All Whites coach Anthony Hudson among candidates for vacant Norwich City role - report
All Whites coach Anthony Hudson has been tipped as one of five candidates to take the reins of English Championship football side Norwich City.
The Canaries were relegated from the Premier League at the end of last season and had hopes of gaining promotion in the Championship this year.
However, with the team struggling to find any consistency through the season, the club decided to part ways with manager Alex Neil in early March.
Norwich sat eight points outside the playoff spots with nine games left in the season and would be looking to make a late push to jump into the top six.
And it seems Hudson is among the five names in the mix to help them get there, along with ex-England manager Roy Hodgson, former Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew, Nigel Pearson and Alan Irvine.
The Sun reported that Norwich had already held informal talking with Hudson's representatives about the role, however, Hodgson and Pardew appeared to be the front-runners to land the job.
It's not the first position in the Championship Hudson's name had been linked to recently, with reported interest also from Derby County last year.