Moyes Favourite For Spurs Job But Could ‘arry Move To Monaco?

David Moyes is 10/11 to be named as the next Spurs boss after Harry Redknapp left the club in the early hours of Thursday morning. William Hill make Moyes the favourite followed by Roberto Martinez at 7/4. With the uncertainty surrounding Rangers at the moment, Ally McCoist could be out of a job in the next few days and he has entered the betting at 25/1.

“David Moyes has performed fantastically over the last ten years at Everton, but will surely feel that he has the ability to make the step up,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

All eyes will turn to where the outgoing Spurs boss will turn up and he is 3/1 to take an international job and 6/1 to make a return to newly promoted West Ham. Having been linked with a move to the Middle East in the past, he is 7/1 to go to Al Ahly. Should he want to move a bit closer to Rosie ’47, he is 50/1 for his next job to be in charge of Monaco.

Redknapp enjoyed a fine rapport with many of his players and his departure could spell the end of Tottenham careers for a number of their big names. Luka Modric, already the subject of interest from Chelsea and Manchester United to no longer be a Spurs player come the start of next season, with Bale 10/3 to have gone and van der Vaart 6/4.

Spurs fans must surely be fearing the worst and Hills make them odds on to finish between 5th and 8th and out of the Champions League spots. Fourth place was not good enough for Spurs this year and they are 7/2 to finish in fourth.

Next Spurs Manager: 10/11 David Moyes; 7/4 Roberto Martinez; 6/1 Rafa Benitez; 6/1 Jurgen Klinsmann; 7/1 Fabio Capello; 10/1 Andre Villas-Boas; 16/1 Alan Pardew; 16/1 Gus Poyet; 16/1 Pep Guardiola; 16/1 Jose Mourinho; 16/1Tim Sherwood; 20/1 Martin O’Neill; 20/1 Sam Allardyce; 25/1 Ally McCoist; 25/1 Owen Coyle; 25/1 Dider Deschamps; 25/1 Carlo Ancelotti; 25/1 Laurent Blanc; 25/1 Martin Jol; 25/1 Guus Hiddink; 33/1 BAR

Players to leave Spurs (to still be there): 1/6 Modric (7/2 still be there); 6/4 Defoe (1/2); 6/4 Van Der Vaart (1/2); 10/3 Bale (1/5); 7/2 Walker (1/6); 9/2 Lennon (1/8); 9/2 Dawson (1/8); 7/1 Parker (1/16)

Spurs Finishing position: 9/2 1-3; 7/2 fourth; 4/7 5-8; 5/2 9-17; 250/1 relegation

7/4 Spurs Top Four finish

25/1 Spurs to win Premier League 2012/13

250/1 Spurs to be relegated 2012/13

Redknapp next Club: 3/1 International team; 6/1 West Ham; 7/1 Al Ahly; 10/1 Manchester United; 10/1 Newcastle; 12/1 Everton; 14/1 Arsenal; 16/1 Liverpool; 16/1 Manchester City; 20/1 Chelsea; 25/1 Portsmouth; 33/1 Bournemouth; 50/1 Monaco

Joe Crilly
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Rafa’s Return ?

RETURN OF RAFA? BET ON IT

FORMER Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez has been installed as 2/1 favourite to succeed Kenny Dalglish by William Hill, who make Wigan’s Roberto Martinez their 5/2 second favourite. Everton boss David Moyes is a 40/1 chance to switch Mersey-sides, with current player Jamie Carragher a 50/1 shot to replace departing Dalglish. ‘Rafa has the credentials but how keen would the Anfield faithful be to welcome him back?’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

William Hill Next PermanentLiverpool Manager: 2/1 Rafael Benitez; 5/2 Roberto Martinez; 9/2 Frank Rijkaard; 8/1 Steve Clarke; 10/1 Paul Lambert; 11/1 Brendan Rogers; 12/1 Fabio Capello; 14/1 Andre Villas-Boas; 16/1 Martin O’Neill; 16/1 Jose Mourinho; 16/1 Carlo Ancelotti; 20/1 Didier Deschamps; 20/1 Marcelo Lippi; 20/1 Jurgen Klinsmann, 25/1 Guus Hiddink; 25/1 Martin Jol; 25/1 Gus Poyet; 25/1 Pep Guardiola, 25/1 Claudio Ranieri; 25/1 Lauren Blanc; 25/1 Louis van Gaal; 33/1 joachim Low; 40/1 Owen Coyle, 40/1 Sven Goran Eriksson; 40/1 David Moyes 50/1 Jamie Carragher; 150/1 Steven Gerrard

WHAT WILL LIVERPOOL WIN NEXT SEASON?….125/1 Prem; 8/1 FA Cup; 6/1 Carling Cup; 11/1 Europa League.

