Quinn Quits – You Bet Bruce Next

QUINN QUITS – WILL BRUCE BE NEXT?

WITH Niall Quinn quitting as Sunderland chairman, William Hill have halved their odds for Steve Bruce to be the next Premier League manager to leave his job, from 4/1 to 2/1 second favourite, with only Steve Kean of Blackburn rated more likely, at 4/9 favourite. ‘Niall Quinn’s departure from the post probably leaves Steve Bruce without an important boardroom ally and with results not exactly setting the division alight, the manager suddenly looks more vulnerable’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills NOW OFFER 5/6 THAT BRUCE WILL STILL BE BOSS WHEN SUNDERLAND’S LAST GAME OF THE SEASON KICKS OFF, 5/6 THAT HE WILL NOT.

William Hill…Next Prem boss to go…4/9 Kean; 2/1 Bruce; 8/1 Coyle; 12/1 Moyes; 14/1 Wenger. Others on request.

Further information…graham sharpe..0780 3233702

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Arsene In Trouble…8/1 To Be Next To Go, 9/4 To Go This Season

Arsenal’s humbling at the hands of Blackburn have seen William Hill shorten his odds of NOT being at Arsenal on the last day of the season to 9/4. He is 1/3 to still be there. Arsene Wenger is back down to 8/1 to be the next manager to leave their club having drifted out to 12/1 on transfer deadline day.

“Arsene brought in a number of players on transfer deadline day, intended to strengthen the side, but the new faces appear, at first glance, not to have done the trick and Wenger could be out on his Arsene very soon,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Hills offer 10/1 that Arsenal finish in the bottom half and having conceded another two own goals, Arsenal are 4/1 to score at least another five own goals this season. Arsenal are now far and away the Premier League’s leakiest side and Hills offer 13/8 that Arsenal concede over 55 goals this season.

William Hill Odds:

How Many Own Goals Will Arsenal Score This Season: 13/2 None; 5/2 One; 5/2 Two; 9/2 Three; 10/1 Four; 4/1 Five or more

Wenger to be in charge on the last day of the season: 1/3 yes; 9/4 gone

8/1 Arsene Wenger to be next Premier League manager to go

Total Arsenal goals conceded in PL this season: 15/8 under 48; 6/4 49-55; 13/8 55 or more

10/1 Arsenal to finish bottom half this season

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

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You Bet Sam Next Boss To Go West ( Brom )

YOU BET SAM IS NEXT IN LINE TO GO WEST

SAM ALLARDYCE has been installed as 6/5 favourite by William Hill to be West Brom’s next permanent manager – ‘Sam is available and qualified for the fire-fighting role which West Brom clearly believe they need to fill’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.’There was no betting indication that Roberto d Matteo would be fired – he was a 6/1 chance to be the next boss out but had attracted no significant support’

Next Permanent West Brom Manager:

Sam Allardyce6/5
Derek McInnes7/2
Michael Appleton7/1
Paul Lambert8/1
Gus Poyet8/1
Chris Hughton10/1
Alan Curbishley10/1
Aidy Boothroyd12/1
Tony Mowbray14/1
Billy Davies14/1
Paul Ince14/1
Martin Jol16/1
Glenn Hoddle20/1

33/1 REMAINING ROBERTOS TO GO WEST!

AVRAM GRANT is now favourite to be the next Premier League manager to leave his job for an amazing SEVENTH time this season. ‘Avram Grant has been default favourite to be the next boss out every time one has left this season, and at other times as well – any punter backing him will by now be well out of pocket’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.’It looks like a difficult season to be a Roberto in the Premier League and we offer 7/1 that the next boss out will be another Roberto, and 33/1 that both Martinez and Mancini leave their jobs before the end of this season’

Hills– NEXT PREM BOSS TO GO THIS SEASON…
Avram Grant8/11
No More ManagersTo Leave Before End of Season4/1
Alex McLeish7/1
Roberto Martinez10/1
David Moyes12/1
Carlo Ancelotti16/1
Mark Hughes16/1
Mick McCarthy20/1
Ian Holloway20/1
Alan Pardew20/1
Roberto Mancini20/1
Kenny Dalgleish25/1
Next Permanent West Brom Manager25/1
Gerard Houllier25/1
Steve Bruce33/1
Steve Kean33/1
Owen Coyle40/1
Tony Pulis50/1
Arsene Wenger80/1
Harry Redknapp80/1
Sir Alex Ferguson100/1
Others on Request.

