Date:Friday July 21 2006
Following the appoinyment of Mick McCarthy, Wolves have announced that three of the clubs backroom staff are to leave.
Assistant Stuatr Gray, Head Scout George Foster and coach/scout Carl Hoddle will all leave Molineux as Mick McCarthy briings in his own team.
Chief executive Jez Moxey said:
'Mick will be bringing two people with him.
Ian Evans and a chief scout will join our football department, while Stuart Gray, George Foster and Carl Hoddle will part company with the club. The remainder of the coaching staff will stay.'
The change will do much to win favour with fans still sitting on the fence over the appointment, with many believing that in light of recent seasons performances, changes should have been made much sooner.
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