League Cup winning midfielder Willie Carr will speak about his seven-year stint at Molineux when he appears on the latest episode of the Old Gold Club on Wednesday evening.
The Scottish international, who stepped out almost 290 times in gold and black, is the seventh former Wolves star to appear on the second series of the club’s official podcast as he chats to regular podcast hosts Mikey Burrows and ex-Wolves striker Chris Iwelumo.
On the 30-minute video show, Carr, who was a member of the successful 1980 League Cup winning squad after helping the club to promotion from the second division three years earlier, will talk about their late-night celebrations after lifting the cup, turning down the chance to live in London by moving to Wolverhampton and his relationship with manager Bill McGarry.
Carr, who moved across the West Midlands from Coventry in 1975, will also delve into his infamous donkey free-kick, his thoughts on watching the current Wolves side, and why he still lives in the area despite leaving the club 37 years ago.
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