Next Republic Of Ireland Manager Betting Odds

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The next Republic Of Ireland Manager betting normally features former players. There is of course no reason why a former green jersey wearer has to manage the national team and the FAI could cast their net wider as they did in 1986 with Jack Charlton, and again in 2008 when Italian Giovanni Trapattoni was appointed.

Next Republic Of Ireland Manager Betting Odds
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Manager From To Days in Charge
Heimir Hallgrimsson 10/07/2024 12/07/2024 2
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The new Republic of Ireland manager is Heimir Hallgrimsson. The former Jamaica and Iceland national team boss's appointment has been met with a mixed reaction by fans and pundits. However, reports suggest that he was the FAI's number one targetwhich may be why it took such a long period of time. It has been eight months since former manager Stephen Kennys's contract was not renewed. If another change comes, the best betting sites will have all the next Republic of Ireland manager betting odds.

Hallgrimsson spent five years in charge of Iceland: Vlad1988//shutterstock

Next Republic Of Ireland Manager Betting Odds

There are instances when these odds might not be readily available for certain positions. 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.  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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Who Could Be The Next Republic Of Ireland Manager

Prior to Hallgrimsson being appointed in July 2024 the following managers featured in the next ROI manager market. Some of these names may feature again if another change is needed. 

John O'Shea

The Waterford-born O'Shea played predominately at Manchester United and Sunderland before moving into coaching. He is yet to be a full-time manager but should be regarded as having enough experience, having worked with the national team on and off since 2020.  

Willie Sagnol

It would be a left-field decision if Willie Sagnol were given the ROI manager position ahead of home grown candidates. The 47-year-old is currently the boss of the Georgia national side who performed well at Euro 2024. 

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Lee Carsley 

His rise to being an in-demand marquee coach has been stratospheric, and his betting odds as one of the favourites to be the next Republic of Ireland manager are testament to this.

He has yet to manage any football league clubs, but his success with the England Under 20 and 21 sides has alerted the bookmakers to include his name in a range of betting markets, including this one.

Anthony Barry 

Anthony Barry still needs to manage a club, but his CV is packed with prestigious Assistant Manager roles. He has had spells at  Bayern Munich and the Republic of Ireland, Belgian and Portuguese national teams. 

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Neil Lennon 

He is a controversial figure, but his record as a manager is notable. He won the Scottish Premiership on five occasions and the Scottish FA Cup four times when in charge at Celtic.Editorial credit: Marco Iacobucci Epp / Shutterstock.com

Chris Coleman 

Chris Coleman was the national team manager of Wales between 2012 and 2017. He guided the team to the European Championship semi-finals in 2016 before losing to eventual winners Portugal. 

If the FAI wanted an experienced boss after Kenny, Coleman would fit the bill perfectly.

Chris Hughton

The former Tottenham right back is a proven manager, but his star has faded after recent appointments. He was managing the Ghana national team but was dismissed at the beginning of 2024. 

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 Steve Bruce 

Steve Bruce. Photograph: Tim Goode/PA

The much travelled Steve Bruce has manged twelve English clubs, his last position was at West Bromwich Albion who he left in October 2022.

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Roy Keane 

Editorial credit: Influential Photography / Shutterstock.comSupported in the betting is Roy Keane. These days, we are more used to seeing him ranting and raving (being assaulted) as a TV Pundit, but he would be a popular choice for many fans, and of all the names quoted, he has the most big-game experience.

Gus Poyet 


Seems a strange inclusion for the next ROI manager but his Greece side beat the Irish in both Euro 2024 qualification games.  

Kieran McKenna 

The Ipswich Town manager is another candidate who has impressed. Appointed to the East Anglian club in December 2021, he guided the club to an eleventh-place finish. The following season, Ipswich gained automatic promotion to the Championship after finishing in second place behind Plymouth Argyle. The Championship was expected to be a big test, but Ipswich and their rookie manager have shown they can more than compete after securing promotion to the EPL in 2024. 

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Next Republic Of Ireland Manager Betting Diary

The betting odds for The Next Republic Of Ireland Manager will often see some fluctuation and speculation of who will take over the hot seat when Heimir Hallgrimsson departs the position he has held since July 2024. 

Here is a round-up of the Next ROI Manager Betting Timeline from our OLBG News feed 

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List of Republic Of Ireland Managers

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

Manager From To Days in Charge Win Rate
Heimir Hallgrimsson 10/07/2024 12/07/2024 2
John O'Shea 28/02/2024 10/7/2024 133 25%
Stephen Kenny 05/04/2020 22/11/2023 1326 28%
Mick McCarthy 25/11/2018 04/04/2020 496 50%
Martin O'Neil 5/11/2013 21/11/2018 1842 35%
Noel King 23/09/2013 04/11/2013 42 50%
Giovanni Trappatoni 01/05/2008 11/09/2013 1959 41%
Don Givens 01/10/2007 01/02/2008 345 0%
Steve Staunton 15/01/2006 24/10/2007 647 35%
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FAQ

  • Who is the longest-serving Republic Of Ireland Manager

    Johnny Carey (1955-1967) was in charge for the longest period. 

    Jack Charlton (1986-1996) managed the most Republic Of Ireland matches, 96 in total. 

     


     


  • Which Republic Of Ireland Manager Has The Best Win Percentage

    Of ROI managers who have been in charge of more than five games, the highest win percentage was that of Dublin-born Alex Stevenson (1953-1955). He was in the Irish dugout for eight games, winning five (62.5%).

  • Which Republic Of Ireland Manager Has The Worst Win Percentage

    Of ROI managers who have been in charge of more than five games, the lowest win percentage was that of Mick Meagan (1969-1971); his twelve-game tenure resulted in zero wins.

  • Who Was The First Republic Of Ireland Manager

    The first ROI manager was in 1931; prior to this, the team was chosen by a committee. Bill Lacey (1931-1936) managed for just four matches.  

  • Who Is the Current Favourite To Be The New Republic Of Ireland Manager

    The favourite to be the next ROI manager is currently unavailable. 

  • Who Selects The Next ROI Manager

    A Football Of Ireland committee will select the new national team manager.


Editorial Information

This article was written and fact-checked by Nigel Skinner, our expert in following the Next manager markets. 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 the Republic Of Ireland football website. 

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