Great News: Birmingham City agree terms with new manager

Liam Rosenior has been shortlisted by Birmingham City for the manager position.
Football Insider has been informed by sources that Liam Rosenior has been shortlisted by Birmingham City as a possible management candidate should the position become available.

Although Tony Mowbray’s condition is thought to be getting better, it is currently thought improbable that he will be back in the dugout for the upcoming season.
The Blues and several other EFL clubs hold Rosenior in high regard because of his work at Hull City and his outstanding assistant management position at Derby County where he worked with Wayne Rooney.
The 39-year-old’s dismissal by the Tigers following his close loss of a spot in the Championship play-offs was met with great surprise.

Rosenior is free to sign, but St Andrew’s bosses will probably have to fight for his signature because Championship teams are interested in having him as their new manager.

Birmingham may be Liam Rosenior. Manager of the city
Birmingham is already trying to arrange everything in case Mowbray is unable to return to his position for the upcoming campaign.
The 60-year-old temporarily resigned as manager of the Blues in February, the team revealed, in order to receive medical attention for an undisclosed illness.

Although Gary Rowett assumed the position temporarily, he was powerless to stop the team from being

Birmingham is currently working behind the scenes to ensure an immediate return to the Championship the following season.

Despite being fired at Hull, Rosenior was nominated for Championship Manager of the Season, so he might be the guy to spearhead that charge.

In his first full season as manager, he guided the Tigers to seventh place in the standings, just three points behind Norwich City.

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