Celtic manager odds latest as Ange Postecoglou is new favourite following Eddie Howe bombshell

Yokohama F Marinos boss Ange Postecoglou has emerged as the new frontrunner for the Celtic managerial vacancy following Eddie Howe’s decision to turn down the opportunity to succeed Neil Lennon.

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Greek-born Postecoglou, who has also taken charge of Brisbane Roar, Melbourne Victory, and the Australian national team, is priced at 1/1 with SkyBet and is the current favourite following the Howe bombshell.

Scotland boss Steve Clarke former Nice and Borussia Dortmund manager Lucien Favre, and Hibs head coach Jack Ross also feature among the possible new managers.

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Currently with Yokohama F Marinos in Japan, the Greek-born coach has had spells managing Brisbane Roar, Melbourne Victory, and the Australia national team
The Scotland manager has the small matter of Euro 2020 in front of him at the moment but is currently second favourite to succeed Neil Lennon
Swiss coach has managed some big teams including Hertha Berlin, Borussia Monchengladbach, Nice, and Borussia Dortmund
Hibs boss led his side to a first third-pace finish since 2005 and the last four of both cup competitions in his first full season in charge
Took interim charge of Celtic between February and the end of the campaign. Remained coy about his chances of taking the job full time.
Former Celtic midfielder has taken charge of Ipswich and Sunderland but his most recent coaching roles have been assistant jobs with the Republic of Ireland, Aston Villa, and Nottingham Forest
Former Derby and Chelsea boss is quoted at 12/1 odds
Left Sheffield United in March after nearly five years at the helm.
Won plaudits for his work as Northern Ireland boss. Now with Stoke City.
Former Porto boss who has just left Wolves after four years in charge. Also had spells in charge of Rio Ave and Valencia but at 28/1 is very much an outside bet
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