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Wolves interview Terry Connor for manager's job

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Terry Connor has had a formal interview to remain as Wolves manager, it was revealed today. He had a meeting with owner Steve Morgan yesterday.

Terry Connor has had a formal interview to remain as Wolves manager, it was revealed today. He had a meeting with owner Steve Morgan yesterday.

Connor was summoned to the chairman's Carden Park hotel complex in Cheshire.

It raises the prospect of the 49-year-old being offered the job permanently, despite a series of defeats that has seen the club crash out of the Premier League.

The future of the long-serving coach is expected to dominate discussions at tomorrow's scheduled Wolves board meeting.

He has already been told to make all preparations for pre-season training and last week he travelled with first-team coach Steve Weaver to Holland to scout a potential new signing.

It is understood Mr Morgan is keen to hear what plans and budget Connor has in mind were he to stay in position beyond the final game of the season at Wigan on Sunday.

Connor, who was handed the job to the end of the season, is the first candidate to be formally interviewed since he was thrust into the hotseat on February 24 following Mick McCarthy's sacking.

Keeping Connor would provide continuity but concerns remain about the team's poor defensive record with Wolves having conceded 30 goals in his 12 games in charge so far.

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