Next England Manager Betting

After our embarrassing defeat to Iceland 2-1 at Euro 2016, Roy Hodgson immediately resigned as England Manager. There is no obvious stand out candidates especially Englishman. The FA have said they will not rule out going with another foreign manager, after little success when the employed Sven Goran Eriksson and Fabio Capello, who both drew large salaries without achieving any more than previous England managers at bug tournaments.

A week after our defeat to Iceland and the contenders to be the next england manager are as follows:

J√úRGEN KLINSMANN – Previous National Job USA and German, German, likely odds 7-2

He is a positive looking manager, and is credited with turning around the German national side when he steered a young german team to the World Cup Semi Final in 2006. He is fondly liked in the UK after his time at Spurs player in the 1990s. He is fluent in English thanks to his time playing in England and also living and managing in the US> The negative is he is German ūüôā which might not make him popular in post brexit England.

GLENN HODDLE, TV Pundit on both ITV and BT Sport, Not managed in years , English, odds 11-2

The attraction of Hoddle is he English but likes his teams to play in a continental style. As a player Hoddle was a genius at reading the game and he of course has done the job before. Other pro’s have backed him including Gary Lineker, ALan Shearer and Harry Rednapp.

What works against him is he has not managed in years, and his last time at England ended in the wrong headlines when his views with his “controversial belief that the disabled, and others, are being punished for sins in a former life.” He was sacked amid pressure from disability groups etc.

SAM ALLARDYCE, Current Sunderland Manager, English, 8-1.

Big Sam has worked miracles with unfashionable clubs, he made his name with Bolton making his team punch above their weight. Last Season he masterminded the premier league future of Sunderland. The feeling is though that the England job will be a job to far.

LAURENT BLANC, recently sacked by PSG, French, 12-1

He has national manager experience having being the French manager in 2010 he has done everything at player and manager level. Winning the ligue 1 with the resources of PSG does not really count for much especially as he has failed in the champions league. His French team did not even beat Roy Hodgsons England at Euro 2012.

EDDIE HOWE, Young upstart Bournemouth, English, 12-1

He is the latest next big thing, Eddie Howe is the stand out young manager in England. He speaks well and has got Bouremouth into the premier league and they stayed up relatively easily. He believes in fast attacking football.
The downside is he has not managed a top club or top players and could the England job ruin a young talented manager.

ARS√ąNE WENGER, Arsenal, French, 12-1

The french professor who has been the main stay at Arsenal for the best part of 20 years. He is creditted with changing the football style of boring arsenal and had great success in his earlier years, but to use the words of Mourinho he is a specialist in failure with 4th place in the premier league deemed to be success. His stock has dropped due to his years of not quite getting arsenal to the top table of European football.

ALAN PARDEW, Crystal Palace, English, 20-1

Alan Pardew would seem to be a good bet he mnaged to keep Newcastle together and they have got relegated since he left, and he is doing a great job at Crystal Place, he is a good man manager. His teams tend to better before xmas which does not bod well for managing England players after a long hard season.

CLAUDIO RANIERI, Leicester, Italian, 25-1
He of course has hero status getting little old Leicester to the premier league title. He has buckets of experience and has the good humour to deal with the media. He did not do great when he managed Greece, they even lost to the Faroe Islands.

SLAVEN BILIC, West Ham, Croatian, 33-1
He did a great jon on the ITV 2016 panel, and has got West Ham right up their in the premier league. He did not do so well as a national manager with Croatia.

DAVID MOYES, unattached, Scottish, 40-1

He made his name managing Everton for 15 years on a show string, but when let loose on a big club he struggled with Man utd in decline. he is a safe manager who does not set the world alight.

LARS LAGERBACK, Iceland, Swedish, wildcard

Well if you cant beat them get their manager. HE has the knack of beating England nevere losing in 7 matches. he has though never managed a major nation or club.

Latest odds on next England manager from Skybet as at 4th July 2016

Jurgen Klinsmann 5/1 Glenn Hoddle 7/1 Guus Hiddink 7/1 Sam Allardyce 9/1
Gareth Southgate 12/1 Arsene Wenger 12/1 Harry Redknapp 14/1 Laurent Blanc 16/1
Alan Pardew 18/1 Slaven Bilic 20/1 Eddie Howe 20/1 Alan Shearer 20/1
Manuel Pellegrini 25/1 Brendan Rodgers 25/1 Gary Neville 25/1 Steve Bruce 33/1
Vicente Del Bosque 33/1 Claudio Ranieri 33/1 Louis van Gaal 33/1 David Moyes 33/1
Rafael Benitez 33/1 Steven Gerrard 33/1 Luis Felipe Scolari 33/1 Roberto Martinez 40/1
Mauricio Pochettino 40/1 Stuart Pearce 40/1 Sean Dyche 40/1 Frank De Boer 50/1
Marcelo Bielsa 50/1 Garry Monk 50/1 Tony Pulis 50/1 Tim Sherwood 50/1
Jose Mourinho¬†50/1 Martin O’Neill¬†50/1 Pep Guardiola¬†50/1 Carlo Ancelotti¬†66/1
Roberto Mancini 66/1 Diego Simeone 66/1 Neil Warnock 66/1 Jurgen Klopp 66/1
Sir Alex Ferguson 66/1 Steve McClaren 66/1 Lars Lagerback 66/1 Unai Emery 66/1
Ryan Giggs 66/1 David Beckham 66/1 Nigel Pearson 66/1 Mark Warburton 80/1
Roberto Di Matteo¬†80/1 Phil Neville¬†80/1 Michael O’Neill¬†80/1 Gary Rowett¬†80/1
Chris Hughton 80/1 Frank Rijkaard 80/1 Dunga 100/1 John Barnes 100/1
Paul Scholes¬†100/1 Eric Cantona¬†100/1 Sean O’Driscoll¬†100/1 Gary Lineker¬†100/1
Rio Ferdinand 100/1 Vahid Halilhodzic 100/1 Steve Coppell 100/1 Sol Campbell 100/1
Ian Holloway 100/1 Alan Curbishley 100/1 Kenny Jackett 100/1 Sven-Goran Eriksson 100/1
Mark Sampson 100/1 Paul Clement 100/1 John Terry 100/1 Emile Heskey 100/1
Steve Evans 100/1 Frank Lampard 100/1 Nigel Clough 100/1 Chris Waddle 100/1

