Blackburn Rovers manager Tony Mowbray and Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes are being linked with the vacant West Bromwich Albion job.
Tony Mowbray is reportedly being eyed by former club West Bromwich Albion as they look for their next permanent manager.
The Blackburn Rovers manager is reportedly being considered by old club West Bromwich Albion.
West Bromwich Albion are tempted to try and lure Tony Mowbray back to The Hawthorns during the summer.
The former Ipswich Town defender is currently employed as manager of Blackburn Rovers.
Tony Mowbray and Shefki Kuqi - both of whom have ties to Blackburn Rovers and Ipswich Town - are among the leading contenders to succeed Mick McCarthy.
Armstrong has found form again at Blackburn, meaning both they and Premier League club Newcastle United should be keen for a longer term deal.
Newcastle United hitman Adam Armstrong enhanced his reputation by scoring twice on loan for Blackburn on Tuesday.
The Blackburn Rovers skipper was injured early on in the weekend's draw against Northampton Town.
Leeds United loanee Marcus Antonsson has starred for Blackburn Rovers this season.
League football returned to Ewood Park as if it had never been away. But Blackburn Rovers, Premier League champions of 1995, found themselves in the unusual surroundings of League One on Saturday, losing 3-1 to Doncaster Rovers, who came in by the other door. After two degrees of separation the only familiarity for Blackburn was defeat.
Last-day drama is nothing new to Tony Mowbray, though having kept Coventry City in League One with a win on the final day of the season at Crawley Town two years ago, the now Blackburn Rovers manager remembers surprisingly little of it.
The former Celtic and Middlesbrough manager has picked up a win and a draw from his first two games in charge of Blackburn Rovers.