McCarthy to remain loyal
Mick McCarthy will stand by his wounded Wolves.
We might have lost our last four games on the spin, but our Mick is not one for changing his principles and he will stick with the his side after a poor run of results.
'I still maintain we're getting punished, not through playing badly but making mistakes,' he told Wolves Official Website. 'So I'm not to just go making wholesale changes. Because with that you don't get anywhere.'
He continued: 'You have to give a fair bit of loyalty to people I think because then you get it in return as well.'
There is also the old motto Mick that when it 'Ain't broke, don't fix it', which also has to work both ways and some will argue that it is currently broke and if you don't make changes, some will begin to ask if you are the right bloke to fix it.
Vital Wolves Comment: I've already heard the Mick McCarthy out bandwagon firing up its engines, another defeat and the momentum could begin to gather, especially as that next game is against West Bromwich Albion.
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