Charlton Athletic manager Dean Holden is in the running to become Huddersfield’s next manager.
So far at Charlton, Holden has managed just eight matches, winning four and drawing one, seeing the Addicks rise up to 12th in the table and with an outside chance of the play-off places should they maintain their decent form.
Holden was formerly a coach at Stoke City caretaker manager, but, departed having in the aftermath of Michael O’Neill’s sacking earlier on this campaign.
Holden took charge of one game during his time at Stoke, as a caretaker manager of the club between the managerial reigns of O’Neill and Alex Neil - he won this match against Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park via a 1-0 scoreline.
The 42-year-old had worked for Stoke between April 2021 and last August following his sacking as manager of Bristol City where he won 18 of his 41 matches in charge. His other previous experience in the dugout came at Oldham Athletic in 2015 where he oversaw just three wins in 15 games.
Holden is priced at 8/1 to make the switch from Charlton to Huddersfield.