Neil Lennon – 6/1

The former Celtic manager was expected to make a sooner return to management than he has done since leaving the Scottish giants and Huddersfield could be an ideal opportunity to work his way back into football.

The manager who guided Celtic to three successive league titles including an impressive campaign in which the club finished top of the table, losing twice all season in the league, left the club back in May and has made no bones about the fact he is seeking pastures new.

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When appearing on Goals on Sunday on Sunday he quoted to Sky Sports “I’ve had a nice break and I feel I’ve got a lot to offer – I’ve been pretty successful at Celtic, so I’m looking for a new challenge now. Where that takes me I don’t know. I’d have no hesitation in working in the Championship.”

With Robins’ departure coming at the right time, the free spot at Huddersfield could come across as the ideal managerial vacancy for Lennon.



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