It has been reported that Uwe Rösler is set to become Bradford City’s next manager, according to the print edition of The Sun via HITC Sport.
Following the news that Bradford City is set to be taken over by a German consortium, It has now been reported that the new owners will look to bring in Uwe Rösler to replace Phil Parkinson.
It could be an unpopular decision as Parkinson has had success with Bradford as he helped Bradford reach the League Cup final and an FA Cup quarter final.
Domestically, Parkinson helped Bradford gain promotion from League Two.
Even this season, Parkinson led Bradford to a fifth place finish.
However after the disappointment of Bradford City failing to surpass the challenge of Millwall in the League One play-off semi-final, it appears that Parkinson’s time as Bradford City manager could well be up.
Bradford’s new owners Edin Rahic and Stefan Rupp are believed to be wanting to bring in their own man for the new season, and Uwe Rösler as a compatriot of the new owners could help to forge a good partnership between the management staff and the owners.
Bradford City fans, how do you feel about the news? Will you be disappointed to see Phil Parkinson leave if he does leave? How do you feel Rösler will fare? Could he help Bradford City get promoted? Let us hear your thoughts and opinions in the comment section below!