Bolton Wanderers will face a rebuilding job over the next few months ahead of next season, with the Trotters having been relegated from League One following the vote to end the regular campaign.
The club have now confirmed that both manager Keith Hill and his assistant David Flitcroft will be leaving their positions at the end of their contracts, which expire at the end of June, with pair having had to try and galvanize a side that started the campaign with a 12 point deduction.
The Trotters will now be needing to look to the future and try and find the right type of manager to help them get up and running next season in the English fourth tier, and it will be very important that they make the right appointment as they look to get the club heading back in the right direction.
Any new manager that comes into Bolton will be likely faced with the task of refreshing the squad on a tight budget and be needing to try and identify the right players to help the club get to grips with life in League Two next term.
Here then, we take a look at FIVE managers that Bolton should potentially be considering to replace Hill…