Jamie Reckord is the 99th speaker on the Wolf Whistle Podcast. In a very honest interview Jamie speaks about making his debut for his hometown club after being with them since the age of 9 and talks of his journey from boy to man. Jamie speaks of his eye-opening transition into ‘man’s football’ and the loan moves that served him so well. Jamie then talks of reaching the dizzy heights of the Scottish Premier League …and the pride of representing his country in ‘Setting the record straight’.
The Billy Wright Story is coming to the Prince of Wales theatre in Cannock on Thursday 20th October 2023. Vicky, Billy’s daughter tells the Billy Wright Story in all its glory with previously untold tales of love, happiness and even the battles her father faced. The story encapsulates Wolverhampton’s favourite son perfectly as a man and a player who made 541 appearances in the Old Gold and Captained England 90 times throughout his 105 record breaking appearances to make him Englands first centurion. A night NOT to be missed!
In the latest edition of the ‘Journos Journal’ we speak to Wolves correspondent for The Athletic, speaking all about the current crop, Wolves transfer business, Bruno Lage and the expectations for the 2022-23 season.
Scott Golbourne is the 98th speaker on the Wolf Whistle Podcast. Scott speaks insightfully about his career and in earnest about his time at Wolves and the record breaking League One season. Scott speaks about his footballing family and how he finished his career with no regrets. Scott reveals how he didn’t miss the game upon retirement and the plans that he had in place whilst still a player as we talk ‘unfinished business’.
In a special continued series of ‘The Journo’s Journal’ Ryan Leister is our latest guest. Ryan who has worked for the BBC and now hosts the ‘Wolves Report’ chooses his pre-Fosun Best XI. Ryan throws in some fantastic anecdotes and we also touch upon the current crop and our hopes for the 2022-23 season.
Stuart Watkiss is the 97th speaker on the Wolf Whistle Podcast. Stuart speaks of growing up on the terraces supporting Wolves, to his surprise debut and how the club kept his feet firmly on the ground. Stuart speaks about his life in football that has taken him across the globe and anecdotally how after his Wolves debut …he couldn’t get served in his local! With two games for Wolves in the top flight Stuart Watkiss is ‘Quality not Quantity’.
In a special, continued series of ‘The Journo’s Journal’ we speak to the former Express and Star Wolves reporter and current Wolves correspondent for ‘The Athletic’ Tim Spiers. Tim speaks candidly about his journey supporting Wolves and living the dream of becoming a reporter on his club. Tim also picks his ‘Pre-Fosun Wolves Best XI’ and also talks about the ‘Wagatha trial and the latest #AskWolves collection of interviews. A must listen!
Ade Akinbiyi is the 96th speaker on the Wolf Whistle podcast. Ade speaks passionately about his career, the goals, the big money moves and how he ended up at Wolves. Ade talks fondly about his time at the club and how he didn’t want to leave even though it was for the Premier League. Ade talks about the honour of playing for his country and how he has no regrets in ‘score goals, will travel’.
James Spray is the speaker on the 95th edition of the podcast. 3 years after playing football for the first time James was spotted by Wolves and 3 years later was on the bench in the Premier League. James speaks about scoring on hIs debut… to being brought down to earth with personal battles and then subsequent released by the club. A very interesting interview where James confides it was ‘too much, too young’.
Derek Jefferson is the 94th speaker on the Wolf Whistle podcast. ‘Chopper’ talks of his hard man tag and how he followed Bill McGarry to Wolves with the promise of first team football. Derek talks candidly about the perils of birds and booze that blighted his career and the reasons behind his behaviour. Derek explains how he found faith through football and why it became his ‘divine interception’.