The Athletic's Tim Spiers joins broadcaster Jacqui Oatley to bring you a weekly podcast dedicated to Wolves. Subscribe for big-name guests, expert insight and breaking news.
Bruno Had A Dream
Jacqui Oatley and The Athletic's Tim Spiers discuss the arrival of Bruno Lage as the new manager of Wolverhampton Wanderers.
We’re also joined by former Wolves midfielder David Jones who was coached by Lage at Sheffield Wednesday to give his insight into the new boss.
Jacqui Oatley and The Athletic's Tim Spiers discuss the departure of Nuno Espírito Santo as manager of Wolverhampton Wanderers.
We’re also joined by Wolves commentator Mikey Burrows and former Wolves keeper Matt Murray to discuss Nuno’s departure and what a first season without the Portuguese in four years will look like.
Here Comes The Summer
Jacqui Oatley and The Athletic's Tim Spiers look back on the 2-0 defeat to Spurs.
We discuss Connor Coady’s heroics in front of England boss Gareth Southgate and if he’ll be on the plane to the Euros.
Plus, we look ahead to the clash against Everton, discuss ticket prices now fans are finally allowed back in and which other Wolves players will join Dendoncker (and probably Coady) at Euro 2020.
And The Athletic’s Carl Anka gives us insight ahead of our final game of the season against Manchester United.
Morgan Gibbs-White Is Alright
Jacqui Oatley and The Athletic's Tim Spiers look back on the 2-1 win over Brighton which saw academy product Morgan Gibbs-White score a late winner against The Seagulls.
We discuss more impressive performances from the young cubs in the Wolves pack and what impact their performances will have on Nuno’s transfer plans for the summer.
Plus, we look ahead to the clash against Tottenham Hotspur and find out what’s gone wrong for Matt Doherty; with The Athletic’s Jack Pitt-Brooke.
All the Young Dudes
Jacqui Oatley and The Athletic's Tim Spiers look back on the 1-1 draw with West Brom and the flurry of youngsters who got their chance to impress against The Baggies.
We speak to former Ipswich Town and Leicester City striker turned forward analyst James Scowcroft who breaks down why Wolves have struggled to score this season compared to last.
And yes Raúl Jiménez being injured comes up...
Plus, we look ahead to the clash against the Albion, Brighton & Hove Albion, with The Athletic’s Brighton correspondent Andy Naylor.
On the beach?
Jacqui Oatley and The Athletic's Tim Spiers help each other through reliving the horror show of the 4-0 capitulation to Burnley.
We speak to former Wolves striker Don Goodman about that game, the next one against West Bromwich Albion and the season so far. Specifically why it really needs to end...
Plus, we look ahead to the Black Country derby against West Brom with The Athletic’s Steve Madeley.
We also shoe-horn in a reference to the musical Grease...
The “Nuno” Episode - why is it not available for the podcast app?
UPDATE (02-06-2021): Now a week since the “Nuno” episode was published and still not available to download on the Podcast app! WHY?
I have been waiting for the “Nuno” episode to download on the podcast app but it does not show up when ALL of the others do! It shows in the Episode guide of The Athletic but not via Apple’s Podcast app! Please could you explain what is going on and why the episode is currently not available! Thank you!
I look forward to listening to this every week, you both give a great analysis of the recent game and a balanced view. Keep them coming 😁
Great Wolves pod
Loved listening to this for the last year. Great analysis, context and chat from two genuine fans, and excellent guests from the club, past and present. Well worth a subscribe!