From the publisher:
Mark Gold thought he had got writing about Wolves out of his system when he wrote Under A Wanderers Star - Forty Pain-filled Years of following the Wolves (Offwell Press, 2003). But no. Mark, who first saw Wolves on TV as a seven-year-old in 1960 when they won the FA Cup - their last trophy - has returned to the club to pen a history. But this is history with a difference. Mark chronicles the club's many triumphs, their players, managers and fans but he also muses on what sort of terrace chant Edward Elgar, one of their most famous supporters, might have composed for them today.