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
Press Officer

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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

Further information…..graham sharpe…0780 3233702
twitter- @sharpeangle

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Hodgson Fancied For England: Will Gerrard Miss Out On Captaincy?

Roy Hodgson is the 1/8 favourite to get the England job with William Hill after news emerged that the West Brom manager had been approached by the FA. Having been as short as 1/4 on Saturday, Harry Redknapp is out to 9/2 with current interim manager Stuart Pearce 25/1.

“The FA have announced that Hodgson is the first man that they want to speak to, but whether this is an indication that he is first choice is uncertain,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “All those that think Harry is still the man for the job, now have the opportunity to back him at odds against.”

After his missed penalty against Blackburn signalled the end for Hodgson, Hills have pushed out the price of Steven Gerrard wearing the captain’s armband for England’s first Euros game from 5/4 to 11/8, while Scott Parker is in from 5/4 to 6/5. Joe Hart is the 7/1 third favourite.

Carlos Tevez has announced that he would love to stay at Manchester City for the foreseeable future and Hills have cut his odds of staying until at least next season from 6/4 to 1/20.

England Captain for Euro 2012 Game vs France: 6/5 Scott Parker; 11/8 Steven Gerrard; 7/1 Joe Hart; 12/1 Frank Lampard; 33/1 Rio Ferdinand; 33/1 Ashley Cole; 33/1 Gareth Barry
*If captain for this game is John Terry then all bets void

Next permanent England manager: 1/8 Roy Hodgson; 9/2 Harry Redknapp; 25/1 Stuart Pearce; 25/1 Martin O’Neill; 33/1 Alan {ardew; 33/1 Guus Hiddink; 33/1 Rafa Benitez; 40/1 Pep Guardiola; 50/1 BAR

When Will England next lose: 11/4 Norway; 3/1 Belgium; 4/1 France; 7/1 Sweden; 10/1 Ukraine; 5/2 unbeaten for these games

Who Will Start Englands First Euro 2012 Game vs France?

Kyle Walker (Yes) 11/10
Kyle Walker (No) 4/6
Frank Lampard (Yes) 5/4
Frank Lampard (No) 4/7
Ashley Young (Yes) 4/7
Ashley Young (No) 5/4
Danny Welbeck (Yes) 5/6
Danny Welbeck (No) 5/6
James Milner (Yes) 2/1
James Milner (No) 4/11
Daniel Sturridge (Yes) 11/10
Daniel Sturridge (No) 4/6

Joe Crilly
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Dalglish Odds On For The Chop For The First Time Since Taking Over!

Liverpool were able to arrest their alarming run of defeats but only managed a draw at home to Aston Villa. For the first time since taking charge, Kenny Dalglish is odds on, at 8/11 to no longer be in charge of Liverpool on the first day of next season (Even money to still be there). Hills make Jose Mourinho and Martin O’Neil the 5/1 favourites to take over from Dalglish with Andre Villas-Boas 8/1.

“Dalglish may be a legend at Liverpool, but there is only so much time his status can afford him and we now think his days may be numbered,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Following their somewhat fortuitous victory over Wigan, Hills make Chelsea 9/4 to finish in the top four of the table and Di Matteo is 2/1 joint favourite to get the Chelsea job on a permanent basis. Jose Mourinho is 2/1 with Pep Guardiola 7/1.

Clint Dempsey scored two goals for Fulham to crown a week where his name has been linked with the tw North London sides although William Hill think that he will still be at Fulham come the start of next season offering 1/6 that he is still there (7/2 he is not).

Kenny Dalglish still at Liverpool on first day of next season: 1/1 yes; 8/11 no

Next permanent Liverpool manager: 5/1 Jose Mourinho; 5/1 Martin O’Neil; 8/1 Andre Villas-Boas; 10/1 Jamie Carragher; 10/1 Brendan Rodgers; 10/1 Rafael Benitez; 16/1 Didier Deschamps; 20/1 Frank Rijkaard; 20/1 Guus Hiddink; 20/1 Marcello Lippi; 25/1 Owen Coyle; 25/1 Bert Van Marwijk; 25/1 Martin Jol; 25/1 Gus Poyet; 25/1 Jurgen Klinsmann; 40/1David Moyes; 40/1 Steven Gerrard

Clint Dempsey still at Fulham on the first day of next season: 1/6 yes; 7/2 no

2/1 Roberto Di Matteo named as permanent Chelsea boss

Top four finish: 1/6 Arsenal; 1/5 Tottenham; 9/4 Chelsea; 7/1 Newcastle

Winner without Manchester United and Manchester City: 10/11 Arsenal; 5/4 Tottenham; 11/2 Chelsea

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

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8/13 For London To Come Out On Top In Fa Cup…1/6 To Do So In Champions League

Tottenham booked their place in the FA Cup semi finals and William Hill make them 5/6 qualify at the expense of Chelsea (who are the same price) and 9/4 joint favourites of three (with Chelsea and Liverpool) to lift the trophy. The other semi final is an all Merseyside affair and Hills make Everton 6/4 to qualify for the final (Liverpool 1/2) and 7/2 outsiders to lift the trophy. It is 6/5 for a Merseyside team to lift the trophy and 8/13 for a London side to do so.

