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sorry then, it had to be friendly match :P im not really into Major Soccer League :P —Preceding unsigned comment added by Militaryboy (talkcontribs) 13:04, 17 February 2008 (UTC)

Daniel Jones (footballer)[edit]

Please do not remove "fact" tags from articles unless a fully verifiable third party source is provided to verify the content. Please see WP:VER, WP:RS and WP:CITE. Thank you. ♦Tangerines♦·Talk 18:17, 16 March 2008 (UTC)

Highest attendance for Black Country derby[edit]

Good work on tidying up the article. I've been meaning to do some work on this for a while. The highest crowd for a Black Country derby at The Hawthorns was 60,945 on March 4, 1950, (1–1). So did you mean that 56,661 is the highest for a Black Country derby at Molineux? It's still notable information, but needs to be re-worded slightly to be strictly accurate. --Jameboy (talk) 14:44, 11 May 2008 (UTC)

Re Clapham[edit]

according to BOTH Leicester's and Wolves' official website's it was a loan move. Skitzo (talk) 20:40, 13 May 2008 (UTC)


Hi. Sorry for overwriting your work on Richard Stearman. We were evidently working on the article at the same time, and I when I glanced at who had edited whilst I had been I only saw the IPs. My own errors when doing the edit meant I accidentally removed the Wolves players category and placed the squad template in the wrong place. However, I am a tad baffled as to why, when adding extra information to the article, you seemingly reverted my entire edit, which had done a fair amount to tidy the page. I had re-written the article so it conformed to styles accepted by WP:FOOTBALL, worked on the prose and added citation tags where required - which you have removed without adding the required verification. If you disagree with any of the stylistic changes made then obviously we can discuss it, but otherwise I'll probably edit the article back to the shape I left it in (whilst keeping the extra information you added, of course). Cheers, HornetMike (talk) 11:56, 26 June 2008 (UTC)


Hey, nice new section on the Wolverhampton Wanderers page. I became a fan last year when I was in Wolves and follow the new season from Germany. Let's hope for at least one rank better this season! --Shiver (talk) 12:12, 10 August 2008 (UTC)

Middle Names[edit]

This type of infotmation is available on the index of birth death and marriages at the Public Record Office - it is the register on which all births, deaths and marriages in England and Wales is stored. Now available on CD and online or at local libraries etc., it is therefore both in the public domain and original research in terms of living people rules. RobStreatham - sorry using EU keyboard no squiggly lines.

Bill Shorthouse[edit]

Hey, noticed you've expanded the article. Sorry I forgot to change the categories, stupid of me :-( There's one thing I should mention which you may not be aware of. The bit of hidden personal information headed <!-- Metadata: see [[Wikipedia:Persondata]] --> which you deleted is actually supposed to be there; please have a look at WP:Persondata to see what it's for. I'll put it back. cheers, Struway2 (talk) 15:39, 8 September 2008 (UTC)

Ted Pheasant[edit]

Pheasant was on my list of articles to create, so many thanks for starting it off and saving me a task. I'll see what I can do to expand it. Cheers! --Jameboy (talk) 22:35, 15 September 2008 (UTC)

Dickie Baugh, Jr[edit]

I've added a few bits and have more to add in due course. I wanted to ask you about his name though, as it could affect the article title and hence a possible page move. It needs a full discussion though - I certainly don't want to jump hastily into a page move and then have to move it again. Indeed if there's any doubt I would rather not move the page. Points for possible discussion:

  • My Matthews book has his first name as Dicky, rather than Dickie. Not a major one, but it would be worth keeping an eye out for further sources to see if there is any consensus on the spelling.
  • Does the article title need a dot after it? (e.g. like Sammy Davis, Jr.)
  • In terms of usage of Snr, Jr or both in the article titles, I'm happy to go with your source, since both players played for Wolves whereas only Baugh Jr played for Albion. My Matthews book actually calls them Baugh and Baugh Snr (as opposed to Baugh Jr and Baugh), but I'm pretty sure this is an "Albion point of view", i.e. Baugh Snr didn't play for Albion so is of less interest to the Albion fan reading it. --Jameboy (talk) 23:08, 9 October 2008 (UTC)

Joe Wilson (footballer born 1937)[edit]

