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I’m 33, a season ticket holder in the North Bank and the creator of Wolves Blog.
The site was founded in the summer of 2009 in the wake of our sparkling, title-winning promotion to the Premier League under Mick McCarthy.
After scouring the net for hours trying to find a decent blog about the Wolves, I eventually gave up and decided to create one myself.
I only planned to do it for one season, but have so far outlasted six managers, one owner and an eclectic mix of some of the best and worst players ever to pull on the old gold.
The objective is simply to put out an entertaining read, whether it’s a match preview, a match write up or just a general opinion piece.
It’s funny to think that I met Ben through starting this blog, as we’ve since become great friends and our lives are interwoven in so many other ways.
He was actually starting his own Wolves blog at the time I launched this site and was quickly identified as my chief transfer target; a deal I was able to wrap-up for nothing more than a pint in the Clarendon and a packet of ready salted.
It was the bargain of the century, as I not only acquired the services of a talented writer, but also gained a great friend in the process.
His lyrical prose and no-nonsense opinions make for dynamite blogging and the site wouldn’t have achieved anywhere near the success it has without his many contributions.
When I put out the request for another pair of hands to help with match write-ups last year, incredibly it was another Ben who came to the rescue.
To avoid confusion, he generously agreed to be referred to by his surname and has since been an invaluable member of the Wolves Blog team.
I enjoy his views because they quite often remind me of my own.
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