Date:Monday November 29 2010
With 13 minutes to go, the draft headlines for Sunday's newspapers wouldn't have made good reading for our Mick.
In fact, they probably would have suggested that the time had come for McCarthy to clear his desk at Molineux this morning.
But thanks to Stephen Hunt and Sylvan Ebanks-Blake Wolves managed to snatch a win from the jaws of defeat to scupper the McCarthy out bandwagon.
"I`m delighted for everybody and in particular for the fans who stuck with us. There was some suggestion I`d had a go at them. That wasn`t right.'
"I had a go at the 'numpties` who phone in radio stations and do blogs and things like that. Our fans who turn up here have been brilliant this season, outstanding, and I said that as well.' McCarthy told the Express & Star.
To be honest, who can blame him for a little outburst, his straight talking demeanour is one of things we love about him, so just because he has a little outburst at those beginning to question him, so what?
Thankfully I don't qualify as a numpty as I continued to back McCarthy over the past month and if I was smug git I could claim that I told you so, I won't however as I'm well aware there will be plenty more twists to come this season.
McCarthy continued: "On Saturday, when we needed that support, at 2-1 down, they were fabulous. They drove us on and if ever there was a never-say-die spirit it was there on Saturday.
"So thanks to them and they can enjoy the victory just as the players."
Vital Wolves Comment: With West Ham winning, three points were Vital to avoid dropping to 20th and to keep within touching distance of the pack.
Next up is Blackburn, who have just had a thumping from Manchester United, will that prove to be good timing?
Tell us what you think
This website is 100% by the fans and we are always looking for people to get involved. If this interests you please contact Vital Wolves.
Date:Monday November 29 2010
Wolves standards will not slip (Thursday April 17 2014)
Leicester lead chase for Sako? (Wednesday April 16 2014)
Wolves would have gone bust (Tuesday April 15 2014)
Promotion achieved next stop Premier League (Monday April 14 2014)
Stats: Crewe Alexandra v Wolverhampton Wanderers (Saturday April 12 2014)
The Pivotal Promotion Week? (Friday April 11 2014)
No celebrations this weekend for Wolves (Friday April 11 2014)
Date set for Craddock's testimonial (Thursday April 10 2014)
Stearman will not be released (Wednesday April 9 2014)
Wolves take another step towards promotion (Wednesday April 9 2014)
|3. Leyton Orient||42||23||11||8||+39||80|
|Management Respond To Tranmere Victory
» Crawley : 17/04/2014 23:47:00
|Coventry City 1992/93 - Alive and Kicking (Part 9)
» Coventry : 17/04/2014 21:57:00
|SUFC Sheffield United Greatest Ever
» Sheff Utd : 17/04/2014 21:46:00
|RUFC - Soon Be Time To Sort Out Contracts
» Rotherham : 17/04/2014 19:01:00
|Ref Watch: Bantams v Posh - Sky Bet League One
» Peterborough : 17/04/2014 19:00:00
|Blades to put another nail in Stevenage coffin?
» Sheff Utd : 17/04/2014 18:00:00
|Easter Part 1 - Crawley (A)
» Leyton Orient : 17/04/2014 17:18:00