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Bookies Slash Odds With Hughes As Favourite

Bookies Slash Odds With Hughes As Favourite

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Bookies William Hill have slashed their odds from 7/1 to 4/1 favourite for Sparky to be the next Premier League manager to leave his club following City's defeat by Tottenham yesterday.

William Hill spokesperson Graham Sharpe said...

'Mark Hughes will doubtless be held responsible if they do not begin to climb the table.'

Next Premier League boss to go this season:

M Hughes 4/1
G Megson 9/2
G Zola 5/1
No Manager To Go 6/1
P Ince 7/1
T Mowbray 8/1
R Keane 9/1
R Hodgson 16/1
T Adams 16/1
T Pulis 20/1
G Southgate 20/1
Next Permanent Newcastle Manager 25/1
S Bruce 25/1
A Wenger 33/1
R Benitez 33/1
M O' Neill 33/1
D Moyes 33/1
P Brown 40/1
H Redknapp 40/1
Sir A Ferguson 50/1
P Scolari 50/1

Odds courtesy of www.williamhill.com



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Tudor
Date:Monday November 10 2008
Time: 4:10PM

Comments

0
Save your money guys! It wont happen! Get on the thug Ince at 7s.
oliverblue
10/11/2008 16:15:00
0
Zola might be worth a couple of quid?
Tudor
10/11/2008 16:32:00
0
The bookies would love to take money on this bet. Hughesy may well come under pressure if results aren't looking better by Xmas, but the guy has only had 2 months in the job and the club needs stability coming up to the January transfer window.
Sindbad
10/11/2008 16:48:00
0
My God. He's above Relegation specialist Megson.
Johnny Baguette
10/11/2008 16:49:00
0
Stuff the bookies, stuff the hacks and Come On City. Siege mentality, No Surrender.
Johnny Baguette
10/11/2008 18:13:00
0
I cant see anyone wasting their money on this bet.......its a non starter !!!
lincolnblue
11/11/2008 07:47:00
0
How about Sir Fergie? Man, that would be hilarious.
RadioactiveD
11/11/2008 22:46:00
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