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Greatest Wolverhampton Wanderers XI Of All Time


CM – Kenny Hibbitt

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One of the greatest Wolves legends, Kenny Hibbitt was a goal-scoring midfielder with an eye for goal. He joined in November 1968 for just £5,000 from Bradford Park Avenue. He spent 16 years with Wolves from 1968-1984 when he departed for Coventry City.

Hibbitt enjoyed an excellent record of 114 goals in 570 appearances for Wolves. He won two League Cup Winners medals in 1974 and 1980 and also helped Wolves win promotion from the Second Division in 1977 and 1983.

CM – Ron Flowers

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Another player from the successful 1950s team, Flowers was an attacking midfielder who created for others and scored some spectacular goals himself.

Spending a total of 15 years at the club, Flowers played over 500 games for Wolves. He has three league titles to his name, an FA Cup winners medal in 1960, and most recently, a belated 1966 World Cup winners medal for his place in England’s triumphant squad.

RM/RW – Derek Dougan

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Scoring a hat-trick on your debut isn’t a bad way to endear yourself to your new club’s fans, and Dougan did just that in 1967 against Hull. Signed from Leicester, the striker formed a lethal partnership with John Richards and helped the club gain promotion from the Second Division in his first season.

The Northern Ireland international would play a major role in getting Wolves to the UEFA Cup final in 1972 and was part of the 1974 League Cup-winning team. With 123 goals in 323 appearances, he firmly wrote his name into Wolves’ history.

LM/LW – Jimmy Mullen

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Jimmy Mullen spent his whole career playing for Wolves between 1937 and 1960. He became the youngest player ever to appear for Wolves in a first-team match. Mullen was just 16 years and 43 days old when he played in the 4-1 win over Leeds Utd in February 1939.

He helped Wolves to win league titles in 1954, 1958, and 1959 respectively, while he also picked up runners-up medals on three occasions. He also started in the 1949 FA Cup triumph over Leicester City.

Mullen also represented his country in the 1950 and 1954 World Cups. His tally for the Three Lions would finish at six goals in 12 matches. As for Wolves, he scored 112 goals in 486 appearances. He truly deserves a place in the greatest Wolverhampton Wanderers XI of all time.

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