Next Brighton Manager Betting Odds

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This article provides information on Brighton and Hove Albion new manager odds and which bookmakers are offering betting on the next manager at the Amex; details on all of The Seagulls previous managers throughout history and potential Brighton and Hove Albion Managers in the future.

Next Brighton Manager Betting Odds

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Current Brighton Manager

Manager Appointment Date To Days in Charge
Roberto De Zerbi 19/09/2022 16/02/2024 123
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The former Shakhtar Donetsk manager, Roberto De Zerbi, was appointed at the AMEX on a four-year contract on the 19th of September, 2022. He had left Ukrainian football due to the war with Russia. De Zerbi became the thirty-eighth Seagulls boss since 1901. The 43-year-old Italian is known for playing a progressive style of football based on possession of the ball. If another change happens on the South Coast, you can glean clues on who will be in the running via the next manager-to-be-sacked blog, along with the odds from all the leading bookmakers.

Next Brighton Manager Betting Odds

There are instances when these odds might not be readily available for certain clubs. This could be because the position has only recently been filled, the club is currently performing exceptionally well, or the club has a strong history of standing by its manager through thick and thin.

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Additionally, in some cases, the Brighton manager's position might be vacant, but there are strong indications or even rumours about the potential replacement. Despite these unique circumstances, it is worth noting that if betting odds do become available, we will present them here fin this section or 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.

Best Betting Site for Next Brighton Manager Betting

There is a huge range of UK Bookmakers to choose from but only very few that offer next-manager betting, if at all - As we have covered every club management change over the seasons, looking for betting odds on who the next club manager will be, we have found the following betting sites to be the most reliable and quickest to get odds up for the next manager at most clubs

Who Will Be The Next Brighton and Hove Albion Manager

The board and owner Tony Bloom have shown the type of manager they like to appoint. I think Seagulls fans can expect "more of the same" when De Zerbi calls it a day or is poached by another European club.

Ruben Amorim 

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Before Unai Emery was appointed, Ruben Amorim had been heavily supported for the Aston Villa job. The current Sporting CP manager has been at the Lisbon club since March 2020. He guided the Portuguese outfit to their first Primera Liga title in 19 years in his first season. 

Graham Potter

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If the board are pragmatic and the manager agreeable, then Graham Potter could return to the Amex. Of all the recent managers, it was Potter who enhanced their reputation as a side who were a joy to watch. Football managers do return (Zidane, Mourinho etc.), and if the timing is right, many fans will welcome back the man described by owner Tony Bloom as "an exceptional head coach and person". 

Xavi Alonso

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Slightly more speculative is the former Liverpool and Spanish midfielder Xavi Alonso. We suspect he would at some time like to manage a club in England, having spent his best years as a player in this country. He is currently managing Bayer Leverkusen in Germany after three years with the Real Sociedad B team in Spain. 

Franck Haise 

The manager of French Ligue 1 side Lens has performed wonders with the club, after achieving promotion in the 2019/20 season. 

He has secured their status in the top tier with French legend Thierry Henry saying his Lens side was a contagious and impressive team. 

Lens is his first major job, but all football watchers have been impressed by their recruitment and dynamic style of play under a relatively unknown manager. 

Haise is on the radar of English clubs. 

Bo Svensson

The former central defender is currently in charge of German side Mainz.

Appointed in January 2021 in his first season the club finished in a respectable 8th place.

He said he was flattered by talk of him managing in the EPL. 

Kjetil Knutsen

The Norwegian was the initial favourite for the Brighton job before De Zerbi was appointed. 

We don't know whether Knutsen was interviewed but he is regularly quoted by bookmakers in managerial markets. 

The reason being is his current team FK Bodo/Glimt has won back-to-back Eliteserien titles in Norway and are now regularly seen playing in European club competitions, giving him and them a much higher profile.

Andrew Crofts

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Crofts was the interim head coach between Graham Potter leaving and Roberto De Zerbi arriving. 

At under 40 and with limited big game experience it would be a stretch to see Crofts in charge, but the Brighton chairman took a chance on Graham Potter and look how well that worked out. 

How to Make a Bet on the Next Brighton Manager

Placing a bet on who will be the next Brighton manager is as easy as picking a contender from the list of possibilities, finding the bookmaker offering odds, choosing how much you want to bet, and placing it.

