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Wolves manager Dean Saunders says he is the right man for the job

Wolves sack Dean Saunders following relegation to League One

The former Donacaster manager was unable to save the club from successive relegations

The Sport Matrix: Monday 6 May 2013

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Steve Bruce can’t believe his eyes

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Harry Redknapp is not so short of achievement it is necessary for him to side-step any blame in the disaster of Queen's Park Rangers, which is something even his warmest admirers have to admit was the thrust of his comments after Sunday's dismal denouement of a campaign which came to represent all that is worst in English football.

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Wolves promise to 'address problems' with club on verge second relegation in two years

Escaping drop into League One looks unlikely

League round-up: Danny Ings sends Wolves to the brink

Wolves were pushed closer to relegation from the Championship when Danny Ings' left-foot strike and Martin Paterson's close-range goal saw Burnley win 2-1 at Molineux despite the dismissal of Clarets' Michael Duff just after the hour.

The Wolves manager suffered relegation with Doncaster last season

Dean Saunders struggles to stop Wolves 'runaway train' from crashing again

There will be a 1980s reunion at Molineux today as Wolverhampton Wanderers mark the 25th anniversary of their Wembley victory over Burnley in the final of the Football League Trophy – or Sherpa Van Trophy as it was then known.

Franco di Santo’s Wigan contract runs out in the summer

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The Premier League is a powerful force for good in society

Football's unique appeal, combined with the often imaginative approach of club staff, has improved thousands

Steven Fletcher scored twice more for Sunderland on Saturday

Sunderland striker Steven Fletcher undergoes surgery

£12m signing will not play again this season

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The Welsh team secured promotion to the Premier League last night

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Gustavo Poyet, the Brighton & Hove Albion manager, has warned that the imposition of Financial Fair Play rules in the Championship from next season will create a two-tier competition – and that it is even more vital for his team to take advantage of their chance to reach the Premier League this season.

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