Former Hull City boss Nick Barmby linked with Burnley job
FORMER Hull City manager Nick Barmby has been a surprise name to emerge on the candidates list for the manager's job at Burnley.
Barmby has been out of football since his surprise sacking at the Tigers at the end of last season.
The Tigers legend recently resolved all differences with owners Assem and Ehab Allam after a period of dispute and, according to reports in the Lancashire, he could be interested in returning to a managerial position.
Barmby is joined by another former City boss, Warren Joyce, on the growing list of names being touted.
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He was first interviewed, and initially accepted, a deal to join the Tigers last November, after Nigel Pearson departed to Leicester.
However, he eventually withdrew his interest having being persuaded to remain in charge of Manchester United's reserves.
Former Wolves boss Mick McCarthy is the bookmakers' favourite to replace Eddie Howe, whilst Michael Appleton is believed to be high on the board's list of targets.
Steve Davis, the current Crewe manager, is also believed to be of interest to the Burnley hierarchy, but at present long-serving youth coach Terry Pashley is in charge.