Andy Godden RIP
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I have received the very sad news that Andy Godden member of the DDCWWFCSC passed away this week having lost his battle with Cancer. A quiet unassuming member, Andy travelled […]

Blues tickets on sale Monday 9th at 5pm
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Tickets for the¬†Blues game on Sunday 15th April are on sale from 5pm. Book online only. Please note each application counts for ONLY ONE ticket, but there are 8 up […]

2017 Annual Dinner 21st October – Jack Price says yes!
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Honorary Member of the DDCWWFCSC and current Wolves player Jack Price has said that he’s coming along to our Dinner, on Saturday 21st October after the home game with Preston […]

Forest tickets on sale from Saturday at 9am
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The game on Saturday 20th with Nottingham Forest kicks of at 3pm, our 8 tickets will go on sale from Saturday 13th at 9am. Please note and understand that each […]

Frank Clarke RIP
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I am very sad to announce the death of Frank Clarke on Sunday 2nd july after a long illness. Frank the brother of Light’ouse AKA Robert Clarke was very active […]

Barbecue this Saturday
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The DDCWWFCSC summer BBQ is on Saturday the 10th June. All the food and beer are on order so come along and talk football, while you eat drink and be […]

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Andy Godden RIP

I have received the very sad news that Andy Godden member of the DDCWWFCSC passed away this week having lost his battle with Cancer. A quiet unassuming member, Andy travelled to matches from Liverpool usually sporting a gold and black Norther Soul bag. He was a close friend of Owen Hughes and was to be found in his group of friends and quite often came to games with his father. He never really spoke of his illness which he had had for some time merely saying that he was doing alright if asked. I thought he was on the road to recovery, so his passing came as quite a shock. He will be sadly missed by those of us who knew him and our thoughts are with his family and friends. RIP Andy.