So it turns out that Alan Curbishley would consider the Wolves job in the summer.
He turned the job down in February, along with anyone with a UEFA coaching licence, but just two months down the line, he would consider a role at Molineux.
“We will have to see what happens but I was pleased I was in a position to speak to Wolves because, since I left West Ham, I`ve been out for some time now,” said Curbishley to the Express & Star.
He continued: “I think that 13 games to go was one of the things but there were some other issues. Having had discussions with Steve Morgan and Jez Moxey, I just felt I wasn`t committed to it at that time.”
We all knew that the 13 game contract was putting managers off the job and that rests firmly on the shoulders of Morgan and Moxey.
But what were the other issues that bothered the 54-year-old two months ago?
Reports suggested that he didn’t hold a shared vision for the club with chairman Steve Morgan. Does that vision change with the almost imminent relegation from the Premier League?
Or will thre be another stumbling block preventing, the only man who Wolves fans really wanted to replace Mick McCarthy making the move to Wolves?
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