Fans surprised by Wolves Legend!
A spot of afternoon tea with Bully - and a tour of the Museum. That was the surprise on offer for a group of loyal Wolves fans in the second of this year’s Christmas Wolves Wishes.
Four fans had been nominated by others for various reasons to receive a Wolves Wish, and so they were invited with a guest for what they thought would be a bite to eat overlooking the Molineux pitch and then a tour of Wolves’ Museum.
It was indeed that, but with a twist, as midway through the first cuppa a certain Wolves legend by the name of Steve Bull wandered in.
Bully then got stuck into a brew himself and chatted with the assembled guests about all things Wolves past and present, as well as going back over some of his own memories of his playing days.
There was then a tour of the tunnel and dressing rooms from the Club’s top goalscorer and Vice-President, followed by a look around the Museum.
Jason Forbes, David Mantle, Shannon McNally and Tony Priddy were the fans who received the Bully surprise.
“I was told a couple of days ago that I was going out, and that was as much as I knew until I turned up,” said Jason.
“And then Steve Bull turned up as well, who I think is a brilliant player, so I was really excited when he arrived.
“He was a really nice bloke as well – down to earth.”
“I didn’t know what to expect but we’ve had a fantastic afternoon – it’s been lovely,” added Shannon’s mother Donna.
Bully himself was delighted to be able to spring the Wolves Wishes surprise.
“It was just about giving a little treat to people who have done something in their lives or had something happen to them,” he said.
“There were some shocked faces when I walked in as they were having their tea and cake!
“We had a good 15 or 20 minutes chat and then showed them around the ground and in the Museum.”
*Thanks to Stone’s Throw Media for the filming of this Wish.