Securing European soccer with Crystal Palace is an even bigger achievement than successful the Scottish Premiership title with Celtic.
That’s the view of talkSPORT co-host Jason Cundy, who has sensationally claimed that steering the Bhoys to the title is like ‘successful an egg race’.
Cundy’s feedback come after information emerged that Eddie Howe was on the verge of touchdown the Parkhead sizzling seat after holding talks with Celtic in London on Thursday.
The 43-year-old, who left Bournemouth final 12 months after they have been relegated to the Championship, seems to be set to succeed Neil Lennon in Glasgow.
Talking about Howe’s managerial choices, Cundy mentioned: “I feel the membership that he wants is Palace. For him personally I feel that’s a greater job.
“The place do you go from Celtic? Title the supervisor who’ve gone from Celtic to handle an enormous membership?
“Brendan [Rodgers] has gone to Leicester and finished a superb job, however the place do you they go after that?
“Crystal Palace is a pleasant challenge, successful at Celtic is like successful an egg race.
“If you happen to get Palace into European soccer, that’s an even bigger achievement then successful the title with Celtic.”
Howe labored miracles at Bournemouth, taking the south coast membership from League Two oblivion to the Premier League over two spells.
And Jamie O’Hara disagreed with the talkSPORT host, writing on social media: “I’ve to say after my Bournmouth shout and seeing what Gerrard has finished in Scotland I’ve to disagree with this, Celtic and Rangers are enormous and the followers worldwide I didn’t realise how large they have been, Rodgers went from Liverpool to Celtic he wouldn’t of gone to palace.”
The Hoops have been searching for a brand new boss since Lennon resigned in February, earlier than Outdated Agency rivals Rangers stopped them successful a 10th successive Scottish Premiership title.