LIVERPOOL TO WIN NOTHING NEXT SEASON?….2/9…TO WIN ALL 4 TROPHIES – 2500/1.

NEXT PERMANENT LIVERPOOL MANAGER TO WIN LMA MANAGER OF YEAR NEXT SEASON – 10/1

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Martinez 5/2 To Take The Crown From King Kenny

It appears likely that Kenny Dalglish will step down as manager of Liverpool today and William Hill make in-demand Wigan boss, Roberto Martinez, the 5/2 favourite to be the next boss at Anfield. Dalglish’s number two, Steve Clarke is 4/1 with Hills who also offer 5/1 Benitez, 7/1 Brendan Rodgers; 12/1 Martin O’Neill, 14/1 Andre Villas Boas and 16/1 about both Mourinho and Carlos Ancelotti.

“Despite his second stint in charge of Liverpool not quite being as successful as his first, he still remains a legend in Liverpool and his boots will be very big ones to fill,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Next Liverpool Manager: 5/2 Roberto Martinez; 4/1 Steve Clarke; 5/1 Rafael Benitez; 7/1 Brendan Rodgers; 12/1 Martin O’Neill; 14/1 Andre Villas-Boas; 16/1 Jose Mourinho; 16/1 Carlo Ancelotti; 20/1 Didier Deschamps; 20/1 Marcello Lippi; 20/1 Jurgen Klinsmann; 20/1 Paul Lambert; 25/1 BAR

RUDDY HELL! JOHN BACKED TO BE ON PLANE TO POLAND

John Ruddy, the Norwich City goalkeeper, has been backed in from 5/1 to 1/5 to make the England squad with Scott Carson’s price going the other way from 10/11 to 2/1 and David Stockdale’s going from 10/11 to 4/1.

“John Ruddy had a fantastic season, at some points singlehandedly keeping Norwich in matches and there has been quite a clamour in the last 24 hours to back him for a deserved England call up,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

With Scott Parker struggling with injury, William Hill have also cut his odds of not going to the Euros from 12/1 to 7/2. Paul Scholes could be the man to profit if Scott Parker does not make the squad, with Hills making him 6/4 for a sensational return to the England fold (1/2 he is not). Regardless of whether he makes the England squad, Scholes is 5/2 to start the game against France at the Euros (he is 2/7 not to).

CHAMPIONS SET TO GO OUT ROBIN & RAID ARSENAL AGAIN!

Manchester City have earmarked Robin van Persie as their number one summer target and William Hill offer 8/11 that the current Premier League Player of the Year has left Arsenal by the start of next season (Even money he is still there).

William Hill are offering 6/4 that Joey Barton’s ban, stemming from his incredible lack of self control against Manchester City, is 12 or more games (1/2 it is shorter).

“We were originally offering 5/6 that Joey’s ban would be shorter than eight games, but that was backed off the boards and so we had to bump up the number of games to 12,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Joe Crilly
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Arsenal 7/4 For Silverware Next Season…but Will Wenger Be In Charge?

Arsenal’s six year wait for silverware took a heavy blow following defeat by Sunderland in the FA Cup. Hills offer 150/1 that they manage to lift a trophy this season but think that 2012/13 season may be more realistic, offering 7/4 that they their next trophy arrives next season. Hills offer 5/4 that Arsene Wenger has left Arsenal come the first game of next season, although he is 4/7 to still be there.

Should Wenger depart the Emirates, Pep Guardiola is the 7/1 favourite to take over, although Remi Garde is 10/1 with Martin O’Neill, Jose Mourinho and Guus Hiddink all offered at 14/1.