“With Sunderland and Bolton bowing out tonight, the FA Cup has become a tale of two cities and the odds suggest that London will come out on top,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

In the Champions League, Chelsea won in Portugal against Benfica and William Hill are offering 1/6 that they now progress to the next round of the tournament. They are 8/1 to win the Champions League although Barcelona and Real Madrid remain some way ahead in the betting at 5/4 and 15/8 respectively. Roberto Di Matteo’s team selection was somewhat derided before kickoff but did the job and Hills make him 11/4 to become the next permanent Blues boss.

Champions League Outright: 5/4 Barcelona; 15/8 Real Madrid; 6/1 Bayern Munich; 8/1 Chelsea; 14/1 AC Milan; 66/1 Marseille; 80/1 Benfica; 1000/1 APOEL

FA Cup winner: 9/4 Chelsea; 9/4 Liverpool; 9/4 Tottenham; 7/2 Everton

Chelsea Stage Of Elimination – Champions League

Quarters 7/2
Semis 1/2
Runners Up 6/1
Winners 8/1

Chelsea v Benfica – To Qualify

Chelsea 1/6
Benfica 7/2

Next Chelsea Manager

Jose Mourinho 9/4
Roberto Di Matteo 11/4
Pep Guardiola 5/1
Laurent Blanc 6/1
Joachim Low 8/1
Rafael Benitez 8/1
David Moyes 10/1
Fabio Capello 11/1
Guus Hiddink 20/1
Luciano Spalletti 20/1
Bert van Marwijk 25/1
Brendan Rogers 25/1
Didier Deschamps 25/1
Frank Rijkaard 25/1
Gus Poyet 25/1
Harry Redknapp 25/1
Martin O’Neill 25/1
Paul Lambert 33/1
Marco Van Basten 33/1

Liverpool v Everton – To Qualify

Liverpool 1/2
Everton 6/4

Chelsea v Tottenham – To Qualify

Chelsea 5/6
Tottenham 5/6

To Lift The FA CUP

Any London Team 8/13
Any Merseyside Team 6/5

Joe Crilly
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25/1 England To Play Holland In Euro Final

25/1 ENGLAND TO PLAY HOLLAND IN EURO FINAL
WITH Stuart Pearce preparing to manage England in their friendly with Holland, William Hill are offering 25/1 that the two will meet in the final of Euro 12 – and 11/8 that a ‘caretaker’ boss will still be managing the side when that tournament gets underway.

Hills make England 11/8 to win the friendly against the Dutch who are 8/5, with the draw 21/10.

Hills – England Captain v France: 8/13 Steven Gerrard, 7/4 Scott Parker, 9/2 Joe Hart, 7/1 Gareth Barry.

Hills – Caretaker Boss in charge for England’s first game of Euro 2012: Yes – 11/8, No – 8/15.
Hills – Who Will Start England’s Opening Euro Game v France:
Scott Parker: 4/11 Yes, 2/1 No.
Theo Walcott: 4/7 Yes, 5/4 No
John Terry: 5/6 Yes, 5/6 No.
Daniel Sturridge: 11/10 Yes, 4/6 No.
Rio Ferdinand: 11/10 Yes, 4/6 No.
Micah Richards: 6/4 Yes, 1/2 No.
Frank Lampard: 7/4 Yes, 2/5 No.
Chris Smalling: 7/4 Yes, 2/5 No.
Leighton Baines: 2/1 Yes, 4/11 No.
Stewart Downing: 2/1 Yes, 4/11 No
Adam Johnson: 11/4 Yes, 1/4 No.
Tom Cleverley: 7/2 Yes 1/6 No.
Danny Welbeck: 4/1 Yes, 1/7 No.
Kyle Walker: 4/1 Yes, 1/7 No.
Fraizer Campbell: 6/1 Yes, 1/12 No.
Robert Green: 7/1 Yes, 1/16 No.
Scott Carson: 10/1 Yes, 1/33 No.

Hills – Who Will Skipper England in their opening Euro Game v France? 10/11 Steven Gerrard, 7/4 Scott Parker, 11/2 Joe Hart, 10/1 Frank Lampard, 16/1 Ashley Cole, 20/1 Gareth Barry, 33/1 Rio Ferdinand.

