What Wolves Mean to Me…
...written by David Instone, posted in Guest Writers, with 1 Comment.

WHAT WOLVES MEANS TO ME By David Instone (Creator of www.wolvesheroes.com and author of Billy & Bully) Charles Ross once wrote, during my 16 years of following Wolves home and […]

It’s Dinnertime!!
...written by Chris Cox, posted in News, with No Comments.

The countdown is on. The next DDCWWFCSC Annual Dinner is just hours away. Ladies get those posh frocks out and men get your drinking boots on. The arrangements are complete […]

What Wolves Mean to Me….
...written by Charles Ross, posted in Guest Writers, with 1 Comment.

Editor of a Load of Bull Charles Ross has penned us a piece following on in this theme, his piece as the others in this series are, is a very […]

Tranmere Awayday anyone?
...written by Chris Cox, posted in News, with 1 Comment.

I have been asked if I’m running a bus to Tranmere, and the answer is possibly if the demand is there! It fits in with our South East to North […]

Drinking Pages now working for Spurs
...written by Chris Cox, posted in News, with No Comments.

After a couple of technical difficulties the drinking information is now available for Saturday.

Further Dinner Guest Accepts our Invitation
...written by Chris Cox, posted in News, with No Comments.

I’m delighted to announce that Wolves Director John Gough and his wife Helen have accepted our invitation to come to our Dinner on 16th January. John and Helen attended last […]

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Andrew Pearson RIP

Andrew Pearson lost his battle with cancer over the weekend. He passed away Saturday morning having fought the disease for over 18 months. He managed to see the majority of last season – something he didn’t expect to do over a year before, but in the week following the semi final he received the news that the Chemo was no longer keeping the cancer under control.

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He had loved the Championship winning season and was thrilled to see us back in the Premier League. As a valued Member of the DDCWWFCSC for over 20 years he was known by many for his gentle smile and quiet ways. At our last Dinner when he was invited to sit on the top table, he decided to speak about his health to the members present and showed immense bravery to do so in front of a room full of people. This brought the utmost respect from everyone present.

He was not well enough to make the final game at Anfield, but we were able to help him get to all of the games that he wanted to attend during his final season. Our thoughts are with his wife Jane and the family at this sad time, RIP.