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World Cup winner Camoranesi linked with Bolton job

A left field choice

Mauro German Camoranesi during the Serie A Football match:... Photo by Alberto Gandolfo/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images

After a weekend of hearing rumours of Gary Bowyer & other familiar names, a new name completely out out of left field has been linked with the Bolton Wanderers job. A World Cup winner.

According to the PA, former Juventus player & 2006 World Cup winner Mauro Camoranesi is interested in becoming the new manager of Bolton Wanderers.

The PA state:

“World Cup winner Mauro Camoranesi is in contention to be the new boss of Bolton, the PA news agency understands.

The 43-year-old, who was part of the Italy team which became world champions in 2006, is currently in charge of Slovenian side Tabor Sezana.

It is understood discussions have taken place regarding Camoranesi succeeding Keith Hill at the Wanderers helm and that he is on a shortlist for the position.”

The 43 year old took charge of his first full managerial role in January with Slovenian side Tabor Sezana.

Another name linked with the managers job today is Steven Reid. The 39 year old former Blackburn Rovers & West Bromwich Albion midfielder has been coaching for the past few years with the likes of Reading, Crystal Palace, AFC Wimbledon, WBA & the Scottish national team.

Do either names excite you or do you want to see someone else take over? Let us know in the comments below.