Date: 23rd May 2014 at 12:31pm
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Former Celtic midfielder Murdo MacLeod reckons the Glasgow club will find it difficult to lure themselves a new manager from English football.

“There’s so much money down south, the managers are quite happy staying there” – Murdo MacLeod

That follows Neil Lennon yesterday announcing his departure following a
very successful four years in charge at Parkhead.

MacLeod believes even out of work managers such as ex-Manchester United boss David Moyes would be steadfastly holding out for English jobs.

“There’s so much money down south, the managers are quite happy staying there,” he told BBC Radio Scotland. “When you look at the ones that have been mentioned – David Moyes will be looking for another big job in England and I don’t know whether he would come back up to Scotland and manage Celtic. I think he would stay down south.

“I don’t know if Celtic will go down the line of someone just a wee bit different from the normal type of ex-Celtic players,” MacLeod added. “I think they’ll be in line first.”

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