It has been reported by the Telegraph that Sol Campbell set to be interviewed by Ipswich Town as the Championship club search for Mick McCarthy’s successor.
A number of reports suggest the 43-year-old has been put forward as a potential candidate by former Spurs boss David Pleat.
Campbell has been recommended to Ipswich’s board and is expected to hold talks over the job in the next few weeks.
Campbell was recently interviewed by Oxford United. He insisted he is “intelligent enough” to make an impact at that level and has rejected his lack of experience for being the reason not to hand him a first managerial job. He was also linked with the Grimsby Town job.
Various reports have linked Ipswich with former West Ham and Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp, current Portsmouth gaffer Kenny Jackett, Lincoln City brothers Danny and Nicky Cowley (who have yesterday signed a new contract), former Derby and Newcastle manager Steve McClaren and Sunderland’s former Wales man Chris Coleman.
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