It’s on the Wolves

Wolves FC legend Steve ‘Bully’ Bull stopped by The Clarendon ahead of the FA Cup semi-final clash against Man U!

It goes without saying that Steve Bull MBE is a football legend in the West Midlands. He scored over 300 goals during his 13-year spell at Wolves FC, went on to play for England and even has a stand at The Molineux named after him!

On Saturday, The Wolverhampton Wanderers faced their toughest match in more than two decades against Man United. To celebrate the biggest game in the club’s history, Bully and fellow teammate Andy Thompson stopped by The Clarendon (a haven for Wolves fans!) and bought a round of drinks for fans!

He went on to post videos and photos with loyal fans to his 18,000 followers before being interviewed, pitch-side, live on BBC One. Later on that afternoon, fans celebrated a solid victory (2-1) and partied into the night.

Sarah, General Manager at The Clarendon, said: “It just goes to show that a bit of networking with your local club can achieve great things. When Bully arrived the fans went absolutely wild and the coverage on social media has been fantastic!”


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