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May 14, 2019

Standing to be allowed on Wolves’ South Bank again

Wolves’ famous South Bank is to return to a ‘standing terrace’ for next season for the first time in 26 years. All seats in the South Bank will be replaced with a barrier seating solution as Wolves are set to become the first Premier League club to install seats incorporating barriers in an existing stadium. It means fans in the most vocal part of Molineux can ‘officially’ stand again in the section of the ground where it has proved the trickiest to keep supporters seated. Managing director Laurie Dalrymple said: “After consultation with South Bank season ticket holders and discussions…

Shi: Wolves to continue ‘try before buy’ if they can

Chairman Jeff Shi says Wolves will continue their ‘try before you buy’ policy if it’s the right deal for them. Wolves have enjoyed huge success with loan deals that have turned into permanent signings over the last two years, as well as helping with Financial Fair Play. Willy Boly, Diogo Jota, Raul Jimenez, Leander Dendoncker, Jonny Otto and Ruben Vinagre are the six biggest examples of temporary signings impressing before signing for the club full-time. Jota was the club’s 18-goal top scorer last season when Wolves raced to the Championship title before signing for £14m from Atletico Madrid last summer,…

Wolves end of season award winners in full

Wolves celebrated their best season for nearly 40 years with their big-name players dominating the awards. Joao Moutinho was voted player of the season, and Raul Jimenez was players’ player of the season and top goalscorer, as revealed at the club’s glitzy end-of-season awards night at Telford International Centre. Diogo Jota won the ‘goal of the season’ for his superb team goal in the 2-0 win against Cardiff at home. Ruben Vinagre was voted young professional of the year and left-sided centre back Lewis Richards, a first-year scholar, is the Academy player of the year. Jimenez and Jota were also…

Jeff Shi: Wolves will compete with the best for top stars this summer

Ambitious Wolves will ‘compete with the best teams’ to strengthen their squad this summer – and they will be more attractive to the top players. That’s the opinion of chairman Jeff Shi in a statement issued on the club’s website before the end of the season awards at Telford International Centre this evening. Shi also claims head coach Nuno Espirito Santo will be looking to recruit better players than before. That will truly whet the appetite of Wolves fans already pinching themselves at the season they have just witnessed after finishing seventh, the club’s best placing for 39 years. “I…