Paul Lambert was appointed as Wolves’ Head Coach in November, 2016.
He arrived at Molineux with a host of managerial and playing experience both at home and abroad.
His first managerial position came in Scotland with Livingston, after which his first job in England came with Wycombe Wanderers.
He led the Chairboys to the semi finals of the League Cup, drawing the home leg 1-1 with Chelsea before defeat at Stamford Bridge in the second.
His next job came with Colchester United where a 7-1 opening day victory against Norwich City at the start of the 2009/10 season quickly saw him grab the attention of the Canaries.
Not long afterwards he was installed into the Carrow Road hotseat, guiding Norwich to the League One title and then achieving a second successive promotion to reach the Premier League.
Norwich then finished in a very respectable 12th position in their first season back in the top flight, and from there Lambert joined Aston Villa where, despite some difficult times, he managed to keep them in the Premier League before parting company with the club in February, 2015.
Lambert then spent most of the 2015/16 season at Blackburn Rovers, helping them secure their Sky Bet Championship status before activating a clause in his contract to leave the club, citing that they were moving in different directions.
Lambert has always maintained close contact with football even when not occupying coaching positions, both working in the media and then travelling extensively to view what other clubs do and meet with other coaches such as Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp.
As a player Lambert won many different honours, including all the domestic honours in Scotland during his time with St Mirren and Celtic, and the Champions League at the end of a season spent with Borussia Dortmund.
He also played 40 times for Scotland, including at the 1998 World Cup in France, and captained his country on 15 occasions.
First Team Coach
Stuart Taylor arrived at Wolves as first team coach in November, 2016.
Taylor’s previous role had been as Under-23s coach at Aston Villa, where he had worked with Wolves Head Coach Paul Lambert.
Taylor had long been preparing to go into coaching even during his playing career, and started studying for his badges at an early stage.
He now holds the UEFA Pro Licence.
Taylor first went into coaching as a player/coach with Airdrie, before then spending four years in a player/assistant manager role with Hamilton Academical.
He then landed a role coaching in Qatar for Al Khor FC, before spending 18 months as manager of Limerick in the League Of Ireland, helping the Blues stay in the top division on their return after a 19 years’ absence.
From there Taylor moved to the development role with Aston Villa, prior to joining Wolves.
As a player he spent the majority of his career in Scotland, along with a spell in Ireland with Drogheda United.
Before the player/coaching roles with Airdrie and Hamilton, Taylor had turned out for St Mirren, Falkirk, Partick Thistle, St Johnstone and Ross County.
First Team Coach
Rob Edwards was appointed as Wolves’ first team coach during the summer of 2015, having spent a successful year previously as Under-18 Head Coach.
The appointment followed his excellent work with the club's young talent, which caught the eye of senior Head Coach Kenny Jackett and prompted the promotion to the senior ranks to support Jackett and Assistant Head Coach Joe Gallen.
Edwards had landed the Under-18 role after a year spent continuing to pick up his coaching qualifications whilst also working within the Academies at both Wolves and Manchester City.
Edwards enjoyed an extensive playing career prior to retiring in the latter stages of 2013, starting in the Premier League with Aston Villa, and was capped by Wales at international level.
He also spent four years as a player at Wolves from 2004 to 2008, chalking up over a century of appearances, and was delighted to return to the club in a coaching capacity.
Edwards had arrived with the desire for the team to produce attacking and attractive football, as part of the new overall philosophy at the club to produce a consistent style of play through all levels from youth to senior.
The Under-18s made considerable progress during the season under Edwards' command, and several among their number then moved on to feature for the first team during the following pre-season.
Pat Mountain arrived at Molineux to take over as goalkeeping coach in the summer of 2008.
Prior to arriving at Wolves, he had worked with Cardiff's Academy and with Wales under-21s as well as with Cheltenham and Hereford under well-known former Wolves figures Keith Downing and Graham Turner respectively.
As a player Pat started out with Cardff before moving on to Barry Town where he picked up UEFA Cup experience.
A Welsh under-21 international himself, he also turned out for Yeovil Town and Newport County before three serious knee injuries led to early retirement at the age of 27.
From that setback however Pat was able to focus all his attentions on honing his coaching skills, and is now charged with the task of looking after Wolves' impressive array of keepers, which in recent years has included the likes of Wayne Hennessey, Carl Ikeme, Marcus Hahnemann and Dorus De Vries.
Pat was the youngest coach ever to complete both UEFA's outfield and goalkeeping coaching 'A' licences.
