I was at a very tense press conference this morning at the Vale Resort.
Malky Mackay was expected to speak to the media, but, at late notice, that was changed to his assistant manger David Kerslake.
Kerslake was repeatedly asked about Mackay's position, and the uncertainty at the club, but refused to answer any of those questions, wanting to focus solely on tomorrow's game at Liverpool.
Kerslake did say Mackay is in the training centre this morning, and due to take training.
As of this morning, Mackay is still the club's manager, and preparations continue for tomorrow's game.
More top news
There's a mental block to dissolve and a physical hurdle to overcome. Eddie Butler gives his take on Australia v Wales.
Former Wales international Rhys Williams says winning today will be give Wales a more positive attitude heading into the quarter-finals.
Lord Geoffrey Howe is known by many for his resignation speech which was seen as the catalyst which destroyed Margaret Thatcher.