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FOR­MER Celtic boss Neil Len­non has ad­mit­ted he is in­ter­ested in the va­cant man­ager’s jobs at both Cardiff City and Ful­ham.

Len­non has emerged as the favourite for the job at Cardiff and has also been linked with Ful­ham.

He said:“They are two ex­cel­lent clubs.Would I be in­ter­ested in man­ag­ing ei­ther of them? Of course I would.

“I'm en­joy­ing what I am do­ing at the mo­ment but I want to get back into man­age­ment and both clubs would ap­peal to me.

“I want a new chal­lenge. I had a great chal­lenge for four years at Celtic but I felt I had come to the end of the cy­cle there. I’m hop­ing to be in work sooner rather than later.

“I had four years in a gold­fish bowl and it gets very in­tense. I have en­joyed the break, even though I didn't think I would.”

After Ole Gun­nar Sol­sk­jaer re­signed on Thurs­day, Cardiff have been draw­ing up a short­list headed by Len­non.

Ful­ham are also on the look out for a new man­ager fol­low­ing the de­par­ture of Felix Ma­gath after their 5-3 de­feat to Not­ting­ham For­est on Wed­nes­day kept them deep in trou­ble at the bot­tom.

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