Wolverhampton Wanderers News

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Wolves confirm Saunders

ESPN staff | January, 7 2013

Wolves have confirmed that Dean Saunders is the club's new manager, following Saturday's departure of Stale Solbakken.

Saunders agrees to take Wolves job

Ian Edwards | January, 6 2013

Dean Saunders has agreed to become Wolves' fourth manager in less than a year after quitting Doncaster Rovers to take over at Molineux.

Wolves approach Doncaster boss Saunders

David Instone | January, 6 2013

Wolverhampton Wanderers are homing in on former Doncaster Rovers boss Dean Saunders as a possible successor to Stale Solbakken.

Solbakken sacked by Wolves after Luton defeat

David Instone | January, 5 2013

Wolverhampton Wanderers have sacked manager Stale Solbakken in the wake of their FA Cup humiliation at non-League Luton Town.

Bakary Sako keen to stay at Wolves

Ian Edwards | December, 13 2012

Bakary Sako wants to remain with Wolves and play a vital role in Stale Solbakken's bid to guide the club into the Championship promotion picture. The French-born winger's impressive start to life in English football, since his &po...

Wolves announce £2 million pre-tax profit

ESPN staff | December, 6 2012

Championship Wolves have announced a pre-tax profit of £2.16 million for the year ending May 31 2012.

Solbakken apologies for Wolves performance

David Instone | November, 28 2012

Stale Solbakken apologised to Wolves supporters after his side suffered a ninth match without victory and insisted the buck stops with him.

Wolves given Hennessey setback

David Instone | November, 14 2012

Wolves goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey has suffered a setback in his return from injury and may require further surgery.

Frimpong committed to Arsenal but may seal loan

ESPN staff | November, 13 2012

Emmanuel Frimpong has rejected rumours that he could leave Arsenal on a permanent basis but has said he is hopeful of securing a loan deal in the short-term.

Solbakken will ring changes for Chelsea tie

Dsvid Instone | September, 25 2012

Stale Solbakken will be aiming to cause a split in decades-old family loyalties when he plots a Capital One Cup upset with in-form Wolves against Chelsea on Tuesday.

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