Football By Jon Ivan-Duke

Rodgers Slashed To Be Next Premier League Boss To Go

William Hill have slashed the odds for Brendan Rodgers to be the next Premier League manager to go – he’s 6-1 from 16-1!

“The Liverpool board aren’t going to put up with many more thrashings at home like the one they received from West Ham and Brendan Rodgers is teetering on the brink of disaster,” said William Hill spokesman Jon Ivan-Duke.

Meanwhile, Jose Mourinho has also been cut for the kick out of Stamford Bridge. He’s 8-1 from 12-1.

“Jose’s Chelsea fortress is now rubble – it remains to be seen whether he can rebuild it or whether they’ll be calling for a new King of the Bridge,” said William Hill spokesman Jon Ivan-Duke.

Man City are now 8-15 favourites to win the Premier League as they maintained their winning streak this season with a 2-nil win over West Ham.

Next Premier League Manager To Leave: 2-1 Dick Advocaat, 6-1 Brendan Rodgers, 8-1 Jose Mourinho, 12-1 Quique Flores, 12-1 Slaven Bilic, 16-1 Mauricio Pochettino, 16-1 Roberto Martinez, 16-1 Tim Sherwood, 25-1 Steve McClaren, 25-1 Tony Pulis, 33-1 Alex Neil, 33-1 Claudio Ranieri, 33-1 Ronald Koeman, 40-1 Mark Hughes, 50-1 Arsene Wenger, 50-1 Eddie Howe, 66-1 Alan Pardew, 66-1 Garry Monk, 66-1 Louis van Gaal, 66-1 Manuel Pellegrini, 66-1 No Manager To Leave This Season

Premier League Outright: 8-15 Man City, 9-2 Arsenal, 5-1 Chelsea, 10-1 Man Utd, 33-1 Liverpool, 200-1 OR BIGGER THE REST