Just to let you know that I have created the article Joe Wilson (footballer born 1937). It is just a stub really, but I'm sure you will be able to expand it. I recently created Joe Wilson (footballer born 1861) and decided to create the 1937 one while I was at it, in order to save having to do a page move later. Apparently there have been several other footballing Joe Wilsons as well as these two. --Jameboy (talk) 16:12, 17 October 2008 (UTC)

Dick Betteley[edit]

I should be able to add some details. One thing - I've checked four separate books (three of which are by Tony Matthews, the most recent of which is 2007) and all spell the surname Betteley (no 'r'). Can you double-check your source? My only concern about a possible page move is that your source is the most recent, raising the possibility that new information may have been uncovered. --Jameboy (talk) 21:32, 12 November 2008 (UTC)

David Black (Scottish footballer)[edit]

Re: your comment on my talk page from a couple of weeks ago - I've checked all my record books and so has Goonerak (talk · contribs) and we can't find any reference to him playing in an official match for Arsenal - so most likely he joined Arsenal but never played, so I've amended his article thus. Hope that's an acceptable compromise. Qwghlm (talk) 00:38, 14 November 2008 (UTC)

Jack Needham[edit]

Just to let you know I've created a small article on Jack Needham. As he was quite a major player for your lot in the 1910s, I'm sure you'll have stuff to add (or correct). cheers, Struway2 (talk) 12:25, 18 March 2009 (UTC)

Thanks for fixing the typo ;-) Probably more to find in Charlie Phillips (footballer), also more yours than mine. cheers, Struway2 (talk) 13:13, 19 March 2009 (UTC)

Walter Bunch[edit]

New page for Walter Bunch: is this the same bloke as this page calls Wilbert Bunch? some of the details are the same, like he played 7 games for Wolves at about the right time, but some are different, like him moving directly on to Walsall with no Bristol Rovers. And I'm not convinced by the place of birth, either. If you have a minute, could you have a look in your books and see what they say? thanks, Struway2 (talk) 12:49, 3 April 2009 (UTC)

Thanks. It may be significant that Matthews dropped Bristol Rovers between 1995 when he wrote the Blues book and 2001 when he wrote yours. Although they did have two seasons in the Birmingham & Dist Lge between 1897 and 1899, so it's not as unlikely as it might seem; he could have played the odd game at the end of the 1898/99 season, or possibly agreed to join and then they were gazumped by Walsall. Dunno... cheers, Struway2 (talk) 14:54, 3 April 2009 (UTC)
PS. I've asked the resident Bristol Rovers expert User:Gasheadsteve if he can shed any light on the matter, cheers, Struway2 (talk) 15:10, 3 April 2009 (UTC)
And he says this (copied from my talk page):
I can confirm that there was a W. Bunch that played for Eastville Rovers at this time. I don't have the dates of him joining or leaving the club, but he scored against Kidderminster Harriers in the Birmingham & District League on 23 March 1898 and played in the Gloucestershire Cup final on 26 February 1898.
I have a theory (also expounded on his talk page), as follows:
Bunch only actually appeared in Wolves' first team in 1896. They couldn't find a use for him, so allowed him to play for Eastville Rovers, while retaining his Football League registration. So when he joined Walsall in 1899, it was Wolves who held his FL registration, so as far as they're concerned, they transferred their player directly to Walsall. But Joyce is still correct that he played for Rovers between the two.
Works for me, anyway :-) cheers, Struway2 (talk) 18:05, 3 April 2009 (UTC)

List of Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. managers[edit]

Could you have a look at this oage please. Mr Hall of England (talk) 18:17, 4 April 2009 (UTC)

Kyle Bennett[edit]

As it was originally a PROD before, now that's been contested (even by an unknown IP user) it will need to go through AfD procedures. I'll have look at nominating it later, when I'm not so busy. --Jimbo[online] 15:50, 15 June 2009 (UTC)

Sounds like Batth should be included in the squad template then. It's perhaps worth adding him to Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C.#Current squad as well. Cheers, --Jimbo[online] 15:54, 15 June 2009 (UTC)

Wolves squad[edit]

