Ronny Deila to leave Celtic at the end of the seasonby Jack Kitson / 20 April 2016, 11:00Tweet
Celtic have confirmed that manager Ronny Deila will leave the club at the end of the season. The Norwegian has been under immense pressure since the Hoops were booted out of the Scottish FA Cup by fierce rivals Rangers, leaving the SPL title as their only remaining chance of silverware this term.
The timing of the announcement is undoubtedly questionable, with five games of the season still remaining. Although, the Hoops are still the overwhelmingly hot 1/100 favourites to go on and hoist their fifth successive SPL title, and 47th in their history, with the club eight points clear at the summit.
Attention will immediately turn to the Next Celtic Manager Market, which currently features a whole host of high profile gaffers at the top of the betting. The odds are changing as we write, but the main contenders at this stage include former Man Utd boss David Moyes, ex-Hoops gaffer Neil Lennon, Roy Keane, Brendan Rodgers, Owen Coyle, and Michael O'Neill.