Gunter goes as the managerial search continues...

Chris Gunter has today completed a £2.3m move to newly promoted Reading.

Gunter, who made over 150 appearances in his 3 years at the club, is of course a massive loss and it's disappointing to see such a great young talent depart.

Few can complain about this move despite some twitter folk are calling him a judas - as McCleary has said, do people even know what the word means nowadays?

As I've said before on here, he is an international player who will have ambitions to get back into the Premier League. Fair play to him for wanting to see out the rest of last season and keep us up before departing, where I'm sure he'll be a success.

In manager news, more theories have surfaced about why Mick has said no, Hoddle had ruled himself out - although rumour has it he met with them today, Ferguson wants to stay at Peterborough - hooray - and Paul Ince and Roy Keane have expressed their interest. Billy Davies' odds have also gone from 40/1 to 4/1 to be the next boss.

I did have an epiphany on my drive into work this morning and thought Paulo Sousa would be worth a crack at the job. Experienced at this level, young and despite his Leicester flop, has done ok as a manager. He's better than Darren Ferguson and some of the other names I've seen anyways.

Either way, we are as we were yesterday...managerless.

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