I just reverted the addition of a couple of names to the squad, which were added by a school IP that had been vandalising earlier, then realised that the names actually were those of genuine Wolves academy kids (oops...) So please could you check whether diff was a correct edit or not, thanks. And sorry to be a nuisance. Struway2 (talk) 10:40, 18 June 2009 (UTC)


This official yet? there's nothing on Walsall's site or your lot's. cheers, Struway2 (talk) 13:03, 8 July 2009 (UTC)

Ta, thought it was an unlikely thing to make up, but I tend not to consider Lisa Smith a reliable source :-) cheers, Struway2 (talk) 13:55, 8 July 2009 (UTC)

Neill Collins[edit]

Just wondering if you had seen this...  : ) , Regards,  Badgernet  ₪  13:20, 15 July 2009 (UTC)

Wolves numbers[edit]

Why have you removed all the numbers from the Wolves squad? Most of the players already have numbers while the new signings are awaiting theirs. Wolves are now the only premiership side without these, so it makes the page look unprofessional. --MSR-Liverpool (talk) 19:43, 5 August 2009 (UTC)

I added the number of one player, Castillo, only because they mentioned his number in an Ecuadorian news article (this one, fourth paragragh. Hope you can read Spanish). Digirami (talk) 17:04, 1 September 2009 (UTC)

Jack/George Bowen[edit]

There's a new reply at User talk:EchetusXe. cheers, Struway2 (talk) 07:37, 8 September 2009 (UTC)

Peter Daniel[edit]

Your input at Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Football#Peter Daniel x 2 would be much appreciated! GiantSnowman 14:59, 10 September 2009 (UTC)

Steve Bull stats[edit]

I've updated Bull's WBA stats now. He scored three goals in nine games in all competitions. All his "other" games were in the Full Members Cup. Cheers. --Jameboy (talk) 21:47, 13 September 2009 (UTC)

New Wolves players[edit]

Hi there, I've just created two basic stubs on some Wolves players active in the 1950s - John Harris and Peter Russell. If you can add to them, please do! Cheers, GiantSnowman 19:38, 20 October 2009 (UTC)

Les Cocker[edit]

Hi, do you have a year of birth for Les Cocker, who made one league app in 1960-61 before moving to Arcadia in South Africa; I need to disambigaute him from Les Cocker (footballer born 1924). Cheers, GiantSnowman 02:09, 23 October 2009 (UTC)

Many thanks, I have created the article at Les Cocker (footballer born 1939). Cheers, much appreciated, GiantSnowman 12:34, 23 October 2009 (UTC)

New Wolves players (2)[edit]

Hi again, many thanks for your work on the last batch of players! Got some more for you - Cliff Durandt, Phil Kelly and John Kirkham- if you'd be so kind! Cheers, GiantSnowman 02:54, 23 October 2009 (UTC)

Martin Bayly[edit]

Hi, annoying me again! There is a discussion about this former Wolves player's youth club at Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Football#Admin needed at Martin Bayly - basically does your The Wolves Who's Who by Tony Matthews confirm that he played for a team called Little Bray, as you added to the article way back when...? GiantSnowman 23:34, 29 October 2009 (UTC)

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I have started rolling for this season

I was wandering if you could do the following seasons be this template:

I think most Wolves fans want to preserve these seasons

Mr Hall of England (talk) 19:17, 31 January 2010 (UTC)

Billy Wright[edit]

I have listed his international matches FIFA World Cup only.

I have set a template for the International Match aka Friendlys/World Cup Qualifiers

Scores and results list England's goal tally first.
Cap Date Venue Opponent Result Competition Scored
19xx-00-00 [[]], [[]]  [[ national football team|]] International Match

Scores and results list England's goal tally first.
Cap Date Venue Opponent Result Competition Scored
25 June 1950 Estádio do Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro  Chile 2–0 1950 FIFA World Cup
19 June 1950 Estádio Independência, Belo Horizonte  United States 0–1 1950 FIFA World Cup
02 July 1950 Estádio do Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro  Spain 0–1 1950 FIFA World Cup
19 June 1954 St. Jakob-Park, Basel  Belgium 4–4 1954 FIFA World Cup
20 June 1954 Wankdorf Stadium, Bern   Switzerland 2–0 1954 FIFA World Cup
26 June 1954 St. Jakob-Park, Basel  Uruguay 2–4 1954 FIFA World Cup
08 June 1958 Ullevi, Gothenburg  Soviet Union 2–2 1958 FIFA World Cup
11 June 1958 Ullevi, Gothenburg  Brazil 0–0 1958 FIFA World Cup
15 June 1958 Ryavallen, Borås  Austria 2–2 1958 FIFA World Cup
19 June 1958 Ullevi, Gothenburg  Soviet Union 0–1 1958 FIFA World Cup

