Next Fleetwood Town Manager

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This article provides information on Fleetwood's new manager odds and which bookmakers are offering betting on the next manager at Highbury Stadium - details on all of The Fishermen's previous managers throughout history and potential Fleetwood Town Managers in the future.

Next Fleetwood Town Manager

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Current Fleetwood Town Manager

Manager Appointment Date To Days in Charge
Charlie Adam 31 Dec, 2023 12 Jul, 2024 194

Charlie Adam became the third manager in charge of Fleetwood Town already this season on 31st December 2023, after the swift departure of Lee Johnson after just 22 games in charge. This is  Adam's first managerial appointment after a lengthy playing career where he was a combative midfielder, most notably for Liverpool and Stoke City. Should there be a further change in management at the club, bookmakers will have odds available for the Next Fleetwood Town manager.

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Next Fleetwood Town Manager 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.

Additionally, in some cases, the Fleetwood Town 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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Next EFL Championship Manager To Be Sacked Betting Odds

Best Betting Site for Next Fleetwood Town 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 Fleetwood Town 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 fit the club in terms of the last few managers they have had.

Karl Robinson

The former MK Dons, Charlton Athletic and Oxford United manager Karl Robinson has built a solid reputation from all the clubs that he has managed. So far, the pinnacle of his achievements was getting Milton Keynes Dons promoted into the Championship in 2015. Playing in the Championship was a big step for MKD, and they returned to League 1.  In October 2016, Robinson was sacked. A month later, he was back in football at Charlton Athletic, where he stayed for 18 months before moving to Oxford United. He spent nearly five years, achieved two playoff appearances and managed 274 games for the U’s before being sacked in February 2023. When out of work, he is a go-to candidate in English football; he was 1/1 to be appointed at QPR in 2023 before Gareth Ainsworth.

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Steve Cotterill

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 managed eight clubs, including Shrewsbury.  

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Leam Richardson

Leam Richardson left Wigan Athletic in November 2022 after winning League One in the previous season. At the time of writing, he seems to be available and would be a suitable fit.

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Danny Cowley

Built his reputation at Lincoln City between 2016 and 2019, winning promotion to the Football League in his first season with the Imps. The 2018-19 season saw a further promotion for Cowley and Lincoln into the dizzying heights of League 1. This success naturally attracted more prominent suitors, and in September 2019 he joined recently relegated Huddersfield Town. He managed to keep the club in the Championship but was sacked in July 2020. Portsmouth was his next club, joining Pompey in March 2021. Results were mixed, and at the start of 2023 with the club in 12th place, he was again given the boot. Cowley (and his brother) were linked to the Oxford United job before Liam Manning was appointed in March 2023.

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Chris Beech

After two spells at Rochdale as caretaker boss and assistant manager, Chris Beech was appointed to his first managerial job at Carlisle United in 2019. The 2021/22 season started badly for Carlisle, and he was let go; his total win rate during his time at the club was 31.25%. Before Wade Elliott was appointed, Beech was strongly touted for the Cheltenham FC job.

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Jamie Milligan

Milligan played in midfield 200 times for Fleetwood between 2004 and 2013. His first foray into football management is with Bamber Bridge in the Northern Premier League. Having gone for managers who has not played or had any connection to Fleetwood in Scott Brown and Lee Johnson will the owners choose “one of their own” next time up?

Gary Monk

Was in the frame ahead of Scott Brown when the betting opened for the next Fleetwood Town manager. Has been quiet in recent years but has the experience having most recently managed at  Sheffield Wednesday and previously at Birmingham City, Leeds United, Middlesbrough and Swansea.

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Nathan Rooney

Blackburn-born Rooney was a youth coach at Fleetwood before managing Colne FC, Brunos Magpies and SC Espinho in Portugal. 

How To Place A Bet On The Next Fleetwood Town Manager

Once at one of the best football betting sites, you will see the list of contenders being offered as options to bet on.

  • All you need to do is click on your Fleetwood Town Manager selection. 

  • This will open up the bet slip, at which point you will see confirmation of the betting odds being offered.

  •  Now you choose your stake - most betting sites will show you how much you can expect to have returned if your prediction is correct.

  • If you are happy, simply hit, PLACE BET, to confirm your selection, stake, and bet.

  • You will be given a receipt for your bet and it will appear in your open bets in your account details.

Then it's just a matter of waiting to see who is finally chosen to be the next Fleetwood Town Manager. 

The Best Football Betting Sites

The Best Football Betting Sites

Next Fleetwood Town Manager Betting Diary

The betting odds for The Next Fleetwood Town Manager will often see some fluctuation and speculation on who will take over the hot seat when Charlie Adam departs the job he has held since the 31st December 2023.   

Here is a round-up of the Next Fleetwood Town Betting News from our OLBG News feed

4th September 2023

Next Fleetwood Town Manager Betting Odds: Karl Robinson is the 1/2 favourite to take over at Fleetwood next following Scott Brown's sacking after "difficult run of results"

Next Fleetwood Town Manager Betting Odds: Karl Robinson is the 1/2 favourite to take over at Fleetwood next following Scott Brown's sacking after "difficult run of results"

May 2022

The Cod Army welcome Scott Brown to the club. 

December 2021

Stephen Crainey was appointed interim manager until the end of the 2021/22 season. 

November 2021

Simon Grayson left his eighth club when Fleetwood Town decided his time had run out after seven defeats on the bounce. 

He leaves the North West with Fleetwood in 22nd place. 

List of Fleetwood Town Managers

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

Manager Appointment Date To Days in Charge Win Rate
Charlie Adam 31 Dec, 2023 12 Jul, 2024 194
Lee Johnson 10 Sep, 2023 30 Dec, 2023 111 27.27%
Scott Brown 12 May, 2022 3 Sep, 2023 479 29.70%
Stephen Crainey 24 Nov, 2021 3 May, 2022 160 16.67%
Simon Grayson 31 Jan, 2021 24 Nov, 2021 297 30.23%
Simon Wiles 05 Jan, 2021 31 Jan, 2021 26 0.00%
Joey Barton 2 Jun, 2018 05 Jan, 2021 948 39.80%
John Sheridan 22 Feb, 2018 1 Jun, 2018 99 46.15%
Uwe Rosler 30 Jul, 2016 22 Feb, 2018 572 42.20%


Next Fleetwood Manager FAQ's

  • Who was the first full-time manager of Fleetwood Town

    Micky Mellon is the first manager of the modern era; he was appointed in September 2008.

  • Which Fleetwood Town Manager Has Been The Most Successful

    In 2012, Fleetwood, under manager Mickey Mellon, won promotion to the Football League. Graham Alexander won promotion from League 2 via the playoffs in 2014.

  • Which Fleetwood Town Manager Has The Best Win Percentage

    A win strike rate of 51.56% was the return for Mickey Mellon (2008-1012).

  • Which Fleetwood Town Manager Had The Worst Win Percentage

    From November 2021 to May 2022, Stephen Crainey was at the Fleetwood helm; he only won five of his 30 games in charge (16.67%).

  • Who is the longest-serving manager of Fleetwood Town

    Micky Mellon served for 1530 days and is currently the longest serving.

  • Who is the shortest-serving manager of Fleetwood Town

    John Sheridan guided the League One club to safety after being appointed in February 2018. He left just after the end of the season, having only been in charge for 99 days.

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 Fleetwood Town Club Site and the Supporters site

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