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Tettenhall Wolf
06-02-2012, 16:11
I don't think they got all the amounts right on here, but it's really interesting to be able to see the in's and out's each season with approx. values.

Certainly some names I'd forgotten!

Also a few that passed me by!

http://www.transferleague.co.uk/premiership-transfers/wolves-transfers.html

Maybe you can all list your top and bottom 5 signings of the last 20 years?

Enjoy.

FRAZ-WOLF
06-02-2012, 16:19
bottom

bjorkland
luzhny
roussel
rob taylor
clapham

best

kightly
postma
jarvis
mcnamara
ince

FLEET WOLF
06-02-2012, 16:19
I don't think they got all the amounts right on here, but it's really interesting to be able to see the in's and out's each season with approx. values.

Certainly some names I'd forgotten!

Also a few that passed me by!

http://www.transferleague.co.uk/premiership-transfers/wolves-transfers.html

Maybe you can all list your top and bottom 5 signings of the last 20 years?

Enjoy.

Read recently that one of the names on the list, Geypes, has recently been released by Cardiff. Amazing the money we spent in the early part of that period, related to the constant failure!

Tettenhall Wolf
06-02-2012, 16:22
And compare the baggies......

http://www.transferleague.co.uk/premiership-transfers/west-bromwich-albion-transfers.html

Tettenhall Wolf
06-02-2012, 16:23
Read recently that one of the names on the list, Geypes, has recently been released by Cardiff. Amazing the money we spent in the early part of that period, related to the constant failure!


.....and 'Molineux Knee', which has just come back to haunt Mr Frimpong this week.

GeorgeWillTearYouApart
06-02-2012, 16:32
Best signing, George Ndah. Nobody comes but thats because I literally love him.

A million miles down the list, Ebanks & Henry because of Ebanks goals & even though hes a ahem not very good/progressive crab muppet for 100k you can't really argue with the service Henry has given us & the places we've come in his tenure. Fletcher because he's quality. I'm going to throw Seol in there because at the time it seemed really really exciting. I remember the random hairdressers under the Billy Wright offering 'Seol haircuts' on the day he signed, before the 3-3 with Wigan.

Worst? Don't think I've ever seen worse than Mulgrew in that game against Morecambe, Frankowski I refuse to have a go at I just felt so sorry for him, Halford was as bad as its got in the Premier League, Friend was just pointless from Mick given he'd signed 2 other left backs that day & Eggert Jonsson because I've never felt more depressed at a Wolves signing

westside wolf
06-02-2012, 16:35
Only new name to me is Richard Flash. No memory of him whatsoever!

mikic
06-02-2012, 16:39
god we've bought some $$$$

Timberwolf
06-02-2012, 17:35
Worst; Big fat Blobby Taylor, Eastwood, Van Damme, Postma (because of the dildo business!!!), Gypes, Luzhny, Friend, Halford and McIndoe-$$$$$$!
Best; any of the good bunch of 2002/03 season; Ince, Rae, Cameron, Miller, Blakey, Studger, and the whole of the Championship winning squad regardless of their obvious weaknesses now. (except those listed above)
What about this players that showed promise but never got a game.. Top of my list; Isaac Okoronkwo. That guy had a style on the ball that at times made Lescott look a hoofer. Certainly put Butler to shame! I guess Jones thought he was a liability.

KiwiWolf
06-02-2012, 17:41
Who were:

Ian Feuer??? :confused:
Richard Flash??? :confused:

........and what was "Postma and the dildo incident"?? :eek:

Penk Wolf
06-02-2012, 17:44
Ian Feuer was an American keeper and Richard Flash, although I've never heard of him, played 11 times in his whole career, and his claim to fame was he used to room with Beckham.

spittlep
06-02-2012, 17:47
When did we sell Dorus de Vries?

