Date:Friday July 21 2006
The ink has barely dried on Mick McCarthy's one year rolling contract, but William Hill believe that Wolves and McCarthy are match made in hell.
Despite the club being 5-1 for promotion, McCarthy is listed at 11/4 to get the sack before the end of the season.
Certainly not a vote of confidence from the bookies, at a little over 2-1, although odds of 1/4 for him to last the course tend to imply the smart money is on Mick having staying power.
Which will all depend on how well, or how badly Wolves start their season.
Statistically a change, any change of manage should see a short term upturn in fortunes for most clubs.
Failure to turn that into hard working. consistent performances will see a shift in public opinion and place pressure on the Wolves board to act.
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Kane will be beaten by unstoppable force (Wednesday April 22 2015)
Sako close to agreeing Villa deal (Tuesday April 21 2015)
Door still open for Wolves to make the play-offs (Monday April 20 2015)
Stats: Wolves v Ipswich (Monday April 20 2015)
Wolves foiled by the tractor boys (Saturday April 18 2015)
Now or never for Wolves (Friday April 17 2015)
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