Friendly matches

  • 30/09/1946 Republic of Ireland Friendly Dalymount Park, Dublin W 1 - 0
  • 27/11/1946 Holland Friendly Leeds Road, Huddersfield W 8 - 2
  • 03/05/1947 France Friendly Highbury, London W 3 - 0
  • 18/05/1947 Switzerland Tournament Friendly Hardturm, Zurich L 0 - 1
  • 25/05/1947 Portugal Tournament Friendly Nacional, Lisbon W 10 - 0
  • 21/09/1947 Belgium Friendly Stade du Centenaire (Eeuwfeest) , Heysel, Brussels W 5 - 2
  • 19/11/1947 Sweden Friendly Highbury, London W 4 - 2
  • 16/05/1948 Italy Friendly Comunale, Turin W 4 - 0
  • 26/09/1948 Denmark Friendly Idrætspark, Copenhagen D 0 - 0
  • 02/12/1948 Switzerland Friendly Highbury, London W 6 - 0
  • 13/05/1949 Sweden Tournament Friendly Rasunda, Solna, Stockholm L 1 - 3
  • 18/05/1949 Norway Friendly Ulleval, Oslo W 4 - 1
  • 22/05/1949 France Tournament Friendly Yves du Manoir, Colombes, Paris W 3 - 1
  • 21/09/1949 Republic of Ireland Friendly Goodison Park, Liverpool L 0 - 2
  • 30/11/1949 Italy Friendly White Hart Lane, London W 2 - 0
  • 14/05/1950 Portugal Tournament Friendly Nacional, Lisbon W 5 - 3
  • 18/05/1950 Belgium Tournament Friendly Stade du Centenaire, Heysel, Brussels W 4 - 1
  • 09/05/1951 Argentina Friendly Wembley Stadium, London W 2 - 1
  • 03/10/1951 France Friendly Highbury, London D 2 - 2
  • 28/11/1951 Austria Friendly Wembley Stadium, London D 2 - 2
  • 18/05/1952 Italy Tournament Friendly Comunale, Florence D 1 - 1
  • 25/05/1952 Austria Tournament Friendly Wiener, Prater, Vienna W 3 - 2
  • 28/05/1952 Switzerland Friendly Hardturm, Zurich W 3 - 0
  • 26/11/1952 Belgium Friendly Wembley Stadium, London W 5 - 0
  • 17/05/1953 Argentina Tournament Friendly Buenos Aires D 0 - 0
  • 24/05/1953 Chile Tournament Friendly Nacional, Santiago W 2 - 1
  • 31/05/1953 Uruguay Tournament Friendly Centenario, Montevideo L 1 - 2
  • 08/06/1953 USA Tournament Friendly Yankee, New York W 6 - 3
  • 21/10/1953 FIFA Friendly Wembley Stadium, London D 4 - 4
  • 25/11/1953 Hungary Friendly Wembley Stadium, London L 3 - 6
  • 16/05/1954 Yugoslavia Tournament Friendly JNA, Belgrade L 0 - 1
  • 23/05/1954 Hungary Tournament Friendly Népstadion, Budapest L 1 - 7
  • 01/12/1954 West Germany Friendly Wembley Stadium, London W 3 - 1
  • 15/05/1955 France Tournament Friendly Yves du Manoir, Colombes, Paris L 0 - 1
  • 18/05/1955 Spain Tournament Friendly Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid D 1 - 1
  • 22/05/1955 Portugal Tournament Friendly Estadio das Antas, Oporto L 1 - 3
  • 02/10/1955 Denmark Friendly Idrætspark, Copenhagen W 5 - 1
  • 30/11/1955 Spain Friendly Wembley Stadium, London W 4 - 1
  • 09/05/1956 Brazil Friendly Wembley Stadium, London W 4 - 2
  • 16/05/1956 Sweden Tournament Friendly Rasunda, Solna, Stockholm D 0 - 0
  • 20/05/1956 Finland Tournament Friendly Olympia, Helsinki W 5 - 1
  • 26/05/1956 West Germany Tournament Friendly Olympia, Berlin W 3 - 1
  • 28/11/1956 Yugoslavia Friendly Wembley Stadium, London W 3 - 0
  • 05/12/1956 Denmark World Cup Qualifiier Molineux, Wolverhampton W 5 - 2
  • 08/05/1957 Republic of Ireland World Cup Qualifiier Wembley, London W 5 - 1
  • 15/05/1957 Denmark World Cup Qualifiier Idrætspark, Copenhagen W 4 - 1
  • 19/05/1957 Republic of Ireland World Cup Qfr Dalymount Park, Dublin D 1 - 1
  • 27/11/1957 France Friendly Wembley Stadium, London W 4 - 0
  • 07/05/1958 Portugal Friendly Wembley Stadium, London W 2 - 1
  • 11/05/1958 Yugoslavia Tournament Friendly JNA Belgrade L 0 - 5
  • 18/05/1958 USSR Tournament Friendly Lenin, Moscow D 1 - 1
  • 22/10/1958 USSR Friendly Wembley Stadium, London W 5 - 0
  • 06/05/1959 Italy Friendly Wembley Stadium, London D 2 - 2
  • 13/05/1959 Brazil Friendly Municipal, Maracana, Rio de Janeiro L 0 - 2
  • 17/05/1959 Peru Tournament Friendly Nacional, Lima L 1 - 4
  • 24/05/1959 Mexico Tournament Friendly Ciudad Universitaria, Mexico City L 1 - 2
  • 28/05/1959 USA Tournament Friendly Wrigley Field, Los Angeles W 8 - 1

