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Who could replace Ranieri? Who could replace Ranieri?
After the shock departure of Claudio Ranieri, who could replace the Italian as Leicester boss? Our article takes a look at some of the frontrunners.

Published : 28/02/17 14:35 PM


Wenger's future in doubt Wenger's future in doubt
Arsene Wenger's 21 year reign as Arsenal manager could be coming to an end. The bookmakers are offering a host of odds related to Arsenal in the event the Frenchman leaves the club at the end of the season.

Published : 03/02/17 11:20 AM


Is Karanka on his way out at Boro? Is Karanka on his way out at Boro?
Aitor Karanka is now odds-on to be the next Premier League manager to leave their post, so is he on his way out of Middlesbrough?

Published : 26/01/17 09:55 AM


Pressure builds on Pardew Pressure builds on Pardew
Rumours suggest that Alan Pardew could be on the verge of leaving Crystal Palace with the bookies' slashing the odds on him leaving Selhurst Park.

Published : 22/11/16 15:15 PM


Holloway set for QPR return Holloway set for QPR return
Ian Holloway looks likely to make a return to QPR with the bookmakers having him as the clear favourite for the manager's job.

Published : 10/11/16 13:24 PM


Lambert pick of trio for Wolves job Lambert pick of trio for Wolves job
Wolves are looking for a new manager following the departure of Walter Zenga with Paul Lambert now the bookies' favourite to now take over at Molineux.

Published : 01/11/16 11:09 AM


Odds shorten on Karanka exit Odds shorten on Karanka exit
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Published : 21/10/16 10:18 AM


Conte exit odds tumble Conte exit odds tumble
The bookies' have slashed the odds on Antonio Conte departing Chelsea, prompting intense speculation surrounding his future.

Published : 14/10/16 09:58 AM


Villa seek Di Matteo replacement Villa seek Di Matteo replacement
Aston Villa are once again looking for a new manager after the sacking of Roberto di Matteo. Our article looks at the contenders to replace him.

Published : 05/10/16 16:18 PM


Odds slashed on Pulis departure Odds slashed on Pulis departure
The odds have been slashed on Tony Pulis in the next Premier League manager to leave their post market. Is his time at West Brom up?

Published : 29/09/16 15:40 PM



Next Manager Betting Odds

Whenever a managerial position becomes available it has become second nature for fans, pundits and media outlets to look straight to bookmakers’ next manager betting markets. They say that money talks and that certainly rings true in next manager betting.

Punters are constantly looking for snippets of information that can help them profit from the bookmakers and the bookies react by altering their odds in the next manager betting markets relevant to money received backing a particular candidate. If there is a weight of money being bet on one particular manager taking over at a particular club then the bookmakers will shorten the odds accordingly. Similarly, if punters are not interested in a specific manager then their odds will lengthen. More so than any other betting market, the next manager betting markets react to punters money.

Next Manager Betting Markets

Whenever a manager in a high profile job leaves a club next manager betting markets become available almost instantaneously. In fact, in some cases next manager betting markets are available even whilst the position as manager of the club is occupied. This is often the case at clubs that have notoriously volatile and demanding owners, for example Chelsea and Manchester City, or at clubs where the incumbent manager is thought to be on the verge of leaving the club, for example Manchester United.

Previously only Premier League clubs were afforded the privilege of having next manager betting markets created in their name. Now clubs up and down the football league pyramid have next manager markets made available when the position at the helm of the club becomes available. Particularly clubs in the upper echelons of the Championship.