Ivan Cavaleiro is the theme of Wolves’ official match programme for the visit of Cardiff City this weekend.
The Portuguese has scored vital goals in the FA Cup in recent weeks and fronts the programme alongside Aron Gunnarsson, having both been brilliantly painted by Louise Cobbold.
Having made his 100th Wolves appearance at Huddersfield on Tuesday night, Cavaleiro discusses coming to England and his progression alongside the football club to reach the Premier League.
As well as Cavaleiro, supporters can hear from Matt Doherty, Morgan Gibbs-White and Chris Iwelumo inside, on various topics at Wolves and in football further afield.
Doherty discusses his pathway from Bohemian in Ireland to Wolves in the Premier League, via the likes of Hibernian and Bury on loan.
Here’s what else to expect inside the 108-page programme:
- After three weeks without a game, supporters get an update from on and off the pitch by Nuno Espirito Santo, Conor Coady, Kevin Thelwell and Laurie Dalrymple.
- A thorough look at Cardiff, including the thoughts of Premier League Productions’ Rob Scanlon, who discusses what will be key if the Bluebirds are to survive this term.
- Hot Topics brings Morgan Gibbs-White, Ryan Giles and Anthony Parker together, tackling stories involving Paul Scholes and Declan Rice.
- The Academy section is full of content as always, including a look at the role of the under-23’ Rob Edwards and Keith Andrews’ route through the club’s system.
- The latest Old Gold Club feature comes from David Kelly this week, as he lifts the lid on the infamous meeting with John McGinlay in 1995.
- Foz’s Favourites look back on a 9-1 battering of Cardiff at Ninian Park, which included two Wolves hat-tricks in 1955, while the retro programme comes from the same game.
- Chris Iwelumo shares his Wolves memories in In Focus, while Pack Numbers looks back at three former Wolves men to don the number 18 shirt before Diogo Jota.
- Wolves Women and Wolves Foundation provide their latest update after what was a busy February.
- Last Word comes from Sky Sports commentator Martin Tyler, who is enjoying Wolves’ resurgence, reminding him of yesteryear.
All this and much more is available inside the official matchday programme for £3.50 from around Molineux.
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