Mr Hall of England (talk) 21:34, 3 February 2010 (UTC)

1954 FA Cup[edit]

Hello. Blues scorers were Peter Murphy (footballer born 1922) and Ken Rowley (against his former club). Page 189 if you need it. cheers, Struway2 (talk) 16:57, 9 February 2010 (UTC)

Incidentally, in the post above, the 1954 World Cup venue in Basel was the St. Jakob Stadium, not the St. Jakob-Park, which is its recent replacement. The same mistake was in the Gil Merrick article. cheers, Struway2 (talk) 17:02, 9 February 2010 (UTC)

Wolves Seasons[edit]

I like what you have done with 1953/54. Mr Hall of England (talk) 17:20, 21 February 2010 (UTC)

Wolves Season Templates[edit]


Pos. Nationality Player Football League FA Cup Total Goal
1  England Nigel Sims, Nigel Sims 8 1 9 0
2  England Jack Short, Jack Short 26 1 27 0
3  England Roy Pritchard, Roy Pritchard 27 1 28 0
4  England Bill Slater, Bill Slater 39 1 40 2
5  England Bill Shorthouse, Bill Shorthouse 40 1 41 0
6  England Billy Wright, Billy Wright (Captain) 39 1 40 0
7  England Johnny Hancocks, Johnny Hancocks 42 1 43 24
8  England Ronnie Stockin, Ronnie Stockin 6 0 6 0
9  England Roy Swinbourne, Roy Swinbourne 40 1 41 24
10  England Dennis Wilshaw, Dennis Wilshaw 39 1 40 26
11  England Jimmy Mullen, Jimmy Mullen 38 1 39 7
12  England Peter Broadbent, Peter Broadbent 36 1 37 12
13  England Bert Williams, Bert Williams 34 0 34 0
14  England Len Gibbons, Len Gibbons 1 0 1 0
15  England Norman Deeley, Norman Deeley 6 0 6 0
16  England Ray Chatham, Ray Chatham 1 0 1 0
17  Scotland Bill Baxter, Bill Baxter 5 0 5 0
18  England Ron Flowers, Ron Flowers 15 0 15 0
19  England Les Smith, Les Smith 4 0 4 1
20  England Bill Gutteridge, Bill Gutteridge 2 0 2 0
21  South Africa Eddie Stuart, Eddie Stuart 12 0 12 0
22  England Eddie Clamp, Eddie Clamp 2 0 2 0

