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In the Company of Wolves Paperback – 8 Nov 1999
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Paperback, 8 Nov 1999
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The Wolverhampton Wanderers have won everything that English football has to offer - three league championships and four FA Cup competitions - but, since their relegation from the old Division One in 1984, they have been unable to climb back into the top flight of the game. This work traces the club's memorable 1998-1999 campaign for promotion to the Premiership. Kevin Brophy moved from the West of Ireland to the Black Country in 1998 to follow the fortunes of his heroes in their latest quest for glory, and this book is a fan's-eye view of the season. He recalls the early euphoria when Wolves topped the table, the string of defeats that catapulted Mark McGhee out of the Molineaux manager's office, and the slow haul back into promotion contention under Colin Fee.
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