Who’s next Lead­ing con­tenders for the role

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David Moyes (54)

For­mer Celtic player pro­duced solid re­sults on lim­ited re­sources as Ever­ton man­ager, was over­whelmed by the Manch­ester United job and could not re­vive Sunderland’s for­tunes.

Malky Mackay (45)

An­other for­mer Celtic man, he took Cardiff City into the Premier League, but was sacked. Was unim­pres­sive at Wi­gan be­fore be­com­ing the SFA per­for­mance di­rec­tor in 2016.

Michael O’neill (48)

A mid­fielder with Dundee United and Hiber­nian in the 1990s, he has per­formed won­ders as North­ern Ire­land man­ager with a lim­ited squad, tak­ing them to the fi­nals of Euro 2016.

Sam Al­lardyce (62)

His man­age­rial pedi­gree is impressive and would out­weigh any reser­va­tions over em­ploy­ing a for­mer Eng­land man­ager. But the wages he earned and the salary Scot­land could of­fer are miles apart.

Paul Lam­bert (48)

Played al­most 200 times for Celtic. High point as a man­ager came when he guided Nor­wich to pro­mo­tion to the Premier League, but failed to work his magic at As­ton Villa, Black­burn and Wolves.

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