Next Manchester United Manager Betting Headlines
Erik ten Hag will be the new Manchester United at the end of this season.
The 52-year-old will leave Ajax to replace Ralph Rangnick at Old Trafford.
Online bookmakers had the Dutchman at 6/1 at the beginning of 2022, before making him odds on in early April.
Erik Ten Hag
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Manchester United Manager Betting Odds History
|Candidate||Betting Odds 07/04/2022||Betting Odds 23/03/2022
||Betting Odds 21/03/2022||Betting Odds 15/03/2022||Betting Odds 04/03/2022||Betting Odds 8/02/2022||Betting Odds 17/01/2022||2021|
|Erik ten Hag
How to Bet on Next Manager Markets
It is straightforward to bet on any next manager market
You simply need to go to your favourite betting app and then select football and choose the league of choice.
Before Christmas Day?
The bookmakers were spot on with their odds that Ole would be gone before Christmas 2021.
Here you will see the option to look at the list of contenders being offered as options to bet on.
- All you need do is click on your managerial 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, simple 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
If you do not have an active online betting account, then head over to our betting sites section where you will see a list of bookmakers available in the UK,
In that section, you have in-depth reviews so you can see what other users think of them before deciding, or head over to the free bets page where you can see the list of welcome offers currently available from all UK betting sites.
History Of Manchester United Managers
|Manchester United Managers||Matches Managed||Percentage Win Rate||Dates|
|Ole Gunnar Solskjaer||168||54%||December 2018 - November 2021|
|Jose Mourinho||144||58%||May 2016 - December 2018|
|Louis Van Gaal||103||52%||July 2014 - May 2016|
|Ryan Giggs (Caretaker)||4||50%||April 2014 - May 2014|
|David Moyes||51||53%||July 2013 - April 2014|
|Alex Ferguson||1500||60%||November 1986 - May 2013|
|Ron Atkinson||292||50%||June 1981- November 1986|
|Dave Sexton||201||40%||July 1977 - April 1981|
|Tommy Docherty||228||50%||December 1972 - July 1977|
|Frank O'Farrell||81||37%||June 1971 - December 1972|
|Matt Busby||21||52%||December 1970 - June 1971|
|Wilf McGuinness||87||37%||June 1969 - December 1970|
|Matt Busby||1.120||50%||October 1945 - June 1969|
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was let go by Manchester United after a humiliating 4-1 defeat at Watford.
Nigel Skinner - OLBG Betting Expert
At any one time throughout the season, online bookmakers have a"Next Manager To Leave Betting Market", you can view who is in danger and who looks as safe as houses.