The Wolves Miscellany collects together all the vital information you never knew you needed to know about Wolverhampton Wanderers. In these pages you will find irresistible anecdotes and the most mindblowing stats and facts. Heard the one about the player who scored his 21st goal in his 21st match on his 21st birthday – the 21st of the month? How about the time George Best played for the side he’d supported as a boy, and scored twice against the Baggies? Do you know who was the first player to convert a penalty kick in League football? What happened when the 1962 Black Country derby was abandoned due to a blizzard? Or which substitute scored a hat-trick? All these stories and hundreds more appear in a brilliantly researched collection of trivia, essential for any Wolves fan who holds the riches of gold and black history close to their heart.
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John Hendley is Wolverhampton Wanderers’ club historian and programme editor, and the author of Wolves On This Day and Greatest Games. A lifelong Wolves fan, he achieved a long-standing ambition in 1999 by becoming a member of staff at Molineux, his current duties now extending to press work and contributing articles to the official club website.