Date: 25th May 2016 at 9:16am
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As the Millers are supposedly closing in on the new Manager it would seem that the bookies are now making former Celtic Manager Tony Mowbray favourite to take over.

Beginning his playing career with Middlesbrough, Mowbray went on to play for Celtic and Ipswich Town while getting caps for the England B side.

Mowbray has been managing since 2002 when he took over as caretaker at Ipswich Town when George Burley was given the push and went on to manage in Scotland with Hibernian and Celtic as well as in England at West Brom, Middlesbrough and Coventry City where he took over in March 2015 and managed to secure League One football for them.

His other accolades include leading West Brom to the 2007/8 Championship champions and twice winning the Championship Manager of the Month.

So, looking at his CV it certainly seems to tick all the boxes that Millers Chairman Tony Stewart wants but has he got the charisma that the likes of Steve Evans and Neil Warnock have? For me that would have to be a ‘no’. But does that matter?

Thoughts anyone?

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