With Roy Keane asking not to be considered for the role of Celtic manager, it wasn't going to be long before the next list of potential managers was drawn up, and it's turned up a surprise favourite.
Former West Brom boss Steve Clarke has become the favourite for the role, despite ex-player and former Cardiff boss Malky Mackay being thought of as Keane's alternative.
Clarke, 50, is best known for his time at West Brom, where he was fired in December, but was also the assistant manager at Chelsea under Jose Mourinho, as well as at Liverpool and West Ham.
A number of other possibilities remain, with ex-players Jackie McNamara and Henrik Larsson also residing in the bookmaker's top 5, but these are to be taken with a grain of salt, as shorts-wearing shouty-man Owen Coyle remains in third place.
hat-tip: The Irish Examiner