Norwich City 2, Wolves 1 - what the nationals said
The national newspapers' views on Norwich City's win at home to Wolves.
Sunday Mirror: 'The Norwich skipper's penalty just before the break provided another body blow for Terry Connor as he fights for survival in the post-Mick McCarthy era.'
The Mail on Sunday: 'When Mick McCarthy was sacked, five games ago, Wolves were two goals short of being outside the bottom three. After a fourth successive defeat they are rock bottom.'
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The Observer: 'Even after Holt was sent off with five minutes remaining, Wolves never really looked like a team who believed the game would be rescued.'
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The Sunday Times: 'Paul Lambert felt sufficiently confident to go with three at the back and the change in formation initially appeared ill-advised, Kightly and Jarvis looking dangerous on the wings.'
The People: 'Holt took his season's tally to an impressive 14 goals, making him the second highest-scoring Englishman behind Wayne Rooney in the top flight.'