Premier League bosses who could replace Boris Johnson after positive coronavirus test

Boris Johnson has confirmed he will be working from home after testing positive for coronavirus so the country may need a hero to take caretaker charge for the next fortnight.

Although the Prime Minister will still be able to carry on with his duties, and Express Sport wishes him all the best in his recovery, there are options available.

If the Queen needs a quick fix to save the country she should look no further than the tried and tested juggernaut Sam Allarydce.

No challenge is too big for the former Bolton boss and he is an expert at avoiding disasters having never been relegated from the Premier League.

He also has an excellent record on the international scene with a 100 per cent win record as England manager.

And like most political decisions – his choices do not always please the masses.

If Johnson wants his current lockdown to remain in place then there is one expert available in that field – Jose Mourinho.

The Tottenham boss has been generously helping the elderly community in London while the football season is postponed.

But the Portuguese manager must be itching to return to parking his bus and his cheeky smile would soon reappear with 66 million people denied any fun.

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Sometimes experience goes a long way when faced with adversity and that’s how veteran Roy Hodgson can work his way into the running.

The Crystal Palace boss came through the 1348 bubonic plague and 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic so coronavirus will be no match for the stalwart.

It looks like things are about to get dirty as construction starts on new hospitals up and down the UK and worm-eating Sean Dyche would not be afraid to lead from the front.

Neil Warnock is not scared of getting involved in politics as he has previously slammed the government for dragging out Brexit.

He is also notoriously good at steadying the ship, so long as he does it from two meters away.

But there may only be one sensible option to save the UK – give it Giggsy till the end of the season.

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