Next Bristol City Manager Betting Odds and History

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This article provides information on Bristol City new manager odds and which bookmakers are offering betting on the next manager at Ashton Gate; details on all of The Robins previous managers throughout history and potential Bristol City Managers in the future.

Next Bristol City Manager Betting Odds and History
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Current Bristol City Manager

Manager Appointment Date To Days in Charge
Liam Manning 08/11/2023 14/04/2024 158
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Liam Manning is Bristol City's current manager, appointed on 8 November 2023. Manning left Oxford United, who were sitting in second position after just 28 games, to move up a league and take the position at Ashton Gate. It may be some time before Bookmakers offer odds again, but keep your eyes on our next EFL Championship Manager blog, which may provide clues as to who might be the next to go.


Next Bristol City Manager Odds

At the present time there are no odds on offer for the Next Bristol City Manager with the recent appointment of Liam Manning.

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 Bristol City 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 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.

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Best Betting Site for Next Bristol City 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

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Who Could Be The Next Bristol City Manager

Taking into consideration managers with the right profile to be appointed at Ashton Gate and contenders in previous betting markets when the Bristol City manager's job has been available, we showcase the following managers to take over at Bristol City. 

Steve Cotterill

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Steve Cotterill built his managerial reputation at Cheltenham Town, guiding the club from the Southern League into the Conference and then the Football League proper. His best period was at cash-strapped Notts County, where he took over in February 2010 and saw the club crowned Champions in April 2010. In total, Cotterill has now managed eleven clubs, including Bristol City!

Frank Lampard

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Some may regard the appointment of Frank Lampard as unlikely, but at Derby County, he did an excellent job. His reputation is tarnished because of his time at Everton and Chelsea, two clubs that needed more than just a good manager; they needed a radical overhaul. Ambitious Bristol City and Frank Lampard looking to reboot his career, we have seen a lot worse ideas. 

Nathan Jones

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Nathan Jones is a Welsh football manager admired for his dynamic management style. He has managed Charlton Athletic, Luton Town, Southampton, and Stoke City. Jones, previously a professional player, has a reputation for nurturing young talent and implementing an attractive, attacking style of play, earning respect within the football community.

John Eustace

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Having been sacked by Birmingham City, some say unfairly, Eustace was appointed Blackburn Rovers manager in February 2024. 

He did an okay job with the Blues, but the ambitious new owners wanted a higher-profile man in charge when they appointed Wayne Rooney.

John Terry

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The former Chelsea and England centre-half is looking, we suspect, for his permanent managerial role, having been assistant manager at Aston Villa and Leicester City. On both occasions, he worked under Dean Smith, who naturally will have influenced his chosen style of play. 

Danny Cowley

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Danny Cowley had a meteoric rise up the managerial ranks when guiding National League side Lincoln City back to the Football League in 2017 and winning League Two as Champions in 2019. His star was on the rise, and he moved to Championship side Huddersfield Town and then League One outfit Portsmouth, followed by dropping down as division to Colchester United. 

Paul Cook

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Paul Cook being appointed at Ashton Gate was mooted previously when Dean Holden (2020-2021) was relieved of his duties. However, since then, he has managed both Ipswich Town and Chesterfield, and now managing a Championship club that wants to play in the EPL does not seem a perfect fit or perfect timing. 

How to Bet On The Next Bristol City Manager

There is a simple process to making a bet on the next Bristol City Manager

  1. Find an best football betting site offering odds and bets on the manager you think will be appointed. 
  2. Use the bookie index to scroll down to football, the manager markets may be under outright or special bets. 
  3. Find the managerial vacancy you are most interested in wagering on
  4. Make that selection and add them to your bet slip
  5. Select the stake you wish to wager
  6. Confirm, you can check your bet at any time in the history section of your bookmaker account.

That's it, you are done, your wager is on, and now all you have to do is wait until a new manager gets the job.

If you make the right selection, you win, if your prediction is incorrect you will lose the stake you have wagered just as with any normal bet.

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Next Robins Manager Betting News Diary Timeline

The betting odds for The Next Bristol City Manager will naturally see fluctuation and speculation of who will take over in the Robins hot seat.

Here is a round-up of the Next Bristol City manager Betting Timeline from our OLBG News feed.

29th October 2023

Next Bristol City Manager Betting Odds: Steve Cotterill now 4/1 favourite to make SHOCK RETURN to Bristol City with Frank Lampard also featuring towards top of market!
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Nigel Pearson leaves his position as Bristol City Manager, having been at Ashton Gate for 977 days and a total of 131 games in charge. His win percentage at the club stood at 32%.

Autumn 2022

As we go into the World Cup break The Robins sit in a disappointing 18th place with a record of W6, D6, and L9.

Summer 2022

At the start of the season, hopes are high but the club are working on a tight budget and have a young fairly inexperienced squad. 

February 2021

Nigel Pearson arrived in February 2021. The ex-Leicester City and Watford manager has the pedigree to get the Robins back in the top flight, having achieved this task with Leicester City. He replaced Dean Holden who couldn't buy a win in January and February 2021. 

List of Bristol City Managers

Here we present a complete list of all Bristol City managers since Sam Hollis took the club into their first professional game.

Manager Appointment Date To Days in Charge Win Rate
Liam Manning 08/11/2023 14/04/2024 158
Nigel Pearson 24/02/2021 29/10/2023 977 32.06%
Dean Holden 05/07/2020 24/02/2021 234 44.20%
Lee Johnson 07/02/2016 05/07/2020 1610 38.70%
John Pemberton 14/01/2015 07/02/2016 389 36.20%
Steve Cotterill 03/12/2013 14/01/2015 407 45.69%
Sean O'Driscoll 14/01/2013 28/11/2013 318 25.00%
Derek McInnes 19/10/2011 13/01/2013 452 26.98%
Keith Millen 12/08/2010 03/10/2011 417 31.58%
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FAQ

Next Bristol City Manager FAQ

  • Who Was The First Bristol City Manager

    Sam Holis was appointed to the newly formed Bristol City in 1901. who remained in charge for 668 days. A short period of time when compared to most football club inaugural managers. He was also the winningmost manager in terms of wins to games in charge

  • Who is the longest-serving Bristol City Manager

    The longest-serving Bristol City is Bob Hewson who was in charge for 17 years. 


  • How long were father and son Gary and Lee Johnson in Charge at Ashton Gate

    Gary Johnson was in the hot seat between September 2005 and March 2010, (1634 days).

    Lee Johnson served between February 2016 and July 2020, (1610 days).

    Gary had a win percentage of 40.2% Lee had 38.7%. 


  • What are the odds for the next Bristol City Manager

    The odds for the next Bristol City manager are not available from bookmakers due to Nigel Pearson still being in charge.

  • Which Bristol City Manager Has The Best Win Percentage

    Sam Hollis (1901 -1905) managed Bristol City for 133 games, winning over half (51.88%). 

    Joe Jordan (1988-1990) was a great success winning 50.75% of his 134 games. 

  • Which Bristol City Manager Has The Worst Win Percentage

    Future England manager Roy Hodgson was in charge of the Robins for four months in 1982; the club was going through huge financial pressure, and he was gone at the end of the season. Roy only managed three wins from 20.

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 Bristol City Club Site and the Supporters site

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