Football: Cup boos for Wolves
Wednesday 25 August 1999
Wolves led 1-0 from the first leg at Adams Park, but suffered a humiliating defeat in front of a 13,723 crowd, who booed Colin Lee's men off at the end. The splendidly-named Jermaine McSporran was the Buckinghamshire side's hero with two goals, after a Kevin Muscat own goal had given them the lead. Keith Ryan headed their fourth goal, while the 17-year-old Colin Larkin and Neil Emblen were on target for Wolves but could not prevent a 4-3 aggregate defeat.
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