Former Wolves midfielder Simon Osborn will speak about his six-year spell at Molineux when he appears on the latest episode of the Old Gold Club this Wednesday evening.
Osborn, who made more than 180 appearances in gold and black, is the ninth ex-Wolves star to appear on the second series of the club’s official podcast as he chats to podcast hosts Mikey Burrows and ex-Wolves striker Chris Iwelumo.
The 47-year-old, who signed for the club in 1995 from Premier League outfit Queens Park Rangers, helped steer Wolves into the play-offs during his second full season at the club, just four points behind second-place Barnsley. However, Wolves went on to lose in the play-off semi-finals to Osborn’s former club Crystal Palace.
During the subsequent seasons at Wolves, Osborn narrowly missed out on helping the club to a top six finish twice, leaving his playing time in Colin Lee’s side limited. After a loan spell with Tranmere Rovers, Osborn left Wolves for Port Vale, having scored 14 times for the old gold.
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