Hull City's Curtis Davies backs Steve Bruce for England manager
Curtis Davies has backed former Hull City manager to be the ideal candidate to replace Sam Allardyce in the England hotseat.
Davies, who knows Bruce's talents as well as anyone, believes the Football Association will struggle to find anyone better equipped to take on the 'impossible job' than Bruce, a manager Davies says knows the game inside out.
Bruce, who was interviewed for the England post in July while still manager of City, is currently among the front runners to take over, with Gareth Southgate handed caretaker role for the next four matches while a new manager is found.
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