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United striker Danny Welbeck celebrates scoring the team's third goal against Wolves

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Terry Connor insists he still has confidence in his ability to revive Wolves' fortunes after a 5-0 home defeat by Manchester United pushed them into bottom spot in the Barclays Premier League.

Wolverhampton Wanderers' manager Terry Connor is worried after Blackburn beat Wolves 2-0

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Roger Johnson will remain as Wolves captain despite manager Terry Connor describing the player's behaviour as “unacceptable” and claiming the defender was unfit to train on Monday.

Terry Connor issues instructions to his players at St James’ Park

Wolves manager Terry Connor defends Roger Johnson omission

Wolves caretaker manager Terry Connor has defended his decision to omit captain Roger Johnson from the starting line-up against Newcastle last weekend.

Connor handed task of survival

The Wolves owner Steve Morgan has challenged caretaker manager Terry Connor to stake a claim for the job on a permanent basis after being appointed for the remainder of the season.

Steve Morgan (left) fired Mick McCarthy from the ski slopes, while he and Jed Moxey (right) have made a pig’s ear of replacing their manager
Terry Connor (left) pictured with Mick McCarthy

Wolves appoint Mick McCarthy assistant Terry Connor as manager

Wolves owner Steve Morgan has challenged caretaker boss Terry Connor to stake a claim for the job on a permanent basis after being appointed for the remainder of the season.

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Reading manager Brian McDermott

Wolves manager hunt continues following set backs

Wolves continue to be frustrated in their bid to replace sacked manager Mick McCarthy with hopes of securing the services of Alan Curbishley and Brian McDermott having faded, Press Association Sport understands.

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