Aaron McCarey, former Walsall loanee and penalty hero of the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy clash a fortnight ago, is the cover star for tonight’s matchday magazine.
McCarey looks back at that dream debut a fortnight ago, assesses the battle for the goalkeeping shirt against the calibre of Carl Ikeme and Wayne Hennessey, and reveals how he might have ended up playing a very different type of football!
Kevin Doyle is the man in the middle for 20 questions as he reveals who he would phone on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire – even though he knows he wouldn’t know the answer – and which former Reading and Wolves room-mate would wake him without fail with a particular siren call at 6.30am.
There’s an extended interview with former Wolves and Walsall keeper Mick Kearns, who will be in the press box with Walsall Player this evening, in which he recalls his time with both clubs and why he’s confident both will enjoy successful seasons.
This edition’s quiz sees David Davis do battle with Richard Stearman, and it’s another close encounter.
There are all the usual columns from Kenny Jackett, Jez Moxey, Steve Weaver, Mick Halsall and captain Samuel Ricketts, not to mention all the latest from the different departments at Wolves including the Community Trust, Commercial, Ticketing, Young Wolves and the Fanzone section.
The Diamond Geezers section continues to take readers on a match-by-match journey through Wolves’ first title winning season of 1953/54, and there is also a six page lowdown on visitors Walsall.
Retailing at £3, the matchday magazine will be available from in and around Molineux on Saturday.