TONY MOWBRAY is the even money favourite with Ladbrokes to replace sacked Middlesbrough manager Gordon Strachan.
Paul Ince can be backed at 14-1 with old Riverside favourite Juninho the 50-1 outsider.
Mogga was a legendary Boro player who would be welcomed back to the club by fans but Boro chairman has a shortlist and won't be rushed into making a decision.
One problem for Mowbray is ex-Celtic players such as Scott McDonald, Stephen McManus and Barry Robson are at the Riverside after he decided they had no future at Parkhead.
Ironically Mowbray replaced Strachan at Celtic but flopped with the Parkhead giants after earning a decent reputation in charge of Hibs and West Brom.
Phil Brown is second favourite at 5-1 ahead of 6-1 Alan Curbishley and 8-1 Alan Pardew. And the Hull boss, who comes from the north-east, must be in with a shout.
Meanwhile, one post filled yesterday was at Hibs with former Northampton and Nottm Forest boss Colin Calderwood beating off 104 other contenders.
The ex-Scotland international has quit as Newcastle coach to move to Edinburgh and William Hill go 9-1 he will bring the Scottish Cup to the club after a 108-year wait.
Hibs are 4-1 with William Hill to lift the Co-op Cup under Calderwood, 11-4 with William Hill to have a top-four finish with the new man in charge and 5-6 with McBookie.com to finish in the top six this season which should be the case.
McBookie.com make Hibs 5-1 to win any major trophy during Calderwood's reign.