Date:Friday December 9 2011
Could Wolves really pile more misery on to Sir Alex Ferguson and his Manchester United side on Saturday?
Crystal Palace in the Carling Cup and Basle in the Champions League have both managed to upset Manchester United over the past week.
Next up is us.
Some will argue that it is great timing, we get to kick them while they are down and spring yet another upset.
Others will argue that they are likely to attack like a wounded animal and we're going to be on the receiving end of a battering.
A quick flick over to the Vital Wolves forum indicates that not many of us expect to get anything from this game, with the matches against Stoke and Norwich the more important games.
But no one can every accuse our Mick of being a quitter and he isn't taking the same view.
"Supporters tend to look past United and see two matches we should win.' McCarthy told the Express & Star.
He added: "That`s not necessarily the truth, as we proved last season, and Stoke and Norwich will both be tough.
"There`s no point looking beyond United, but we might get a point, or win, who knows? I never go anywhere and think we`re going to get beat."
Vital Wolves Comment: This week, Mick McCarthy suggested that if someone asked the Wolves fans who still backed him as gaffer, then he would get a positive response from about 80% of the fan base.
So we thought we would put that theory to the test and have made it our front page poll.
Currently our Mick is virtually spot on with 82% backing him, 15% not in favour of him remaining as manager and 3% sitting on the fence.
To vote, please find the voting panel to the right of this article.
Tell us what you think
This website is 100% by the fans and we are always looking for people to get involved. If this interests you please contact Vital Wolves.
Date:Friday December 9 2011
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