FC STAFFORD fell to a second consecutive 3-2 defeat on their travels on Saturday despite a late fight back.
On the back of the sad passing of integral club member Edward Finney earlier in the week, Jake Robinson made some changes.
First starts for the season were given to Simon Dawson and Thomas Duffy and recalls were made for Kirk Lowe and Dave Wilcock.
Stafford started off on the front foot in the first half with Ryan Brown terrorising the opposite right back and on 18 minutes he broke free and rounded the goalkeeper but was unable to find the target.
The pressure at this point was being piled on by Stafford as Ben Bloor and Matt Rhodes broke the play centrally returning the ball to the front three.
In the next ten minutes Duffy hit the crossbar from a corner and Matt Deane headed narrowly over until Martyn Wheelers strike was flicked home from six yards by Duffy to give FC Stafford the lead.
It wasn't to last though when Wolves broke in the 41st minute and after smart move the ball was slid past Steve McCabe who slotted home.
Instantly after the break, Wolves took the lead when Stafford were caught napping on a freekick and a free header was powered home.
Stafford then proceeded to regain control of the play though struggled to calve out chances and after 62 minutes Wolves extended their lead when the centre forward broke free of Lowe and coolly finished.
The visitors continued to chase the game but failed to convert the chances that fell their way and if it wasn't for an excellent save from McCabe they would of been dead and buried.
FC pulled one back with minutes remaining when Rhodes’s through ball found Bloor who unselfishly squared for Duffy to slide home his second of the game.
Stafford host top of the table Team Dudley who have won all their four matches so far this season, they play at Rowley Park on Saturday, 3.00 kick off.