Tony
06-02-2012, 17:54
Silas!!!!!!!!!!!! 9 apps. in 3 years. Cost 1million- he was value for money! :eek:

KiwiWolf
06-02-2012, 17:59
Worst; Big fat Blobby Taylor, Eastwood, Van Damme, Postma (because of the dildo business!!!), Gypes, Luzhny, Friend, Halford and McIndoe-$$$$$$!
Best; any of the good bunch of 2002/03 season; Ince, Rae, Cameron, Miller, Blakey, Studger, and the whole of the Championship winning squad regardless of their obvious weaknesses now. (except those listed above)
What about this players that showed promise but never got a game.. Top of my list; Isaac Okoronkwo. That guy had a style on the ball that at times made Lescott look a hoofer. Certainly put Butler to shame! I guess Jones thought he was a liability.

See I wouldn't have included Van Damme in the worst. He had loads of potential but just didn't work out for reasons that were out of his and our control. I can see why someone from overseas might find the delights of Wolverhampton just a bit too much to cope with! :D

KiwiWolf
06-02-2012, 18:00
Ian Feuer was an American keeper and Richard Flash, although I've never heard of him, played 11 times in his whole career, and his claim to fame was he used to room with Beckham.


Cheers mate, guess you're not clued up on the "dildo affair" then? :D

stuj4z
06-02-2012, 18:15
The dildo affair was a home made porn film showing postma taking it in the rear from a woman wearing a strap on

paddy
06-02-2012, 18:32
best - bull, tommo, dennison, streete, kendall, mutch

KiwiWolf
06-02-2012, 18:43
The dildo affair was a home made porn film showing postma taking it in the rear from a woman wearing a strap on


Aaah, I can see why that would be a bit of a sticky subject. :D

stuj4z
06-02-2012, 18:53
Aaah, I can see why that would be a bit of a sticky subject. :D

Literally. You can probably still find it online somewhere. It's quite disturbing

KiwiWolf
06-02-2012, 18:55
Literally. You can probably still find it online somewhere. It's quite disturbing


You know, for some reason, I don't need to search it out and watch it to know it's disturbing! You've convinced me, honest. :D

ladywolf
06-02-2012, 19:04
Denes Rosa! What a wasted talent.

Lupo
06-02-2012, 19:09
I take it that Mugwump has gone to bed then ?!!?

cooper_J
06-02-2012, 19:28
We signed Richard Flash from United IIRC and he ended up at Watford.

No idea who that Gareth Williams is.

AW
06-02-2012, 19:32
Should never have let Frankowski go.

Purple Ronnie
06-02-2012, 20:34
We sold Dave Edwards in the same season we bought him

Dewsburywolf
06-02-2012, 21:23
Only new name to me is Richard Flash. No memory of him whatsoever!

You've no recollection of a Dick Flash? Oh well takes all sorts :D

richiej95
06-02-2012, 21:35
Best:

Fletcher
Kightly
Ebanks-Blake (simply for firing us to the prem with his goals in the promotion season)
Jarvis
Rae

Worst:

Frankowski
Roussel
Cort
Eastwood
Mouyokolo

(All are based on the money we paid for them as well as how well they played)

wolvesinwales
06-02-2012, 23:20
Not on that list I reckon our worst were Kevin Ashley from Blues 750k I think and hardly played , then a goalkeeper from leicester who never actually came here because of some work permit problem I think but we were still forced to pay some stupid amount.

wolvesinwales
06-02-2012, 23:33
18 years ago we spent 4.2m which is probably higher than any team in the championship this season with the exception of leicester.

OoohRobbieRobbie
06-02-2012, 23:48
Haha! Some bizarre names on there. A fair few missing though I think. Osborn, Garcia Sanjuan, Mark Williams (Loan maybe?).

Jonny De Wolf
06-02-2012, 23:58
Haha! Some bizarre names on there. A fair few missing though I think. Osborn, Garcia Sanjuan, Mark Williams (Loan maybe?).

Jesus Garcia Sanjuan "the bulldozer" scored in a game at Fulham and a chap turned and shouted "Hallelujah, Hallelujah"
:D

OoohRobbieRobbie
07-02-2012, 02:06
Brilliant! I very vaguely remember a chant we had about the other Spaniard, Gomez....to the ABBA tune Fernando.... " For you for me, for Mark McGhee, Fernando " ... I'm sure some of those with a better memory will put me right on this, or am I just going mad? He's a cult hero at Valencia that bloke! I remember Sanjuan's goal against Fulham also!

bridgnorthwolf
07-02-2012, 09:06
Robert Taylor is undoubtedly the worst signing on the list.

