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Next Southampton Manager Odds & Predictions

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A 2-2 home draw against Manchester United wasn’t enough for Mark Hughes to keep his Southampton managerial job. Would he have done so if they had managed to win the game? Probably not, it would have just been harsher timing for him. The Saints have had to make a move and there has been a shuffling of their hierarchy as they look to move in a fresh new direction.

Next Southampton manager odds*

Ralph Hasenhüttl 1/7 Quique Sánchez Flores 9/1 Paulo Sousa 9/1 Sam Allardyce 10/1 Garry Monk 16/1 David Moyes 20/1 Chirls Wilder 20/1 33/1 bar * (betting odds taken from William Hill on December 3rd, 2018 at 5:42 pm) [bbutton bookmaker="william-hill"] [toc heading_levels="2"]

Next Southampton Manager Odds & Predictions

Mark Hughes came in as the man charged with keeping them safe in the Premier League last season. The club almost waited too late to get rid of Mauricio Pellegrini, but even when Hughes came in, the Saints were still in a dogfight. Hughes got Southampton safe with a game to spare at the end of the season But still in high eight months in charge at St Mary's, Hughes won just three Premier League games for the club. He saw Southampton race out to a 2-0 first-half lead against Man Utd at St Mary’s on the weekend but were pegged back. No side has lost more points from winning positions in the Premier League this season than Southampton. It all leaves Southampton with a W1 D6 L7 record this season in the Premier League and third from bottom at the times of Hughes’s departure. Only three sides have conceded more goals than Southampton this season and only three teams have scored more than they have done.

Who next for Southampton?

The Saints became well known for their high-tempo approach to matches under Mauricio Pochettino and Ronald Koeman, but all of that looks a distant memory for Saints fans at the moment. They really need a shake up and it is early enough in the season still to not go for an old battle hardened familiar face of someone like Sam Allardyce or David Moyes. While Allardyce and Moyes are up there near the head of the betting market, other names have been attracting attention. Former Watford boss Quique Sanchez Flores has been well touted around and he has Premier League experience and is a 9/1 odds option* (betting odds taken on December 3rd, 2018 at 5:42 pm). Sanchez Flores got the Hornets a mid-table finish after their promotion to the top flight. The other name which seems to be gaining popularity is Paulo Sousa at the same price. There have been rumours that Sousa is going to be taking over at a Premier League club floating around for the last week or so. The former Fiorentina boss (who also had shorts stints at QPR, Swansea and Leicester has really been front and centre as one of the most popular candidates. The odds-on favourite in the market is former RB Leipzig boss Ralph Hasenhuttl who was at 5/2 on Monday morning but by evening was cut to a price of 1/7 at William Hill* (betting odds taken on December 3rd, 2018 at 5:42 pm). Hasenhuttl had been touted as Bayern Munich’s next manager and has been out of work since leaving the Bundesliga club
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Next Southampton Manager Odds – Football Betting

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If reports, and the betting, are to be believed then it's a two-horse race to replace Mauricio Pellegrino at Southampton manager. The Saints are sinking faster than a stool pigeon in a concrete overcoat having won just one of their last 17 matches in the Premier League. Saturday's comprehensive defeat at relegation rivals Newcastle United was the final straw for Southampton's owners, who are looking at a major loss of revenue if the south coast club slip back into the Championship. But some are questioning whether it was the right time to sack their Argentinian coach. There is no opportunity for any new manager to refresh the squad and the 'go-to' manager when Premier League teams are in trouble - Sam Allardyce - already has a job. Of course, it's not too late to stop the rot but other sides near the bottom are grinding out results and, if there isn't immediate improvement, the fat lady will soon be exercising her vocal chords. Mark Hughes is the man most Saints' fans seem to want to arrest their slide. The former Stoke and Manchester City played more than 50 games for Southampton in a two-year spell at the club at the end of his playing career. He's also managed Blackburn, Fulham and QPR and is available - you don't want to have to pay another club compensation if you're about to lose a big chunk of cash. The Welshman is only a best 1/5 with BetVictor to be the Next Southampton Manager and the same firm are best odds on the only other man at single figure odds - Marco Silva. Sacked by Watford when he was linked with the Everton job earlier this season, the Portuguese coach has experience of a Premier League battle having almost managed to save Hull City last season. He's been linked with Southampton since their poor run began but has now been usurped in the betting by Hughes. Slaven Bilic, sacked by West Ham in November, and another former Saints favourite, Gordon Strachan, have also been introduced into the betting by BetVictor while Graham Potter, who masterminded a Europa League second-leg victory over Arsenal with Swedish minnows Ostersunds, is 16/1.

Next Southampton Manager BetVictor Odds

Mark Hughes 1/5, Marco Silva 4/1, Eddie Howe and Gordon Strachan 10/1, Thomas Tuchel 14/1, Slaven Bilic and Graham Potter 16/1, Kelvin Davis 20/1
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Frank de Boer trending in Next Southampton Manager Betting

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Southampton are the hunt for a new manager after having parted company with Claude Puel after just one season in charge. The Saints got to the League Cup Final under his management and they landed a top ten finish in the Premier League as well. But that didn’t tell the whole story because it was by and large, a season of disappointments. Down the final stretch of the Premier League season, they only managed to win one of their last eight games and only netted one goal in total in their last six games of the season. There is clearly better that could be gotten out of the club and now Southampton are looking in a new direction. Puel’s departure is the third Southampton managed to go in the last three years, with Mauricio Pochettino going to Spurs and Ronald Koeman going to Everton. Thomas Tuchel has already ruled himself out of the race as the former Borussia Dortmund manager not interested in a journey to St Mary's. So it is Frank de Boer who has risen to the head of the next Southampton manager betting market because he is out of a job at the moment and has been cut from 9/1 down to 5/2 at Ladbrokes. Hoffenheim boss Julian Nagelmann has been out there after having gotten the club into the UEFA Champions League for next season and he is a 12/1 punt at Ladbrokes. Reading’s Jaap Stam is a 20/1 poke in the market and former Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini, who left Alaves at the end of the Spanish domestic season, is an 8/1 punt and he has been heavily linked with a move to Crystal Palace though. Register an account with online betting site Ladbrokes and earn a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus from them. Just follow our links to get signed up and then after making your initial deposit, place your first stake on the new account and the bookmaker will match the value of it up to the maximum value of a £50 free bet. Just register using the promo code F50 and there is a limit of one free bet per customer. Ladbrokes run 5-team (or bigger) accumulator insurance as well on selected matches on the Match Betting Market where you will get MONEY BACK as a free bet up to £25 if one team lets you down.
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