Next Permanent Crystal Palace Manager Odds - Who will replace Patrick Vieira?

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Crystal Palace have moved early to change their fate, sacking manager Patrick Vieira following a dismal start to the calendar year.

The legendary French midfielder enjoyed a positive start to life at Selhurst Park but has struggled to keep the fans on his side throughout the 2022/23 Premier League season.

With the board's quest for a new head coach already underway, RealSport101's Harry Smith is on hand to give you the latest odds to replace Patrick Vieira as Crystal Palace manager.

Next permanent Crystal Palace manager odds

The odds for Patrick Vieira's replacement as Crystal Palace boss are correct as of Monday, March 20th.

  • Roy Hodgson - 1/4
  • Paddy McCarthy - 5/1
  • Adi Hutter - 12/1
  • Marcelo Bielsa - 12/1
  • Jesse Marsch - 14/1
  • Ralph Hasenhuttl - 14/1
  • Will Still - 16/1
  • Scott Parker - 20/1
  • Rafael Benitez - 20/1
  • Frank Lampard - 20/1
  • Lucien Favre - 20/1
  • Nuno Espirito Santo - 25/1
  • Ange Postecoglu - 25/1
  • Frank Haise - 25/1
  • Michael Carrick - 25/1
  • Steven Gerrard - 25/1
  • Sam Allardyce - 25/1
  • Mauricio Pochettino - 33/1
  • Vincent Kompany - 33/1
  • Ruben Amorim - 33/1
  • Carlos Corberan - 33/1
  • Alan Pardew - 50/1

Patrick Vieira's Crystal Palace departure: As it happened

Crystal Palace have run out of patience with Patrick Vieira and have opted to make a change with just 11 Premier League matches left to play.

The Eagles are winless in their last 12 Premier League outings and goals were proving hard to come by for Patrick Vieira's side.

Speaking to the official Crystal Palace website, chairman Steve Parish stated:

"It is with enormous regret that this difficult decision has been made. Ultimately, results in recent months have placed us in a precarious league position and we felt a change is necessary to give us the best chance of retaining Premier League status.

"That said, Patrick’s impact since joining us in the summer of 2021 has been significant, and he is held in the highest regard by myself, and all of his colleagues.

He led the team to a Wembley FA Cup semi-final and respectable 12th-placed finish last season playing some exciting football, which was a challenging and crucial campaign for the club given the changes we made to the squad prior to his arrival.

"Patrick has given his all to the club, and we all thank him and his team for their service."

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