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March 22, 2019

Dendoncker ‘sent out message to Belgian football’ – Martinez

Belgium coach Roberto Martinez believes Wolves midfielder Leander Dendoncker played ‘like a regular’ in his side’s opening Euro 2020 qualifying campaign 3-1 win over Russia. Martinez was full of enthusiasm for Dendoncker’s display, declaring he ‘sent out a clear message for Belgian football’. Chelsea’s Eden Hazard was again the stand-out performer at King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels after the captain scored twice in their opening Group I qualifier. But while showing appreciation for Hazard, Martinez also reckons the performances of Dendoncker, who won his seventh cap, and Leicester midfielder Youri Tielemans – who scored the other – offered plenty of encouragement…

How Wolves can be all-white in the Cup – here’s the proof

Wolves will be hoping it will be all white on the night at Wembley – and they have some history to prove it. The Molineux side will wear their traditional change kit for the semi-final against Watford on April 7 after losing the toss of a coin at the FA’s headquarters. Wolves have never worn anything but gold and black at the national stadium – but they have won in the FA Cup wearing white on at least five occasions, and there is television footage to prove it. Back in January 1971, they beat Norwich 5-1 at the third round…

How Wolves fans can find out their loyalty points, and sit together

Wolves fans have been asking www.wolvesbitecom how can find out their loyalty points so they know when to their tickets for the FA Cup semi-final against Watford at Wembley. We have had this prompt response from Dave Wood, the club’s supporter liaison officer: “Supporters can view their loyalty points by logging in to their Wolves Account at www.wolves.co.uk and then heading to the ticketing site. “The loyalty points total will then be displayed in the top left hand corner of the ticketing site. “Alternatively, supporters can call the ticket office on 0371 222 1877 calls will be charged at a…

Wolves U23s coach Edwards: ‘Nuno’s made my job so hard’

Wolves Under-23s coach Rob Edwards admits he and his staff must raise their game to to produce players for the first team become their success has made it ‘unbelievably hard’. Edwards’s side are currently top of Premier League 2 with four games to go and Elliot Watt, Pedro Goncalves, Ryan Giles, Niall Ennis and Benny Ashley-Seal have all made fleeting steps up to the senior level this season from the Under-23s. But only England Under-19s midfielder Morgan Gibbs-White – whose rise has been described as ‘freakish’ by Edwards – has established himself as a regular in the senior squad. Providing…