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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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Escaping drop into League One looks unlikely

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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

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