3 December ~ "Sometimes you have to admire a writer's dogged determination to incorporate a news item into their match report. Well done to the Mirror's Mike Walters for commemorating the fact the Wolves club shop now sells undies (possibly 'naughty' ones)."

On the day Wolves launched their own range of lingerie, the camisole proved mightier than Sunderland's Lee Cattermole.

After a rollicking second half, decorated by defending worthy of a bedroom farce, most of the tributes were as applicable to the football as the bras, suspenders and stockings in the Molineux club shop – good fun, very uplifting, Wolves for the Cup.

One man's Ann Summers is another man's Ann Widdecombe, but both teams deserve credit for serving up spasms of sexy football with an unexpected twist.

Sent in by Ian Blackwell. Taken from the WSC Weekly Howl

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