Bruce And Pardew Joint Favourites To Replace Big Sam
Next Permanent England Manager
In the wake of the recent Sam Allardyce scandal that has left his position as England manager hanging on by a thread after just 3 months and one game in charge, we have created a betting market on who his replacement could be.
Former Hull City boss Steve Bruce and Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew are inseparable as 6/1 joint favourites to succeed Allardyce,
who has had just one match as the Three Lions gaffer, after he criticised Roy Hodgson and explained how he got around FA rules to negotiate a £400,000 personal deal.
Eddie Howe, one of England’s brightest young managers, who has been one of the names circulating the rumour mill is next in the betting at 7/1.
Current England U21 coach Gareth Southgate is on offer at 10/1 with Glenn Hoddle and Jurgen Klinsmann on offer at 12/1 and 14/1 respectively.
Gary Neville, who was also under much criticism from Allardyce, is a 16/1 shot to be appointed as Big Sam’s successor.
*Prices correct at time of publication