Football Talk: Rodgers on Villa, Tavernier price tag
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On the list of dream managerial jobs, a position where the last boss had a cabbage thrown at him wouldn't normally rank too highly.
However, Aston Villa are on the hunt for a man to take them back to the Premier League and Thierry Henry has been reported as the frontrunner for the vacancy. There's another name said to be interesting the Villa board though.
Celtic managerBrendan Rodgers ruled himself out of the running, then appeared to rule himself back in, listing the qualities that would make the Villa job attractive to anyone. The longer the job goes unfilled, the more the speculation will grow.
Over at Rangers, Steven Gerrard celebrated a 3-1 win over table-topping Hearts by putting all his players up for sale. Well, not exactly. The Ibrox boss said every player had their price but anyone wanting to prise James Tavernier away would have to come up with serious money.
Elsewhere, Robbie Neilson looks set to be Dundee United's next manager, Hibs have shown they're taking strides off the park as well as on it, while it's been revealed that Derek McInnes will read a bedtime story to thousands of people in December.