Tony Mowbray linked with Rotherham Unitedby Jack Kitson / 30 November 2016, 10:31Tweet
Rotherham United are currently on the hunt for their sixth manager since the start of the 2015/16 season following Monday's shock departure of Kenny Jackett.
Jackett, who was only appointed in October, lasted just 39 days and five games before calling it quits after picking up just one point from a possible 15.
Tony Mowbray emerged as the hot odds-on favourite and the former Coventry City boss can still be found at the top of the betting, although he faces stiff competition from Rotherham's caretaker boss Paul Warne, who can be found at 6/4 with Sky Bet.
Meanwhile, the Yorkshire outfit look set to miss out on Hearts boss Robbie Neilson who looks to be on his way to League One side MK Dons.
Back in September Mowbray decided to step down from his position at Coventry, but if rumours are to be believed he could now be set to return to the the dugout.
Mowbray was linked with the Millers in the summer following the departure of Neil Warnock, however the position was given to (then Hibernian manager) Alan Stubbs, who went on to last just 14 matches at the helm.
Whoever replaces Jackett will have a huge task on their hands with Rotherham rock-bottom of the Championship, 11 points adrift off safety and without a win in a whopping 14 games.