“Arsenal are now almost six years without a trophy and although the odds suggest that there may be success next season, it is uncertain as to whether Wenger will be the man in charge should that happen,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Next Permanent Arsenal Manager: 7/1 Pep Guardiola; 10/1 Remi Garde; 14/1 Martin O’Neill; 14/1 Jose Mourinho; 14/1 Guus Hiddink; 16/1 Laurent Blanc; 16/1 Carlo Ancelotti; 20/1 BAR

Next Permanent Chelsea Manager: 9/2 Jose Mourinho; 6/1 Pep Guardiola; 9/1 Fabio Capello; 12/1 Guus Hiddink; 16/1 Didier Deschamps; 20/1 BAR

When Will Arsenal Next Win A Trophy: 150/1 2011/12; 7/4 2012/13; 10/3 2013/14; 9/2 2014/15; 7/4 2015/16 or later
*only EPL/FA Cup/ League Cup/Europa or Champions League Count

Arsene Wenger still at Arsenal next season: 4/7 yes; 5/4 no

FA Cup Outright: 5/2 Tottenham; 3/1 Liverpool; 5/1 Chelsea; 13/2 Sunderland; 7/1 Everton; 12/1 Stoke; 20/1 Bolton; 25/1 Leicester; 66/1 Birmingham; 100/1 Brighton; 250/1 Stevenage; 250/1 Crawley

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

T: 0208 918 3746
M: 07850 518 164
E: jcrilly@williamhill.co.uk

William Hill Press Office; Greenside House; 50 Station Road; Wood Green; London; N22 7TP

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City Slip Could Ultimately Cost Mancini His Job…ferdinand Vs. Terry Round Two…leeds Latest

Manchester City’s defeat to Everton has seen their lead at the top of the table wiped out and Roberto Mancini could find his job in danger if Manchester City fail to lift the trophy this season. William Hill make the City boss 11/4 to have left his position by the start of next season. Jose Mourinho could well be the replacement at the Etihad as he is the 13/8 favourite to be the next City manager.

Sir Alex Ferguson could also be on his way at the end of the season and Hills make him 11/4 to have left his position by the start of next season. Jose Mourinho is also the favourite to take over from Ferguson, with Hills making him 5/2 to be the next Red Devils manager.

“Jose Mourinho is up there as one of the best managers in the world and would be at the top of any elite club’s wish lists but it looks like Manchester will be his ultimate destination,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Manchester United take on Chelsea at the weekend and William Hill are offering 9/4 that Rio Ferdinand and John Terry do not shake hands (1/3 that they do). John Terry is 1/3 to captain England for their first match of Euro 2012, with Steven Gerrard the 4/1 second favourite and Rio Ferdinand 6/1.

Leeds have sacked Simon Grayson and William Hill make Alan Curbishley the 8/11 favourite to succeed him at Elland Road. Roberto Di Matteo is the 7/2 second favourite with John Shridan and Neil Redfearn both offered at 8/1.

William Hill odds:

Next Manchester United Manager: 5/2 Jose Mourinho; 4/1 Ole Gunnar Solksjaer; 8/1 Pep Guardiola; 10/1 David Moyes; 14/1 Martin O’Neill; 20/1 Mark Hughes; 33/1 Carlos Quieroz; 33/1 Gus Hiddink; 33/1 Mike Phelan; 33/1 Ryan Giggs; 33/1 Steve Bruce

Next Manchester City Manager: 13/8 Jose Mourinho; 10/1 Martin O’Neill; 10/1 Gus Hiddink; 10/1 Carlo Ancelotti; 14/1 Frank Rijkaard; 14/1 Rafa Benitez; 20/1 David Moyes; 20/1 Jurgen Klinsmann

Jose Mourinho next club: 13/8 Manchester City; 4/1 Manchester City; 5/1 Tottenham; 6/1 Arsenal; 8/1 England National team; 12/1 Chelsea; 16/1 Portugal national team; 20/1 Inter; 25/1 AC Milan; 33/1 Juventus; 33/1 Barcelona; 33/1 Liverpool; 100/1 Rangers; 100/1 Celtic

Sir Alex Ferguson still at Manchester United come the start of 2012/13 season: 1/4 yes; 11/4 no

Roberto Mancini still at Manchester City come the end of 2012/13 season: 1/4 yes; 11/4 no

John Terry and Rio Ferinand to shake hands on 5th Feb 2012: 1/3 yes; 9/4 no
*both must start AND pre-match handshakes must take place otherwise all bets are void

