Although officially becoming an ambassador of Wolves Foundation in September 2020, Conor Coady had already been a great supporter of the charity since joining Wolves in 2015.
He also progressed to becoming club captain at Molineux, also giving him added responsibility in helping ensure the players are heavily involved in the Foundation’s work in the local community.
Conor spent his formative footballing years at Liverpool, coming through the club’s Academy, and made two senior appearances before moving to Huddersfield in 2014.
Whilst at Anfield he had spent a year on loan with Sheffield United, part of a Blades team which went all the way to the FA Cup Semi Finals.
During his season at Huddersfield, Conor scored a fantastic goal against Wolves, then moving to Molineux where, at the start of the 2020/21 campaign, he had accumulated almost 250 first team appearances.
An England international at junior levels all the way up to the Under-20s, Conor’s long awaited debut for the senior England team came in September 2020, for a Nations League tie against Denmark in Copenhagen.
Conor: “As Wolves captain, I am delighted to become an ambassador for the Wolves Foundation, and will do everything I can to support the charity’s fantastic work going forward.”