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Sheffield Wednesday chairman Milan Mandaric has confirmed Neil Warnock is on a five-man shortlist to replace Dave Jones as the club's manager.
The prospect of Warnock, a lifelong Sheffield United fan, becoming the club's sixth boss in seven years is sure to divide opinion among Owls fans.
Warnock, 65, was derided by Owls supporters during his eight-year spell as Blades manager from 1999, but Mandaric insisted whoever he chose to succeed Jones, sacked at the weekend, would be in the club's best interests.
Jones' assistant Stuart Gray took charge of the side for Tuesday night's shock 2-1 win over Leicester and has not been ruled out altogether by Mandaric, but is not on the shortlist.
"Stuart is a very good coach, we are very lucky to have him there so it gives us time and an opportunity to take our time in bringing in the proper person rather than rush,"said Mandaric.
"Of course, there is no ruling out and there is some possibility if Stuart can take us on a run."
Asked if Warnock was amongst the candidates to take over, Mandaric added: "Yes he is, but it does not mean that he will be our manager. There are four or five names on that (shortlist) and he is one of them. "
Defender Glenn Loovens has received international clearance, and is available for selection for Sheffield Wednesday against Leicester on Tuesday night. The Dutch defender was a free agent after leaving Real Zaragoza in June.
The clash will be the club's first fixture without manager Dave Jones, who was sacked at the weekend.
First team coach, Stuart Gray, will take charge of the team until a successor is found.
Lewis Buxton (groin) will be assessed ahead of the game after being withdrawn from the action at Blackpool with ten minutes left to play, as will Reda Johnson and Michail Antonio who both missed out at Bloomfield Road.
Matty Fryatt has returned to parent club Hull City, while Kamil Zayatte and Martin Taylor (both ankle) remain sidelined.
Matty Fryatt has returned to Hull from his loan spell with Championship side Sheffield Wednesday.
Fryatt, who scored four times in seven starts for the Owls, will now be available for selection for the Tigers’ trip to Arsenal on Wednesday.
Sheffield Wednesday chairman Milan Mandaric believes only someone with a "winning attitude" can help propel the Owls to safety this season.
After looking at a return of one win from 16 Sky Bet Championship matches, Mandaric claims he had "to do what is best for the club" by sacking Dave Jones on Sunday.
Coach Stuart Gray has been placed in caretaker charge for Tuesday's clash with table-topping Leicester at Hillsborough.
Although former England Under-21 boss Stuart Pearce has been linked with the vacancy, Mandaric claims there is no obvious candidate.
Dave Jones has been sacked as manager of Sheffield Wednesday.
The Owls fell to a third successive defeat as they went down 2-0 at Blackpool on Saturday and currently sit second from bottom in the Championship table, above Barnsley merely by goal difference.
Jones has led the South Yorkshire club to just one win from their 17 matches in all competitions this season and has now paid the price for that dismal record.
Sheffield Wednesday have announced the sacking of manager Dave Jones on the club's official Twitter feed.
Barnsley have sacked manager David Flitcroft after their 3-0 home defeat to Birmingham sent them sliding to the bottom of the Sky Bet Championship.
The Reds have won only twice in 17 league games this season and defeat by Birmingham was one too many for the Oakwell board.
Ex-Bury and Rochdale midfielder Flitcroft, 39, was in charge of the club for less than a year after taking over from Keith Hill in December 2012.
Flitcroft, appointed permanent boss after two wins in three games as caretaker, guided the South Yorkshire club to safety on the final day of last season.
A statement on the club's official website, www.barnsleyfc.co.uk: "Barnsley Football Club can confirm first team manager David Flitcroft has been relieved of his position at the football club.
"Technical coach Martin Scott and strength and conditioning coach Guy Proctor have also parted company with the club.
"Assistant manager Micky Mellon has been placed in caretaker charge of first-team affairs, assisted by development coach Paul Heckingbottom in the meantime.
"There will be no further statements from the club until Wednesday.
"The club would like to place on record their appreciation and thanks for what David, Martin and Guy have achieved."
Barnsley head to Brighton in the Championship on Tuesday night.
Sheffield Wednesday's under-fire manager Dave Jones insists his side can get out of relegation trouble - but only if they "fight and scrap".
The Owls - who travel to Blackpool tomorrow - are currently 22nd in the Championship.
Jones, who was speaking at his weekly news conference, said some of his players need to take a long look at themselves, instead of blaming others.
Sheffield Wednesday's defenders will have to be at their best as their opponents Huddersfield Town welcome back top scorer James Vaughan.
He returns following a three match ban and has been handed the captains armband in the absence of Peter Clarke.
Vaughan will be hoping to add to the 9 goals he's already scored this season, and says getting the armband is an honour.
Manager, Mark Robins, says despite his recent sending off, Vaughan has been an exceptional force for the side.
Sheffield Wednesday's Reda Johnson says being at home will help them win the key "mind games" ahead of Saturday's clash with Huddersfield Town.
The versatile defender should feature in the Yorkshire derby, with both sides in need of a win.