Following Nigel Clough’s sacking at Sheffield United, a whole host of names have been thrown in to the mix for his replacement.
Bradford City’s Phil Parkinson leads the way with bookmakers SkyBet at 1/5 followed by Mark Warburton (5/1), Nigel Adkins (7/1) and current MK Dons boss Karl Robinson (16/1).
Sven-Goran Eriksson, ex-Blades boss Neil Warnock and newly-appointed Portsmouth manager Paul Cook are all outside bets, along with Paulo Di Canio, Paul Scholes and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
While Derby County also find themselves looking for a new manager this morning after they sacked Steve McClaren, who looks a dead certain to be announced Newcastle United manager.
And the pressure is increasing on Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers
Here is what the papers are saying on the management merry-go-round.
Sheffield United sack manager Nigel Clough after League One play-off failure CLICK HERE (Guardian)
Mark Warburton turns down Sheffield United job as club continues search for Nigel Clough’s replacement CLICK HERE (Daily Mail)
Yet another Sheffield United manager bites the dust, writes James Shield CLICK HERE (Star)
Paul Clement still remains favourite to replace Steve McClaren at Derby County CLICK HERE (Derby Telegraph)
‘Big club’ Brendan Rodgers is looking increasingly like a small-time manager CLICK HERE (Mirror)
Brendan Rodgers to STAY at Liverpool... but still faces crunch talks CLICK HERE (Daily Star)