Wolves Sack Manager Mick McCarthy

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Mick McCarthy sacked as Wolves manager after West Brom defeat

Wolves have sacked boss Mick McCarthy following Sunday’s 5-1 home thrashing by Black Country rivals West Brom.
McCarthy has been in charge at Molineux since July 2006.

“The board took the difficult decision after a run of form which has seen Wolves pick up 14 points in the last 22 league games,” read a club statement.

“Terry Connor will take charge of team training in the interim until a new manager is appointed.”


After losing 5-1 at home to local rivals West Brom this is not a complete surprise and no doubt the Molineux club will hope that a new boss can signal a good run of form that can help pull Wolves away from the drop zone.

Wolves has won just one of their last 14 matches and sit in 18th place, just two points from bottom of the table Wigan.

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