Doncaster Rovers are still in the hunt for a new manager.
The League One side are considering their options as they look for a replacement for Darren Ferguson, who resigned at the end of last season.
Stuart McCall has been linked with the Yorkshire ever since Ferguson resigned last month. The former Motherwell, Rangers and Bradford boss is a decent option for Doncaster as he has bags of experience in League One.
McCall guided Bradford to the Play-Off final in 2016 and they narrowly missed out on promotion to the Championship after a 1-0 defeat to Millwall. His Bantams side were in the top six when he was sacked last season.
Another name that has entered the running for the Doncaster job is Jimmy Flloyd Hasselbaink, who is the odds-on favourite for the job on SkyBet. The 46-year-old is looking for a route back into management after he was sacked in April by Northampton Town.
Hasselbaink has previously managed Royal Antwerp, Burton Albion, QPR and Northampton. His best achievement in management was winning the League Two title with Burton in 2015. His Brewers side were also in the automatic promotion places in League One when he left them for Championship side QPR in December 2015.
Other names that have been mentioned in regards to the Doncaster job are their former midfielder, Richie Wellens, who has recently been sacked by Oldham Athletic. Simon Grayson has also been distantly linked but it now appears their shortlist is down to two, McCall and Hasselbaink.