Top scorer[edit]

P. Nationality Player Position Football League FA Cup Total
1  England Dennis Wilshaw Forward 25 1 26
2  England Johnny Hancocks Forward 24 0 24
3  England Roy Swinbourne Forward 24 0 24
4  England Peter Broadbent Midfielder 12 0 12
5  England Jimmy Mullen Midfielder 7 0 7

Most appearances[edit]

P. Nationality Player Position Football League FA Cup Total
1  England Johnny Hancocks Forward 42 1 43
2  England Bill Shorthouse Defender 40 1 41
3  England Roy Swinbourne Forward 40 1 41
4  England Bill Slater Defender 39 1 40
5  England Dennis Wilshaw Forward 39 1 40

On ALL the Wolves season this is how the players template should be like. Mr Hall of England (talk) 17:28, 21 February 2010 (UTC)


As you are a Wolves fan and I am a Aston Villa fan could we call a truce because I want you to show me how you did the matches of the Wolves 1953–54 because I want to do them on the following parts on theses articles:

I hope this won't waste your time. Mr Hall of England (talk) 17:07, 7 March 2010 (UTC)

Harry Aston[edit]

It's only taken me 11 months to get back to you... I did add a few bits to the article. So we have Harry Aston (Harold Mason Aston), but there was also another Albion player called Harry Aston (Henry John Aston). I'm wondering whether to distinguish by year of birth (1855 & 1881) or their full names. Normally the convention seems to be year of birth but as they have distinctly different full names I'm thinking that might be better. As you created the Harold Mason Aston article I thought I'd get your input before creating the second article or doing any page moves. Cheers. --Jameboy (talk) 00:43, 15 March 2010 (UTC)

1958–59 Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. season and European Cup results[edit]

Hi Wolvesweb. I noticed you changed the European Cup results in the infobox of 1958–59 Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. season from first to second round back in April. The page it links to, 1958–59 European Cup#Second round, indicates Wolverhampton only made it to the first round however (and the article doesn't have a Second Round section, so the section link doesn't work properly). I was thinking of changing it back to First Round, but figured I'd ping you, as you would know far more than I about it. Could you take a look at it for me if you get a chance? Thanks. Winston365 (talk) 02:05, 17 May 2010 (UTC)

The Preliminary round of the 1958–59 European Cup was infact known as the first round. Many clubs got byes which makes it look like it was a preliminary round only. I have researched this from newspapers of the time and had begun working on the 1958–59 European Cup article in a txt file (with this change of name plus formatting the games to match current Champions League wiki formatting), to be adding to the wiki when I was through (I'm currently at the Qtr Final stage). So obviously therefore what is currently listed as "First round" on the wiki was really the second round. Hence my alterations to the Wolves season page. Wolvesweb (talk) 10:54, 17 May 2010 (UTC)

Ahh, that makes sense. I'll leave you to it then. Thanks for the explanation. Cheers. Winston365 (talk) 14:57, 17 May 2010 (UTC)

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1921 FA Cup finalists[edit]

Hi there. I know this is a longshot, but I was wondering if you had anything to add to Val Gregory and George Edmonds, both of whom are ex-Watford and both of whom played for Wolves in the 1921 FA Cup Final. Regards, —WFC— 14:22, 25 January 2011 (UTC)

Links to seasons; Under-21s; Deceased symbol[edit]

Hi Wolvesweb,

You seem to be the go-to person for the tables of information and other finer points about Wolverhampton Wanderers on en.Wikipedia. I expect it keeps you pretty busy, but I have a couple of suggestions you might consider taking on if you have time:

On the Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. article, perhaps you could add (a table of) links to the various Wolves “season” articles.

Also on the Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. article, in the Players section there is a note saying the additional under-21 players are marked in italics – but they aren’t.

And a cross-cultural issue: On the 2011–12 Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. season article (possibly in a template), a crucifix-style cross is used to identify permanent players who left club during the season. In many countries (including, for example, Austria), that symbol after a person’s name means “deceased” – which looks a bit harsh on Stefan Maierhofer.

I hope these are helpful.

Cheers, and Happy New Year.

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