Alan Stubbs linked with Rotherham Unitedby Jack Kitson / 26 May 2016, 10:03Tweet
Alan Stubbs led Hibernian to a stunning 3-2 victory over Rangers in the Scottish Cup last weekend - the club's first success in the competition in a staggering 114-years - however, the 44-year-old could now be set to venture down to England with Championship outfit Rotherham United.
Hibs boss Stubbs has been linked with a number of posts in recent weeks, but after sealing such a stunning cup win it's thought that he's keen to stay put in Scotland as he bids to lead Hibs up to the SPL.
However, on Wednesday Bet Victor sliced Stubbs' odds from a 33/1 outsider down to the evens favourite, and now today (Thursday) the former Everton defender has been shortened once again - 8/11 with Sky Bet - streaking ahead of the likes of former England manager Steve McClaren, Coventry gaffer Tony Mowbray and ex-Blackburn boss Gary Bowyer.
Meanwhile, the 16/1 priced Fulham coach Stuart Gray is also reportedly on Rotherham's radar. Gray previously managed in Yorkshire with Sheffield Wednesday, but the 56-year-old has been working as a Senior Coach with the Cottagers since December, although a return to the managerial arena could now be on the cards.