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Plenty of Hearts and Hibs Fans Are Already Eyeing Jack Ross as Their Next Manager

Plenty of Hearts and Hibs Fans Are Already Eyeing Jack Ross as Their Next Manager

Jack Ross has been sacked by Sunderland this afternoon – and there’s plenty of Hearts and Hibs supporters who are already hoping he could be their club’s next manager.

Ex-St Mirren boss Ross has been shown the door at the Stadium of Light after just under 18 months in charge, and has paid the price for a slow start to the current League One season.

After losing last season’s playoff final to reach the Championship, Sunderland are currently sixth in England’s top-flight, and the Black Cats’ chairman Stewart Donald revealed Ross’s dismissal in statement today.

Of course, both Hearts and Hibs already have managers, and Ross has only been unemployed for a couple of hours – but it seems there’s already plenty of gossip in Edinburgh:

Do you think Jack Ross will end up replacing either Craig Levein at Tynecastle or Paul Heckingbottom at Easter Road any time soon?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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