Former Hearts manager Ian Cathro is set to leave his coaching role at Wolves as management changes beckon at Molineux.
The English Premier League outfit announced before their final league game of the season that manager Nuno Espirito Santo would take his last game in charge of the club against Manchester United after four years in charge at Molineux. He has guided the club from the Championship to a place as a stable Premier League outfit.
Cathro will be one of the several backroom staff members to also leave Wolves alongside the Portuguese manager. He joined the Premier League side in 2017 after his disastrous spell as manager at Hearts.
Taking over from Robbie Neilson back in December 2016, then director of football Craig Levein provided the highly-rated coach his first chance as manager, Cathro leaving his role on Rafa Benitez’s staff at Newcastle United to take it up. Levein replaced the man he helped appoint seven weeks into the 2017/18 season.
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