Going Down?: Wolves

Last updated : 26 March 2010 By James Fielden

What were your expectations at the start of the season? Have they been matched?
Wolves fans knew this season would be difficult due to a lack of Premier League experience in the existing squad. Besides the Reading pair of Marcus Hahnemann and Kevin Doyle, little experience and quality was bought in during the summer. Bettering our last season in the Premier League (i.e. staying up) would have been every fan's target.

Has the manager done a good enough job?
Despite the fantastic job he has done at Wolves there is still a big percentage of fans that don't like Mick McCarthy due to some of his tactical decisions. However, in the three years he has been here he has delivered what he was expected to. Now the challenge will be to establish ourselves as a Premier League side.


Remaining fixtures:

Everton (H) D We have an alright run-in and unless a minor miracle we will stay up for the first time in our Premiership history.
Arsenal (A)
Stoke (H)
Fulham (A)
Blackburn (H)
Portsmouth (A) D
Sunderland (H)
Points: 40

Will you stay up? What position?
I think after last night's 3-1 win at West Ham we have a great chance of survival. It will take a huge collapse form us and an upturn from Burnley and Hull to drop us back into the relegation dogfight.

The bottom 3:
18. Hull City
19. Burnley
20. Portsmouth

James Fielden writes the Wolves Fight For Survival blog

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