McCarthy sticks with Wolves

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Wolves manager Mick McCarthy has ruled himself out of becoming the new coach of South Korea and has committed his future to the Coca-Cola Championship club.

Former Republic of Ireland manager McCarthy had been named on a two-man shortlist by KFA president Chung Mong-joon for the job along with former Liverpool manager Gerard Houllier.

But McCarthy told the club´s official website: "I was very flattered to be contacted and to be considered a candidate alongside someone of the calibre of Gerard Houllier."

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