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Steve Bull M.B.E.
I am receiving lots and lots of messages from people asking for me to donate raffle prizes for fundraising events. You know me I hate to say no to anyone, but unfortunately I’m having to, I don’t have a stock of items to donate to you all. This is one of the reasons why I wanted my own charity so I could help lots of great causes in the Black Country and the West Midlands by raising funds at as many events as I can with the help of a few people. I’m proud to say we have helped over 40 fantastic charities so far, donating hundreds of thousands of pounds. The Steve Bull Foundation are constantly sourcing raffle prizes for our events, I know how hard it is to get items donated. Can I also give a shout out to my friends and colleagues – I know I pester you none stop for donations and want to say a massive thank you for all your amazing support.
Our next event
Sunday 18th June
An exclusive Fathers Day luncheon with Wolves legend Steve Bull MBE & special guest Suzi Perry.
Suzi Perry interviews Steve about his footballing career and beyond
Audience Q&A with Steve
Gift for each person
Mounted photograph taken with yourself & Steve (one per 2 guests)
Tickets are £55.00 each plus VAT
To reserve your places please email:
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07980 734751
Latest from the Bully Blog…
Read my latest column in The Express & Star...
For the second year running Wolves will be heading into the season with a head coach who will find the Championship an entirely new experience. This time, however, there is a potentially crucial difference. Whereas Walter Zenga barely had time to get his feet under the table before he was heading up to Rotherham for the first game of the season, Nuno Espirito Santo has more than two months in which to get settled before the serious action gets under way. This is a crucial period for the new boss, a chance to get acquainted with his new surroundings and when he is going to learn a great deal about his new players.
It probably goes without saying this is a big, big summer for Wolves. Whatever you think about the changes since the end of the season, there can be no question the owners are serious about getting the club back into the Premier League. They have already shown they are not afraid to act when they aren’t happy and Nuno will be under pressure to get results from the start.
The last thing we all want is a start like last season. Looking back, the campaign never really recovered from the inconsistency of the early weeks and the managerial change which saw Zenga replaced by Paul Lambert. If nothing else I am hoping this season will deliver a little more stability.