Matt Taylor’s reign as Rotherham United manager has come to an end – but who will succeed him?
They haven’t won away all season and did so only twice under Taylor, who was appointed last October and saved them from relegation from the second tier last term.
Rotherham now have two weeks before their next game and time on their hands to decide on a successor.
There are no fewer than THREE former managers on the list.
1. Neil Warnock - 5/1
Has saved Rotherham United once before, would the now out-of-work former Huddersfield manager do it again? (Picture: Matt McNulty/Getty Images) Photo: Matt McNulty
2. Karl Robinson - 8/1
Robinson was recently assistant to Sam Allardyce in his four-game stint at Leeds United. Good EFL pedigree (Picture: Stu Forster/Getty Images) Photo: Stu Forster
3. Gareth Ainsworth - 10/1
Sacked by Rotherham's Championship relegation rivals QPR but did a good job at Wycombe (Picture: Getty Images) Photo: Andrew Redington
4. John Eustace - 10/1
Eustace is out of work after being harshly sacked by Birmingham City in his first job in management (Picture: Getty Images) Photo: Matt McNulty