Wolves’ first team players were out and about in the local community yesterday, marking the first day of the half-term school holidays by meeting hundreds of young supporters.
Bakary Sako and Bjorn Sigurdarson popped into the Club’s Dudley Street Store, whilst George Elokobi, Zeli Ismail and Carl Ikeme toured the Wolves Museum and met fans benefitting from the special ‘kids go free’ day.
Meanwhile, Jake Cassidy, James Henry and Lee Evans were at Cineworld, Bentley Bridge, with the right and left backs, Kevin Foley and Scott Golbourne, visiting the Tipton & Coseley Building Society in Dudley to meet supporters opening the Club’s new savings account.
Sam Ricketts, Dave Edwards and Danny Batth were amongst those players visiting youngsters taking part in the popular Wolves Community Trust Soccer Schools.
Matt Grayson, Head of Marketing & Communications, Wolves, said, “It was great to see so many first team players out and about in Wolverhampton meeting our young fans. The players really enjoyed it, and we’ve had great support from Kenny Jackett and his staff in allowing the players to do more community visits. We have a busy programme of events line up for November and December, so we’d encourage fans to keep checking out wolves.co.uk and @officialwolves for more details.