Date: 13th June 2018 at 7:00am
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The long-awaited statue tribute to Sir Jack Hayward will be unveiled at the Molineux tomorrow (Thursday, June 14) between 11am and 11.30am.

Friends and family will be in attendance at the Stadium and they will be joined by former Wolves players, and others, to pay tribute to the man in recognition of his role in taking us from the verge of insolvency into the Premier League.

The statue, as agreed between the Hayward family, the club and the City of Wolverhampton Council, will be placed between the Steve Bull Stand and the South Bank that carries his name.

Club chaplain David Wright will address the crowd at 11am before short speeches from managing director Laurie Dalrymple and Sir Jack’s son Jonathan Hayward will be given.

Fans are more than encouraged to attend the ceremony and viewing areas will be marked on the day for ease. Fans will also get the opportunity to view the statue up close and take photos should they wish.

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Wolves fans are of course delighted with the news.

Fair to say there were name checks for others who played their part in our history as well.