Bill Slater OBE, who died last month, aged 91, was honoured at Wolves recent third round tie against Liverpool
During his sporting career, Bill won three league titles and one FA Cup with #WolverhamptonWanderers
and earned 12 England caps and even a brief appearance in the 1952 Helsinki Olympics as well as playing second XI cricket for Warwickshire.
As a PE lecturer at Birmingham University, Slater became a part-time professional in 1954. His signing-on fee? £10. His wages? A princely £14 a week!
After retiring from football he later became BBC Director of Sport, the President of the British Amateur Gymnastics Association and a deputy director of the Crystal Palace National Sports Centre.
What a sportsman!