Next Premier League Manager to Leave Odds: Moyes in West Ham trouble


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A dramatic start to the 2022/23 Premier League season has seen multiple managers sacked and many more under pressure with more managerial departures on the horizon should results fail to improve.

Scott Parker became the first managerial casualty of the season, leaving Bournemouth just weeks into the campaign before Thomas Tuchel was announced to have departed Chelsea.

Graham Potter then made the switch from Brighton to Stamford Bridge before Wolves parted ways with Bruno Lage following a shocking start to the season.

RealSport101's Harry Smith is on hand to give you the latest odds regarding the next Premier League managerial departure.

Next Premier League manager to leave odds

The odds for the next Premier League manager to leave are correct as of Monday, March 27th.

  • David Moyes - 9/4
  • Brendan Rodgers - 6/1
  • Steve Cooper - 8/1
  • Gary O'Neil - 9/1
  • Graham Potter - 11/1
  • Jurgen Klopp - 20/1
  • Sean Dyche - 33/1
  • Julen Lopetegui - 50/1
  • Pep Guardiola - 50/1
  • Unai Emery - 66/1
  • Thomas Frank - 66/1
  • Erik Ten Hag - 80/1
  • Marco Silva - 125/1
  • Roberto De Zerbi - 125/1
  • Eddie Howe - 125/1
  • Mikel Arteta - 125/1

According to the bookies, the current favourite to be the next Premier League manager on their way out of their club is West Ham boss David Moyes, who is currently priced up at 9/4 amid speculation surrounding his future.

Brendan Rodgers, Gary O'Neil and Steve Cooper should also be worried about their job security according to the betting companies with none of the trio out of the woods just yet.

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