There has been a lot of talk about the managerial situation at Celtic lately. With Ange Postecoglou leaving, the club went out and brought back Brendan Rodgers. The Northern Irishman was given a better welcome than most would have expected, considering the manner in which he departed the first time around. The hope was that things would go smoothly for the Hoops at least domestically.
That has not been the case. Celtic have been flat and never gotten out of second gear. And questions are already been asked about whether the club made a mistake bringing back Rodgers.
On the other hand, it looks like two Celtic heroes are in the running for a vacant Championship job right now. As reported by the Daily Record, Queen's Park are interested in talking to Scott Brown and Charlie Mulgrew over the managerial post.
Queen's Park are currently struggling in the Scottish Championship and sit at 8th in the table. Thus, it will be a tough challenge for whoever ends up getting the job in the future.
Scottish club eyeing two Celtic heroes as next manager
Brown is without a club at the moment. He impressed during his debut campaign as a manager with Fleetwood Town, as they improved in league competition and had their best FA Cup run in history. But the start to this campaign was not great, and he was shown the exit door.
On the other hand, Mulgrew has not managed a club yet. It was just earlier this year that he announced his retirement from the game. His last spell was at Dundee United.
It will be interesting to see if either Brown or Mulgrew end up in the Queen's Park managerial hot seat. The former has been linked with the vacant Sunderland job lately as well.