Brendan Rodgers and David Moyes are the two men Fulham fans would most like to see in the Craven Cottage dugout, according to a GetWestLondon poll.
Whites supporters have been voting in our online survey for who they want to see replace Kit Symons following his sacking in the wake of Saturday’s crushing defeat by Birmingham.
As of this lunchtime, former Liverpool boss Rodgers was top of the list with 27.8 per cent of the total votes received by GetWestLondon so far.
That puts him just ahead of ex-Manchester United manager Moyes, who was this week given the boot by Spanish strugglers Real Sociedad a day short of his one-year anniversary at the club, on 25.6 per cent.
Fulham could struggle to attract both managers given their recent experience at clubs playing Champions League football.
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However, Northern Irishman Rodgers has sparked rumours of a west London move after being spotted in the capital earlier this week.
He has even been touted as a possible caretaker manager for Chelsea if Roman Abramovich decides time is up for under-pressure Jose Mourinho and was seen close to the club’s training ground yesterday.
The bookies have priced the 42-year-old former Reading and Swansea City manager at 33-1 for the Whites hotseat.
Scotsman Moyes, who needs to rebuild his reputation after two failed jobs with the Red Devils and Sociedad, is higher up their list and comes in at third favourite for the position at 8-1.
His ill-fated stint as Sir Alex Ferguson’s replacement at Old Trafford saw him come in for heavy criticism and saw him move abroad to try and work his way back into management.
Your third choice for the Fulham job is Nigel Pearson, who is also in the running to replace Chris Ramsey at QPR , with 18.1 per cent of polled fans expressing a desire for him to take the reins.
Pearson is out of work since being sacked by Leicester despite guiding the Foxes to Premier League safety and no compensation would be required to tie him down to a contract.
He is the bookies favourite at 2-1, along with Burton chief Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink.
Fulham have confirmed they intend to have a new boss in place before the conclusion of the international break and announcement could be made as soon as this weekend.
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