In the wake of Ronny Delia denouncing himself as manager, Celtic fans in the Transfer Tavern have been squabbling over who they would favour most to take the vacant post.
Roy Keane, Brendan Rogers and Neil Lennon have all been linked to succeed Delia and the Daily Mail have identified David Moyes to also be on Celtic’s radar.
Moyes has been available for work since a dismal tenure at Real Sociedad came to an end last November and he has been linked to a number of clubs since including Aston Villa, Swansea City and a return to Merseyside, as Roberto Martinez continues to draw criticism as manager of Everton.
However, Moyes has been tipped as Celtic’s prime choice for their own managerial vacancy and an appointment would see the 53 year-old return to Celtic Park for a second time in his footballing career.
The Scotsman played 24 times in three years for Celtic as a no nonsense centre-back and he spent time at Bristol City, Shrewsbury Town and Cambridge United- and our landlord believes he’s the perfect fit for the serial Scottish champions.
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