Bolton Wanderers are in the news for the skills of some of its best players.
Even if they are not currently with the team, they are definitely in demand. Alan Stubbs, a former player of Bolton Wanderers, is being considered to become the boss of Blackburn Rovers. Being considered for a managerial position surely deems well for this former player. Rovers have been considering several successors for the managerial position which would be vacated by Paul Lambert. Stubs, who is currently managing Hibs, is also being considered for the position.
The Wanderers are also looking for a new boss. They have appointed Jimmy Philips as the interim manager since the month of March. Stubbs has put in about 202 appearances for the Whites team. He scored about nine goals in the period between 1990 and 1996. He also had stints with clubs like Derby County, Sunderland, Everton and Celtic. He has been appointed with Hibernian from the year 2014. Having guided the Edinburgh team to second as well as third places in Scottish Championship, it can be counted as one of his achievements.
This is a coincidence as the Rovers club is also looking to get promoted to Scottish Premiership. There would be playoffs held in the coming weekend against Rangers team. The team has to step up their act as they lost out in the Scottish League Cup when they played against Ross County in the month of March.
Stubbs has to finish another year with Hibs as per his contract. He is currently focusing on helping the football club have a good finish as the current season draws to a close. He wants to be successful in his job and to be sure that his current assignment finishes on a high. He feels that if he does his job well then he would receive more offers.