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Next Premier League Manager To Get The Sack

Next Premier League Manager To Get The Sack

The Premier League is the greatest league in the world and therefore is the league all the world's best managers want to work in.

Being under scrutiny 24 hours a day, 7 days a week the pressure must be immense but having said that the rewards of winning a trophy, finishing the season in the top 4, or for some clubs, avoiding relegation is the bee-all, end-all.

The following is a list of Premier League managers considered to be the top contenders for being the next manager to face the chop.

* Avram Grant - 7/4
* Roberto Mancini - 2/1
* Robeto Martinez - 5/1
* Ian Holloway - 7/1
* Roy Hodgson - 7/1
* Chris Hughton - 9/1
* Alex McLeish - 16/1
* Mick McCarthy - 20/1
* Sam Allardyce - 25/1
* Steve Bruce - 33/1
* Mark Hughes - 40/1

Would you consider a flutter?



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Writer:Tudor
Date:Monday November 15 2010
Time: 9:56AM

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Allardyce is worth a punt at 25/1 as rumblings suggest Blackburn's prospective new owners would want a manager capable of playing a better style of football.
StuMCFC
15/11/2010 11:36:00
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Certainly not Holloway. Blackpool are 4 points out of a guaranteed European spot, how can he be 7/1?
PhillyBlueMoon
15/11/2010 22:19:00
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