Celtic do appear to have their future sorted in terms of a manager. Brendan Rodgers was brought back in the summer for a second stint in the Parkhead hot seat and it is hard to imagine that the Hoops would choose to part ways with the Northern Irishman anytime soon, unless something completely unexpected happens.
Things are not as smooth for several other clubs across the Scottish Premiership though. We recently saw the Rangers appoint their fourth manager in the space of two years, by bringing in Philippe Clement.
A lot is made about the pressure on the managers at Parkhead and Ibrox. But things are not much better at other clubs in the Scottish top flight.
How many Scottish clubs change managers every season? Way too many for them to have a long-term project.
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To be fair to Ross County, Malky Mackay had been at the club since 2021. He became the latest Premiership manager to be shown the exit door though.
As a result, Ross County find themselves in search of a new manager, as they try to avoid relegation. And according to bookies, Scott Brown is one of the names leading the race for the job.
Brown started his coaching career in the Premiership with a player-coach role at Aberdeen. That did not last long. He would then call time on his playing career and became the manager of Fleetwood Town in the English League One last season, and enjoyed some success there for sure.
Fleetwood Town’s position in the League One table improved in Brown’s debut season as manager. They also had their best-ever FA Cup campaign.
But they did not make a good start to this season and Fleetwood Town parted ways with Brown in early September itself. Could Broony’s next job be in the Premiership?