TO BE NEXT ‘PERMANENTLY APPOINTED’ ENGLAND MANAGER: 4/11 Harry Redknapp; 6/1 Stuart Pearce; 7/1 Pep Guardiola; 11/1 Guus Hiddink; 14/1 Jose Mourinho; 20/1 Martn O’Neill; 25/1 Arsene Wenger. Others on request.

Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.
Twitter-@sharpeangle

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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

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Pass Master Backed For England Top Job…you Bet Tevez To Play Again For City!

Pep Guardiola has been backed in from 50/1 to 10/1 third favourite to become the next England boss with William Hill. Despite the plunge in his odds, Harry Redknapp remains the 4/11 favourite to get the gig on a permanent basis.

“With Barcelona losing at the weekend and falling 10 points behind Real Madrid in La Liga, Guardiola could well be on his way from the Nou Camp,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “And there would be no England fan that would complain should the national side start playing like Barca.”

Carlos Tevez has now been backed in from 5/6 to 1/2 to play at any point during the season for Manchester City (6/4 not to). “Having originally been offered at 7/4, it has been pretty much one way traffic, with punters thinking that Tevez may be offered yet another chance by Roberto Mancini,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Thierry Henry scored a hat-trick for Arsenal against Inter Milan at the San Siro nine years ago and Hills offer 50/1 that he parts the Gooners having scored three goals on Wednesday. Alex Oxlade Chamberlain has been on top form over the course of the last few weeks and William Hill are offering 11/8 that he makes the Euro 2012 squad (8/15).

Arsenal have won on their previous two visits to the San Siro and Hills offer 11/4 that they win again on Wednesday. 5/1 is offered for them to win with Robin van Persie to score. AC Milan are 11/10 to win and the draw is 21/10.

Next Permanent England manager: 4/11 Harry Redknapp; 6/1 Stuart Pearce; 10/1 Pep Guardiola; 11/1 Guus Hiddink; 12/1 Roy Hodgson; 14/1 Jose Mourinho; 20/1 Martin O’Neill; 25/1 Arsene Wenger; 25/1 Rafa Benitez; 33/1 BAR

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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78% Of Money Gambled Is For Harry To Be England Boss

78% OF MONEY GAMBLED IS FOR HARRY TO BE ENGLAND BOSS…..
BETTING support for Harry Redknapp has seen 78% of the cash William Hill have so far taken on the Next England Manager market since Capello resigned, gambled on the Spurs’ boss, with Stuart Pearce attracting 8.7% in second place, and Guus Hiddink 6.5% in third.
However, in terms of individual bets placed, Pearce is leading the way with 25% of bets struck, ahead of Hiddink in 2nd with 22% and Redknapp in third with 21%.
‘The discrepancy can probably be explained that Harry Redknapp is currently offered at odds of 4/11 ,which are unlikely to appeal to a gambler with a fiver in his or her pocket, whereas Pearce is quoted at 11/2 and Hiddink 12/1’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
William Hill– NEXT PERMANENT ENGLAND BOSS- 4/11 Redknapp; 11/2 Pearce; 10 Mourinho; 12 Hiddink; Hodgson. Others on request.
Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.
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Could ‘arry Bring Becks Back For Euros?

Harry Redknapp is the 4/11 favourite with William Hill to fill the vacant England position on a permanent basis and is offered at 7/2 to manage England in Euro 2012 and take charge of Spurs at the start of 2012/13 season. David Beckham could well have an opportunity to play again for England and Hills are offering 16/1 that he is called up to the Euro 2012 playing squad by whoever takes over and he is 7/1 to sit on the bench in any role.

“Harry Redknapp is a big admirer of Becks and should he bag the England job, as is widely expected, Beckham could well sit on the bench or even better play again for England,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Liverpool face an uphill battle to qualify for the Champions League and William Hill are offering 6/4 that Kenny Dalglish has left Liverpool by the start of next season (1/2 vice versa).

“After just over a year in charge, Liverpool are only slightly better off than they were when Roy Hodgson was in charge and a failure to qualify for any European competition could lead to his departure,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Will Kenny Dalglish be at Liverpool on first game of next season? 1/2 yes 6/4 no

Beckham to be part of England 2012 playing squad – 16/1
Beckham to be on the bench for England at Euro 2012 in any role – 7/1

Next Permanent England Boss: 4/11 Harry Redknapp; 11/2 Stuart Pearce; 10/1 Jose Mourinho; 12/1 Roy Hodgson; 12/1 Guus Hiddink; 14/1 Martin O’Neill; 16/1 Arsene Wenger; 16/1 Rafa Benitez; 20/1 Gareth Southgate; 25/1 BAR

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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

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