Wolverhampton-born defender Richard Stearman is the latest former Wolves star to delve into his time at Molineux when he is inducted into the Old Gold Club on Thursday evening.
‘Stears’, who was spent eight years and two spells at his hometown club, will become the fourth player to feature in the new second series of the Wolves’ official podcast as he joins regular podcast hosts Mikey Burrows and Chris Iwelumo in the Old Gold Club studio.
On the 30-minute video show, Stearman speaks in-depth on a variety of topics he encountered during the 266 appearances he made in gold and black, including his relationship with Mick McCarthy, promotion to the Premier League in 2009 and the double drop into League One.
Now back in the Premier League with Sheffield United, the defender also lifts the lid on losing his temper with Stale Solbacken, coming back home to Wolverhampton and his FA Cup goal against Liverpool.
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