Stoke City are looking at potential candidates to replace Nathan Jones, with a quartet of names in the frame, we can reveal.
The former Luton Town boss is a deadman walking at the Bet365 Stadium following a horrendous run of form and Stoke have already been looking at their options.
We can reveal that former boss Tony Pulis is very much in the thinking of club owner Peter Coates, although it is believed his son John Coates is the man who will appoint the new boss, whilst former Manchester United and Everton man David Moyes is also well respected by the club’s hierarchy.
It is understood that Coventry City boss Mark Robins – who is performing miracles with the nomad club – is an option, as they are one of the pacesetters in League One.
Northern Ireland chief Michael O’Neill is another who is being seriously considered, following his outstanding work in charge of the Northern Irish.