Greg Halford was gash apart from looking like a world-beater in pre-season.

Stephen Elliot was useless.

Freddy Eastwood was a waste of money.

Cedric Roussell was hardly value for money.

Robert Niestroj did nothing that I can remember.

Steve Claridge was $$$$.

Steve Sedgley < Our trade-in Mark Venus. $$$$ deal.

On the more positive side of things:

Keith Curle was money well spent

Ludo Pollet was a bargain

As was Dean Sturridge

Alex Rae and Colin Cameron were quality

Ince and Irwin were shrewd signings to help finally get us up

Jody Craddock, Wolves legend and loyal servant

Stephen Ward, cost peanuts, brilliant contribution

Michael Kightly, best value for money signing in modern football, surely the best player for since Steve Bull

Matt Jarvis, promising young lower league winger turned England International.

Chris Iwelumo. Bargain, perfect partner for SEB that turned us into a side that won the Championship at a canter.

Marcus Hahnemann, vastly experienced goalkeeper and exceptionally strong character, signed on a free and stepped in at the right time and made a massive difference to our first season survival in the Premier League.

Stephen Hunt , one goal paid for his stay here several times over (plus an unreal performance against the old enemy a couple of weeks before)

Kevin Doyle, showed we were willing to spend the cash as long as it was on the right sort of player. Without his quality and workrate we would have stood no chance first season back in the big time.

Steven Fletcher, again transfer record broken and for good reason.

Jamie O'Hara, as showed on saturday just what true Premier League class in the midfield brings you.

FLEET WOLF
07-02-2012, 09:11
Ian Feuer was an American keeper and Richard Flash, although I've never heard of him, played 11 times in his whole career, and his claim to fame was he used to room with Beckham.

Two flash dicks together then!

bridgnorthwolf
07-02-2012, 09:18
I could still picture Richard Flash and remember him leaving us for Watford, but didn't know he's come from Man Utd

http://www.watfordlegends.com/Richard_Flash.html

I know he wasn't a signing, but does anyone remember Scott Voice?

FLEET WOLF
07-02-2012, 09:24
I could still picture Richard Flash and remember him leaving us for Watford, but didn't know he's come from Man Utd

http://www.watfordlegends.com/Richard_Flash.html

I know he wasn't a signing, but does anyone remember Scott Voice?

Scott Voice-scored a lot of goals for the youth team and reserves, but I'm sure he never played in the first team and I think he finished up playing non-league.

Tettenhall Wolf
07-02-2012, 09:58
Robert Taylor is undoubtedly the worst signing on the list.

Greg Halford was gash apart from looking like a world-beater in pre-season.

Stephen Elliot was useless.

Freddy Eastwood was a waste of money.

Cedric Roussell was hardly value for money.

Robert Niestroj did nothing that I can remember.

Steve Claridge was $$$$.

Steve Sedgley < Our trade-in Mark Venus. $$$$ deal.

On the more positive side of things:

Keith Curle was money well spent

Ludo Pollet was a bargain

As was Dean Sturridge

Alex Rae and Colin Cameron were quality

Ince and Irwin were shrewd signings to help finally get us up

Jody Craddock, Wolves legend and loyal servant

Stephen Ward, cost peanuts, brilliant contribution

Michael Kightly, best value for money signing in modern football, surely the best player for since Steve Bull

Matt Jarvis, promising young lower league winger turned England International.

Chris Iwelumo. Bargain, perfect partner for SEB that turned us into a side that won the Championship at a canter.

Marcus Hahnemann, vastly experienced goalkeeper and exceptionally strong character, signed on a free and stepped in at the right time and made a massive difference to our first season survival in the Premier League.

Stephen Hunt , one goal paid for his stay here several times over (plus an unreal performance against the old enemy a couple of weeks before)

Kevin Doyle, showed we were willing to spend the cash as long as it was on the right sort of player. Without his quality and workrate we would have stood no chance first season back in the big time.

