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Waggy’s Tales: An Autobiography of Dave Wagstaffe by Dave Wagstaffe
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Overview: Written by Waggy himself, Dave Wagstaffe: An Autobiography tells the story of his professional playing career at Wolverhampton Wanderers. Dave’s story began at his local club Manchester City. His move to Molinuex, following four and a half years at Maine Road, was finalised on Boxing Day 1964.
And it is from there that his story truly begins. Waggy went on to become a Wolves legend, making over 400 senior appearances. He was a key figure in the squad, and ever present in the number-11 shirt when promotion was gained in 1967. He played in two major finals for Wolves, receiving a runners’-up medal in the UEFA Cup Final defeat by Tottenham Hotspur in 1972 and then defeating his old team at Wembley in the League Cup of 1974.
Genre: Biographical

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He eventually left Molineux for Blackburn Rovers in 1976, but he will always be regarded as one of the finest wingers to play for Wolves and fondly remembered for the class and skill he displayed during the 1960s and 70s.
Dave Wagstaffe’s autobiography is told with humour and wit and gives the reader a fascinating glimpse into his unique story. This book will be a must-read for all Wolves fans.Molineux, following four and half years at Maine Road, was finalised on Boxing Day 1964. It was from there that his story truly begins. Waggy went on to become a Wolves legend, making over 400 senior appearances. He was a key figure in the squad, and ever-present in the Number 11 shirt when promotion was gained in 1967. He played in two major Finals for Wolves, receiving a runners-up medal in the UEFA Cup Final defeat by Tottenham Hotspur in 1972 and then defeating his old team at Wembley in the League Cup of 1974.
He eventually left Molineux for Blackburn Rovers in 1976, but he will always be regarded as one of the finest wingers to play for Wolves and be fondly remembered for the class and skill he displayed during the 1960s and 1970s.
Dave Wagstaffe’s autobiography is told with humour and wit and gives the reader a fascinating glimpse into his unique story. This book is a must-read for all Wolves fans.

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