Dundee United’s manager search took another twist today when Alan Stubbs re-emerged as a strong candidate with punters.
Heavy betting on the former Hibs boss saw his odds slashed from 16/1 to 7/4 in the space of an hour over lunch-time.
And there were rumours the 46-year-old had been offered the job.
All that was despite the fact just a week ago he ruled himself out of the running during a live television interview.
Ex-Hearts manager Csaba Laszlo remains favourite to succeed Ray McKinnon and United are expected to make an announcement in the next day or so.
We’ll have all the latest from Tannadice in today’s Evening Telegraph.