Odds for Next Premier League Manager To Leave His Post

Will it be Poch or Potter?

Premier League Betting

The new season has yet to get underway but bookmakers are already speculating over which will be the Next Premier League manager to leave his positions.
All are listed but there are some big names near the top of the market alongside those less familiar and still making their way in the upper echelons of the management game.

Is Poch prepared to walk away?

There are rumours that Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is being courted by some of Europe’s biggest clubs, including Real Madrid.
Poch led Spurs to the Champions League Final last season and another top four finish in the Premier League but anyone who has listened to his press conferences over the last six months will know he is not entirely happy. Jack Clarke was Spurs’ first signing in more than a year when the Leeds youngster joined in July.
While Tottenham’s first XI is as good as there is in the Premier League, they still lack the resources of others. Dele Alli will already miss the start of the new campaign and the Argentinian claims he is not in charge of their transfer policy. If Real or anyone else came calling, would Pochettino think twice? He is a best 20/1 to be the Next Premier League manager to leave his post but only 10/1 with one firm.
Ole Gunnar Solksjaer has been back by the Old Trafford board this summer with the signings of Harry Maguire, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Daniel James. But there remain doubts over the future of Paul Pogba and Ole will be under pressure to have United up with the pace from the outset after last season’s disappointments. Even his status as a club legend won’t save the Norwegian should things go awry and Solksjaer is just 4/1 in some places in the market though 6/1 with Betvictor, the same price as Crystal Palace’s Roy Hodgson.

Will Potter’s stay at the Amex be short-lived?

Graham Potter is the man tasked with reviving Brighton’s fortunes after the shock dismissal of Chris Hughton. Though a successful coach for many years in Sweden, Potter had just one season in the Championship with Swansea before taking the Brighton job. None of his signings so far have been eye-openers and the Seagulls’ board may have unrealistic ambitions so the Englishman may not be a bad bet at a general 8/1.
Dean Smith, at Aston Villa, is another managing in the Premier League for the first time but he can count on the experience of his assistant John Terry and Villa have spent heavily. Norwich have been less prolific in the transfer market since winning the Championship but Daniel Farke is a best 16/1 and won’t be under as much pressure as his contemporaries.
Like, Graham Potter, Frank Lampard is managing in the Premier League after just one season at Championship level. But it will help that he’s a legend at Chelsea and a favourite of the owner. The Blues are, of course, under a transfer embargo so Lampard has a ready-made excuses if things go wrong. He is among a number of managers given a 16/1 quote.
Chris Wilder’s brief at Sheffield United will be survival but he’s already made some astute signings and nobody will be looking to push him out in a hurry at Bramall Lane if early wins don’t materialise.

Best Odds for Next Premier League Manager to Leave His Post

Roy Hodgson and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer 6/1
Graham Potter 8/1
Dean Smith 14/1
Chris Wilder, Daniel Farke, Frank Lampard, Javi Garcia, Manuel Pellegrini and Marco Silva 16/1
Ralph Hasenhuttl and Mauricio Pochettino 20/1
Unai Emery and Sean Dyche 25/1
Brendan Rodgers 33/1
Eddie Howe and Nuno Espirito Santo 40/1
Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola 100/1
(Odd correct at 1.45pm August 5)