    Who Will Mourinho Manage Next Odds

    Jose MourinhoJose Mourinho has one of the best CV’s in Football and when he becomes available again there will be a queue of clubs wanting him to take them on.
    “The Special One” made his name when he took unfancied Porto to glory. In 2003 he won the Portugese Primeira Liga title the cup Ta√ßa de Portugal, and the UEFA Cup. The following year he went one better retaining the league title and also winning the UEFA Champions League. Mourinho was then attracting the interest of top european clubs. Chelsea managed to persuade him to take over the club, who despite the millions of russian owner Roman Abramovich had not managed to win the title. In his first year Jose won the league title for Chelsea their first in 50 years. He continued to win trophies at Chelsea but his outspokeness led to him moving on in September 2007.
    Jose took over at Inter Milan in Italy winning them the Serie A title before in 2010 going on to win another Champions League title in a season when they completed a treble by winning Serie A and Italian Cup,

    In 2010 Jose moved to Spain winning the Copa Del Rey in 2012 he won the La Liga title becoming the first manager to win the title in 4 different countries. Real Madrid do not look like winning the LA Liga title this season but he will be wanting to the win the Champions League. However the rumours as always are where Mourinho will manage next. Chelsea might want to woo Jose back to West London, a place where he still has a home and a country he says he still loves. Man Utd might want to line Jose up for when Fergie retires, and Man City might be a suitor if they decide to push aside Mancini.

    Chelsea are favourites at 5/4 then Man City 5/2 Man utd 7/2 and PSG 5/1 and any national team 16/1 the long shot is Bacelona at 25/1

    Next Chelsea Manager Odds

      Who will be next manager of Birmingham Betting

      Birmjngham City are looking for a new manager Chris Hughton who has taken the Norwich City job. The new manager will will be yet another new manager for Birmingham following Steve Bruce and Alex McLeish. Birmingham narrowly missed out on promotion back to the premier league at the first attempt when they lost the championship play off final to West Ham.
      So who will be the next manager of Birmingham?  The early favourites are ex Hull City Manager Phil Brown and Lee Clark who was recently Huddersfield Manager, and Roy Keane who is available, and spending most of his time getting upset watching Ireland and the Euro 2012 on ItV.

      Below we list odds from Skybet if you do not have a skybet account get a free £10 bet no deposit required.

      Next Birmingham Manager Odds

      Lee Clark 4/5
      Roy Keane 7/2
      Mark Robins 5/1
      Gary Megson 9/1
      Ian Holloway 9/1
      Billy Davies 10/1
      Alan Curbishley 12/1
      Paul Ince 14/1
      Mick McCarthy 14/1
      Gus Poyet 16/1
      Gianfranco Zola 16/1
      Dougie Freedman 16/1
      Michael Appleton 16/1
      Darren Ferguson 16/1
      Kevin Blackwell 20/1
      Ray Wilkins 20/1
      Mark Yates 20/1
      Derek McInnes 20/1
      Karl Robinson 20/1
      Colin Calderwood 20/1
      Alan Shearer 22/1
      Alex McLeish 25/1
      Trevor Francis 25/1
      Paulo di Canio 28/1
      Simon Grayson 33/1

        Next Newcastle manager betting odds

        Chris Hughton was dismissed as manager of Newcastle United this afternoon with former West Ham boss Alan Pardew chalked up as the early favourite.

        The uncertainty over the future of manager Chris Hughton has come to an end – and many observers will feel that former Republic of Ireland international defender has been very harshly treated by Newcastle, who sacked him this afternoon.
        The Toon lost 3-1 at West Brom on Saturday and are currently 11th in the Premier League table in their first season back in the top flight after Hughton guided them to the Championship title last term.
        There have been rumours for some time that Hughton’s position was under threat, and Newcastle have now brought the whispers to an end with today’s announcement.

        A statement on the club website said: “The board would like to place on record their thanks to Chris for his considerable efforts during the club’s transition from Championship to Premier League club. Chris has shown exceptional character and commitment since being appointed manager in October 2009. The club wishes him well in the future.MARTIN JOL is the new 4/5 favourite to become Newcastle manager with William Hill following his departure from Ajax. Hills make Alan Pardew 5/4 second favourite and also offer 8/1 Martin O’Nell; 10/1 Alan Curbishley; 16/1 Peter Beardsley; Joe Kinnear. Read more Next Newcastle manager betting odds