Rotherham United lure Alan Stubbs from Hibernianby Jack Kitson / 31 May 2016, 21:17Tweet
Rotherham United have appointed Alan Stubbs on a three-year deal after agreeing compensation with a reluctant Hibernian.
For the last week Stubbs has been hotly linked with the Championship post - which was vacated by Neil Warnock - alongside Coventry City manager Tony Mowbray, and the and the out-of-work duo of Steve McClaren and Gary Bowyer.
However, it's Stubbs, 44, who impressed during the interview process, and he now makes the voyage down to Yorkshire, leaving Scottish club Hibernian after two years in charge.
The decision was undoubtedly a tough one considering that Stubbs had only recently led Hibs to their first Scottish Cup in a staggering 114 years, but it's one he hopes will ultimately be successful as he bids to test himself in England for the first time in his managerial career.