Focus On; Kenny Hibbitt

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Hibbitt joined Wolverhampton Wanderers debuting as a substitute in a 1–0 defeat to rivals West Bromwich Albion on 12 April 1969. He did not feature again though until 12 September 1970, when he scored his first of many goals in a 2–2 draw at Chelsea. During his time at Molineux Hibbitt won the League Cup in 1974 and 1980 scoring in the 1974 final. He played in the 1972 UEFA Cup final where the club lost narrowly to countrymen Tottenham Hotspur. He also helped the club win two promotions back to the top flight.

He finally left Wolves in 1984 on a free transfer. In total, he played 544 games for Wolves, scoring 114 goals; the second most appearances a player has made in Wolves history. In 2011 he was inducted to the Wolverhampton Wanderers ‘Hall of Fame’.


  • Full Name: Kenny Hibbitt
  • Position: Midfield
  • Date of Birth: 03.01.1951
  • Birthplace: Bradford
  • Nation: England
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  • Major League Career
    • 1968-84, Wolverhampton Wanderers (466/89)
    • 1984-86, Coventry City (47/4)
  • NASL
    • 1982, Seattle Sounders (14/4)
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