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The 40's - 60's Collection

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Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Wolves Squad

Wolves Squad
(back row l-r) John Smith, Wilf Lowton, Reginal Reg Hollingworth, Frederick Fred Pincott, Frank Wildman, Cyril Spiers, John Jack Ellis, John Jack Nelson, Cecil Shaw, Richard Dickie Rhodes

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Tom Smalley

Tom Smalley, Wolverhampton Wanderers

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Ron Flowers on England duty

Ron Flowers on England duty
England International Ron Flowers of Wolves in action

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: FA Cup Final Victory, Wolves vs Leicester City

FA Cup Final Victory, Wolves vs Leicester City
Wolves FA Cup winning team: (back row, l-r) Bill Crook, Roy Pritchard, Bert Williams, Bill Shorthouse, Terry Springthorpe; (front row, l-r) Johnny Hancocks, Sammy Smyth, manager Stan Cullis

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Wolves Glory: Billy Wright and the FA Cup Victory

Wolves Glory: Billy Wright and the FA Cup Victory
Wolves captain Billy Wright (c) is chaired around Wembley with the FA Cup after his teams 3-1 victory

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: FA Cup Final Victory, Wolves vs Blackburn, Slater & Trophy

FA Cup Final Victory, Wolves vs Blackburn, Slater & Trophy
Wolverhampton Wanderers captain Bill Slater holds the FA Cup aloft as he is chaired by his jubilant teammates: (back row, l-r) Gerry Harris, Malcolm Finlayson, Ron Flowers, Peter Broadbent

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: FA Cup Final, Wolves vs Leicester City, Billy Wright presented with the trophy

FA Cup Final, Wolves vs Leicester City, Billy Wright presented with the trophy
Princess Elizabeth presents the Football Association Cup to Billy Wright, captain of Wolves after they defeated Leicester City by three goals to one in the final at Wembley Stadium

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Stan Cullis with the 1960 FA Cup Winning Squad

Stan Cullis with the 1960 FA Cup Winning Squad
Wolves manager Stan Cullis (centre) and his FA cup winning team with the cup at Molineux, in Wolverhampton. 28/02/01: Cullis, who managed Wolves during the clubs European glory days in the 1950s

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Derek Dougan Goal

Derek Dougan Goal
Wolverhampton Wanderers Derek Dougan (r) hammers the ball past the challenge of Crystal Palaces Robert Goldthorpe (l) to score the opening goal

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Stan Cullis running out for Wolves in 1964

Stan Cullis running out for Wolves in 1964
Wolves player Stan Cullis, who also managed the side during the clubs European glory days in the 1950s. * 28/02/01: Cullis died at the age of 85

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Wolverhampton Wanderers: FA Cup Victory Parade - Slater and Harris Hold the Trophy

Wolverhampton Wanderers: FA Cup Victory Parade - Slater and Harris Hold the Trophy
Wolverhampton Wanderers Bill Slater (l) and Gerry Harris (r) show off the FA Cup as the team begins an open-topped bus tour of Wolverhampton, the day after their 3-0 win over Blackburn Rovers

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: First Division Championship Winning Squad

First Division Championship Winning Squad
Wolves who retained their Football League First Division Championship with 61 points from 42 games. Pictured with the trophy are

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Wolves vs Spartak Moscow

Wolves vs Spartak Moscow
Wolves captain Billy Wright (l) shakes hands with Manager Stanley Cullis (r) after their side had beaten Spartak Moscow 4-0

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Wolverhampton Wanderers Royston Swinbourne Amidst the Goal Melee: 4-0 Victory Over Spartak Moscow

Wolverhampton Wanderers Royston Swinbourne Amidst the Goal Melee: 4-0 Victory Over Spartak Moscow
Wolverhampton Wanderers Royston Swinbourne finds himself on the gorund (c) during a goal mouth scramble. Wolverhampton Wanderers won the match 4-0

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Wolverhampton Wanderers Team: Manager Ronnie Allen and His Squad

