Macclesfield Town boss Sol Campbell has emerged as a surprise candidate for the vacant Hull City job, as reported by The72 earlier today.

The 44-year-old’s odds have plummeted over the past 24 hours and he is now one of the favourites for the Tigers’ job.

The KCOM Stadium. Photo by Craig Zadoroznyj.

Campbell took charge of League Two side Macclesfield in November when they were five points adrift at the foot of the Football League and managed to steer them to safety. He still has a year left on his contract with the Cheshire side.

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The former England international played over 500 games in his playing career for the likes of Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal and Portsmouth and is now looking to climb up the managerial ladder.

Hull are in the hunt for a replacement for Nigel Adkins, who left the club last week. The current favourite for the position is Michael Appleton, whilst other names such as Danny Cowley, Simon Grayson, Darren Moore, Steve McClaren and Liam Rosenior have also been linked.

Here is how Hull fans have reacted on Twitter to rumours linking Campbell with the KCOM Stadium hot seat-

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