For those that don’t know, WIKI = What I Know Is, and Wikipaedia is a global project of volunteers who have (or think they have) certain knowledge they want to share with the rest of the world. Anyone can contribute either as a subject contributor or maybe helping out with the proof reading, monitoring standards and governance, or simply by donating (it is all funded by public donation).
This means that it can be more wide ranging than other “founts of all knowledge” like traditional encyclopaedias, and can be more quickly changed to keep it up to date and correct, but also means its accuracy and integrity is dependent on the contributors - and sometimes you’ll find someone going rogue and posting a total crock (some time ago I remember looking at the entry on Walsall FC and reading that we had once been known as Walsall White Fang and other similar nuggets - funny but totally made up).
It also means that the depth and breadth of the information it contains is also dependent on the knowledge held by the contributors and their sources. Users can leave comments if they believe anything is missing or inaccurate, in the hope that they are picked up and acted upon, or (if you actually know something) you can even volunteer to become a contributor yourself.
I’d guess that whoever has done the various Walsall FC pages is a Saddlers fan (or a group of fans) with some access to documents on the club’s history rather than some generic contributor cribbing from elsewhere - but absolutely no idea who they are. If they are a UTS regular then would be good if they shouted out.