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Thread: RIP Paul Bradshaw

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    RIP Paul Bradshaw

    Paul was one of Wolves great goalkeepers, the last one to lift a major trophy with Wolves.

    Although he wasn't the first Wolves keeper I ever saw, Phil Parkes then Gary Pierce were before him he was arguably the finest I saw play for us.

    He passed away aged only 67.

  2. #2
    Hey, Paul Bradshaw.
    My first keeper I saw at Molineux, 1978.
    League Cup winner 1980 thanks to a brilliant performance against the current European Champions.

    Saw him again at a Wolves away game at Newport when Steve Bull was due his "bullseye" around 87'?

    The majority of the Wolves fans were quite cruel that evening towards Bradshaw. "Just cos you're losing" etc..

    Rest easy Paul.

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    My first game was Everton at home in Ď75, I started going regularly including a few aways about Ď78 so I remember Gary Pearce then Paul Bradshaw. Paul was part of the best Wolves team Iíve known until the Nuno era through until now. Iíve got great memories of that era, semi final defeats in the FA cup against Arsenal and Spurs, and then that League Cup win in 1980. Not forgetting hammering l Liverpool 4-1 at home in the league and finishing 6th in the old first division. He was a key part of that success, a great keeperÖ RIP big man.

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