Malin in as Wolves begin revolution

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Wolves want to bring back the glory days to Molineux

After a season to forget leaving Wolverhampton Wanderers to begin the 2012/2013 season in the Championship, the Wolves board have appointed an inexperienced manager in Josh Malin. The young manager has been given the daunting task of rebuilding the Midlands club. After a few forgettable seasons for Wanderers the board will be hoping for an immediate return to the top flight.

In the rookie's first interview here is what he had to say:
"The club has everything there and ready to be massive. The standard of players at the club are far superior to any in this division and I'm confident we can bounce back. I'd like to thank the fans for the faith and support they've given me thus far and I'm determined to prove my worth to the club."

Malin is said to have adapted a fluid style of football, claiming he wants his side to be known as the "English Barcelona" and will only sign players which adapt and fit into this style. More to come as it unfolds.