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Eddie Howe followed in Mauricio Pochettino’s footsteps when he was the last jobless manager to showcase himself in football on Monday night

The ex-Bournemouth boss, smartly dressed in a suit and tie, talked about his unique trip to his beloved former club, how he has spent the past few months and why he is in no rush to get back to the dugout

“It took me a long time,” Howe said to Jamie Carragher and David Jones at Sky Sports after being asked how he got used to being outside of management for the first time in 12 years

“I found it so emotionally difficult in the first few weeks because every day you have your love for the club, the job, the players, the staff, and then it is cut off and you have no contact with anyone”


As is customary with high profile managers without a job, Howe has been linked to numerous positions since his split from The Cherries in August

With Neil Lennon feeling the heat at Celtic right now, there’s a growing chorus of support for Howe to pack his bags and venture north of the border should Lennon leave his post at the time of writing, Howe is the favorite with the best chance, while Marco Silva is now a 3/1 shot in front of Gordon Strachan and Jack Ross

At the next Derby Managers Market, at the top of the game, bosses are repeatedly swapping places with the likes of John Terry, Rafa Benitez, Sam Allardyce, Steve McClaren and now Howe, who appear as favorites for the job over the course of the course last 24 hours

Howe can currently be assisted at 2/1 to return to the championship for the first time since leading Bournemouth to promotion in 2014/15

None of the 20 Premier League managers have left yet So if England’s top Howe wants to return he may have to wait and see his time judging by his comments on Monday, however, he is more than willing to wait for the right project to come up

“I made my choice for the good of Bournemouth and myself,” he said when asked why he left the club. “I wanted to be at home and be with my family to see my children grow up , I wanted to learn and develop my knowledge and my skills as a manager

“If I then decide to get back in, if I’m lucky enough to get an opportunity, I’ll do that. But for me, I don’t want to go back just because of that, it would have to be something that really motivated me.” p>

“It’s difficult with lockdown My options for what I imagined have been to watch other people at work and to travel the world to gain knowledge and improve

“It’s a pretty lonely existence doing this and reading at home I’ve always been very interested in improving, whether it’s a person or football ”

Howe held his cards close to his chest, but the passion with which he talked about management was visible to all

It’s unlikely to take too long to step back into the dugout at the moment, Lennon is Celtic manager and predicting who on earth will replace Phillip Cocu in Derby is a real challenge, especially if the potential new owners do not yet exist

Eddie Howe on Monday night football “(Watching) Bournemouth was difficult I had to part with it because the club is so important to me” ❤️🖤📹 @footballdaily #AFCB BildTwittercom / Rw7GmwhreM

In terms of the Premier League, a return to Burnley – should Sean Dyche ever leave – is very unlikely West Brom could be an option if Slaven Bilic is eliminated without a win Despite the club’s bad start, it’s nearly impossible to imagine that Chris Wilder is leaving Sheffield United

Fulham could prove to be an ideal post for Howe, largely given its location. The Cottagers have laid off two managers in each of the last two seasons Current incumbent Scott Parker, however, will be determined to oust his early critics and prove his qualifications as a Premier League manager

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