U6 Tigers beat WBA!

by on Dec.04, 2015, under Under 6s Tigers 15/16, Where's the Wyrley scarf/shirt?

Our under 6 Tigers beat West Bromwich Albion’s counterparts in some friendlies tonight!! So that’s the Wolves and the baggies across the last month Well done lads!!! Pictured below the team and managers with the first supply of training shirts sponsored by FCL Global – who just happen to be the sponsors of WBA training […]

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Busy weekend for club!

by on Dec.04, 2015, under Ladies First Team, Under 15s Lions 17/18, Under 6s Tigers 15/16

Our U6 Tigers are playing WBA tonight after beating both Wolves teams a few weeks ago. Our U13s Lions are at St George’s Park on Sunday – they are there to be the team coached as part of the annual FA Coaching Conference. The Club has 2 coaches – Jeff Sutton and Keith Hardy – […]

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U6s Tigers make Wyrley proud!

by on Oct.31, 2015, under Under 6s Tigers 15/16

Message from Jeff Sutton, one of the coaches at our Boys Development Centre: – ‘Today we sent one of our under 6s teams to play some friendlies at the wolves new training complex ( straight outta Compton) myself Stewart and Desperate think we are doing things the right way but when we got an invitation […]

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U6s Tigers to play at Wolves’ Training Ground

by on Oct.28, 2015, under Under 6s Tigers 15/16

Our very new U6s Tigers boys team is to play in their first games at the Wolves training ground in Compton this weekend. Good luck Ian and boys.

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