Money On Mcglynn To Be New Hearts Boss

John McGlynn has been backed by William Hill punters to take up the vacant manager’s role at Tynecastle.

The Raith Rovers boss is 7/1 to take the post but ex Lokomotiv Moscow boss Jose Couceiro is still the favourite for the Hearts hot seat at 11/10. 40% of bets on the market have been placed on McGlynn.

“McGlynn has done a solid job at Raith Rovers leading punters to believe that it could be time for a step up. He is somewhat of an outsider with Couceiro heading the market and ex players Paul Hartley and Stephen Pressley close to him. It is a case of watch this space,” said Hill’s spokesman Mark Young.

Next Hearts Manager: 11/10 J Couceiro, 5/1 S Pressley, 11/2 G Locke, 6/1 C Cameron, 6/1 P Hartley, 7/1 J McGlynn, 10/1 B Davies, 12/1 T Butcher, 14/1 J Jeffries, 16/1 J Robertson, 16/1 L Clark, 16/1 S McCall, 16/1 D Weir, 20/1 D Gvildys, 20/1 E Riabovas, 20/1 R Zutautas, 20/1 S Clarke, 25/1 J Calderwood, 25/1 D Adams, 33/1 A McCleish, 40/1 B Reid.

Further Information
Mark Young
Phone: 02089183981

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William Hill Scottish Football Specials

William Hill…….Scottish Football Specials

To Finish Bottom of SPL
Dunfermline 1/4
Hibernian 11/4
Inverness 25/1
St Mirren 50/1

Top Goalscorer SPL
Gary Hooper 2/5
Jon Daly 7/2
Francisco Sandaza 8/1
Anthony Stokes 14/1
Michael Higdon 20/1

It will soon be time for the awards to be handed out
and William Hill have priced up the PFA awards

SPFA Player of the Year? (Last Year – Izaguirre)
Charlie Mulgrew 3/1
Scott Brown 3/1
Joe Ledley 4/1
Carlos Bocanegra 6/1
Gary Hooper 8/1
Lee Wallace 8/1
Steven Davis 8/1
Francisco Sandaza 10/1
Fraser Forster 10/1
Keith Lasley 10/1
Paul Dixon 10/1
Steven Naismith 10/1
Sone Aluko 12/1
Jon Daly 14/1
Rudi Skacel 20/1
Scott Vernon 20/1

SPFA Young Player of the Year (Last Year – Goodwillie)
James Forrest 4/11
Gary Mackay-Steven 5/1
Johnny Russell 5/1
Victor Wanyama 5/1
Adam Matthews 10/1

SPFA Manager of The Year (Last Year – John McGlynn)
Neil Lennon 10/11
Derek Adams 5/2
Stuart McCall 7/2
Kenny Shiels 4/1
Colin Cameron 8/1
Paul Hartley 8/1
Ally McCoist 12/1
Craig Brown 14/1

Singles Only Accepted on the Awards Markets

With it being a matter of when and not if Celtic
clinch the title the race is on for Second Place in
the SPL.
Who will finish Second in the SPL?
Rangers 1/5
Motherwell 10/3

The above sides meet at Fir Park on Saturday
and a win for the home side will see them level
on points with Rangers.
Motherwell to beat Rangers on Sat and
Finish Second 11/2
Motherwell to Lose to Rangers on Sat
and Finish Second 14/1
Rangers to beat Motherwell on Sat and
Finish Second 6/4
Rangers to Lose to Motherwell on Sat
and Finish Second 10/3

Match Specials

Motherwell v Rangers
Nicky Law has been on form at home for Motherwell
with 4 goals from his last 7 home matches
Law to Score Anytime 6/1

Sone Aluko has scored 4 goals in his last 6 matches
Aluko to Score Anytime and Rangers to Win 16/5

Rangers have won their last 4 matches v Motherwell without
conceding a goal
Rangers to Win to Nil 7/2

Dundee Utd v Dunfermline
Dundee Utd have kept a Clean Sheet in 3 of their
last 4 home SPL matches
Dundee Utd to Win to Nil 21/20

Dunfermline have not lost in the SPL in their last 4
visits to Tannadice.
Dunfermline Draw No Bet 11/2

