Mick upset by Jarvis treatment

Jarvis was in the provisional list of names chosen by Capello for

Wednesday’s clash at Wembley, but after the 24-year-old’s hopes had

been raised, there was no phone call or text from Capello or any

member of the England hierarchy when he was left out. McCarthy

said: “Of course the hopes (of Jarvis) had been built up. “I said

in the press conference before last week’s game with Bolton that

he’d been named in the provisional squad. “Of course, Jarvo had

some good competition in Ashley Young, Adam Johnson and also

Stewart Downing. “My point is that if you get notification that you

might be called up, you might then get a call or text from someone

to say ‘sorry, you’re not in’. “We’ve all got each other’s numbers

but you find out through the media that Jarvo isn’t going. “There

might be a different way of handling that, that if you are not

going to be called up, a little phone call or text might not be out

of order. “A text saying ‘sorry, you are doing brilliant keep

going, a pat and the head’ would do no harm.” Wolves face Blackpool

at Bloomfield Road on Saturday with McCarthy insisting his spat

with Ian Holloway has been amicably resolved. McCarthy sought an

apology from Holloway over comments made by the Tangerines boss

regarding the side he fielded last season against Manchester

United. McCarthy said: “It was done and dusted a week ago when he

said sorry. It was all a bit of a mix-up. “It’s all put to bed.

We’ve always had the greatest respect for each other and are good

football pals.”