It's season 1959-60 and Wolves, great side though we still were, had started the season slightly bumpily. One of the early-season mid-week floodlit games was away to newly promoted Fulham, where, champions or not, we got turned over 3-1. This was a real shock, and the London press, who hated us, were trumpeting the end of Stan Cullis's Wolves. On the following Staurday we played the other promoted side, Blackburn, at Molineux and got a routine 3-1 win (Derek Douigan was playing for them, as I recall). Come the following Wednesday night, and we play the return against Fulham, which was the normal pattern then: you played 3 teams home and away midweek in August and early September. Lovely evening, 40-odd thousand turn up, attracted partly by the prospect of seeing Johnny Haynes, the Fulham and England star of the moment. We came out with one thing on our minds: revenge. And for the next 90 minutes, we just ripped Fulham apart. It was almost cruel, but the crowd lapped it up. 3-0 at half-time, and 6 more in the second half: 9-0. If jimmy Murray hadn't missed the easiest chance of the night at the death, it would have been double figures. Norman Deeley had a field day, scoring 4. At the end, the Fulham captain, Jimmy Langley, brought the Fulham players together and lined them up at the tunnel and made them clap the Wolves players off the pitch -- the only time in watching football for over 50 years I've seen that happen spontaneously. It's the only time I've seen Wolves score 9 -- in fact they've only ever done it twice in their history, I think.