Found February 13, 2012 on NESN.com:
For Mick McCarthy, West Bromwich Albion's 5-1 thrashing of Wolves on Sunday was the final straw. Wolves fired McCarthy as manager, amidst a dismal run that saw the team pick up only 14 points from its last 22 Premier League games, according to the Guardian. After Sunday's loss, some fans stayed at Wolves' Molineux stadium to stage a protest. Wolves supporters have displayed their displeasure of McCarthy before, and their wish was granted. Former Sunderland manager Steve Bruce and the man who led Queens Park Rangers to promotion last season, Neil Warnock, are early favorites to replace McCarthy. "Wolves have...
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