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Wolves to consider semi-final beamback when tickets sold

Wolves will consider beaming their FA Cup semi-final back to Molineux – when they have sold all their tickets for Wembley. The club will begin selling the 33,000 tickets for the game against Watford to season ticket holders with more than 1,040 loyalty points on Saturday (9am). The game takes place on Sunday, April 7 (4pm). But with around 22,500 season ticket holders and many more thousands of members, demand is expected to outstrip supply. Michael Goodwin, from Facebook group Wolves Gossip And Memories, is one of several supporters to ask the club about the option of a ‘beamback’. Club…

Gibbs-White makes winning start for England U19s

Wolves midfielder Morgan Gibbs-White got 90 minutes under his belt as England Under-19s kicked-off their U19 Euro elite qualifying round with a 4-1 win over Czech Republic at St. George’s Park. Bukayo Saka (2) and goals for Marc Guehi and Danny Loader wrapped up a dominant display. The victory gave Keith Downing’s side a strong start as they look to top a group also including Greece and Denmark to secure a place at this summer’s finals in Armenia. The Young Lions actually fell behind against the run of play in the 10th minute. Jakub Selnar pounced on a half-clearance to…

Hibbitt: Wolves crowd made it feel like a World Cup final

Wolves legend Kenny Hibbitt reckons the ‘electric’ Molineux atmosphere at the Manchester United game was like a World Cup final – so much so that he had to video it. The double League Cup winner also says the noise equalled the best he has known in all his 50-year association with the club, even though he played in several bigger crowds in his 16 years as a player there. “I thought it was electric last Saturday. It was like a World Cup final, like ‘wow!’” the 68-year-old told www.wolvesbite com “The only times I have experienced it like that was…

Wolves announce ticket details for Wembley

Wolves have announced ticket details for the FA Cup semi-final with Watford on Sunday April 7 at 4pm. The club have received an allocation of 33,000 tickets in the East side of Wembley. Tickets for the game will be sold online at wolvestickets.co.uk or via telephone on 0371 222 1877. Tickets will not be or available from the ticket office via counter sales.   Prices are as follows: Level 2: adults £120, concessions (over-65s and under-21s) £100, category 1 £80 and £70, category 2 £65 and £55, category 3 £45 and £35 and category 4 £30 and £20. Season ticket…

Matt Doherty: Wolves expected to beat United

Matt Doherty has revealed Wolves ‘expected’ to beat Manchester United because the belief in the dressing room is so high. Wolves fans are basking in the glory of the achievements of their team after Nuno Espirito Santo’s side upset the odds to beat United 2-1 in the FA Cup quarter-final to earn a Wembley place to face Watford on April 7. Wolves were the better side and deserved to beat Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side. The right wing back says Wolves always knew they would come out on top. “Yes, we did. We have a good team, good players and we’re…

Raul: Let’s make history and win the Cup for Wolves

Raul Jimenez wants to make history for Wolves by winning the FA Cup. The 15-goal top scorer admits he was unaware of the club before he joined them on loan from Benfica, but has quickly become immersed in all things gold and black. And after being such a big part of the run that has taken Wolves to their first semi-final for 21 years, the Mexican is determined to continue to make his mark. Wolves last won the trophy in 1960 and they haven’t won a semi-final in the competition since, losing at the last-four stage in 1973, 1979, 1981…

Nuno in warning to Wolves international stars

Nuno Espirito Santo has sent a ‘good luck’ message to Wolves’ players on international duty and warned them to come back fit. Wolves have 10 players in action for their countries over the next week, with Rui Patricio, Ruben Neves, Joao Moutinho and Diogo Jota called up by Portugal, Raul Jimenez with Mexico, Matt Doherty with Ireland, Leander Dendoncker with Belgium, Romain Saiss linking up with Morocco, Ruben Vinagre with Portugal Under-20s and Morgan Gibbs-White with England Under-19s. In addition, Under-23s midfielder Elliot Watt is also in Portugal with Scotland Under-19s for three games. Nuno waved goodbye to his international-bound…

New date for Arsenal home game

Wolves have re-arranged their Premier League clash with Arsenal at Molineux for Wednesday April 24, 7.45pm. The game was scheduled to take place last Saturday but had to be postponed due to the FA Cup quarter-final against Manchester United. The new date means the fixture will be Wolves’ penultimate home game of the season, before Fulham visit Molineux in May. It also means Wolves will have back-to-back home games in the space of four days, with Brighton at Molineux on Saturday, April 20. Ticket details for the visit of the Gunners will be announced in due course. The game will…

Wolves kid Watt aiming for history with Scots

Wolves Under-23s midfielder Elliot Watt is part of the Scotland Under-19s squad aiming to make history over the next week. The Preston-born 19-year-old is part of Billy Stark’s 20-man squad seeking to qualify for the UEFA Under-19s European Championship for only the second time in the team’s history. The Scots are in Portugal for three UEFA Elite Round fixtures in pursuit of a first appearance at the tournament for 13 years, as they look to overcome the hosts and defending champions for a place at this summer’s finals in Armenia. They kick off against Turkey tomorrow (Wednesday, 2pm) at Dr…

Mendes can help turn Wolves into a top-six force – Ndah

Jorge Mendes’s influence can attract world class players and push Wolves into the Premier League’s top six. That’s the opinion of popular former Wolves striker George Ndah. With the help of the Portuguese super-agent, Wolves have signed Ruben Neves, Joao Moutinho, Diogo Jota, Rui Patricio and Willy Boly among others to transform from a mid-ranking Championship club to seventh in the Premier League and FA Cup semi-finalists inside two years. Neves swapped the Champions League with Porto for the Championship with Wolves in a then club record £15.8m move but the gamble worked out. At £5m, the signing of Moutinho…