Dean Nicholas Saunders (born 21 June 1964) is a former Welsh international footballer who played as a striker in a professional career which lasted from until He is the manager of Championship club Wolverhampton Wanderers.
[The Press, York] - Wright was sent off for an elbowing incident during the Dragons' first defeat of the season last weekend – a 3-1 loss at Barrow – with Dean Saunders' men trailing 2-1 at the time. As a result, French striker Mathias Pogba could be handed his first
[Worcester News] - The Fleet visit Aggborough on Saturday (3pm) to face a Harriers side eager to improve on their performance against Dean Saunders' Blue Square Bet Premier table-toppers. But despite suffering their first away defeat of the season, Burr's boys remain in
[NW Evening Mail] - Dean Saunders' side drew their opening game of the season but have since won six on the trot, scoring 16 and conceding just three. Their 100 per cent record on the road reads played three, won three. The Welsh outfit are expected to bring hundreds of
[NW Evening Mail] - Central midfielder Robin Hulbert (knee) and defender Mike Pearson (head) are also doubtful ahead of the visit of Dean Saunders' unbeaten table-toppers. It is understood there are also further injuries and niggles within the squad.
[talkSPORT.co.uk (blog)] - Dean Saunders has been rewarded with the 'manager of the month' honour and it's 4/5 with Blue Square that the Red Dragons can make it six wins on the bounce with a home success over Kidderminster Harriers. Gateshead are in second place by a goal
[Journal Live] - Only goal difference keeps them behind Dean Saunders' Wrexham but there is now an eight-point cushion between Gateshead and the final play-off slot. Bogie said: “The lads have been magnificent. “They know if they play the way they did in the first half
[betting.betfair.com] - I went to Holker Street on Saturday to watch Dean Saunders' Dragons but the curse of the manager of the month award struck again. Wrexham were cruising with a 1-0 half time lead and bagged a second on the hour only for the linesman to call an
[Ripley Today] - Alfreton did enough to suggest that they will pick up points in due course having at times put the title contenders under pressure, prompting Wrexham manager and former Derby County striker Dean Saunders to reiterate those points to Nicky Law after the
[Advertiser Series] - Accrington boss John Coleman, Dean Saunders, now in charge of Wrexham, and Carlisle's Greg Abbott are other names in the frame. But Parkinson is the hot tip to get the nod when the board make their decision. They hope to be in a position to do that