It was a brave decision for the Wolves board to sack Walter Zenga as the Championship season approaches the half way stage.
Zenga was relieved of his duties after just 87 days in charge after replacing Kenny Jackett on the 30th July.
Wolves have won only four of 15 games this season that has left them looking over their shoulders in 17th place in the Championship.
Many managers have been placed in the frame for the job, with the likes of Nigel Pearson, Tim Sherwood and Sam Allardyce being touted for the role.
However, former Blackburn Rovers and Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert is in pole position for the Black Country outfit’s role, and the club could make a swift appointment before they face Derby County on Saturday.
Lambert has been out of a job since the end of last season since departing Blackburn Rovers.
Football League World Writer, Ashley Williams identifies TWO pros and TWO cons for Wolves appointing Lambert…