Join Mikey Burrows and Chris Iwelumo every week as they induct famous faces (or voices) to the Old Gold Club on Wolves' official podcast.
Marcus Hahnemann | Tottenham 0-1 Wolverhampton | December 12th 2009
Marcus Hahnemann is next in line to give us his favourite game for Wolves...
Matt Murray | Wolves 1-0 West Brom | March 11th 2007
Former Wolves number one, Matt Murray, is the latest player to talk through his fondest Wolves memory.
Alex Rae | Reading 0-1 Wolves | 14th May 2003
Alex Rae talks Mikey through his Golden Game for the club, as his goal helped banish Wolves play-off demons on the way to the Premier League...
Tim Spiers | Derby County 2-3 Wolves| 13th April 2009
The Athletic's Tim Spiers joins Mikey Burrows to chat about his favourite game he watched from the stands.
Chris Iwelumo | Preston North End 1-3 Wolves | 20th September 2008
A hat-trick, followed by a red card... Chris Iwelumo talks his best performance in gold and black!
Conor Coady | Wolves 2-1 Manchester United | 16th March 2019
Captain Conor Coady talks through his Golden Game with Mikey Burrows moments after signing his new contract with Wolves.
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Love listening to these! Keep up the great work! 👏👏👍
Taking me back
These podcasts are fabulous. Hearing the behind the scenes stories and thoughts of our old players. Keep them coming!
My best Wolves moments are beating Blues 3-2 with a last minute Bully goal and Alex Rae at Reading.
Alex in Penkridge
Absolutely brilliant from the boys!
Love this poddy so much, with the demise of the E&S Wolves podcast, this has become my favourite listen. Buzzer & Lumes are really funny together and it’s such a pleasure to listen these guests from different eras talking about their time at Wolves, and Mikey does a brilliant job asking the interesting and pertinent questions, with a nice balance between serious & lighthearted. They are truly the Laurel & Hardy of Wolves podcasts, please, please, please keep em coming.
PS - I would love to see some guests from our decline in the 80’s, which was when I first started going regularly. Maybe one of the Chapman boys? How about tracing one of the Bhatti’s? That’s a story I’d love to hear! And of course, Jez!