Steven Fletcher, again transfer record broken and for good reason.

Jamie O'Hara, as showed on saturday just what true Premier League class in the midfield brings you.

Got to agree with all that Bridgnorth Wolf. From a born and bread Bridgnorthian living in Tettenhall :proud:

Edgmond Wolf
07-02-2012, 10:45
Robert Taylor is undoubtedly the worst signing on the list.

Greg Halford was gash apart from looking like a world-beater in pre-season.

Stephen Elliot was useless.

Freddy Eastwood was a waste of money.

Cedric Roussell was hardly value for money.

Robert Niestroj did nothing that I can remember.

Steve Claridge was $$$$.

Steve Sedgley < Our trade-in Mark Venus. $$$$ deal.

On the more positive side of things:

Keith Curle was money well spent

Ludo Pollet was a bargain

As was Dean Sturridge

Alex Rae and Colin Cameron were quality

Ince and Irwin were shrewd signings to help finally get us up

Jody Craddock, Wolves legend and loyal servant

Stephen Ward, cost peanuts, brilliant contribution

Michael Kightly, best value for money signing in modern football, surely the best player for since Steve Bull

Matt Jarvis, promising young lower league winger turned England International.

Chris Iwelumo. Bargain, perfect partner for SEB that turned us into a side that won the Championship at a canter.

Marcus Hahnemann, vastly experienced goalkeeper and exceptionally strong character, signed on a free and stepped in at the right time and made a massive difference to our first season survival in the Premier League.

Stephen Hunt , one goal paid for his stay here several times over (plus an unreal performance against the old enemy a couple of weeks before)

Kevin Doyle, showed we were willing to spend the cash as long as it was on the right sort of player. Without his quality and workrate we would have stood no chance first season back in the big time.

Steven Fletcher, again transfer record broken and for good reason.

Jamie O'Hara, as showed on saturday just what true Premier League class in the midfield brings you.


Good post mate

OoohRobbieRobbie
07-02-2012, 13:04
Robert Taylor is undoubtedly the worst signing on the list.

Greg Halford was gash apart from looking like a world-beater in pre-season.

Stephen Elliot was useless.

Freddy Eastwood was a waste of money.

Cedric Roussell was hardly value for money.

Robert Niestroj did nothing that I can remember.

Steve Claridge was $$$$.

Steve Sedgley < Our trade-in Mark Venus. $$$$ deal.

On the more positive side of things:

Keith Curle was money well spent

Ludo Pollet was a bargain

As was Dean Sturridge

Alex Rae and Colin Cameron were quality

Ince and Irwin were shrewd signings to help finally get us up

Jody Craddock, Wolves legend and loyal servant

Stephen Ward, cost peanuts, brilliant contribution

Michael Kightly, best value for money signing in modern football, surely the best player for since Steve Bull

Matt Jarvis, promising young lower league winger turned England International.

Chris Iwelumo. Bargain, perfect partner for SEB that turned us into a side that won the Championship at a canter.

Marcus Hahnemann, vastly experienced goalkeeper and exceptionally strong character, signed on a free and stepped in at the right time and made a massive difference to our first season survival in the Premier League.

Stephen Hunt , one goal paid for his stay here several times over (plus an unreal performance against the old enemy a couple of weeks before)

Kevin Doyle, showed we were willing to spend the cash as long as it was on the right sort of player. Without his quality and workrate we would have stood no chance first season back in the big time.

Steven Fletcher, again transfer record broken and for good reason.

Jamie O'Hara, as showed on saturday just what true Premier League class in the midfield brings you.

Smack on the money that is Bridgnorth! Couldn't agree more with every single player you've commented on. Neistroj, haha, we were promised a lightning quick tricky midfielder! Ludo and Dean Sturridge, bargains indeed. Sturridge was past his peak when he came to us but he was still great in my opinion.

OoohRobbieRobbie
07-02-2012, 13:29
I know they were loans..but how $$$$ were Robin van der laan and Jens Dowe!?

JW
07-02-2012, 13:59
Kightly is our best signing we've made IMO. In terms of scouting and how well hes progressed