Date:Friday February 17 2012
Depending on which paper you read, we might be getting close to knowing whose hands hold our Premier League fate.
Alan Curbishley remains the hot favourite for the role with the bookies, while Steve Bruce and Neil Warnock are still taking good money.
All three have either been interviewed for the job already, or will have been before the weekend gets here.
Warnock's odds are now beginning to drift after being installed as the favourite for the role at Huddersfield. It would be a bit of a drop from Premier League to League One, but would offer the opportunity of immediate work and close to his home in Yorkshire.
Outsiders keep appearing to thrown into the mix, most recently Gordan Strachan and now, with Sky Bet at least we've got Gianluca Vialli who is as short as 8/1 third favourite behind Curbishley and Bruce.
Time of course is of the essence as the longer this circus continues, the longer the players are left in a state of limbo.
The aim is to get someone in place before the next Premier League game against Newcastle.
'Things are progressing, We are continuing to work to the timetable we indicated at the outset of this process and remain optimistic we will be able to fulfil those requirements.' Wolves CEO Jez Moxey told Wolves Official Website.
He continued: 'Our intention has always been to have a new manager installed in time to take charge of the team for the Newcastle match and that remains the case.
'But I stress - we want the right candidate, not the quick candidate.'
Vital Wolves Comment: If our current poll is an indicator, the right candidate appears to be Alan Curbishley who has gained 45% of the vote.
Neil Warnock has taken 5%, while Steve Bruce has limited backing with 1%.
21% would like to see Moxey and Morgan swallow their pride and give Mick McCarthy a call back.
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Date:Friday February 17 2012
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Jackett praise for Morgan (Monday December 9 2013)
McAlinden recalled from loan spell (Sunday December 8 2013)
Morgan building a lasting legacy at Wolves (Saturday December 7 2013)
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