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The one and only Romain Saiss joins Mikey to talk through the emotions and drama of our 3-2 win over Man City at Molineux. They also touch upon another of Romain's most iconic moments for the club, where he was left lying on the pitch at Middlesbrough on the way to promotion, and Romain reveals why he wasn't meant to play for the full ninety minute…
 
Adam Proudlock came through the Wolves Academy and after impressing at a loan spell in Scotland, returned to become Wolves top goalscorer in the 2000/01 season. He talks through his favourite game in gold and black, a four-nil win over Norwich City, where Adam scored his first league goal for his hometown club.…
 
During the 2008/09 Championship winning season, top of the table Wolves travelled with over 3,000 fans to the Keepmoat Stadium in Doncaster ahead of a tricky festive schedule. Neil Collins scored the only goal of the game, his favourite moment at the club, and he joins Mikey Burrows to talk through the day and what it meant for our title push.…
 
Fan favourite left wing back Barry Douglas talks to Mikey Burrows about his favourite game for Wolves; one of the most dramatic moments of Nuno's reign... Three years to the day, he talks about our famous trip to Bristol City, where he grabbed a goal and a late, late assist for Ryan Bennett, sparking scenes on the pitch and in the stands.…
 
Wolves supporter Tom Parry watched on from the Molineux stands as one of the most dramatic penalty shootouts unfolded in front of his eyes. Premier League Sheffield Wednesday were the losers, Wolves the winners, as Paul Jones starred between the sticks to help send his team into the fifth round of the FA Cup.…
 
Sylvan Ebanks-Blake was a natural born finisher and displayed it during his time at Wolves, who he helped into the top flight as Championship winners in 2009. Earlier in that sensational campaign was a 3-2 victory at Charlton Athletic, which the former striker, who scored two, holds as his best game in old gold.…
 
Wolves’ greatest ever goal scorer behind Steve Bull, John Richards was prolific in old gold, finishing his Molineux career with 194 goals. The 1972 journey to the UEFA Cup final provided memories to cherish for Richards, who fondly reflects on the quarter finals at Juventus, where Wolves set themselves up for a 3-2 aggregate victory.…
 
A well-decorated Irish international, who lifted the Premier League and Champions League at Manchester United, Denis Irwin brought his experience to Molineux late in his career. The full-back played a key role as Wolves were famously promoted to the top flight in 2003, beating Sheffield United 3-0 in the Play-Off final.…
 
Michael Kightly becomes the latest Old Gold Club inductee as he joins Mikey Burrows and Chris Iwelumo to speak about going from non-league to Premier League in two years, earning England under-21 appearances due to his Wolves form, his injury plagued later years at the club and crying when he found out his Wolves career was over.…
 
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