3 possible replacements if Mick McCarthy leaves Ipswich Town?

  1. Mark Warburton

Mark Warburton is a proven manager who in the long-term, can do a brilliant job in building a club towards where they want to be. Especially at Brentford, who he took from League One to the Play-Offs to get into the Premier League. In Scotland, he got Rangers promoted back into the Scottish Premiership and built the bulk of a side which is doing extremely well north of the border. He did not, however, achieve the expected goals of Nottingham Forest. But if Ipswich decide to let go of McCarthy, Warburton would be an excellent managerial choice.

2. Jaap Stam

After recently being sacked by Reading, Stam is on the lookout for a new job. He knows the Championship well and was incredibly close to guiding the Royals to the Premier League, losing on penalties to Huddersfield Town in the Play-Off Final. He may not achieve instant success if he were to come to Portman Road but would be able to restart his career and build a squad capable of fighting every team in the Championship and guiding the Tractor Boys up the table.

3. Steve Cotterill

Cotterill has been in football management since 1995, and is extremely experienced in the Championship. He has won the Conference, League Two, League One but not the Championship. This could be his opportunity at a big club, with big expectations. His previous job at Birmingham City did not go as well as expected, but the club was in a dire situation and is still in a relegation battle. At a club with more money, better situation, more quality players, Cotterill could do a fantastic job in guiding Ipswich up the league.

Ipswich Town fans would you like to see Mick McCarthy stay on as manager? If not would you take any of the three names above? Let us know in the comments section…

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