There’s a clash of the heavyweights on the cover of Tuesday’s matchday programme as Joao Moutinho is joined by Paul Pogba for the visit of Manchester United.
Moutinho has proved a brilliant signing this season and, like Pogba, has been painted impressively by Louise Cobbold for the United cover.
The Portuguese has achieved great things in his career, including lifting Euro 2016 and the Europa League, and is the main feature inside, discussing his hunger for success at Molineux.
While Moutinho takes centre stage, supporters can also hear from the likes of Morgan Gibbs-White and Jonny Otto inside, as well as others.
Gibbs-White speaks of the exact day he was plucked from local football by Wolves, and his progress through the club’s Academy system.
Here’s what else is inside Tuesday’s edition of the programme:
- We have a preview of the game, as well as early thoughts on Sunday’s FA Cup semi-final, from Nuno Espirito Santo, Conor Coady, Kevin Thelwell and Laurie Dalrymple.
- There’s an in-depth look at Manchester United, including the thoughts of United We Stand editor, Andy Mitten.
- Hot Topics this week come courtesy of Jonny Otto, Ed Francis and Dave Wood, tackling talking points including Tottenham’s new home and the Asia Trophy.
- The latest update from the Academy comes from Rob Edwards and Scott Sellars, and includes features with Carl Ikeme and Dan Simpson.
- The Old Gold Club features comes from legendary goal scorer, John Richards, who recently sat down for the popular club podcast recently.
- Foz’s Favourites come from more modern day, and a memorable 2011 victory over Manchester United at Molineux.
- In Focus sees the Steve Kindon sharing his Wolves memories by hand, before a look at some of the club’s best number 20s of yesteryear.
- TV pundit, Danny Higginbotham gives his thoughts as the Last Word, discussing the club’s impressive adaption from the Championship to Premier League.
- There’s the return of nine collectable stickers at the back of the programme to add to your collection.
All this and much more is available inside the official matchday programme for £3.50 from around Molineux.
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