Bradford boss Stuart McCall has rubbished rumours linking him with the vacant managerial position at Hearts as “a load of tosh.”
Speaking to the Bradford City official website, McCall, who has been in charge at Valley Parade for little more than a year, said he knew nothing about an approach from Hearts. “The only link I can possibly think of is that Campbell Ogilvie, the Hearts chief executive, used to be secretary at Rangers,” said McCall. He added: “He’s a real football man and a real gentleman and whether people are looking at that as the connection, I don’t know. But I’ve not heard anything at all and I don’t expect to. I’m happy with the job I want to do here.”
McCall is the latest, along with Ian Holloway, in a long list of names that have either been linked to, interviewed, or have rejected the job of manager at Hearts. The search continues.
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