The odds on Davie Moyes becoming the next Celtic manager have been trimmed to 5/2 making him second favourite behind Neil Lennon (8/11) for the job.
Over the last week the former Manchester United boss has been pictured watching matches at Celtic Park and Ibrox followed by a radio appearance on Alan Brazil’s TalkSPORT show and speculation linking him with the Scotland job.
“I feel that since I was managing there it’s not moved on much as a club.”
“People are still saying there has to be changes.”
“The time since I left has not been used awfully well.”
3 manager and 5 years later, David Moyes thinks #MUFC have failed to progress.
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— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) May 2, 2019
Moyes has been out of management since leaving West Ham at the end of last season after taking on a short term deal to steer the London side clear of relegation.
Since appointing Lennon as caretaker manager Celtic haven’t made any public comment on who will replace Brendan Rodgers on a permanent basis despite a flurry of names being linked with the job.
Roberto Martinez and Rafa Benitez are the third and fourth favourites for the job with Steve Clarke of Kilmarnock still attracting interest as a 10/1 shot to get the job.
Lennon has four more matches as caretaker with an announcement expected in the week after the Scottish Cup Final- three months after Rodgers quit for Leicester City.
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— Joe McHugh (@videocelts) May 3, 2019