Kevin Thelwell was promoted to the role of Sporting Director in the summer of 2016. This role involves overseeing all matters relating to the football side of the club.
Kevin had previously been appointed as Head of Football Development and Recruitment in January, 2013, following almost six years as the club's Academy manager.
Kevin arrived at Wolves as Academy boss in April, 2008.
Previously he had worked at Derby County where - at just 32 years of age- he became the youngest Academy Manager in the country.
He combined this academy role with that of acting first team coach, helping the club win promotion to the Premier League in his first season via the play offs.
He briefly took the reins of the Rams' first team as caretaker manager when they parted company with Billy Davies.
Players signed by Kevin at Derby including Mark O’Brien and Jeff Hendrick have since progressed through the Academy to make notable appearances in the Derby first team.
Before moving to Pride Park in 2006 Kevin was Director of Youth Development at Preston North End where in his first season the youth team won the Football League National Youth Alliance Cup.
During this time Kevin successfully completed a Bsc (Hons) degree in Sport Science before going on to also complete the LMA/PFA Certificate in Applied Management for Football Managers at Warwick University.
He holds the UEFA Pro Licence, the highest coaching qualification in football, and has previously spent four years with the Football Association of Wales as Director of Coach Education leading the prestigious UEFA 'A' and Pro Licence courses for coaches and managers working within the professional game.
He has continued this coach education role at Wolves, providing ongoing training and development for coaches at Wolves as well as setting up a coaches association for a large number of coaches from local junior clubs.
Kevin combined his coach education role at FAW with that of National Youth Team Coach for the Under 16 National Team working with players such as Aaron Ramsey and Chris Gunter.
During his time at the club Kevin has also driven the Academy to continue to develop and improve its programme with scholars such as David Davis, Anthony Forde, Nathaniel Mendez-Laing, Danny Batth, Jack Price, Jamie Reckord and James Spray forcing their way into the first team squads with Johnny Gorman also becoming one of the youngest players in history to earn senior recognition with Northern Ireland.
It was confirmed in July 2012, under Kevin’s stewardship that the Academy at Wolves had been reclassified as a Category One Academy improving our status to one of the top 20 academies in the Country.
Head of Recruitment
The highly experienced John Marshall joined Wolves as Head of Recruitment prior to the start of the 2015/16 season.
Marshall has worked in football all his life as player, coach, scout and then Head of Recruitment before taking over at Molineux.
As a player, he was a one-club man, making over 500 appearances for Fulham, then going on to coach both the youth team and first team at Craven Cottage, later becoming Chief Scout.
Two separate spells with England for the FA – the most recent lasting almost nine years – have been interspersed with Head of Recruitment roles at Leicester City and Nottingham Forest, and he only left the City Ground due to a change in personnel after Stuart Pearce’s departure during the 2014/15 season. His role scouting for England spanned the age groups from senior team downwards and included attending three World Cup Finals.
Taking over as Head of Recruitment at Wolves also meant Marshall was to some degree able to come ‘home’, having lived in Wolverhampton for a decade prior to being appointed.
Head of Emerging Talent
Having previously worked at Wolves as an intern, Chris joined the club on a permanent basis in March, 2012.
His job initially focused on recruitment analysis as well as assisting first team match analyst Phil Boardman.
Chris, who completed a BSc in Sports Science Coaching, has previously worked in Performance Analysis with West Bromwich Albion and Worcester University's football and basketball teams.
An FA qualified coach, Chris has also coached in schools and has run his own soccer camps, as well as picking up a Talent Identification Award.
As part of the restructuring of the backroom staff in January 2013, Chris was promoted to the role of Technical Recruitment Officer, playing a key role in the scouting and recruitment side at all levels of the club.
In September, 2015, he was promoted to the newly-created role of Head of Emerging Talent, with a particular focus on the recruitment of players aged 21 and under, to supplement those emerging through the Academy.
Steve first joined Wolves as security to the team at the start of the Premier League season of 2003/04.
Since then he has continued to work for the club as a team assistant.
The role is mainly focused around assisting with the kit at home and away matches at every first team fixture, while in the summer of 2011 he became a full-time kit man, taking on main responsibilities for the kit at the Compton training ground.
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Assistant Club Secretary
Alison joined Wolves in 2005 as assistant club secretary having spent 12 years at West Bromwich Albion.Her job at Wolves entails assisting club secretary Richard Skirrow on football related issues whilst also carrying out other duties in relation to the general running of the club.
At The Hawthorns Alison fulfilled a dual role, providing assistance to the club secretary on the football side of the business while also working as PA to the manager and first team squad.