Date:Tuesday February 21 2012
Reading manager Brian McDermott and Brighton boss Gus Poyet are now apparently in the frame for the Wolves managerial post.
With the search for a new gaffer taking another twist yesterday with fan choice Alan Curbishley pulling out of the running, the media and the bookies didn't know what was going on.
It doesn't appear to be completely inconceivable that neither did Jez Moxey or Steve Morgan, especially if you believe everything you read on the internet.
If Mick McCarthy's run as manager divided opinion, then this saga has united the fans as one, but not in the way the board may have wanted.
They had probably hoped for the fans to unite behind a new manager, instead, we're all united and angry about the farce this process appears to have now become.
Steve Bruce remains the bookies favourite, with some newspaper reports suggesting he hasn't turned down the idea of taking the role on a short term basis which had previously been reported.
Former Huddersfield Town manager Lee Clark remains second favourite, despite not many reports coming out about his possible interest.
But over the last 24 hours the main movement has been regarding Reading manager Brian McDermott and Brighton boss Gus Poyet who are now third and fourth favourite for the post, ahead of Roy Keane and Graeme Souness whose odds dramatically shortened yesterday after Curbishley withdrew.
getbracknell.co.uk a local website in the Reading area has reported that McDermott held talks with Wolves bosses in recent days, while Poyet has been linked by the Daily Mail.
Vital Wolves Comment: Right now though its impossible to tell if any of this speculation has any merit.
You might as well lump a fiver on Diego Maradona who has odds of 949/1 with betfair as it would seem no-one has a clue.
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Date:Tuesday February 21 2012
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