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Report: Punjab United one of 'oldest Punjabi clubs' in Europe

We all know that 1966 was a golden year for English football - with England winning the World Cup. But it was also a golden year for footballers in Wolverhampton as Punjab United was set up.

The Club now boasts a bursting trophy cabinet and player from all areas of the community. Last year they marked fifty years since their founding - and are celebrating their anniversary this year with a special event in Dudley. Hannah Bechelet has been looking back at their success.

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ROADS: M6 - SOUTHBOUND - STAFFORDSHIRE

ROADS: M6 - SOUTHBOUND - STAFFORDSHIRE Credit: PA

Two lanes are closed due to a crash on the M6 Southbound between J10A M54 and J10 A454 / B4464 (Wolverhampton / Walsall).

Highways England are advising people to allowed extra time:

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Wolverhampton knife attack: man and woman named

A woman who was stabbed to death by her brother, who later turned the knife on himself, has been named by police.

Ann-Marie James, who was 33, was killed while their mother who's 59, is still critically ill in hospital.

Ann Marie James was killed by her brother Credit: West Midlands Police

Melvin James attacked them in a first-floor flat in the Merry Hill area of Wolverhampton on Wednesday morning.

The man who killed his sister has been named as Melvin James Credit: West Midlands police

The family are absolutely devastated at the loss of Ann-Marie and Melvin, two people who were really dear to them. They have asked that their privacy is respected so they are able to grieve at this difficult time.

– Detective Inspector Warren Hines, Force CID
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