Celtic confirm boss will leave Scottish giants as ex-Man United boss emerges as favourite

Our neighbours north of the border with a certain Celtic allegiance have been utterly miserable over the past few days following the sensational loss to Rangers in the recent Old Firm meeting.

Following the semi-final loss to their historic rivals, many baying for blood and calling for manager Ronny Deila to leave Parkhead have let out an emphatic cheer.

The club’s official website have confirmed he will leave his role at the end of the season.

The Bhoys have announced their largely unpopular Norwegian coach will leave the Scottish giants at the end of the season.

Despite winning the domestic double in his first season as he replaced Neil Lennon in charge, the 40-year old has struggled in European competition and have since failed to qualify for the Champions League.

Though they are closing in on their fifth consecutive league title, the frustrations having not excelled further on the continental stage appear to have finally cost him his job.

Former Manchester United manager David Moyes, who played for the club earlier on his career, is emerging as the strong favourite despite links with Aston Villa.

Can Aston Villa afford to let Celtic swoop on Moyes? Is he the man to take them back into the Champions League? 

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