Luton Town continue to set the pace in League One, with caretaker manager Mick Harford picking up where former manager Nathan Jones left off, with the Hatters topping the table. five points clear of their nearest rivals Barnsley.
But with Harford unlikely to continue at the helm next season, the Hatters are looking at making a third bid for West Brom assistant head coach Graeme Jones, who is keen to strike out on his own, according to the Sun on Sunday (March 3, Page 61).
So would Jones be a good appointment at Luton?
“It’s not a move I thought they’d make.
“He’s a coach, but a manager?
“Mind you, Nathan Jones had been with the Under 23s and that was about it.
“Still, I think they need someone with more experience.”
“I see no harm in it.
“Mick Harford is there until the end of the season so a new man would be in charge.
“Being a Championship club looks like a more attractive proposition, and the club are looking better placed to be one as the weeks go on.
“When Nathan Jones left they were in and around the top and now look certain to go up.
“It could be a good move if it comes off.”
“I think this is the right move.
“Jones has an impressive CV and would be more than capable of managing Luton in the Championship if they win promotion this year.
“A smart move by the club.”