Wolverhampton Wanderers Team: Manager Ronnie Allen and His Squad
Wolverhampton Team Group. Manager Ronnie Allen (front row, first left)

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Bert Williams

Bert Williams, Wolverhampton Wanderers goalkeeper

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Wolverhampton Wanderers: Billy Wright and the FA Cup Triumph over Leicester City (1949)

Wolverhampton Wanderers: Billy Wright and the FA Cup Triumph over Leicester City (1949)
Wolves captain Billy Wright with the FA Cup after his teams 3-1 victory

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Wolves FA Cup Victory: Bill Slater Celebrates with Teammates

Wolves FA Cup Victory: Bill Slater Celebrates with Teammates
Wolves captain Bill Slater holds the FA Cup aloft as he is chaired by his jubilant teammates: (back row, l-r) Gerry Harris, Malcolm Finlayson, Ron Flowers, Peter Broadbent, Eddie Clamp

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Vain Dive: Bert Williams Fails to Save Goal

Vain Dive: Bert Williams Fails to Save Goal
Wolverhampton Wanderers goalkeeper Bert Williams dives in vain as the ball flashes over the bar

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: FA Cup, Wolves vs Manchester United

FA Cup, Wolves vs Manchester United
Referee JH Parker (c) looks on as Wolves captain Billy Wright (l) shakes hands with Manchester United captain Johnny Carey (r)

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Triumphant Wolves: Clamp, Slater and Deeley Celebrate FA Cup Victory

Triumphant Wolves: Clamp, Slater and Deeley Celebrate FA Cup Victory
Wolverhampton Wanderers Eddie Clamp (l) and Bill Slater (c) parade the FA Cup around Wembley as teammate Norman Deeley (r) tries to catch up

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Derek Dougan

Derek Dougan, Wolverhampton Wanderers

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Jimmy Mullen

Jimmy Mullen, Wolverhampton Wanderers

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Bert Williams saves against Chelsea

Bert Williams saves against Chelsea
Wolverhampton Wanderers goalkeeper Bert Williams (r) punches clear from Chelseas Roy Bentley (second l) and Les Stubbs (second r) with teammate Roy Pritchard (l) in attendance

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Wolverhampton Wanderers: The Wolves Squad United

Wolverhampton Wanderers: The Wolves Squad United
Wolverhampton Wanderers team group

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Billy Wright, The Wolves Legend

Billy Wright, The Wolves Legend
Billy Wright, Wolves

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: FA Cup - Wolves vs WBA

FA Cup - Wolves vs WBA
Action during the FA Cup Fourth Round tie between Wolverhampton Wanderers and West Bromwich Albion at Wolverhampton

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Derek Dougan: Irish International Soccer Star Set to Play in Wales vs

Derek Dougan: Irish International Soccer Star Set to Play in Wales vs. Northern Ireland Game at Swansea
Wolverhampton Wanderer Derek Dougan the Irish International soccer player is due to play in the Wales versus Northern Ireland game at Swansea

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Ron Flowers

Ron Flowers, Wolves

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Wolves Norman Deeley Scores the Third Goal: FA Cup Final Victory over Blackburn Rovers

Wolves Norman Deeley Scores the Third Goal: FA Cup Final Victory over Blackburn Rovers
Wolverhampton Wanderers Norman Deeley (third r) fires the ball beyond Blackburn Rovers Harry Leyland (second r) and Mick McGrath (r) to score his teams third goal

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Fulham vs Wolves, Striker Ted Farmer scores for Wolves

Fulham vs Wolves, Striker Ted Farmer scores for Wolves
Wolverhampton Wanderers Ted Farmer (second l) heads the ball past Fulham goalkeeper Tony Macedo (l) to score one of his two goals, watched by Fulhams Roy Bentley (second r) and Jim Langley (r)

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: FA Cup Final Victory: Wolves Team Greets The Duke of Gloucester (1960)