Hearts v Aberdeen
Hearts have not lost a goal in their last 6 matches
against Aberdeen.
Hearts to Keep a Clean Sheet 11/10

The Dons have failed to score in the SPL on the three
occasions they have visited the capital this season
(2 v Hibs and 1 v Hearts) they will be looking to top
scorer Scott Vernon to break that duck.
Scott Vernon to Score Anytime 2/1

St Mirren v Kilmarnock
St Mirren have failed to win in the SPL in 2012 so far,
Their 11 matches has seen no fewer than 7 draws.
Last time out they threw away a 1-0 Half Time lead
and got a point at Dunfermline.
St Mirren To lead at Half time and Not Win 11/1

Paul Heffernan scored his first goals in 5 matches when
netting a double last week at home to Motherwell. He
also scored in the 2-1 win over St Mirren in January.
Heffernan to Score 2 or more 9/1

Celtic v St Johnstone
Gary Hooper was a late substitute v Rangers and will
be looking for a starting spot v the Saints.
Hooper to Score a Hat-trick 12/1

Francesco Sandaza is closing down on Gary Hooper
at the top of the SPL Goalscoring Charts and scoring
against Hoopers side would make him a serious contender
Sandaza to Score Anytime 7/2

Inverness v Hibernian
Inverness never seem to get back into a match if they
lose the first goal but that could change today
Inverness to Come From behind and Win 8/1

Garry O’Connor has scored in both matches against
Inverness this season
O’Connor to Score Anytime 2/1

Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.
TWITTER- @sharpeangle

T: 020 8918 3731
M: 07803 233702

William Hill, Greenside House, 50 Station Road,
Wood Green, London, N22 7TP.

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Mcinnes Fav For Hearts Hot Seat

Amidst reports that Jim Jefferies has left Hearts, William Hill have reopened their next manager to go market and make Colin Calderwood the 10/11 favourite, followed by Terry Butcher at 4/1. Derek McInnes and Kenny Shiels are both 9/1.

“Punters have been taken by surprise by this reported decision as Jefferies was a 10/1 chance to be the first SPL boss to go this season,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Following the shock departure, St Johnstone Manager, Derek McInnes has been installed as the 9/2 favourite to be next in the hot seat. It’s a very open book with Mark McGhee at 5/1 and Paul Hartley 11/2. Jeffries was 10/1 to be the first manager to go in the SPL.

Next SPL Manager to leave: 10/11 Colin Calderwood; 4/1 Terry Butcher; 9/1 Derek McInnes; 9/1 Kenny Shiels; 16/1 Ally McCoist; 16/1 Danny Lennon; 25/1 Craig Brown; 25/1 Neil Lennon; 25/1 Peter Houston; 25/1 Stuart McCall; 33/1 Jim McIntyre

Next Permanent Hearts Manager: 9/2 Derek McInnes; 5/1 Steven Pressley 5/1 Mark McGhee; 11/2 Paul Hartley; 6/1 Gary Locke; 13/2 Darius Gvildys; 13/2 Eugenijus Riabovas; 13/2 Jose Couceiro; 10/1 John Robertson; 12/1 David Weir; 12/1 Terry Butcher; 14/1 Jimmy Calderwood; 14/1 John McGlynn; 20/1 Gordon Strachan; 20/1 Mixu Paatelainen; 25/1 Walter Smith

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

T: 0208 918 3746
M: 07850 518 164

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

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Weekend Scottish Specials


Scottish Specials 9th April

Celtic 1/2
Rangers 6/4

YES 5/6
NO 5/6

Celtic 1/50
Rangers 12/1

With the shortlists for the SPFA Player of the Year due to
be announced this month here are the latest odds.
Emilio Izaguirre 7/2
Steven Naismith 5/1
Steven Whittaker 5/1
Gary Hooper 7/1
Allan McGregor 10/1
Beram Kayal 10/1
David Goodwillie 10/1
Steven Davis 10/1
Alexei Eremenko 12/1
David Weir 12/1
Marius Zaliukas 16/1