England Captain: 1/3 John Terry; 4/1 Steven Gerrard; 6/1 Rio Ferdinand; 8/1 Joe Hart; 8/1 Frank Lampard; 20/1 Scott Parker

Next Leeds Manager: 8/11 Neil Warnock; 7/2 Roberto Di Matteo; 8/1 John Sheridan; 8/1 Neil Redfearn; 10/1 Sean O’Driscoll; 10/1 Dave Jones; 10/1 Gus Poyet; 12/1 Billy Davies; 14/1 Steve Bruce; 16/1 Gianfranco Zola; 16/1 Karl Robinson; 16/1 Phil Brown; 16/1 Dennis Wise; 16/1 Alan Curbishley; 20/1 Gordon Strachan; 20/1 Lee Clarke; 25/1 Iain Dowie; 33/1 Peter Reid; 33/1 Dougie Freedman; 40/1 Lucas Radebe; 40/1 Roy Keane; 50/1 Gary McCallister

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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E: jcrilly@williamhill.co.uk

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‘arry Odds On To Remain At Spurs Next Season!

William Hill are offering 4/7 that Harry Redknapp is still the manager of Tottenham on the first day of next season despite the likely availability of the England manager’s job. Jose Mourinho who could be on his way out of Real Madrid, is the 11/1 second favourite. Redknapp is the 7/4 favourite to be the next England manager ahead of Roy Hodgson at 6/1 and Arsene Wenger at 8/1.

Manager of Spurs on 1st day of 12/13 Prem
Harry Redknapp 4/7
Jose Mourinho 11/1
David Moyes 12/1
Fabio Capello 12/1
Carlo Ancelotti 14/1
Brendan Rogers 16/1
Guus Hiddink 16/1
Paul Lambert 16/1
Chris Hughton 20/1
Marcelo Lippi 20/1
Rafa Benitez 20/1
Gus Poyet 25/1
Joachim Low 25/1
Jurgen Klinsmann 25/1
Roberto Martinez 25/1
Owen Coyle 33/1
Jamie Redknapp 100/1

Next England Manager: 7/4 Harry Redknapp; 6/1 Roy Hodgson; 8/1 Arsene Wenger; 10/1 Alan Pardew; 16/1 Martin O’Neill; 16/1 Gareth Southgate; 16/1 Jose Mourinho; 20/1 BAR

Joe Crilly
Press Officer
Twitter: @footy_joe

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M: 07850 518 164
E: jcrilly@williamhill.co.uk

William Hill Press Office; Greenside House; 50 Station Road; Wood Green; London; N22 7TP

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Ferdinand 11/10 To Snub Terry Shake

John Terry and Anton Ferdinand come face to face for the first time since their on-pitch altercation and William Hill are offering 11/10 that the England skipper is snubbed during the pre-match handshakes by Ferdinand.

“With first Wayne Bridge and secondly Anton Ferdinand, John Terry is running out of people to shake hands with,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Frank Lampard is a wanted man, with Carlo Ancelotti looking to team up with his former player at PSG. William Hill are offering 6/4 that Lampard has left Chelsea before the start of next season and make PSG the 5/4 favourites to capture the England midfielder with LA Galaxy 15/8 and Real Madrid 8/1.

Another former Chelsea manager hitting the headlines is Jose Mourinho who could be on his way out of the Bernabeu. William Hill offer 6/5 that he has left Real Madrid by the start of next season and another manager swapping London for the Spanish capital could be Arsene Wenger, who is the 10/3 favourite to take the Real hot seat ahead of Rafa Benitez and Joachim Low at 7/1.

William Hill Odds:

Anton Ferdinand and John Terry to shake hands this weekend: 4/6 yes; 11/10 no

Frank Lampard next club: 5/4 PSG; 15/8 LA Galaxy; 8/1 Real Madrid; 10/1 Inter Milan; 12/1 Milan

Frank Lampard to be at Chelsea on the first game of next season: 1/2 yes; 6/4 no

Tevez to leave Manchester City in January: 1/2 yes; 6/4 no

Tevez to play for Manchester City again: 2/9 no; 3/1 yes

Mourinho to leave Real Madrid by the start of next season: 6/5 yes; 8/13 no

Next Real Madrid Boss: 10/3 Arsene Wenger; 7/1 Rafa Benitez; 7/1 Joachim Low; 16/1 Juan Martinez; 16/1 Sven Goran Eriksson; 16/1 Guus Hiddink; 25/1 Fabio Capello

