An extended version of the ‘Raul Jimenez: Code Red’ documentary is set to be broadcast across the Wolves social media channels this evening.
The documentary chronicles the striker’s upbringing in Mexico, his career journey to Molineux and the horrific incident of 29th November 2020, as well as Jimenez’s recovery from his life-threatening injury.
A sneak peek at the extended version of Raul Jimenez: Code Red can be seen below.
Following a 30-minute edit featuring on BBC iPlayer, and shortened versions on Football Focus and Premier League World – broadcast worldwide – this is the first time the final cut will be available to watch worldwide on the Wolves channels.
Interviews include former head coach Nuno Espirito Santo, whose emotional words “code red” inspired the documentary title, captain Conor Coady, Dr Matt Perry, as well as Jimenez’s family and the Mexican himself.
Unseen footage which will be shown this evening includes further footage gathered during Jimenez’s first return to Compton Park following his injury and an in-depth look at the striker’s recovery at the training ground under the watchful eye of the Wolves medical team.
There is also a focus on Jimenez’s personal and family life, featuring never before seen interviews with the Mexican’s loved ones, including his two brothers, Raul Andre and Raul Antonio.
The documentary will be premiered on Wolves YouTube from 8pm on Wednesday 8th December.