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Spurs & Manchester United next

Spurs & Manchester United next

We at Vital Wolves have been calling and calling for more consistency this season.

But next up we have away trips to both Tottenham and Manchester United. So while the win over Bolton was desperately needed, it is looking unlikely that we are going to be able to build on that win with many points over the next couple weeks!

So calling for consistency is a lot easier to say than actually do, so we are not necessarily pointing the finger at anyone.

However our recent run, especially the defeat to Birmingham, had led to many Wolves fans asking the question whether McCarthy is still the man to be in charge at Molineux.

Due to that Vital Wolves have been running a poll asking that very question. To vote use the poll on the right of this article.

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Writer:Akela
Date:Tuesday December 8 2009
Time: 11:00AM

Comments

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Personally I feel we should still be sticking by McCarthy, at least for the remainder of the season. Changing managers now will on destabilise the team and we`d have no time to rebuild under a new manager.
akela
08/12/2009 09:45:00
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I think it’s disgraceful when newly promoted teams sack their manager that brought them up, same thing happened with Derby previously and I just don’t get it, look at the squad Derby had easily the worse in the league yet the manager is expected to make them world beaters!! Now I hate to be disrespectful to teams we are about to face so I used the example set by Derby but wouldn’t you see the same kind of scenario with Wolves??
DazzaTHFC
08/12/2009 11:25:00
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Well there are not any easy games in this league but some are a lot harder than others and the next 2 will be interesting. Sack MM? What nonsense ! The team looked more balanced with Ward and Milijas, the only change I would make is to bring in Keogh and put SEB on the bench. SEB still looks off both in his timing and pace at the moment, I hope he finds both soon.
mike1952
08/12/2009 11:29:00
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I really wish Wolves well. You belong in the Premier league. And you try to play football - admirable. I want you to survive at the expense of clubs like Stoke and Bolton, who only wants to hit long, and try to score on set pieces. Of course, I hope your luck starts against ManUtd, and not against us :)
NorwaySpurs
08/12/2009 20:36:00
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Dont get me started on Stoke Norway and that chronic *****er manager of theirs.
Uskok
11/12/2009 02:54:00
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