Next Bournemouth Manager Betting Odds And History

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This article provides information on Bournemouth's new manager odds and which bookmakers are offering betting on the next manager at The Vitality Stadium; details on all of The Cherrie's previous managers throughout history and potential AFC Bournemouth Managers in the future.

Next Bournemouth Manager Betting Odds And History
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Current Bournemouth Manager

Manager Appointment Date To Days in Charge
Andoni Iraola 19/06/2023 16/02/2024 242

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Spaniard Andoni Iraola was appointed in June 2023 after Gary O'Neil was sacked. The dismissal of O'Neil shocked many football fans because he had kept the Cherries in the EPL, a feat that had looked unlikely when he took the manager's job four games into the season. Iraola now becomes the 13th permanent Bournemouth manager this century. If another change does come at the Vitality Stadium, the next manager to be sacked blog may offer clues as to who is available. The bookmakers will then have all the latest odds for the next Bournemouth manager.

Next Bournemouth Manager Betting Odds

As of now, there are no current betting odds for the position of Next Bournemouth manager. They will likely become available if the current manager position becomes vacant or if rumours begin to circulate around the performance of Bournemouth on the pitch, or other manager jobs that the current manager may be considered for.

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Despite these unique circumstances, it is worth noting that if betting odds do become available, we will present them here in this section for your convenience. Regular updates related to the manager's position can also be found in the dedicated sports betting news section expertly managed by Jake Ashton. So, keep an eye out for any developments as we strive to keep you informed on the latest happenings in the football managerial landscape.


The Sack Race: Betting on the Next Manager to be Sacked

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Who will be the next Bournemouth Manager?

A list of the potential candidates should the job become available today based on previous people appearing in the betting odds when the position was vacant last time, to others who have a profile that would dit the club in terms of the last few managers they have had.

Michael Carrick

He was already highly respected thanks to his playing performances for Manchester United, Tottenham, West Ham United and England. He stepped into football management when assisting Jose Mourinho and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and a spell as Caretaker boss at Old Trafford. In October 2022, he was appointed as manager of struggling Championship side Middlesbrough but immediately turned things around at the Riverside Stadium, and they qualified for the end-of-season playoffs. His availability may depend on whether the North East club secures EPL status.  

Graham Potter

Image: shutterstock/ph.FAB Graham Potter could be a good fit for the Cherries and himself. After his disastrous spell at Stamford Bridge, Potter needs to rebuild his slightly tarnished reputation. We suspect he is a good interviewee with the man Brighton owner Tony Bloom described as "an exceptional head coach and person".   

Thierry Henry

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The Ex-Arsenal and France striker moved into football management as assistant manager to Roberto Martinez with the Belgium national team. From there, it was on to Bordeaux and Montreal before returning to work with Belgium. Thierry Henry left when there was a change at the top after the disappointment of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar (Belgium did not make the Group stages).  

Chris Wilder

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After the glory days of Sheffield United, Chris Wilder's career has hit a few bumps in the road. Spells at Middlesbrough and Watford could have gone better, and he needs to show that he can still produce winning teams at the highest level. 

Frank Lampard

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Another manager whose career is on a downward trajectory after such a positive start. Things went well at Derby County, which he managed between 2016 and 2019 before returning to his spiritual home at Stamford Bridge. He could not turn things around at Chelsea and was sacked by Roman Abrahomvic after 18 months. Everton was his next port of call, and it was always going to be difficult with the Toffees fighting EPL relegation; they survived, which is a credit to Lampard, but the following season's results did not improve, and he was sacked in January 2023. He returned temporarily for a second time to West London, stepping in when new Chelsea owner Todd Boehly cancelled the Graham Potter project.  

How To Place A Bet On The Next Bournemouth Manager

To place a bet on the next Bournemouth manager you will need to find a bookmaker that is offering odds on the market.

Finding 'next manager odds' for any club is always more likely when the position is vacant, and a little harder when the position is filled unless considering one of the very top clubs.

  1. Find the best football betting site offering odds on the next Bournemouth manager.
  2. Decide how much you want to bet
  3. Check the odds and your stake to decide how much you will win if successful
  4. Understand that if your AFC Bournemouth prediction is wrong you will lose money.

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List Of Bournemouth Managers

Here is a complete list of all Bournemouth managers on record with information on length of service and win ratio. Who will be the next Bournemouth manager on the list?

Manager Appointment Date To Days in Charge Win Rate
Andoni Iraola 19/06/2023 16/02/2024 242
Gary O'Neil 30/08/2022 19/06/2023 293 29.73%
Scott Parker 28/06/2021 30/08/2022 428 51.00%
Jonathan Woodgate 03/02/2021 30/06/2021 147 56.00%
Jason Tindall 08/08/2020 03/02/2021 179 42.00%
Eddie Howe 12/10/2012 01/08/2020 2850 40.00%
Paul Groves 26/03/2012 03/10/2012 191 15.00%
Lee Bradbury 16/01/2011 25/03/2012 434 35.00%
Eddie Howe 01/01/2009 16/01/2011 745 50.00%


Bournemouth FAQ

  • Who is the longest serving AFC Bournemouth manager?

    The longest serving Bournemouth manager in relation to matches is Harry Redknapp who took charge of the club for over 464 games between October 1983 and June 1992.  

    In terms of days though the club's first manager Harry Kircher was in charge for 3325 days between 1914 and 1923, just piping Redknapp who was at the helm for 3156 days. 

  • How long was Eddie Howe in charge at AFC Bournemouth

    Eddie Howe had two spells at AFC Bournemouth

    He was first at the club between 2008 and 2011, and then returned in 2012, he was let go in 2020. 

    Eddie Howe Bournemouth RecordWin PercentageTenure
    Managed 102 / Won 51/ Drew 18/ Lost 33. 50%2008-2011
    Managed 356/ Won 143/ Drew 77/ Lost 136. 40%2012-2020

  • When were Bournemouth formed?

    Formed in 1899 Bournemouth was initially called Boscombe, which is a suburb of the seaside town, they changed their name as recently as 1971. 

Editorial Information

This article was written and fact-checked by Nigel Skinner, our expert in following the Next manager markets in the Premier League and throughout the EFL for 15 years. News Sections update by Jake Ashton, our betting news manager. The article was edited and published by Steve Madgwick. Information was gained from various sources, including Bournemouth Club Site and the Supporters site.

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