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Chairman
- Steve Morgan

President - Sir Jack Hayward OBE (non board member)
Vice-President - Rachael Heyhoe Flint OBE (non board member)
Vice-President  - Steve Bull MBE (non board member)

Board Of Directors:
Chief Executive - Jez Moxey
Director - John Gough
Director - John Bowater
Director - Bob Laslett

Coaching Staff:

Manager: Mick McCarthy
Assistant Manager: Terry Connor
First Team Fitness and Conditioning Coach - Tony Daley
Academy Director: Kevin Thelwell.
Chief Scout: Dave Bowman.

Chairman: Steve Morgan

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Chief Executive: Jez Moxey

Born: 1967
Joined Wolves:
June 2000
Previous: Stoke City, Partick Thistle and Glasgow Rangers

 

Manager: Mick McCarthy

Born in Barnsley, Mick made his debut for his hometown club as an 18-year-old defender before moving to Manchester City in 1983 for 200,000. He won his first of a grand total of 57 Ireland caps a year later. He moved north of the border in 1987 joining Celtic and helping them to the Scottish League and Cup double before, a year later, enjoying a brief spell with French club Lyons.

He returned to England, initially on loan with Millwall in 1990 and, the following year at the age of 32, he became Millwall's manager and led the Londoners to third spot in the First Division in 1994, narrowly missing out on promotion.

In 1996, he took over from Jack Charlton as the Republic of Ireland manager and he led the team to the 2002 World Cup Finals. McCarthy resigned the post in November 2002 having taken the Republic from 54th to 13th in FIFA's world rankings in just over five years.

Four months later he was appointed manager of a struggling Sunderland side that was relegated from the top flight at the end of the campaign. He took the Black Cats back up into the Premier League, as Champions, in 2005 but there followed an immediate return to the Championship and Mick left the Stadium of Light in March, 2006, when relegation looked a certainty.

He took over the managerial reins at Molineux the following July.

In his first season at Wolves, Mick took the club to the play-off semi-finals, losing 4-2 on aggregate to West Bromwich Albion.

Assistant Manager: Terry Connor

Born: 1963
Joined Wolves:
August 1999
Previous:
Played for Leeds, Brighton, Pourtsmouth, Swansea and Bristol City. He worked in the community departments at Swindon and Bristol Rovers, then became coach. Then he followed John Ward in the short move to Bristol City.