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Five potential candidates to replace Keith Hill at Rochdale

Rochdale have sacked manager Keith Hill, as confirmed by their official club website. Here are five potential candidates to replace him-

Paul Hurst- The former Grimsby Town and Shrewsbury Town boss was sacked by Championship side Ipswich Town in October. He is looking to get back into the game. Could he make his return to the dugout at Spotland?

Ex-Ipswich Town manager Paul Hurst during the EFL Sky Bet Championship match between Rotherham United and Ipswich Town at the AESSEAL New York Stadium, Rotherham, England on 11 August 2018.

Steve Evans- He was sacked by Peterborough United last week and is an option for Rochdale. Evans, who has managed the likes of Crawley Town, Mansfield Town, Rotherham United and Leeds United in the past, knows the division very well.

Steve Evans during the EFL Sky Bet League 1 match between Rochdale and Peterborough United at Spotland, Rochdale, England on 11 August 2018.

Darrell Clarke- The 41-year-old departed fellow third tier side Bristol Rovers in December and is still available. He is a highly-rated young boss and would be a great appointment by Rochdale.

Darrell Clarke. ProSportsImages.co.uk

Kevin Nolan- The former West Ham United and Newcastle United midfielder has been linked with a lot of jobs this season but is still without a club. He has managed Leyton Orient and most recently Notts County.

Nolan
Then Notts County manager Kevin Nolan during the Pre-Season Friendly match between Notts County and Nottingham Forest at Meadow Lane, Nottingham, England on 19 July 2017. Photo by Jon Hobley.

Jim Bentley- He is the current longest serving manager in the Football League. The 42-year-old has managed League Two side Morecambe since 2011 and has done an impressive job with the Shrimpers.

Jim Bentley. ProSportsImages.co.uk

 

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