By Chris Wright
According to a report in today’s Daily Mirror, Fulham are poised to open talks with former fan’s favourite Lee Clark over succeeding Roy Hodgson at the Craven Cottage helm.
Clark is currently in charge at League One side Huddersfield and, pending permission from Terriers chairman Dean Hoyle, could be interviewed for the vacant post at some point in the next 48 hours.
Alan Curbishley and Mark Hughes are both being mooted as other potential candidates, but 37-year-old Clark is being tipped (by The Mirror at least) as the favourite to take the job.
Shrewd? Potentially disasterous? You decide!