Redknapp Stays At Spurs For Now But Moyes Waiting In The Wings

The twittersphere was awash with rumours of Harry Redknapp quitting Spurs – rumours that were quickly silenced by the man himself, but what if they were true? William Hill have made David Moyes the 5/4 favourite to become the next permanent Spurs boss with Roberto Martinez 4/1 second favourite. Harry is 4/1 for his next job to be an international one, although on the back of reported rumours last summer of interest from the Middle East, Al Ahly are 6/1 to be his next destination.

“Redknapp moved quickly to quash the rumours that he was on his way but there are still talks ongoing about his new contract and should he leave the club any time soon, it looks like Moyes is the frontrunner to replace him,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Harry Redknapp’s Next Club?
International team 4/1
Al-Ahly 6/1
Chelsea 6/1
Everton 7/1
Swansea 8/1
Man Utd 10/1
Newcastle 10/1
Arsenal 14/1
Liverpool 16/1
Man City 16/1

Next Spurs Boss
David Moyes 5/4
Roberto Martinez 4/1
Jurgen Klinsman 10/1
Andre Villas-Boas 12/1
Rafa Benitez 14/1
Fabio Capello 16/1
Gus Poyet 16/1
Alan Pardew 20/1
Marco Van Basten 20/1
Alan Curbishley 33/1

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Is Martin Off On His Jol-ies To The North West Or Will Alan Curb His Enthusiasm?

Despite the Venky’s Group maintaining that they want to appoint an English manager to replace Sam Allardyce at Blackburn, it is Dutchman Martin Jol who heads the betting at William Hill at 4/1. He is then followed by a veritable army of British and Irish managers, with Dave Jones and Chris Hughton both 5/1 and Alan Curbishley at 6/1.

“Martin Jol performed well during his time at Tottenham and he is currently out of a job, however, should the fact that he is not British count against him, Dave Jones, Chris Hughton and Alan Curbishley are all waiting in the wings,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

William Hill Next Blackburn Manager:

4/1 Martin Jol; 5/1 Dave Jones; 5/1 Chris Hughton; 6/1 Alan Curbishley; 7/1 Martin O’Neill; 7/1 Roy Keane; 15/2 Chris Coleman; 9/1 Steve McClaren; 10/1 Phil Brown; 10/1 Sven –Goran Eriksson; 12/1 Diego Maradona; 12/1 Alan Shearer; 14/1 Stuart Pearce; 16/1 David O’Leary; 16/1 Gordon Strachan; 20/1 Paul Jewell; 25/1 Iain Dowie; 25/1 Paul Lambert; 25/1 Ray Wilkins; 25/1 Simon Grayson; 25/1 Steve Clarke; 33/1 Frank Rijkaard; 40/1 Jurgen Klinsmann
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Ian In Rush To Replace Flynn Should Wales Wilt

Brian Flynn is taking charge of the Welsh side for their two Euro 2012 qualifiers on Friday and Tuesday but William Hill make him only 6/5 second favourite to take the job on a permanent basis. Should Wales perform well in their two games against Bulgaria and Switzerland, it would certainly not do his chances of getting the job any harm. William Hill are offering odds of 7/4 that Wales gain three points over the two games, 9/4 that they get no points and 20/1 that they get six.

Ian Rush, whose only foray into management was a short stint with Chester, is the Even Money favourite and Chris Coleman is 9/2 third favourite.

“Much depends on how well Wales fare over these two qualifiers. Should they do well, Flynn would be a shoo-in, although should Wales fail to perform, there are contenders waiting in the wings,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

William Hill Wales Odds:

Next Permanent Wales Manager: 1/1 Ian Rush; 6/5 Brian Flynn; 9/2 Chris Coleman; 8/1 Terry Venebles; 20/1 BAR

How Many Points Will Wales Get In The Two Euro 2012 Qualifiers: 7/4 Three; 2/1 One; 9/4 None8/1 Four; 16/1 Two; 20/1 Six

Further Information…Joe Crilly…0208 918 3746 / 07850 815 164

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