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Steve Davis leads cue for Wolves job

Wolves have a new favourite for the vacant head coach role at Molineux and it's Crewe Alexandra manager Steve Davis.

He might not have managed England like second favourite Steve McClaren or have years of experience in the Championship like third favourite Kenny Jackett, but Steve Davis is now at evens with some bookies to take the Wolves hot-seat.

47-year-old Davis is a self confessed Wolves fan and, more importantly he had his second interview regarding the job earlier today according to the BBC.

That would suggest that the hunt for a new boss is now picking up pace following the return of Jez Moxey from a holiday.

Despite Davis' relative inexperience he does have knowledge of how to win at lower leagues level. Last season he won promotion via the play-off in League Two and then this season he returned to Wembley to lift the Johnstone`s Paint Trophy.

He might not be the fashionable choice, but when thinking about just what knowledge does McClaren or Jackett have regarding the third tier of English football? Where as Davis will know the league and all the best players from in and around that division.

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Date:Wednesday May 22 2013

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