HOW MANY MORE BOSSES OUT THIS SEASON?…..0- 4/1; 1- Evens; 2 or more – 13/10

NEXT BOSS OUT THIS SEASON TO BE A ROBERTO…..7/1
MANCINI/MARTINEZ BOTH OUT BEFORE END OF SEASON…..33/1

Further information…..graham sharpe….07803233702

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Punters Back ‘big Four’ Bosses To Go Quickly

PUNTERS BACK ‘BIG FOUR’ BOSSES TO GO QUICKLY
William Hill have halved their odds for the four Premier League manager currently most under pressure – Carlo Ancelotti, Avram Grant, Roy Hodgson and Gerard Houllier – all to leave their jobs before they next play a Premier League match, from 33/1 to 16/1. ‘Punters believe that all four are highly vulnerable and that it is a decent value bet that none of them will see another Premier League game in charge of their current club’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

William Hill BIG FOUR BOSS SPECIAL……..
All four still managers when next Prem games played…….. 7/4
One manager gone ……………………………………………….13/8
Two managers gone ………………………………………………10/3
Three managers gone ……………………………………………..6/1
All four no longer managers ………………………………………16/1

William Hill…NEXT PREM BOSS TO GO….4/7 Hodgson; 9/4 Ancelotti; 7/2 Grant; 13/2 Houllier; 9 Hughes; 16 McCarthy. Others on request.

Further information…graham sharpe…0208 918 3731.

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Big Same Set To Leave Blackburn ? Punters Bet He Is .

YOU BET ALLARDYCE SET TO JOIN HAMMERS!

BOOKMAKERS William Hill have seen a run of three figure bets for Sam Allardyce to be the next Premier League manager to leave his job and have slashed his odds from 33/1 to 3/1. ‘We have seen a string of bets of between £100 and £200 a time – most of them struck by people opening accounts purely to place the bets. At the same time some of them are also backing Avram Grant to be the next boss to go – leading us to the conclusion that they have reason to believe Allardyce may be set to take over at West Ham – or Avram Grant at Blackburn!’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

William Hill….NEXT PREM BOSS TO GO…Evens Avram Grant; 3/1 Sam Allardyce; 4/1 Roy Hodgson. Others on request.

Further information…graham sharpe…0208 918 3731

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New Newcastle Boss Already Backed To Be Next Out

PESSIMISTIC GEORDIES BETTING ON RELEGATION AND DEMISE OF YET-TO-BE-CONFIRMED BOSS!

William Hill have cut their odds for Newcastle to be relegated this season from 5/1 to 7/2, and are already offering 25/1 that the club’s new boss – whoever he may be – will be the next Premier League manager to leave his job! ‘Some Newcastle fans seem to believe that a change of manager will doom them to relegation – and we have already seen money for the next boss appointed to be the next Premier League manager to leave his post!’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

HILL’S CURRENT NEWCASTLE NEXT BOSS ODDS…1/12 Pardew……7/1 Wilkins……9/1 Jol……10/1 O’Neill…….10/1 Curbishley…20/1 Hoddle.

Further information…..graham sharpe…0780 3233702

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William Hill Suspend Betting On Next Premier League Manager To Go

William Hill have suspended betting on the next manager to go market amidst rumours about Carlo Ancelotti’s future at Chelsea. Ancelotti was priced at 10/1 to go following a short run of poor results recently.

“We have seen a few quid, although nothing significant, in the last 24 hours, but that is no great surprise following two defeats. We have since heard rumours he has resigned and have decided to err on the side of caution and suspend betting until more information was revealed,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Further Information…Joe Crilly…07850 518 164

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Avram 17/1 To Inspire Pool Double

WILL AVRAM BE GRANTED 17/1 SURVIVAL DOUBLE?

WITH Avram Grant reportedly needing to lead West Ham to victory over Blackpool and Liverpool in the Hammers’ next two league games in order to avoid becoming an ex-manager of the club, William Hill are offering 17/1 that he will achieve that feat – and make him 5/2 second favourite to be the next Premier League manager to leave his club.
‘Avram’s long-term future at West Ham appears to be in doubt at the moment, but rumours do not always turn into fact in football’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

William Hill…Next Prem boss to leave his club…2/1 Mancini; 5/2 Grant; 6 Hughton; 7 Hodgson; 11 McCarthy; 14 Martinez. Others on request.

Further information….graham sharpe…0780 3233702

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Hodgson Favourite To Be Next Boss Out

As Liverpool shortest ever price to be relegated:
NOW HODGSON FAVOURITE TO BE NEXT PREM BOSS OUT!

