolf Whistle
 
Greg Fellows is the guest speaker on the 60th edition of the podcast. Greg, a coach at the club in the 80s under Tommy Docherty speaks about the desperate situation at the club and what it was like to work under ‘The Doc’. Greg has plenty of anecdotes from his time on the payroll, plenty of unheard stories and eye opening facts in ‘What’s up Doc’.…
 
Former forward Dean Edwards speaks to the Wolf Whistle Podcast on a special ‘Chorley Trilogy’ edition after Wolves have drawn their giant killing nemesis in the Fourth Round of the FA Cup bringing back memories of 1986.โดย The Wolf Whistle
 
Former goalkeeper Vince Bartram speaks to the Wolf Whistle Podcast on a special ‘Chorley Trilogy’ edition after Wolves have drawn their giant killing nemesis in the Fourth Round of the FA Cup bringing back memories of 1986.โดย The Wolf Whistle
 
John Teasdale is the 59th speaker on the Wolf Whistle Podcast and talks about how his unorthodox opportunity at Wolves came about in the 1980s. John also tells us of his journey that took him quite literally all over the world, his relationship with a Hollywood movie star and his amazing friendship with Rod Stewart in ‘some guys have all the luck’.…
 
Derek Ryan is the 58th interviewee on the Wolf Whistle podcast. Derek talks about coming over from Ireland as a young man to be thrown in front of the TV cameras for the ‘moment of truth’ documentary centred around him gaining a professional contract at Wolves. Derek also speaks about his finest hour, his 2 goals vs league leaders Reading and how h…
 
Paul ‘pee wee’ Dougherty is the 57th interviewee on the Wolf Whistle Podcast. Paul speaks about being one of only two players in Wolves history to play in all four divisions and the reasons why. Paul also speaks about his nickname and being the shortest player ever at the club! ...and a hilarious story about his debut vs West Brom in: ‘5ft 2 ...of …
 
Les Wilson is the 56th speaker on the Wolf Whistle Podcast. In a very emotional interview Les recalls some amazing memories of his time at Wolves as a young Canadian in the UK. Les talks about his relationships with his fellow players, his relationships with his managers and his love for Wolves that has shaped his life. Les wears his heart on his s…
 
Alan Hinton is the 55th speaker on the Wolf Whistle Podcast and bears all in a deeply personal interview. Alan talks about signing for Wolves, his relationship with Stan Cullis, his time at the club and the truth behind why he left. Alan also talks about the triumphs of winning the league at Derby County under Brian Clough and the deeply personal t…
 
Dennis Pearce is the 54th speaker on the Wolf Whistle Podcast. Dennis talks about starting out at Villa then signing for Wolves under Graham Taylor. Dennis talks about other managers he played under with Barry Fry and Sam Allardyce being the puck of the bunch. Dennis also talks about making his professional debut at the late age of 21 and what it’s…
 
Mark Clyde is the 53rd speaker on the Wolf Whistle Podcast. Mark speaks about coming over from Northern Ireland and breaking into the first team at Wolves who were giving youth a chance. Mark also speaks about his cruel injuries and the disease which caused him to retire at just 24. Mark also speaks about the honour of playing for his country ...an…
 
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