Date:Saturday January 28 2006
Just a little, perhaps wishful, thinking but how about a Neil Lennon/Steve Walsh Leicester City managerial partnership?
The two Leicester legends might just be a dream ticket and could surely work a painless transition with people already on the staff or with senior men like Dion Dublin.
Walsh was reportedly recognised passing through arrivals at East Midlands airport this week and will presumably be at the City/Southampton match.
Lennon has already indicated, through his agent, that he loves Leicester and is certainly interested in the manager's job.
Two legends instead of one, two of the most inspirational footballers in our history teaming up to put the Leicester City show firmly back on the road.
Neither have managerial experience I know. But so what? Rob Kelly has had a bit of experience and knows the current squad. Levein had loads of experience and a fat lot of use that was.
Others high on the favourites list have hardly had glittering previous history.
Put the Lennon/Walsh combination to a fans vote and it would make an interesting read for sure.
And we'd get a player out of it, and one who is presently enjoying his best ever season in a Celtic shirt according to current reports.
Communiation is rapid these days. Would anyone bet that Lennon and Walsh have not been in touch with each other?.
What stronger link could be forged from the glorious days of Martin O'Neil and what greater catalyst could there be for galvanizing the fans?
The more I think about it the more exciting it seems.
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