The rumour mill is once again churning as the managerial roundabout keeps on turning.
The latest product of said roundabout is the transfer of Lincoln manager Danny Cowley to Huddersfield to replace the departed Jan Siewert.
In fact, according to reports…
Cowley is set to take charge of the Terriers as soon as today, leaving a side that he has managed two promotions guiding the side from non-league back into the Football League. Where he then guided the Imps to seventh before the next season catapulting them into League One.
Not only that but Lincoln became the first non-league club to reach the quarter-final of the FA Cup in over a century. Before being knocked out by Premier League outfit Arsenal in a 5-0 loss.
Cowley could be forgiven for being pessimistic about the move as the pressure will be on to turn around the fortunes of a seriously struggling side who sit 23rd in the Championship with no wins and only Stoke City below them on goal difference.
Stoke City can be a prime example for how such a move could not benefit the Lincoln boss.
Nathan Jones left Luton Town in a similar position to the one Lincoln are in under Cowley now to take the job in the Potteries, but has since struggled only winning three league games in 26.
Either way as Cowley looks set to take the hot seat at the John Smiths Stadium, it will be interesting to see how he fairs in turning around the sinking ship.