Next Liverpool Manager Betting Odds

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This article provides information on Liverpool's new manager odds and which bookmakers are offering betting on the next manager at Anfield; details on all of The Red's previous managers throughout history and potential Liverpool FC Managers in the future.

Next Liverpool Manager Betting Odds
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Current Liverpool Manager

With Jurgen Klopp leaving Liverpool FC, the Reds are set to appoint the current Feyenoord manager, the highly-rated Arne Slot. 

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Jurgen Klopp 08/10/2015 18/05/2024 3145
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Jurgen Klopp arrived at Anfield in October 2015 and has guided the Reds to all the domestic honours on offer as well as the  2019 Champions League trophy. 

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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 Liverpool 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.

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Best Betting Site for Next Liverpool 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 Will be The Next Liverpool manager

We now know that Jurgen Klopp is leaving, and Arne Slot will become the next Liverpool manager. Prior to Slot's appointment, the following candidates featured in the Liverpool manager betting market.  

Xabi Alonso

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The former Liverpool, Real Madrid, and Bayern Munich midfielder was the manager of Spanish League 2 side Real Sociedad (B) up until October 2022. 

He then moved back to Germany to manage Bundesliga side Bayer Leverkusen. 

The bookmakers had installed 42-year-old Alonso at the head of the next Liverpool manager betting but he recently announced that he was staying in Germany. 

Ruben Amorim

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The Sporting Club De Portugal manager has been heavily supported for the Liverpool manager vacancy with many of the leading bookmakers. Amorim has only ever managed in Portugal and may not have the marquee profile to replace someone like Klopp.  

Pep Lijnders

Assistant manager to Jurgen Klopp. He worked alongside the manager between 2014 and 2018. Lijnders left Liverpool to manage the Dutch side NEC for five months, but he was sacked when he failed to get them promoted to the Eredivisie. He returned to Anfield for his second spell in 2018.

Roberto De Zerbi

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Even before the Klopp announcement, the Brighton and Hove Albion manager had been mooted to be Liverpool-bound. 

Since arriving in England, his team's style of play has brought universal plaudits, and his guiding of the Seagulls into Europe for the first time in their history was a momentous achievement.

Steven Gerrard

Possibly the greatest Liverpool player ever, he spent 25 years at the club, winning everything except the EPL. 

He played 114 times for England, scoring 21 goals and was part of the "Golden Generation" of national team players.

In 2018, he was appointed manager of Rangers and then left the Scottish side for Aston Villa in November 2021. 

Results and what seemed like dressing room unrest saw Gerrard sacked by the Midlands club in October 2022. 

As of 2024, Gerrard is in Saudi Arabia managing Al-Ettifaq.

Julian Nagelsmann

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The German national team manager will be under pressure to win Euro 2024 as it is being played on home soil. The Liverpool vacancy may not be good timing for the former RB Leipzig and Bayern Munich boss. 

Jose Mourinho  

 

How would the Liverpool fans brought up on the heavy metal football of Jurgen Klopp react to Jose Mourinho's more "considered" style of play? 

However, the "special one" has shown he can win trophies with his latest silverware, the UEFA Conference League in 2022.

Diego Simeone

The current Atletico Madrid manager is cut from a similar style of cloth as Mourinho. Having spent thirteen years taking on Real Madrid and Barcelona, he may relish competing against England's best teams as Liverpool's manager.

Ange Postecoglou

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The current Tottenham Hotspur manager may only feature in the next Liverpool manager betting because he supported the Reds when growing up in Australia and because Spurs have a habit of jettisoning managers. In Postecoglou's favour, is the fact that his attacking style is not dissimilar to what Klopp has practised in the last nine years.


Luis Enrique

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The Spaniard has never managed in England a situation he may want to remedy. The current PSG boss signed a two year contract in the summer of 2023, so it may be costly if Liverpool wanted to secure his services. 

Graham Potter

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Looks a viable Liverpool FC candidate although there may be questions about his ability to handle star players after his time at Chelsea. 

Thomas Tuchel

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Tuchel is currently with Bayern Munich but is leaving at the end of the 2023/24 season. His time at both Chelsea and Bayern Munich have not been outstanding and his reputation as a manager has taken a knock. 

How To Place A Bet On The Next Liverpool Manager

Making a bet on who will be the next Liverpool manager is as easy as picking a contender from the list of possibilities at the top of this page, finding the bookmaker offering odds, choosing how much you want to bet, and placing it. You will have to find the best betting site offering the most valuable odds. Finding prices on the next Liverpool 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 Liverpool.

  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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List of Liverpool Managers

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

Manager Appointment Date To Days in Charge Win Rate
Jurgen Klopp 08/10/2015 18/05/2024 3145
Brendan Rodgers 01/06/2012 04/10/2015 1220 50.00%
Kenny Dalglish 08/01/2011 16/05/2012 494 47.30%
Roy Hodgson 01/07/2010 08/01/2011 191 41.94%
Rafael Benitez 16/06/2004 03/06/2010 2178 55.43%
Gerard Houllier 12/11/1998 24/05/2004 2020 52.12%
Gerard Houllier 01/07/1998 12/11/1998 134 38.89%
Roy Evans 28/01/1994 12/11/1998 1749 51.77%
Graeme Souness 16/04/1991 28/01/1994 1018 42.04%
Ronnie Moran 22/02/1991 16/04/1991 53 40.00%
Kenny Dalglish 30/05/1985 22/02/1991 2094 60.91%
Joe Fagan 23/05/1983 30/05/1985 738 54.20%
Bob Paisley 26/07/1974 23/05/1983 3223 57.57%
Bill Shankly 01/12/1959 12/07/1974 5337 51.98%
Phil Taylor 01/05/1956 30/11/1959 1308 50.67%
Don Welsh 01/03/1951 01/05/1956 1888 34.91%
George Kay 01/05/1936 28/02/1951 5416 39.78%
George Patterson 01/02/1928 01/05/1936 3012 37.43%
Matt McQueen 01/02/1923 01/02/1928 1826 40.61%
David Ashworth 01/12/1920 01/02/1922 427 50.36%
Tom Watson 01/08/1896 31/05/1915 6876 44.34%
John McKenna 01/08/1892 01/08/1896 1461 60.63%
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FAQ

Next Liverpool Manager Betting FAQs

  • Who is the longest-serving manager of Liverpool?

    The longest-serving Liverpool manager is Tom Watson (1896 - 1915). However, the manager who was in charge of most games was the legendary Bill Shankly (1959-1974). He was in the Reds dugout for 783 matches.

  • Who is the shortest-serving manager of Liverpool

    Roy Hodgson (2010-2011) could have had a better time at Anfield and only lasted 31 matches. The duo of managers Roy Evans and Gerard Houllier in 1998 was an experiment that could have gone better; it was shelved when Evans left after 18 games, and Houllier took over in sole charge.  

  • Which Liverpool Manager Has The Best Win Percentage

    Kenny Dalgleish (1985-1991) hit a win percentage of nearly 61%.

  • Which Liverpool Manager Has The Worst Win Percentage

    As Liverpool were building the foundations of the club in the 1950's Don Welsh was appointed. Liverpool were relegated under his tenure, and his win percentage is the lowest of any Liverpool boss at just 34.91%.

  • Who Was The First Liverpool Manager

    John McKenna (1892-1896) was the first Liverpool manager.

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 Liverpool Club Site and the Supporters site

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