Date: 12th January 2012 at 3:05pm
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Mick McCarthy has received the public backing of Wolves owner Steve Morgan.

As the nights draw in around October/November until the spring session kicks in around late February/March, the lesser spotted McCarthy-out-bandwagon-jumper is very active in their chosen hunting grounds of internet message forums.

It has been the same for the last couple of seasons at this time of the year and then, when it crucially matters, results tend to go our way, survival is secured and the majority hibernate for the summer months.

This year their calls have arguably been louder than previous seasons and it would seem they have gained the attention of Wolves owner Steve Morgan who has broke ranks and commented on the situation.

‘You don’t get stability by chopping and changing your manager all the time, I like to think football thinks Wolves do things our way – and our way is about long-term growth and stability.’ Morgan told the BBC.

Wolves are currently 16th in the Premier League on 17 points from 20 games and 1 point above the relegation zone.

We have only won four times all season, drawing five and losing eleven, but Morgan remained adamant.

He continued: ‘Of course, we want the team to do better than it is currently doing. But you don’t get long-term growth by chopping and changing all the time.

‘You have to work things through. You get strength from teamwork.’

Vital Wolves Comment: Have to wonder if our Mick will actually support the comments coming from Morgan.

Obviously that sounds a daft comment to make, but it was only October when McCarthy was explaining why he doesn’t need public backing from Moxey and Morgan and the more cynical out there might now wonder why he has had a change of heart?

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