Former Bournemouth coach Eddie Howe made his first choice to replace Neil Lennon as head coach after positive talks, and Howe, who is understood to be considering a number of options as he prepares to return to football, has met Celtic representatives, including major contributor Dermot. Desmond, earlier this week in London. The former Bournemouth coach has yet to decide whether he would like to move to Glasgow, but it is believed that the talks went smoothly, Celtic is keen to set a date as soon as possible, and he believes that the Celtic hierarchy has liked Hui, and can suggest a package that might entice him to return to Management, Hoops has been tied to a number of high-profile candidates since Lennon left the club in February, with JFK appointed as interim manager in the meantime. PHOTO: Howe led Bournemouth from the second league to the Premier League Earlier on Thursday, Kennedy said he was not given any timetable for the arrival of a new manager or head coach. Celtic is also looking to fill another vacancy in the football division in the coming weeks, after football chief Nick Hammond resigned on Wednesday. The club is set to make summer repairs on a number of levels; Captain Scott Brown will leave as a player and coach for Aberdeen at the end of the season, while CEO Peter Lowell will step down at the end of June to be replaced by Dominic MacKay of the Scottish Rugby Union. : You can’t get away from a draw at Celtic 0:34 Former Celtic midfielder Paul Lambert said that Eddie Howe has the “pedigree” needed to take on the vacant managerial role at Parkhead, even if he has to get used to winning every week former Celtic midfielder Paul Lambert On Sky Sports: “I think everyone who goes to Celtic has a big mission. It’s a great football club, it’s my world and it has pressure with it.” If Eddie gets the job, I think he’s in good shape. He will know he must win matches, you won’t get away with many draws. “There are a lot of candidates for a great job, but whoever gets it knows they have to win every week.” Doesn’t matter Howe is not a fan of the club; Celtic fans have always seen the team win. You won’t get a year or two of grace, you have to win, but that’s the nature of the club and that’s what makes it such a special club. Anyone who has run or played there will tell you the same thing. “It doesn’t matter if Barcelona or Bayern Munich come into town, you have to win. But whoever gets it straight, it will have a great time, great. If you finish second, it will almost be last, and Celtic fans will tell you.” This gives him the opportunity with her. ”Stubbs supports Howe on the post 0:55 And former Celtic defender Alan Stubbs advised Eddie Howe to replace former Celtic defender Alan Stubbs on Sky Sports News:“ The club should look forward and build, because Rangers Is gaining momentum. They have been very good this season and Celtic are facing a huge challenge at their hands. “It’s very important, the date they set. Looking at all the candidates out there right now, Eddie Howe jumps out as the best.” I think he’s a very good coach, he’s done really well in Bournemouth by keeping them in the Premier League. ”At the moment, with a list. The names out there, Eddie Howe would be the one for me. ” Howe in November: I’m not going back for it – In November, Eddie Howe was playing Monday Night Football and revealed what he might be tempted to return to management. Celtic fans, do you want him to become the new boss of Parkhead? 👇 pic.twitter.com/pzM8p71gmn— Sky Sports Scotland (ScotlandSky) 2 April 2021 Eddie Howe speaking on Monday Football Night in November: “I wanted to be at home with my family, I wanted to see my kids grow up.” I wanted to learn and develop My knowledge and abilities as a manager, and then if I decide to come back, or if I am lucky enough to give me a chance, I will do so. “I don’t want to come back just for that, it must be something that really motivated me.” View from Scotland 1:34 “State of mind” Celtic “Paul John Dicks says Eddie Howe would be a good date with Celtic fans and reveals why he could be so successful. Captain Hamilton Brian Easton, who played under Eddie Howe at Burnley, thinks the manager will deal with the old team, saying,” If you haven’t already You pat it or not participate in it as a player or coach, I don’t think you can really prepare yourself for it. “I don’t think it’s going to end Do you want it or anything else, but I’m sure if you asked Steven Gerrard about it, it probably couldn’t be He has fully prepared himself for what old and Scottish football was. But I don’t think it’d be a problem managing that, though. “He was still fairly new to management, and he didn’t have that much time when he came to Burnley but looking at his interviews and training clips, it didn’t seem like he had changed much.” His mood was really good. He won’t lose plot or anything like that but he won’t mess around. If you needed that arm around the shoulder, he would give it to you but it was always in a straight line. “I think he supported her with the way he trained. If he was telling you things weren’t good enough, he would stay with you after training and work on some things with you and he had a good coaching team behind him.” So he is a good working coach and manager, I think he is very good. Picture: Graham Alexander now runs Motherwell in the Scottish Premier League. Eddie Howe has ended Graham Alexander’s career in Burnley, but Motherwell’s boss has seen enough of him to know he will do a “great job” at Celtic Park: “His reputation is not fake, it’s based on results and success. At different levels. “It would be a different challenge for him. Maybe Burnley found a different challenge than he did in Bournemouth, and wherever he went next, and certainly Celtic, it would be a different challenge than he had faced before.” But quality managers like him always adapt to Situation A and find the best. “He’s worked with younger players in the past, and I think he had to at Bournemouth in the early days, but he had a really good hit with them and he kept on with that idea.” He worked at the top level in the Premier League in England, which kept Bournemouth awake until last season. “Whoever club he’ll hire next, and decide to go there, you pretty much know he’s going to do an excellent job.” But it’s clear that the standards at Celtic and Rangers are pretty extreme, so that’s a challenge for any manager who takes on one of these jobs. “Analysis: What should the next Celtic boss do? 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