Latest updates has emerged regarding managerial position at Sheffield Wednesday with former Scottish side coach in line…

Former Rangers manager Michael Beale is expressing interest in the vacant managerial position at Sheffield Wednesday.

Beale, who left his role at Rangers, is eager to return to management and sees the Sheffield Wednesday job as a potential opportunity.

Beale, a highly-rated coach, was part of the Rangers coaching staff when they won the league in 2021. He briefly took on his first managerial role with QPR but left controversially to manage Rangers. However, his tenure at Rangers was unsuccessful, leading to his recent dismissal.

Beale is now looking to rebuild his coaching career and dispel the negative impression from his time at Rangers. Sun journalist Alan Nixon confirmed Beale’s interest in speaking to Sheffield Wednesday about their vacant managerial position following Xisco Munoz’s departure.

Sheffield Wednesday has had a challenging start to the season, going winless in 11 games and falling seven points behind safety. Beale’s potential appointment is intriguing, as he is known for his tactical coaching abilities, which could benefit Wednesday. His previous success with QPR in the Championship is also a positive point. However, concerns linger about his ability to handle the pressure of managing a big club like Sheffield Wednesday and the toll his time at Rangers may have taken on him.

The focus for Sheffield Wednesday now is on finding the right candidate during the international break, as they prepare to face Watford on October 21.

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