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Michael Carrick is unlikely to take the hot seat at Middlesbrough while Rob Edwards is the front runner

Michael Carrick is unlikely to make his first entry into Middlesbrough management after speaking with the club.

It is understood that the former Manchester United and England midfielder is not interested in the role at the moment.

Boro is thus looking for a successor to Chris Wilder, who was fired last week.

They have already spoken to former Watford boss Rob Edwards, who is said to be football boss Kieran Scott’s preferred candidate.

Edwards remains in the frame and sources say Lee Cattermole – the youth coach who is currently part of the interim management team – has admirers in the hierarchy should they decide to make an internal appointment for the time being.

Leo Percovich will remain in charge of Blackburn’s visit on Saturday.

Ex-Huddersfield boss Carlos Corberan has been mentioned but for now we understand he is not being considered.

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