Date:Tuesday May 3 2011
With three games remaining Wolves remain in the bottom three.
Two home fixtures against West Brom and Blackburn, either side of an away trip to Sunderland will seal our fate in this seasons Premier League.
Confidence is low amongst the fans and probably the squad, the recent defeat to Stoke and draw with 10 man Birmingham has really whipped up the fans, with some making their opinions known to the team and the manager.
"I`ve told the players if we`re getting that stick, we`re getting it for a reason. They pay their money and they are entitled.' our Mick told the Express & Star BEFORE the Birmingham game.
No doubt the pressure will build even more now, what with another disappointing result and of course during the build up to this weekends clash with the Baggies.
McCarthy continued: "I have had unequivocal support from Wolves fans from the moment I arrived and can never have any complaints about the way I have been treated."
With three games to go in this seasons Premier League that unequivocal support is waning.
Across the pubs, clubs and websites, Wolves fans everywhere are arguing various different points to apportion blame for a season that could lead to our fall from the top flight.
We've stumbled along at many periods this season and have underperformed considering the quality we have amongst the squad.
BUT despite all that we remain just one point from safety and for me, due to that we should remain united, backing the team and Mick.
We are far from out of this race and the only way we can get out of it is by sticking together.
The other teams above us are not exactly beating everyone in front of them with ease either.
We can still save this season but we need to back the team and McCarthy to push us over the line.
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Date:Tuesday May 3 2011
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