Scott Parker snubs Aberdeen interest in him becoming their next boss after Barry Robson’s dismissal – with the Dons’ high turnover of managers likely to been a key factor in his decision

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Scott Parker has turned down an opportunity to discuss the vacant head coach position at Aberdeen.

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The Scottish Premiership side are huge admirers of Parker and have been keen to discuss the vacancy with the former England international.

The ex-Fulham boss is aware of Aberdeen’s interest but is not interested in the role.

Aberdeen sacked Barry Robson after just eight months in charge last week – their third manager in under two years.

And the high turnover of managers is likely to have been a key reservation for factor in his decision.

Scott Parker has turned down Aberdeen's offer to talk about their managerial vacancy

Scott Parker has turned down Aberdeen’s offer to talk about their managerial vacancy 

Barry Robson was sacked on Thursday with Aberdeen eighth in the Scottish Premiership

Barry Robson was sacked on Thursday with Aberdeen eighth in the Scottish Premiership

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Parker has been out of work since leaving Club Brugges last year and is looking for a route back into management.

He has already been linked with a host of Championship jobs.

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