Sammy Chapman, former Wolverhampton Wanderers boss passes away at age 81

Sammy Chapman has been reported dead at the age of 81 – The former Norther Ireland star was appointed Wolves boss after replacing Tommy Docherty and Bill McGarry – Champman’s sons however broke the news on social media earlier on Friday Former Wolverhampton Wanderers coach Sammy Chapman has been confirmed dead at the age of 81. The former defender managed the Wanderers for just one season – 1985-86, and was regarded as the fans favourite during his short spell at the club. SunSport reports that the family of the late coach made the news available in the early hours of Friday, saying he was in “good spirits” in his final moments. Both his sons, Campbell and Cavan, who played for the Molineux Stadium outfit shared the news as friends and well-wishers showered tributes on the legend. Read more:



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