The second and final photo shoot was held at Compton training ground yesterday and was supported by several of the first team squad.
A dozen more shirts were photographed for the book and several medals plus some surprise shots which have turned out very well indeed.
You will be hearing more about those in the coming weeks and look out for the Wolves twitter feed for an excellent competition with a unique prize !
The first photo shoot took place on the 8th January 2016 in the stunning Wolves museum.The club had granted us permission to remove some of the older shirts from their display cases to be photographed on the mannequin.
I would like to take this opportunity to publicly thank Wolverhampton Wanderers FC for all their help and cooperation with this project,without which it quite simply could not have been done.
Chief photographer Ed Bagnall did a fantastic job shooting over 100 shirts on the day with his legendary dad Dave assisting and taking the publicity shots.
There were too many people present and all playing their part to mention individually,a real team effort making it a very successful day !
Co author David Instone was present throughout the shoot and posted this excellent report on the Wolves Heroes website. http://www.wolvesheroes.com/2016/01/09/truly-iconic/