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November 3, 2019

Michael Kightly in scoring debut for Wolves All Stars as Dion Sanderson turns up to support

Wolves stars spanning four decades helped raise thousands of pounds at a charity game – and there was even an appearance from current player Dion Sanderson. Michael Kightly made a scoring debut as Karl Henry and Kevin Foley also made their bows for Wolves All Stars, who beat JJX Logistics 7-2 in a game watched by around 500 fans at Wednesfield FC on Sunday. The biggest winner was Legacy4Lucy, as £2,512.44 was raised for Breast Cancer Now to honour Lucy Guy, wife of All Stars chairman Jason Guy, who tragically died of the disease at the age of just 34.…

Raul inspires Wolves to Gun a point at Arsenal

Arsenal 1 (Aubameyang 21) Wolves 1 (Jimenez 76) Wolves continued their capital gains with a hugely deserved point at Arsenal to extend their unbeaten run in the Premier League to six games. Raul Jimenez cancelled out Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s 50th goal for the Gunners with his 11th strike of the season as Nuno Espirito Santo’s side made light of the loss of defenders Willy Boly and Ryan Bennett with their seventh unbeaten league game in London. Only Manchester City pair Raheem Sterling and Sergio Aguero with 13 goals each have scored more than Jimenez among Premier League players. Wolves’ standing in…

Debuts for Henry, Foley, Kightly and Hunt as Wolves All Stars parade strongest line-up

Wolves All Stars will parade arguably their strongest line-up today (Sunday 2pm) to raise funds for Legacy4Lucy, part of Breast Cancer Now. Four Molineux favourites are set to make their debuts for the All Stars in the game against JJX Logistics at Wednesfield FC in Amos Lane, WV11 1ND – 2008-09 promotion winners Karl Henry, Kevin Foley and Michael Kightly, plus Stephen Hunt. Midfielder Henry, 36, has previously turned out for a Midlands All Stars XI predominantly made up of ex-Wolves players, but this will be the first time he has played for the Wolves All Stars. Henry and winger…