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Mayor 'extremely proud' of Wolves' achievements

I am delighted that the club have accepted my offer to host a reception in honour of a wonderful season which has seen records broken and promotion as champions of League One.

We are all extremely proud of the team and everyone associated with the club, which is such a huge part of Wolverhampton life.

While we are all realistic about the challenges that lie ahead in the Championship, we all believe Wolves belong in the Premier League and I very much hope it won't be long before my successor in this role is toasting a return to the top flight.

– Cllr Jaspal Milkvinder, Mayor of Wolverhampton

Wolves to get reception from Mayor after title win

The Mayor of Wolverhampton, Cllr Milkinder Jaspal, is to host a reception in honour of Wolverhampton Wanderers' League One title win.

Sam Ricketts celebrates Credit: Adam Davy/PA Wire/Press Association Images

He is due to present the team and Head Coach, Kenny Jackett, with a congratulatory scroll at an event at Molineux, prior to a testimonial match of former club captain, Jody Craddock.

The match will see a Wolves team managed by former boss, Mick McCarthy, take on a Sunderland side.

At about 1.30pm, the Mayor will present the League One trophy to Kenny Jackett and current captain, Sam Ricketts.

Wolves fans warned against pitch invasions

Wolves fans are being urged to stay off the pitch ahead of their match at Leyton Orient today.

It follows a pitch invasion at Molineux on Good Friday, which the club said nearly led to the match against Rotherham United being abandoned.

Wolves can secure the League One title with a win today.


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Former WBA and Wolves striker, Jason Roberts, retires

Former West Bromwich Albion and Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Jason Roberts has announced he is retiring from football due to injury.

The 36-year-old confirmed his decision on Twitter. He has not managed a single appearance this season for his current team, Reading, due to a persistent hip problem.

Former West Bromwich Albion and Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Jason Roberts Credit: Dominic Lipinski/PA Archive/Press Association Images

He wrote: "It is with great sadness that I announce my retirement from professional football on medical advice...Thank You Football for Everything...

"It has been an honour representing the Clubs I have played for..and the Fans that have always supported me."

Walsall: Those found guilty of racism allegations will be banned for life

Walsall FC have responded to allegations of racism from a section of the crowd during their match against Wolverhampton Wanderers, saying those found guilty of racist abuse will be banned from the Banks's Stadium for life.

The club say they are working closely with Wolverhampton Wanderers and the police to investigate the alleged racist abuse, aimed at two Wolves players during the match.

Walsall Football Club can confirm that we have been in dialogue with our counterparts from Wolverhampton Wanderers regarding allegations that two of their players were subjected to racist abuse during the course of Saturday’s Sky Bet League One fixture.

We are taking this matter very seriously and will fully co-operate with West Midlands Police and Wolverhampton Wanderers throughout this investigation.

Both Wolves and Walsall are fiercely committed to stamping out all types of discrimination within football and will vigorously investigate any and all allegations of racist abuse.

Should anyone be found guilty of the above allegations, they will be issued with a lifetime ban from Banks’s Stadium.

As the matter is being investigated, the club can make no further comment at this stage.

– Walsall FC club statement
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