Next Permanent Huddersfield Manager Odds: Who will replace Danny Schofield?

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Huddersfield have parted ways with manager Danny Schofield after just eight games in charge of the club with the search for a new manager already underway.

The Yorkshire club find themselves in a difficult situation at the eight-game mark, having won just one league game so far this season and already sitting five points adrift from safety.

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 Danny Schofield as Huddersfield manager.

Next permanent Huddersfield manager odds

The odds for Danny Schofield's replacement are correct as of Monday, September 27th.

  • Mark Fotheringham - 1/6
  • David Wagner - 6/1
  • Jonathan Woodgate - 14/1
  • Michael Carrick - 16/1
  • Anthony Barry - 18/1
  • Christoph Buhler - 20/1

Schofield's departure: As it happened

The Terriers enjoyed a fairytale run to the Championship play-off final last season before suffering a narrow defeat to Premier League new boys Nottingham Forest.

The ensuing summer was harsh on Huddersfield, who saw popular manager Carlos Corberan walk out following two successful campaigns with the club.

Huddersfield was then raided by play-off final opponents Nottingham Forest, who prised away talented left-back Harry Toffolo and star midfielder Lewis O'Brien for modest fees.

Danny Schofield was the man elected to replace Corberan, but a scattergun approach to the summer transfer window, combined with the difficulty in replacing O'Brien's midfield presence, left the Terriers in a precarious position.

A late defeat to newly-promoted Wigan on Tuesday night proved the end for Schofield, whose short tenure as Huddersfield Town manager has now come to an end.

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