Wolves to start manager hunt

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Wolves will start their bid to find Mick McCarthy's appointment in earnest with bookmakers favourite Alan Curbishley set to be interviewed, Press Association Sport understands.

Curbishley has been already sounded out by the Wolves hierarchy and is the kind of candidate with credentials which have created a favourable impressive with club owner Steve Morgan but Neil Warnock and Steve Bruce are also in contention and the interview process is expected to continue until the early part of next week.

Morgan is unconcerned that former Charlton and West Ham boss Curbishley has been out of management for the past three-and-a-half years.

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