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Ryan Giggs favourite to replace David Moyes. Arsene Wenger odds-on to stay at Arsenal despite missing out on top four. Moyes is the top pick with the bookmakers too. Next Wales Manager Odds: Next Premier League manager to leave: Next permanent Everton manager: One of the most successful players in modern football, Xabi Alonso, has announced he wants to turn his hand to management and William Hill is looking at where he could crop up.
William Hill has slashed the odds on Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp being the next managerial casualty in the Premier League. Next Premier League manager to go: Is Klopp's time coming to an end?
Frank de Boer has reportedly been sacked by Crystal Palace so now all of the pressure turns to Slaven Bilic, according to bookmaker William Hill. De Boer odds-on to leave Crystal Palace before next game. The odds of Arsene Wenger being the first Premier League manager to go have been slashed by William Hill following a miserable start to the season and an underwhelming performance in the transfer market. The Gunners were humiliated at Liverpool last weekend, meaning they have taken just three points from their first three games, and in the transfer market they failed to strengthen further before the window slammed shut, instead letting Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Kieran Gibbs leave.
The defending champions crashed to a shock defeat at home to Burnley on opening day and they already appear to be a club in crisis at this early stage of the season.
Caretaker boss Jon Daly odds-on favourite for Hearts job. Next permanent Hearts manager: Richard Marsh of Ladbrokes News said: The Italian led the Blues to the title last season but speculation was rife about his long-term future before news of his new and improved deal. Mertesacker has signed a contract to become the Arsenal academy manager when he hangs up his boots and the betting suggests this could be a stepping stone to presiding over the first team.
Frank Lampard could be the next man in the Oxford United hotseat, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes. However, Lampard, who retired as a player last year, has now stormed into contention after Sky Sports claimed the year-old has held talks with United. Frank de Boer has been installed as the new Crystal Palace manager and means that there is now a full complement of managers in place at all 20 Premier League clubs — but who will be the first man to go?
First Premier League manager to leave: Patrick Vieira new favourite for Southampton position Southampton could be about to give Patrick Vieira his first break in Premier League management, according to Ladbrokes. Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: Credit or Debit card deposits only. Paypal and certain deposit types and bet types excluded.
Free bets valid for 4 days on sports, stake not returned, restrictions apply. Tote and Pool excluded. Must be placed within 14 days of account reg. Not valid with CashOut. Free bet valid for 4 days. Free bet stake not returned. Share this with your friends. A remarkable 16 Premier League managerial changes have taken place since the end of the season — and the Sack Race market is certain to be lively again during the campaign.
A month into the season and after four consecutive defeats to nil, the Eagles decided to replace the Dutchman with Roy Hodgson. October is a month when there is invariably a cull of managers once the dust has started to settle on a campaign and in there were two sackings within the space of six days. Like De Boer, Craig Shakespeare had only been appointed permanently in the summer, in his case at Leicester City after succeeding title-winner Claudio Ranieri on an interim basis in February.
But the permanency was only superficial and Shakespeare was in turn replaced by former Southampton boss Claude Puel. Ronald Koeman was also not given the chance to see if his summer moves in the transfer market would pay off, although the signs at Everton were not encouraging judging by the results that precipitated his departure after 16 months at the helm. Tony Pulis paid the price for a poor run of results at West Bromwich Albion, who appointed Alan Pardew as his successor only for that move not to work out and he in turn was succeeded by Darren Moore at the subsequently-relegated Baggies.
Swansea City showed again that they do not believe in the Christmas spirit as they sacked a manager for the third consecutive December, Paul Clement being the latest to depart south Wales as Carlos Carvalhal moved in. The Portuguese started well but eventually took Swansea down and headed for the exit.
After being turned down by several targets, Stoke eventually appointed Paul Lambert on a two-and-a-half-year deal that lasted only a matter of months as he departed following relegation.
Also in a highly attritional campaign for top-flight bosses, Watford, who barely keep a manager for longer than a year these days, added Marco Silva to the cull as they felt their results had gone downhill since Everton distracted him with an approach before appointing Allardyce.