Kevin Campbell has backed Chris Wilder to be the next manager at Celtic as Examiner Live report he has become a favourite for the Parkhead job.
The 53-year-old has recently left his post as boss at Sheffield United and is thus available for any club to bring in.
Should Celtic hire Wilder?
Speaking to Football Insider, the former Arsenal, Nottingham Forest and Everton striker has claimed that hiring Wilder would be a good appointment at Parkhead:
“I do think he’d be a good appointment.
“If they were to pull the trigger then they’d have a manager who knows how to work to a budget and get the players onside.
“He plays an expansive brand of football with the centre-halves joining in with attacks etc.
“I think that’s something Celtic fans could get behind.”
Celtic should hire Wilder
Given that he plays an expansive brand of football as Campbell points out, Wilder is certainly a coach that would play a style that would surely excite the Hoops faithful.
Even though the Blades have struggled a lot in the Premier League in the 2020/21 term and look almost certainly as if they will be relegated down to the EFL Championship, the Englishman has still adopted the same style of play throughout and his heroics of guiding them to a very impressive ninth-placed last season should not be overlooked.
While he might not be the most glamourous name to Hoops fans, Wilder is certainly a man that should not be overlooked, as he could help steady the sinking ship for the Bhoys as they look to battle it out with Rangers once more for the Scottish Premiership title.
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