Johnson May Have Found Home At Peterborough
Former Bristol City boss Gary Johnson could be the man set to take over the manager's hotseat at Peterborough when Jim Gannon leaves at the end of the season.
The 54-year-old claims he has been in talks with Barry Fry at London Road and the ex-Robins supremo is the most likely to fill the void, becoming Posh's fourth manager in a year.
Johnson told BBC Radio Cambridgeshire: "I have spoken to Peterborough director of football Barry Fry since leaving Bristol City.
"But I can't comment any further on the speculation aside to say I'm flattered to be linked with the job."
The Posh have been operating a revolving door policy with their managers this season where Johnson will follow Gannon, former City YT Mark Cooper and Darren Ferguson should he chose to take the job.
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