Could this be Wolves’ new home shirt for next season?

30 04 2010

BURRDA have today announced that they have a new website on the way.The current splashpage on http://www.burrda.com/ is one of a player running in a BURRDA kit.

Based on that design, someone has managed to put together what Wolves’ new shirt could look like based on that design. What would you think if this ended up being Wolves’ kit? Leave your comments below.

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Wolves confirm £3m Burrda deal

30 04 2010

The deal is believed to be worth £3m over three years.

I brought you the news on Tuesday that Burrda would be Wolves’ new kit manufacturer and that has been confirmed today.   

The new kit will be worn for the first time against Sunderland and a new away strip will be revealed at Tuesday’s awards dinner at the Telford International Centre.

The kit goes on sale on June 18th and you can pre-order the shirt in store and online after the Sunderland game. 

Shirts will be priced as follows:

Adults – £40  Kids – £30  

Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey said: “BURRDA have a strong international track record across a number of different sports, with plans to further extend their brand into the UK.  

“We’ve listened to fans’ ideas on designs throughout the year and, together with BURRDA, we’ve come up with simple, retro style designs, using state-of-the-art technical material. The type and size of this deal reflects the global reach of the Premier League.  

“BURRDA are a very good fit for our football club, who can also hopefully extend our contacts across Europe and the Middle East.”  

BURRDA’s general manager, Charles Diab said: “We’ve always planned to enter the UK football market and when the chance came with a club steeped in history as Wolves is, we knew the fit was right.” 

What do you think about this new deal? Leave your comments below.





Geoffrey Mujangi Bia starts at Portsmouth tomorrow

30 04 2010

Mujangi Bia is on loan from Belgian club Charleroi.

 

Mick McCarthy has confirmed that winger Geoffrey Mujangi Bia will start at Portsmouth tomorrow. 

The Belgian has made one start for Wolves since signing on loan in January but has been given a chance to impress and potentially earn a permanent contract with Wolves. 

Wolves will be without Stephen Ward, Matt Jarvis and Wayne Hennessey (back injury). 

*Stephen Ward has now had the operation on his knee according to his Facebook page.





Wolves vs. Portsmouth – September 2009: Highlights

30 04 2010

In the final part of this week’s build up to the Portsmouth game tomorrow, here are the highlights from when Wolves faced Portmsouth at Molineux earlier this season. We lost 1-0 😦





Next meeting of the Wolves Fans’ Parliament

29 04 2010

Sadly, this meeting will be the last of my tenure on the WFP.

The next meeting of the Wolves Fans’ Parliament has been scheduled to take place at the end of May.

Being on the parliament myself I represent both Students and Jack Harris Stand season ticket holders.

If anyone has a with a question they wish to be raised you can leave a comment below or email me via fielden_pumas@hotmail.co.uk.





Burrda refuse to comment on potential kit sponsorship

29 04 2010

Burrda currently supply Qatar and Kuwait with kit for their national teams.

Kit manufacturer Burrda have today refused to comment on speculation linking them with Wolves.

A reliable source informed me earlier this week that Burrda would be producing Wolves’ kit next season but Burrda have refused to comment on the link.

Natalie Brown, Marketing Officer for Pilatus Sports who own the brand Burrda said: “Unfortunately we cannot respond to speculation regarding our business.”

Two days ago on their Twitter page Burrda also said: “Exciting news coming soon!”

To me this says there is something in the pipeline because otherwise they would have denied the link. I guess for now we will have to watch this space.





Scott Malone and Danny Batth recalled by Wolves

29 04 2010

Malone has been capped five times by England U19s.

Defenders Scott Malone and Danny Batth have had thier loan spells ended with Southend United and Colchester United respectively.

Malone made 17 league appearances for the Shrimpers whilst Batth made the same number of appearances for the Essex club, scoring one goal the process.

Although Batth will probably not get near the first team in the remaining two games, Malone may have a chance due to the injuries suffered by Matt Jarvis and Stephen Ward (who has been ruled out for the rest of the season).

With Wolves’ Premier League status secured, Malone may have a chance to impress at left back or on the wing.