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Bully - Steve Bull

Bully is Wolves all time top scorer with 306 goals from 561 appearances

The pictures show Bully at Molineux, a poster, a shot from the 90s and his England scoring debut shirt v Scotland

Stephen George Bull M.B.E. - Bully to thousands of Wolves fans - the ex-Baggie who reignited the Wolves and brought them promotion from the depths of the fourth division.  Record scorer (306 goals) scoring 100 goals in two seasons, capped by England while in the third division and only the third England player to score on his debut (a win against Scotland). The greatest shame of all was that Bully had retired with knee problems before we reached the premiership.  But, such is his affinity with the club, that he had hired a box to watch the Divisional  playoff final at Cardiff with his friends when we were promoted into the Premiership.  Steve will always be respected by Wolves fans for his loyalty to the Club. The Club recognised Steve’s contribution to Wolves by renaming the John Ireland stand after Steve during the Premiership season 2003-4.

Radio Shropshire interviewed Bully and Graham Turner in November 2011 - to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Bully’s signing - listen by clicking on play



Click on the link below for Bully talking about his England debut and other times in his career…

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Bull scores on debut v Scotland


Bully’s top 20 goals


Bully is 50 - with some of his goals


New Year’s Day  Newcastle 1 Bully 4

Since retiring in 1999 Bully has been made a Vice-President of Wolves, had the John Ireland (East) stand named after him and has devoted his time to fundraising for special causes, including Promise Dreams., Through the Steve Bull Foundation

His events are on his website at http://www.stevebullevents.com/  and current events are here http://www.stevebullevents.com/events

There are many more archive videos of Bully here http://www.frequency.com/video/tales-from-archive-steve-bull/86556294/-/5-185971