Date: 24th February 2012 at 10:05am
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Mick McCarthy’s former assistant Terry Connor has been asked to take over at Molineux until the end of the season.

The man tasked with giving the side fresh impetus, new thoughts and ideas and a moral boost following the end of Mick McCarthy’s reign is his former assistant.

Well done Jez Moxey and well done Steve Morgan!

Ever since the departure of Mick McCarthy we have been made to look like a laughing stock, if reports are true, managers have turned down the chance to take over at Molineux more than half a dozen times!

Alan Curbishley and Walter Smith have turned us down twice, Brian McDermott, Gianfranco Zola, Gus Poyet, Neil Warnock and Steve Bruce have all either turned us down or rejected an approach at some stage according to the media.

If the players confidence and moral was low following the clubs performances on the pitch, they will be at an all time low now after they read report after report suggesting that no one was willing to take us on, other than the guy who was already employed at the club.

Connor has of course been at Wolves for 13 years and must hold the club close to his heart.

He has seen four different managers come and go at Molineux and now is his time to step out of the shadows.

13 games remaining and only in the bottom three on goal difference, this is a task that is achievable and could well be the making of Connor.

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