FORMER Scotland boss Gordon Strachan could be poised for a sensational return as Hibs manager.

According to one report, the Easter Road side are about to sound out the ex-Celtic gaffer about taking over from Neil Lennon.

The Irishman looks to be on his way out at the Edinburgh club following his suspension on Friday, as Scotzine reported at the weekend.

Lennon, another former Hoops chief, has been told to stay away from the club following a heated team meeting that left striker Florian Kamberi threatening to quit.

Strachan has been out of the game since leaving as the international manager in October 2017, but has since said he has one more big project left in him – if the right opportunity arises.

Hibs, with Eddie May in charge, got back to winning ways in Lennon’s absence yesterday as they came from behind to beat St Mirren 3-1 in Paisley.


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Acclaimed author Alex Gordon wrote the biography of Scotland international legend Denis Law, entitled 'King and Country'. He is a former columnist with World Soccer magazine and Scottish correspondent of respected European journal L'Equipe.

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