ROY HODGSON is now favourite with William Hill to be the next Premier League manager to lose his job this season, following Liverpool’s lacklustre display against Everton. ‘The new owners have said they want to give Hodgson their backing, but everyone knows how vulnerable bosses are if they lose the fans, and capitulating to your deadliest rivals is not the best way to keep them on your side ‘ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
William Hill HAVE SLASHED LIVERPOOL FROM 18/1 TO 11/1 TO BE RELEGATED – THE SHORTEST ODDS AT WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN QUOTED IN PREMIER LEAGUE HISTORY. AND Hills ALSO OFFER 80/1 THAT THEY WILL FINISH BOTTOM OF THE TABLE. ‘Liverpool being quoted at just 11/1 for the drop this season, is something we’d have offered longer odds than 11/1about at the start of the campaign!’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills… Roy Hodgson to leave Liverpool before the end of the season?
Yes 5/6
No 5/6

Hills….Roy Hodgson to still be there on the first day of next Premier League season 2011/12?
Yes 5/4
No 4/7

Hills…NEXT PREM BOSS TO GO….
Roy Hodgson15/8
Roberto Martinez7/2
Avram Grant4/1
Roberto Mancini9/1
Chris Hughton10/1
Mark Hughes10/1
Alex McLeish11/1
David Moyes14/1
Ian Holloway16/1
Mick McCarthy16/1
Roberto Di Matteo20/1
No Manager To Go25/1

ROONEY BACKED TO LEAVE UNITED

William Hill have cut their odds for Wayne Rooney to leave Manchester United after punters backed him to go following Sunday newspaper stories suggesting he could soon be on his way out of Old Trafford.
‘Very few punters are interested in backing Wayne still to be a United player at the start of next season and we have cut the odds about him going both during the coming January transfer window – from 7/1 to 13/2, and at the end of the season but before the start of next from 7/2 to 3/1’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
And Hills no longer even make Rooney favourite to top score in the Premier League this season for his own club, offering him at 15/8 to do so – behind favourite Dimitar Berbatov, who currently has a five goal lead over Rooney.

Hills….Rooney to leave in the Summer Transfer Window

Yes 3/1 (from 7/2)
No 2/9

Hills…Rooney to leave in the January Transfer Window?

Yes 1/14
No 13/2 (from 7/1)

Hills….Top Man Utd League Goalscorer?
Dimitar Berbatov…4/5……Wayne Rooney…15/8….Nani…11/2….Javier Hernandez…7/1…Michael Owen…20/1
Others on request

Dead heat rules apply. Current goals count towards total.
Berbatov, 6. Nani, 3. Rooney, Owen & Hernandez all 1.

Current red cards are shown in brackets. Dead heat rules apply.

WHO’LL SEE MOST RED CARDS DURING PREM SEASON?

William Hill have opened a book on which Premier League side will be handed the most red cards during this season, and make Bolton their 11/2 favourites, just ahead of Arsenal, with Chelsea and Manchester United the complete outsiders. ‘Red cards are suddenyl newsworthy after Danny Murphy’s recent comments so we have decided to open a book on who’ll end up the most red-faced at the end of the campaign’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Bolton11/2….3
Arsenal..6…..3
Wolves13/2….2
Sunderland9….2
Birmingham10…..1
WBA14……..1
Blackpool14…..1
Liverpool16…..1
Newcastle18….0
Stoke City20…..0
West Ham Utd25…..0
Blackburn25….0
Everton25….0
Wigan Athletic28…..0
Aston Villa33…..0
Tottenham33….0
Fulham33……0
Manchester City33….0
Chelsea40…..0
Man Utd40………0

Further information…..graham sharpe…0780 3233702

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Ken Dalglish Come Back To Boss Liverpool ?

YOU BET DALGLISH KEN COME BACK TO MANAGE LIVERPOOL !

William Hill are offering odds of 10/3 that Kenny Dalglish will become Liverpool manager at any stage of the current Premier League season. ‘With Liverpool in the relegation zone, Roy Hodgson under pressure and sections of the crowd calling for the return of ‘King Kenny’ we have opened a book on whether Dalglish will manage the side at any point during the current season’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills….Kenny Dalglish to manage Liverpool at any point during the 2010/11 Premier League season …10/3 YES; 1/5 NO

Hills NOW OFFER 5/6 THAT ROY HODGSON WILL STILL BE LIVERPOOL MANAGER ON THE FIRST DAY OF NEXT SEASON, 5/6 THAT HE WILL NOT. ‘It seems to us to be as likely that he will be boss still, as that he will not, so we’re sitting on the fence with this one!’ said Sharpe.

Hills also offer 6/5 that Hodgson will go before the end of this season and make him 5/1 third favourite to be the next Premier League manager to part company with his club. Roberto Martinez is 3/1 favourite, with Avram Grant 7/2 second favourite.

Hills…..Where Will Liverpool Finish?

Champions
100/1

2nd – 4th
9/2

5th-10th
1/3

11th-17th
4/1

Bottom 3
18/1

Bottom 100/1

Further information…….graham sharpe…..0780 3233702

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