Joe Crilly
Press Officer
Twitter: @footy_joe

T: 0208 918 3746
M: 07850 518 164
E: jcrilly@williamhill.co.uk

William Hill Press Office; Greenside House; 50 Station Road; Wood Green; London; N22 7TP

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‘arry Favourite To Take Over From Capello

With Fabio Capello just 1/12 to fail to carry on in his position with William Hill, Hills make Harry Redknapp the 7/4 favourite to take over the reins with Martin O’Neill and Arsene Wenger the 8/1 joint second favourites.

William Hill Next England Manager: 7/4 Harry Redknapp; 8/1 Martin O’Neill; 8/1 Arsene Wenger; 10/1 Alan Pardew; 14/1 Gareth Southgate; 14/1 Roy Hodgson; 16/1 Stuart Pearce; 16/1 Jose Mourinho; 20/1 Sam Allardyce; 20/1 Steve Bruce; 20/1 Carlo Ancelotti; 20/1 Guus Hiddink; 25/1 BAR

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

T: 0208 918 3746
M: 07850 518 164
E: jcrilly@williamhill.co.uk

William Hill Press Office; Greenside House; 50 Station Road; Wood Green; London; N22 7TP

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You Bet O’neill On Way Back At Sunderland



BRUCE JUMPS OFF AS MANAGERIAL MERRY-GO-ROUND STARTS REVOLVING

William Hill, who took Steve Bruce out of their Next Manager To Go market at the weekend, have opened a book on who will succeed him at Sunderland, making Martin O’Neill 1/2 favourite, and on who will be the next Prem boss tyo depart – making another Steve, Kean, of Blackburn Rovers,8/11 favourite. ‘It has taken longer than usual but the managerial merry-go-round is now revolving and the next departure is likely to happen rather more quickly’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

William Hill…WHO WILL BE NEXT PERMANENT SUNDERLAND MANAGER?

1/2 Martin O’Neill; 7/1 Rafa Benitez; 10/1 Mark Hughes; 14/1 Bob Bradley; Lee Clark; 16/1 Dave Jones; Steve McLaren; Carlo Ancelotti; Ole Gunnar Solskjaer;Stuart Pearce; 20/1 Alan Curbishley; Sean O’Driscoll; Gareth Southgate. Others on request.

William Hill:‘Next Prem manager to go –
Steve Kean 8/11
Andre Villas-Boas5/2
Owen Coyle4/1
Roberto Martinez6/1
Alex McLeish10/1
Mick McCarthy14/1
Harry Redknapp14/1
No more managers to leave this season14/1
Others on request.

Further information….graham sharpe…..0780 3233702
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O’ Neill Favourite To Be Next Sunderland Manager

William Hill SUSPEND ‘FIRST PREM BOSS OUT’ MARKET AND OPEN BOOK ON NEXT SUNDERLAND BOSS

William Hill have suspended their market on who will be the first Premier League manager to leave his club this season, but have opened a book on who will succeed Steve Bruce as permanent Sunderland manager, installing Martin O’Neill as favourite to become boss at the club.
‘Rumours have been swirling around, suggesting the possibility of Steve Bruce’s imminent departure from Sunderland, leaving us with no real alternative to suspending the market pending an official statement from the club about his future’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.’Only yesterday, Steve Bruce had become 11/8 favourite to be the 1st Prem boss to leave his club this season.’

William Hill…WHO WILL BE NEXT PERMANENT SUNDERLAND MANAGER?

Martin O’Neill
5/4

Rafa Benitez
6/1

Lee Clark
9/1

Mark Hughes
10/1

Bob Bradley
14/1

Dave Jones
16/1

Steve McLaren
16/1

Carlo Ancelotti
16/1

Ole Gunnar Solskaer
16/1

Stuart Pearce
16/1

Alan Curbishley
20/1

Sean O’Driscoll
20/1

Gareth Southgate
20/1

David Moyes
25/1

Glenn Hoddle
25/1

Sven-Goran Eriksson
25/1

Gianfranco Zola
33/1

Peter Reid
33/1

Roy Keane
33/1

Others on request.

Further information….graham sharpe…0780 3233702

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