Nothing has been finalised so far and talks will continue today, although
there is a growing confidence O’Neill will be in place before Sunday’s trip
to Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Should O’Neill sign today he is likely to be in the stands at Molineux, with
Bruce’s former assistant Eric Black in the dugout.
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