Date:Friday February 10 2012
Just like a recovering alcoholic in an AA meeting, Mick McCarthy has opened up his heart and told the Wolves fans that he does want to do better.
He doesn't feel under pressure for his job, he just wants to do better for those that support him in his role as the gaffer.
"I don`t feel bad because of the pressure. The reason I feel bad when we lose games is because of the fans who support me, the people who work at the club - all the people who give me that great support.' McCarthy told the Express & Star.
He continued: "For all of them, I don`t want this to be anything other than a Premier League club.
"That`s what I feel bad about, that it`s not going better. It`s about letting people down.
"I just feel I`d like to do better for people."
It's fair to say that our Mick has always received a mixed reception from us supporters, this very website is a great example of that.
I sometimes read the comments we get below our articles and wonder if the love of Wolverhampton Wanderers is the only thing I have in common with some of the contributors to the site.
Our views and opinions on Vital Wolves can be polar opposites at times and that appears to be the affect Mick McCarthy has on a few of us!
Thankfully on this website we debate our differences, which cannot be said on other websites!
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Date:Friday February 10 2012
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