Sport Roy Keane and Martin O’Neill were on television pundit duty for Manchester United's Champions League match against Real Sociedad

The duo were confirmed as the new management team of the national side last night

Jonsson signing bolsters Wolves

Eggert Jonsson believes he is ready to take "the next step" in his career after securing a move from Hearts to Wolves.

Lambert believes Premier League survival would be 'incredible' for Norwich

Lambert counts only on mathematical safety

Paul Lambert believes it will be an "incredible achievement" if Norwich City survive in the Premier League this season, but will take nothing for granted until they are mathematically safe.

Wolves midfielder Jamie O'Hara out for a month after surgery

Wolves midfielder Jamie O'Hara is facing "at least a month" on the sidelines after undergoing surgery on a double hernia, the club have confirmed.

Eggert Jonsson joins in January

Wolves set to sign Eggert Jonsson from Hearts

Hearts utility player Eggert Jonsson has agreed to join Wolves on a three-and-a-half-year contract from January 1, the midlands club have confirmed.

Andrew Surnam (left), who scored Norwich's first goal closes down the Wolves midfielder Karl Henry

Wolves' spirit lifts McCarthy as Zubar strikes

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Ronald Zubar's late header salvaged a point for Wolves

Battling Wolves deny Canaries away win

Wolverhampton Wanderers 2 Norwich City 2

Martin O'Neill was in the stands to see Sunderland beaten by Wolves

Martin O'Neill targets success at Sunderland

Martin O'Neill is determined to transform Sunderland's fortunes as he takes charge at the Stadium of Light today.

O'Neill watches as Sunderland surrender lead to Wolves

Wolves 2 Sunderland 1

Martin O'Neill's priority is strikers, says Chris Waddle, 'and it's up to him to use his name and his patter to lure them to the club'

O'Neill returns to old flame but needs more firepower

Popular manager fell out with previous club over money and locals are urging caution

Antolin Alcaraz has accepted an FA charge

Wigan manager Roberto Martinez apologises to Wolves for spitting incident

Wigan boss Roberto Martinez has apologised to his Wolves counterpart Mick McCarthy over the spitting incident which has seen Latics skipper Antolin Alcaraz suspended for three games.

Richard Stearman claims he was the victim of a spitting incident

FA charge Antolin Alcaraz with spitting at an opponent

Wigan's Antolin Alcaraz is facing a three-match ban after being charged by the Football Association with spitting at an opponent.

McCarthy despairing at the Etihad Stadium

For Mick McCarthy the Wolves are howling at the door

Defeat at Wigan today will make Molineux faithful bay for manager's blood more than ever but will chairman Morgan stay onside?

McCarthy came under fire from some sections of the home support in the match against Swansea

Mick McCarthy labels angry Wolves fans 'mindless idiots'

Mick McCarthy has slammed the "mindless idiots" amongst the Wolves fans and claimed they deserve "no credit" after his side recovered to force a 2-2 draw in Saturday's home game with Swansea.

Rodgers claims Wolves lack respect for McCarthy

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Johnson takes positives from dull derby as Wolves show sterner side

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