You will have to find a betting site offering odds. 

Finding odds on the next Brighton manager will be easier when no manager is in place, and a little harder when the position is filled, and not particularly in jeopardy.

  1. Find the best football betting site offering odds on the next manager of Brighton
  2. Choose one of the possible contenders
  3. Decide how much you want to bet
  4. Check the odds and your stake to understand how much you may win if your prediction is correct
  5. Understand that if your prediction is wrong, you will lose your money.
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Next Seagulls Manager Betting Diary

The betting odds for The Next Brighton Manager will see some fluctuation and speculation of who will take over the hot seat when Roberto De Zerbi departs the job he has held since September 2022.

Here is a round-up of the Next Brighton Manager Betting Timeline from our OLBG News feed

September 13th 2022

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Next Brighton Manager Betting Odds: Roberto De Zerbi EMERGES as NEW CONTENDER in the betting odds at 4/1 to take over from Graham Potter!

September 8th 2022

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Next Brighton Manager Betting Odds: FK Bodo/Glimt boss Kjetil Knutsen is the 5/1 FAVOURITE with betting sites to take over at The Seagulls next!

October 28th 2021

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First English Manager To Win The Premier League Betting Odds: Brighton's Graham Potter 3/1 FAVOURITE to win the PREMIER LEAGUE first!

List of Brighton & Hove Albion Managers

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

Manager Appointment Date To Days in Charge Win Rate
Roberto De Zerbi 19/09/2022 16/02/2024 123
Graham Potter 20/05/2019 08/09/2022 1207 31.10%
Chris Hughton 31/12/2014 13/05/2019 1594 40.90%
Nathan Jones 22/12/2014 31/12/2014 9 50.00%
Sami Hyypia 07/06/2014 22/12/2014 198 23.08%
Oscar Garcia 26/06/2013 12/05/2014 320 39.62%
Gus Poyet 10/11/2009 24/06/2013 1322 44.33%
Martin Hinshelwood 01/11/2009 10/11/2009 9 0.00%
Russell Slade 06/03/2009 01/11/2009 240 29.03%
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FAQ

Brighton FAQ

  • Who is the favourite to be the next Brighton manager

    The favourite to be the next Brighton manager betting is not currently on offer with De Zerbi having taken the job. 

    As we know football managers come and go so please check back for the latest next Brighton manager betting. 

  • Who was the first manager of Brighton?

    The first manager of Brighton was John Jackson. He also founded the club. Jackson was in charge between 1901 and 1905.

  • Who is the longest serving manger of Brighton

    The longest-serving manager of Brighton was Charles Webb who took over just after the 1st World War in 1919 and left just after the Second World War in1947.

    In total, he managed the club for a whopping 10,135 days. 

  • Who have been notable managers for Brighton?

    Brian Clough managed the club in the 1970s. The former manager of Europen Cup winners Nottingham Forest was only at the club for under a year. 

    Arsenal and Republic of Ireland playmaker Liam Brady had an unsuccessful spell at the club between 1993 and 1995. 

    Uruguayan international Gus Poyet will be remembered by most Seagulls fans, his first managerial job was at the club in 2009. 

  • Which Brighton Manager Has The Best Win Percentage

    Between 2001 and 2002, Peter Taylor was in charge of Brighton. He guided the club to 21 wins from 38 games (55%) and, in the process, the second Division Championship.

  • Which Brighton Manager Had The Worst Win Percentage

    Jeff Wood (Jan 1999 - Apr 1999) took on the managerial role when Brian Horton left; in his 13 games, Brighton only won twice. 


    Martin Hinshelwood (July 2002- October 2002) had spells as caretaker manager and permanent manager. His 3-month span saw the Seagulls only win 14% of his games. 


    Jimmy Case (November 1996 - December 1996)was given longer but ended up with just a 19% win rate. 

Responsible Gambling

Please gamble responsibly and understand your limits, never gambling more than you can afford.

The next manager betting markets can be very volatile and also rumours are often rampant after a managerial sacking, potentially leading to bad betting decisions being made. 

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. The article was edited and published by Steve Madgwick. Information was gained from various sources, including Brighton Club Site and the We Are Brighton, Fans Site

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