FORMER Hibs and Celtic boss Tony Mowbray has been linked with a shock managerial return with Championship strugglers Rotherham.
Ironically, Alan Stubbs, like Mowbray an ex-Hoops defender and Hibs gaffer, was sacked only four months after taking the role in the summer after quitting the Scottish Cup winners.
Now the Millers are searching for their fifth boss in just 10 months following the shock resignation of Stubbs’ successor Kenny Jackett, with the club 11 points adrift at the foot of the league.
Neil Redfearn and Neil Warnock, as well as Stubbs and Jackett, have all been in charge of the team this year and Mowbray could be next in line.
The 53-year-old Englishman, who has also managed West Brom and Middlesbrough, has been out of work since leaving Coventry City in September.
Mowbray had earlier replaced former Hearts and Celtic centre-half Steven Pressley at the Sky Blues in March last year.