Last Updated: Thu, 16 May 2013 14:04
Former Everton forward Graeme Sharp believes that Celtic boss Neil Lennon does not have what it takes to manage the Merseyside club.
Sharp made 322 appearances and won a collection of silverware in more than a decade with the club, and he feels that although Lennon has had success in Scotland he does not think he will be able to hit the heights in England.
David Moyes - who has been at the helm for 11 years - will be leaving the Toffees in the summer to replace Sir Alex Ferguson as the manager of Manchester United.
The 52-year-old insists that there is not enough competition for the Scottish champions in the SPL and feels this will work against him.
Sharp said: "I would be very surprised if Neil got anywhere near Everton. He has done OK at Celtic, but I'm not sure he has done enough to warrant the Everton job.
"Everyone knows what has happened at Rangers. People down here just expect Celtic to win the Scottish Premier League.
"That might make people a little bit derogatory about Neil's abilities as a manager."
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