Leeds United are one of the biggest clubs of England, but in recent days two managers have turned down the chance to manage the first team.
MK Dons will play in League One next season and so will Rovers, and it is interesting that both Robinson and Clarke turned down the chance to manage a big club like Leeds in the Championship.
Managing an historic club like Leeds with a fanbase big enough to compete with a Premier League team is an honour, but it seems that the West Yorkshire outfit are not attractive even to those working in League One.
Have Leeds lost the attraction they had? Probably not. Perhaps it has more to do with Cellino being in charge of Leeds at the moment.
The Italian entrepreneur is known to hire and fire managers frequently, and maybe managers who are in secure jobs have realised that.
There is no point in working with the constant fear of getting sacked, and perhaps that is the reason why Robinson and Clarke have turned down the Leeds offer.
It is hard to see Cellino being able to tempt a high-profile manager who is already in a job. The Italian entrepreneur will have to look at someone who is without a managerial job at the moment or just stick with Steve Evans, whose current contract runs out at the end of next month.