Date:Thursday July 20 2006
A report in the final edition of tonights Express and Star suggests that former Sunderland boss Mick McCarthy is on the verge of putting pen to paper and succeeding Glenn Hoddle as manager of Wolves.
The midlands paper believes that an announcement is imminent - with McCarthy refusing to speak to the media cited as evidence.
With the possibility of 3 new signings on the horizon, one already in teh bag, and a new manager in sight, Wolves fans have much more to smile about now than when Hoddle walked leaving the club in crisis.
Although opinion is still very much divided not only on the choice of manager, but ALSO on the choice of transfer targets.
Stats: Wolverhampton Wanderers v Nottingham Forest (Sunday November 23 2014)
Wolves second best to Forest (Saturday November 22 2014)
Wolves are in the market for January signings (Friday November 21 2014)
Jackett's iron fist unclenching (Thursday November 20 2014)
Forest to receive Wolves backlash (Wednesday November 19 2014)
Wolves suffer Dicko injury blow (Tuesday November 18 2014)
Jackett to take close look at Boukari (Tuesday November 18 2014)
Wolves need improvement to stay in promotion pack (Monday November 17 2014)
Wolves sign Graham at second attempt (Monday November 17 2014)
Wolves striking jinx continues (Friday November 14 2014)
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