Wolves sack assistant manager Terry Connor
Monday 03 September 2012
Wolves have terminated the contract of assistant manager Terry Connor with immediate effect.
Connor, who took over from Mick McCarthy as boss for a short stint during the second half of the 2011/12 season, had been at Molineux for 13 years.
During his time as manager, Connor took charge of 13 games and failed to win a single match, picking up just four points from a possible 39.
Wolves finished bottom of the table with just 25 points, a fact which led to Connor being replaced by current manager Stale Solbakken back in May.
A statement on Wanderers' official website said: "He (Connor) leaves Wolves with the very best wishes and thanks of everyone at the club."
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