The new Head Coach of Wolves Paul Lambert says he will do everything he can to make the club a success. The former Aston Villa manager was appointed at the weekend on a 12-month rolling contract. James Clark reports from Molineux.
Walter Zenga has been fired as Wolves head coach after less than three months in charge, it was announced this afternoon.Read the full story ›
Rob Edwards has been placed in interim charge of the first team.Read the full story ›
Wolverhampton Wanderers boss Walter Zenga has left the club according to several reports today.Read the full story ›
A minute's applause will be held for former Wolverhampton Wanderers player and manager Graham Hawkins ahead of their home game against Norwich today.
The former Shrewsbury Town Assistant Manager died this week at the age of 70.
Hawkins made 34 appearances for Wolves between 1964 and 1967, eventually becoming manager in 1982. He led the club to promotion out of the Second Division in the 1982–83 season.
Graham's family will be at the game and his sons Ian and Richard will lay a wreath in front of the South Bank before kick off.
Richard Stearman has re-joined Wolverhampton Wanderers on a season-long loan from Fulham.
The 29-year-old makes his Molineux return less than a year after he left Wolves to join the Cottagers in September 2015.
The defender was part of the 08/09 side that won the Championship, scoring on the final day of the season against Doncaster Rovers before Wolves lifted the league trophy.
He then helped the Club to maintain Premier League football over the next three years.
The father of former Wolves striker Leon Clarke died after being knocked out in a New Year’s Eve fight in a beer garden, an inquest heard.Read the full story ›
New Wolves Head Coach Walter Zenga has revealed he sought advice from Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri on managing in England.Read the full story ›
New Wolves owner Jeff Shi has described his new head coach Walter Zenga as "the leader of the pack"
The former Italian international goalkeeper was appointed over the weekend in a rapid turnaround after previous boss Kenny Jackett was sacked.
Zenga has told reporters he was the man to "move the club forward" and that he now had five days with his new players the prepare before the start of the new Championship season.