The McCarthy out bandwagon has yet to be derailed, despite recent results relieving some of the pressure that had been building on the gaffers shoulders.
Just like last season, the pressure had continued to grow and grow on McCarthy, with some supporters and the press calling for McCarthy to fall on his sword.
One of the Sunday tabloids apparently even suggested that McCarthy had just two games to save his job.
Thankfully though, for those of us who have stood by McCarthy over the past 12 months plus, we have a chairman in Steve Morgan who has his head screwed on better than his counterparts at Newcastle and Blackburn.
In fact Morgan has shown he is standing by his man by giving him the green light to spend in January and also giving him a public show of support by coming pitch side to shake his hand following the win over Birmingham.
“I don`t have to see Steve come down to the pitch to have that nice, warm feeling of support because I know it`s there. But when he does, it`s there for everyone to see and it was nice it was confirmed to the fans.’ McCarthy told the Express & Star.
He continued: “He`s feeling it like the rest of us ? being in the bottom three and not getting results ? but there`s never any suggestion of anything else. He cares about it just like everyone else, he wants to see us win and do well.”
Vital Wolves Comment: The win over Birmingham closed the gap to just one single point. With the table so close, there is sure to be a few more ups and downs yet this season, but stability will be a positive going into the second half of the season.
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