Mancini Magic Lost Its Shine – Evens To Have Left By Next Season

Reports have today suggested that Manchester City’s recent downturn in form could result in the loss of Roberto Mancini’s job. William Hill make the Italian Even money to have departed City by the start of next season (8/11 to still be there). Even more humiliating for City, will be the fact that the race could well be over by the time the two sides face each other at the Etihad on the 30th April. Hills offer 11/10 that is the case (4/6 it is not). Hills offer just Even money now for Manchester United to win the league by seven or more points.

“City appear to have well and truly blown it,” said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly. “The derby was being billed as a title decider but following City’s recent slump, it could all be over by then.”

Sam Allardyce has been given the deadly vote of confidence by the West Ham board, who claim his job is safe even if he fails to take the club up this season. Hills agree offering 1/3 that he is still there on the first day of next season (9/4 he is not).

Fernando Torres has shown recent good form and William Hill think his torrid time at Chelsea may be coming to an end. He is 4/6 to go to the Euros and just 1/4 to still be at Chelsea next season.

Roberto Mancini to be in charge of Manchester City at the start of next season: 8/11 yes; 1/1 no

Will United have won the League by the Manchester derby: 11/10 yes; 4/6 no

How many points will Manchester United win the Premier League by: 1/1 seven points or more; 4/1 four – six points; 5/1 not win the league; 6/1 one – three points; 10/1 goal difference

When will Manchester City next win: 13/8 Arsenal; 5/6 WBA; 7/1 Norwich; 16/1 Wolves; 33/1 Manchester United; 50/1 none of these games

Relegation trebles: 5/4 Wolves/Wigan/QPR; 11/4 Wolves/Wigan/Blackburn; 9/2 Wolves/Wigan/Bolton; 9/2 Wigan/QPR/Bolton; 9/2 Wigan/QPR/Blackburn; 14/1 QPR/Bolton/Blackburn

Relegation: 1/25 Wolves (9/1 to stay up); 2/5 Wigan (7/4); 1/2 QPR (6/4); 6/4 Blackburn; 5/2 Bolton; 10/1 BAR

Premier League Winner: 1/9 Manchester United; 5/1 Manchester City

Sam Allardyce to be manager of West Ham at the start of next season: 1/3 yes; 9/4 no

Fernando Torres to be at Chelsea at the start of next season: 1/4 yes; 11/4 no

Fernando Torres next club: 7/2 PSG; 5/1 Inter Milan; 6/1 AC Milan; 6/1 Barcelona; 7/1 Atletico Madrid; 9/1 Anzhi; 9/1 Juventus; 12/1 Real Madrid; 14/1 Tottenham; 20/1 Liverpool

Fernando Torres to go to the European Championships: 4/6 yes; 11/10 no

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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1/9 United Have One Hand (or More) On The Title After Blackburn Victory

Manchester United defeated Blackburn and William Hill now make the Red Devils 1/9 to win the Premier League, with Manchester City the 5/1 second favourites. Hills make Manchester United Even money to win the league by seven or more points. At the other end of the table, Blackburn are 6/4 to be relegated (1/2 to stay up).

“Manchester United now have one hand on the trophy and it will take either a mammoth effort from City or an epic failure from United to prevent them from grabbing title number 20,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

How many points will Manchester United win the Premier League by: 1/1 seven points or more; 4/1 four – six points; 5/1 not win the league; 6/1 one – three points; 10/1 goal difference

When will Manchester City next win: 13/8 Arsenal; 5/6 WBA; 7/1 Norwich; 16/1 Wolves; 33/1 Manchester United; 50/1 none of these games

Relegation trebles: 5/4 Wolves/Wigan/QPR; 11/4 Wolves/Wigan/Blackburn; 9/2 Wolves/Wigan/Bolton; 9/2 Wigan/QPR/Bolton; 9/2 Wigan/QPR/Blackburn; 14/1 QPR/Bolton/Blackburn

Relegation: 1/25 Wolves (9/1 to stay up); 2/5 Wigan (7/4); 1/2 QPR (6/4); 6/4 Blackburn; 5/2 Bolton; 10/1 BAR

Premier League Winner: 1/9 Manchester United; 5/1 Manchester City

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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