Next Premier League Manager To Leave Odds In Latest Football Betting
Find out the latest betting odds on the next Premier League manager to leave their job, with the sack pressure mounting this season!
We’re currently in an international break before the Premier League resumes again next weekend, so who faces the boot potentially beforehand? Let’s take a look at the market below.
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WHO’S BEING TALKED ABOUT MOST?
It’s felt like a matter of time before Brendan Rodgers is relieved of his duties at Leicester. Or perhaps not? Surely if the Foxes’ hierarchy wanted to get rid, they would have done so by now this week to have enough time to prepare for the Premier League restart.
Could Rodgers be the man to get them out of a terrible start, where they are currently rock bottom? They do have a kind run of fixtures to look forward to.
Rodgers has enjoyed an excellent relationship with the Leicester owners and admitted himself he’d understand if they wanted to part ways, but perhaps right now it’s not as nailed on as most people think.
Steven Gerrard was under a fair amount of pressure after a poor start at Aston Villa this season, but that seems to have subsided in the last week since a much-needed 1-0 win over Southampton.
Still, that doesn’t mean he’s completely out of trouble and he has rather attractive odds below to get the boot next. Villa are away to Leeds and Forest, then Chelsea at home – he needs good results in those first two!
Wolves’ problem so far has been scoring goals. Bruno Lage has done a fairly decent job at Molineux so far and has half the Portuguese national team playing for him (joke), so surely it’s a matter of time before they begin to gel and get their season going?
Steve Cooper. You have to feel sorry for him a little at Nottingham Forest. Yes, they’ve signed a whopping 20+ players but the guy has worked wonders since taking over at the bottom of the Championship.
Like Wolves, they need even more time to gel all their new players – but results will need to pick up sooner rather than later. Forest’s owners will also be mindful of the vast money thrown at the Premier League after 23 years away, knowing what comes with it if they go straight back down.
As much as it could be seen as harsh, once you’re in the top flight you need to deliver after spending big and for Cooper he is one to consider in the latest sack race below.
Finally, if you fancy a massive punt, look no further than the passionate and unpredictable Antonio Conte at Tottenham – with odds of 80/1 to go next!
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