Date: 21st December 2007 at 2:20pm
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Forest midfielder Neil Lennon is interested in the vacant managers job at Hibernian according to reports on the BBC. John Collins shocked the Scottish Premier club yesterday with his resignation.

This is not the first managerial job that Lennon has been linked with since his arrival at the City Ground. Earlier in the season he was supposedly on his way to Dunfermline, but opted to stay.

Maybe a move North of the border would be more suited to him now, since the much reported ‘family issues’ problem arose. Lennon pledged his future to the Reds after sorting out problems in his family life and said he was glad to be back in Nottingham. He has been left out of the side recently and has made public his surprise at it. If he is unhappy at being left out, then maybe it would make the job at Hibs all the more appealing.

It looks as though Lennon could have competition for the job though, in Falkirk head coach John Hughes who is a former defender at the Easter Road club. Whatever happens, this won’t be the last job Neil Lennon is linked with.