Next Middlesbrough Manager Betting (Odds, Contenders, History)

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This article provides information on Middlesbrough's new manager odds and which bookmakers are offering betting on the next manager at The Riverside —details on all of Boro's previous managers throughout history and potential Middlesbrough Managers in the future.

Next Middlesbrough Manager Betting (Odds, Contenders, History)
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Current Middlesbrough Manager

Manager Appointment Date To Days in Charge
Michael Carrick 24/10/2022 16/02/2024 480
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Michael Carrick was appointed Middlesbrough manager in October 2022 after Chris Wilder left the club. The former Manchester United midfielder became the ninth permanent Middlesbrough manager since 2010 and the 36th permanent manager since 1900.  If another managerial change does come at the Riverside Stadium, the leading bookmakers will have all the next Middlesbrough manager odds with clues as to who could be appointed via the Next EFL Championship Manager To Be Sacked Betting Odds

Next Middlesbrough 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.

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Additionally, in some cases, the Middlesbrough 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 Middlesbrough 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 Middlesbrough Manager

Here is a list of contenders for the Middlesbrough manager's job, should they be available next time the position becomes free; these are drawn from previous names in the betting for the job the last time and those with a profile we think would match the club.

Carlos Corberan

Greatly admired by those who love the beautiful game, he learnt his trade and the vagaries of English football under Marcelo Bielsa at Leeds United.  Corberan was appointed at West Bromwich Albion in October 2022. 


Leo Percovich

He has stepped up to be a caretaker manager but is yet to be given the role full-time. He is currently head of player development with Boro.

Scott Parker

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In previous appointments, Middlesborough have taken a chance on young English managers Carrick, Woodgate, and Monk. Could Scott Parker, who has reached a crossroads in his career after his messy AFC Bournemouth dismissal, find a home in Teesside?

Gareth Southgate 

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At some time, the England job will end, and after a period of rest and reflection, we can expect the former Boro manager (2006-2009) Southgate to return to club management.  

Nigel Pearson

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The former Boro defender (1994-1988) has managed a string of clubs, including Bristol City and Leicester City, and has regularly been in the frame when a vacancy arises on Teesside. 

How To Place A Bet On The Next Middlesbrough Manager

  1. Find the best betting site offering odds on the Manager you think will be appointed at Middlesbrough. 

  2. Use the bookie index to scroll down to football; the manager markets may be under outright or special bets. 

  3. Find the Middlesbrough vacancy.

  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 Boro Manager Betting Diary

The betting odds for The Next Club Manager will often see some fluctuation and speculation of who will take over the hot seat when Michael Carrick  departs the job he has held since 24th October 2022. Here is a round-up of Next Middlesbrough Manager News from our OLBG News feed.  

12th October 2022

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Lee Cattermole is now the 1/2 bookies' favourite to be the next Middlesbrough manager following the dismissal of Chris Wilder last weekend. Cattermole is an assistant coach with Boro's first team and has been part of caretaker manager Leo Percovich's backroom staff since Wilder left. BetVictor make Cattermole the odds-on favourite to become the next Boro manager with reports suggesting he could be next for the role.

7th October 2022

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List of Middlesbrough Managers

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

Manager Appointment Date To Days in Charge Win Rate
Michael Carrick 24/10/2022 16/02/2024 480
Chris Wilder 07/11/2021 03/10/2022 330 40.00%
Neil Warnock 23/06/2020 07/11/2021 502 38.70%
Jonathan Woodgate 14/06/2019 23/06/2020 375 21.95%
Tony Pulis 27/12/2017 17/05/2019 506 43.75%
Craig Liddle 24/12/2017 27/12/2017 3 100.00%
Garry Monk 12/06/2017 24/12/2017 195 46.20%
Steve Agnew 16/03/2017 10/06/2017 86 9.10%
Aitor Karanka 13/11/2013 16/03/2017 1219 47.06%
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FAQ

Next Middlesbrough Manager FAQs

  • Who Was The First Middlesbrough Manager

    John Robson (1899-1905) was the first Boro boss and helped establish the club.

  • Who Is The Longest-Serving Middlesbrough Manager

    Wilf Gillow is the longest-serving Middlesbrough manager, but his time at the club spanned the war years (1934-44) when football was suspended. In more recent times, Bryan Robson, the former England captain, managed Boro for over six years. As a club, Middlesbrough does tend to give their managers time to succeed. 

  • Who Is The Shortest-Serving Middlesbrough Manager

    Andy Walker (1910-1911) was in charge for just 20 games before a bribing scandal engulfed him, and he left. 

  • Who are the Most Successful Middlesbrough Managers

    Peter McWilliam won the Second Division Championship in 1927 and 1929. Jack Charlton won the Second Division in 1974 and the Anglo Scottish Cup in 1976. Bryan Robson won the 2nd Division Championship in 1995, and Steve McLaren's side won the League Cup in 2004. 

  • Which Middlesbrough Manager Has The Best Win Percentage

    Michael Carrick had 32 games left of the 2022/23 season when he replaced Chris Wilder; he won 18, which is a very impressive 52.65%.  

    Although it ended badly, and he has yet to do as well at any subsequent club, Aitor Karanka (2013-2017) won 80 of his 171 games (47.06%). 

    Older readers may remember Harold Shepherdson, the England Assistant manager under Alf Ramsey, when the country won the World Cup in 1966. Born in Middlesbrough, he had four spells as caretaker manager, with his 17-game spell in 1973 being his best return; his Boro side won 9 of those games ( 52.94%).  

  • Which Middlesbrough Manager Has The Worst Win Percentage

    Former Celtic Midfielder Bobby Murdoch was a member of the Lisbon Lions team that won the European Cup in 1967. He became Middlesbrough's Manager in July 1981 but only won 9 of his 54 games before leaving in September 1982.

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 Middlesbrough and the Supporters site.

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