David Goodwillie 15/8
David Templeton 4/1
Jamie Ness 6/1
James Forrest 13/2
Chris Maguire 7/1
Ki Sung-Yueng 8/1
Callum Booth 12/1
Johnny Russell 16/1

Walter Smith EVS
Jim Jeffries 4/1
Neil Lennon 4/1
Jim McIntyre 8/1
John McGlynn 8/1
Craig Brown 12/1
Peter Houston 16/1
Danny Lennon 25/1

Both sides just cant stop scoring at present
None 15/8
One 29/20
Two 14/5
Three 8/1
Four or More 20/1

None 8/5
One 11/8
Two 16/5
Three 10/1
Four or More 25/1

Michael Higdon is on fire just now with 6 goals in his last
3 matches for the Buddies.
Michael Higdon to Score Anytime 4/1

Gary Hooper missed a Penalty on Wednesday which would
have completed his hat-trick
Gary Hooper to Score 2 or More 5/2
Gary Hooper to Score a Hat-trick 12/1

In 5 of the last 7 United matches either David Goodwillie
or Johnny Russell have netted for United.
David Goodwillie or Johnny Russell To Score First 17/10

St Johnstones Only goal in their past 8 SPL games has been
an own goal.
St Johnstone not to score (Dundee Utd Clean Sheet) 17/20

Ryan Stevenson has netted in the last two Jambos matches
Ryan Stevenson to Score Anytime 6/4

Chris Humphrey has scored in the last three Well matches
Chris Humphrey to Score Anytime 7/1

The side who has been winning at half time has went on to win
the match the last 3 times they have met
Kilmarnock Half Time – Full Time 23/10
Inverness Half Time – Full Time 11/2

Hamilton have won 6 of the last 8 meetings at home to Rangers
on the 2 goal handicap market.
Hamilton +2 5/6

Steven Whittaker has scored 7 goals in his last 7 starts
against Hamilton
Steven Whittaker to Score Anytime 10/3

0 – 3 33/1
4 – 7 9/1
8 – 11 5/2
12 – 15 11/10
16 or More 3/1
All games must take place or void

Celtic 11/4
Rangers 4/1
Aberdeen 7/1
Hibernian 8/1
Dundee Utd 9/1
Hearts 10/1
Kilmarnock 10/1
Inverness 12/1
Motherwell 14/1
St Johnstone 20/1
St Mirren 25/1
Hamilton 33/1

Further information…..graham sharpe….0208 918 3731

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Gus Or Kenny Set To Make A Killing At Killie

Following Mixu Paatelainen leaving Kilmarnock, William Hill have installed former St Mirren manager, Gus MacPhearson, and current Killie first team coach (and caretaker manager) Kenny Shiels as the 2/1 joint favourites. Jim McIntyre is a 7/2 shot while the rest of the contenders are 8/1 or bigger.

“There appear to be three big contenders at the moment and we fully expect that these will be the first three people that the Killie board will speak to,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

William Hill Next Kilmarnock Boss:

Outright: 2/1 Gus MacPhearson; 2/1 Kenny Shiels; 7/2 Jim McIntyre; 8/1 Gordon Chisholm; 8/1 John Hughes; 14/1 Alex Rae; 14/1 John Collins; 14/1 Mark McGhee; 16/1 Ian McCall; 16/1 John McGlynn; 20/1 Derek Adams; 20/1 Tommy McLean; 25/1 Billy Dodds; 33/1 Ian Durrant; 33/1 Thomas Hassler; 40/1 Gordon Strachan; 40/1 Jimmy Nicholl; 50/1 Jimmy Calderwood

Further Information…Joe Crilly…0208 918 3746 / 07850 518 164

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Anyone Who Had The Hearts………..


Jim Jeffries is William Hill‘s favourite to become the next Hearts’ boss. Hills‘ list:

Jim Jeffries 1/2
Steven Pressley 4/1
John Robertson 6/1
John McGlynn 6/1
Paul Lambert 6/1
George Burley 10/1
Gordon Chisholm 10/1
Derek McInnes 10/1
Ian McCall 12/1
Terry Butcher 12/1
Billy Davies 12/1
Steven Frail 12/1
Paul Sturrock 14/1
Joe Kinnear 20/1

Further information….graham sharpe…0780 3233702

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