Freddie Ljungberg’s odds of becoming the next Arsenal manager have been cut from 11/1 to 5/1 in the aftermath of the Gunners comeback win against West Ham on Monday night.
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Massimiliano Allegri has been the big mover in the next Arsenal manager market following the departure of Unai Emery.
William Hill make Ben Stokes their 1/6 favourite to win the 2019 BBCSPOTY, with Dina Asher-Smith second in the betting at 7/1 and Raheem Sterling a 12/1 shot. The list also includes Lewis Hamilton at 20/1, Katrina Johnson Thompson at 33/1 and Alun Wyn Jones 40/1.
The latest odds from William Hill suggest that Marco Silva’s days are numbered and he is 1/4 to be the next EPL manager to get the boot. Unai Emery has drifted to 5/1 from 7/2, with Manuel Pellegrini trimmed from 7/1 to 5/1.
William Hill can report a trickle of money for Tottenham to win the FA CUP at 7/1 as well as support for a top four finish which has been trimmed from 4/1 to 3/1. Hills special for Spurs to win their next five Premier League Games has also proved popular at 20/1. Meanwhile it is 20/1 that Jose Mourinho is no longer the Spurs manager on the last day of the season.
William Hill make Jose Mourinho their 1/5 red hot favourite to replace Mauricio Pochettino as the Spurs manager.
Everton manager, Marco Silva is the Even money favourite to be the first Premier League manager to leave his job, according to William Hill, however, it is the presence of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Mauricio Pochettino at 3/1 and 5/1 that are creating the headlines.
Ole Gunnar Solksjaer has finally been confirmed as Manchester United manager and now it is time for the club to look to the future for the fourth time since Sir Alex Ferguson stepped down. United are 6/1 to win the Premier League next season and they are 2/1 to break their official transfer record in the summer transfer window. One of the names that has been linked with United is Gareth Bale and the Welshman is 9/2 to join the club in the summer.
After a successful first game in charge, William Hill make Neil Lennon their 5/6 favourite to be the Celtic manager on day one of next season, with Steve Clarke the nearest challenger at 9/2. Hills are 11/10 that Celtic win the treble this year and it is 2/1 that they win the Scottish Premiership by 15 or more points.