FA Cup Final Victory: Wolves Team Greets The Duke of Gloucester (1960)
Wolves captain Bill Slater (third l) introduces the days guest of honour, The Duke of Gloucester (second l), to teammate Norman Deeley (second r), watched by Eddie Clamp (c)

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Bill Slater and Malcolm Finlayson Leading Wolverhampton Wanderers Out onto the Field

Bill Slater and Malcolm Finlayson Leading Wolverhampton Wanderers Out onto the Field
Wolverhampton Wanderers captain Bill Slater leads his team out, followed by goalkeeper Malcolm Finlayson

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: FA Cup Final Victory, Wolves vs Blackburn, Bill Slater

FA Cup Final Victory, Wolves vs Blackburn, Bill Slater
Bill Slater, Wolverhampton captain and " Footballer of the Year" happily holds aloft the FA Cup at Wembley, London, after the Final Tie in which Wolves beat Blackburn Rovers 3-0

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Jimmy Murray

Jimmy Murray, Wolverhampton Wanderers

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Wolverhampton Wanderers FA Cup Victory: Peter Broadbent, Gerry Mannion

Wolverhampton Wanderers FA Cup Victory: Peter Broadbent, Gerry Mannion, and Malcolm Finlayson Celebrate on the Train
(L-R) Wolverhampton Wanderers Peter Broadbent, Gerry Mannion and Malcolm Finlayson show off the FA Cup in their carriage on the train from Paddington back to Wolverhampton

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Spartak Moscow: Mikhail Yakobovich Piraev Dives as Peter Broadbent's

Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Spartak Moscow: Mikhail Yakobovich Piraev Dives as Peter Broadbent's Shot Sails Over
Spartak Moscow goalkeeper Mikhail Yakobovich Piraev (l) watches a shot from Wolverhampton Wanderers Peter Broadbent (far right) sail over the crossbar

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Wolves Squad: Manager Stanley Cullis with Team Members and Backroom Staff, 1950s

Wolves Squad: Manager Stanley Cullis with Team Members and Backroom Staff, 1950s
Wolves Team group. (back row l-r) C. Jones, James Murray, Edward Clamp, Malcolm Finlayson, J. Gardiner (Trainer), Edward Stuart, Ronald Flowers, William Slater

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Wolves Legendary Manager: Stan Cullis (1940s-1960s)

Wolves Legendary Manager: Stan Cullis (1940s-1960s)
Stan Cullis, Wolves

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: FA Cup Victory: The Duchess of Gloucester Presents the Trophy to Wolverhampton Wanderers Captain

FA Cup Victory: The Duchess of Gloucester Presents the Trophy to Wolverhampton Wanderers Captain Bill Slater (1949)
FA President Stanley Rous (c) looks on as HRH The Duchess of Gloucester (l) presents the FA Cup to the winning captain, Wolverhampton Wanderers Bill Slater (r)

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Billy Wright

Billy Wright, Wolves

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Roy Swinbourne

Roy Swinbourne, Wolverhampton Wanderers

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Peter Knowles

Peter Knowles, Wolverhampton Wanderers

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Bill Slater

Bill Slater, Wolverhampton Wanderers

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Stan Cullis

Stan Cullis
Wolves manager Stan Cullis in his office

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Wolverhampton Wanderers and Leicester City: The FA Cup Final Showdown at Wembley

Wolverhampton Wanderers and Leicester City: The FA Cup Final Showdown at Wembley
The two teams walk out onto the Wembley pitch before the match

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: FA Cup Final: Wolves Captain Billy Wright and Leicester City Captain Norman Plummer Shake Hands

FA Cup Final: Wolves Captain Billy Wright and Leicester City Captain Norman Plummer Shake Hands Before the Match
Wolves captain Billy Wright (r) shakes hands with Leicester City captain Norman Plummer (l) before the match

Background imageThe 40's - 60's Collection: Stan Cullis, Legendary Manager of Wolverhampton Wanderers

Stan Cullis, Legendary Manager of Wolverhampton Wanderers
Stan Cullis, Wolves



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