Next Rotherham United Manager Betting (odds, contenders, history)

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This article provides information on Rotherham's new manager odds and which bookmakers are offering betting on the next manager at The AESSEAL New York Stadium—details on all of The Millers's previous managers throughout history and potential Rotherham United Managers in the future.

Next Rotherham United Manager Betting (odds, contenders, history)
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Current Rotherham United Manager

Manager Appointment Date To Days in Charge
Leam Richardson 11/12/2023 21/04/2024 132
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Leam Richardson, the former Wigan Athletic boss, was appointed Rotherham manager on the 11th of December, 2023. He replaces Matt Taylor, who was dismissed in November. Richardson becomes the thirteenth permanent Millers manager since 2000 and the thirty fourth of all time.  He will have his work cut out with the club marooned at the bottom of the Sky Bet Championship. If another change occurs the  bookmakers will have all the next Rotherham United manager odds, clues can be gleaned as to who is available via the next manager to be sacked blog.

Next Rotherham 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 Rotherham United 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 Rotherham 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 BeThe Next Rotherham United Manager

Here is a list of potential candidate for when the next Manager of Rotherham position becomes available

Gary Rowett

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Gary Rowett is a well-known English football manager and former player, renowned for his tactical acumen and ability to revitalize teams. Born on March 6, 1974, he enjoyed a solid playing career as a defender before transitioning into management. He has managed multiple clubs, including Birmingham City, Derby County, and Stoke City, often stabilizing them and pushing for promotion into higher divisions with a pragmatic approach to the game.

Steve Evans.

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Steve Evans's name was in the bookmakers' betting odds to replace Matt Taylor in November 2023. He managed the Millers between 2012 and 2015, and under his tenure, the club were runners-up in League Two in 2013 and were promoted from League One via the playoffs in 2014.

Neil Lennon

Editorial credit: Marco Iacobucci Epp / Shutterstock.comAnother manager who regularly appears in League 1 and 2 managerial vacancies was at odds of 10/1 to be appointed before Leam Richardson got the gig. The former Celtic, Bolton and Hibernian manager will surely be back managing a club in 2024. 

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink

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He is often seen on our TV screens giving his opinion as a pundit; however, the former Chelsea and Leeds United striker has already managed Burton Albion, QPR and Northampton Town. In 2023, he was recruited to assist former Middlesbrough colleague Gareth Southgate with the England national side. 

Karl Robinson

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Karl Robinson is an English football manager who is best known for his extensive managerial spell at Milton Keynes Dons. His philosophy emphasizes attacking play and youth development. Robinson has also managed Charlton Athletic and Oxford United, showcasing a passion for nurturing talent and fostering a progressive style, earning respect within the football community for his dedication.

John Eustace

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John Eustace, a former professional midfielder, transitioned seamlessly into management following his playing career which included stints at clubs like Stoke City and Derby County. As a football manager, his leadership skills and tactical acumen have gained respect across the leagues. He honed his craft with Kidderminster Harriers before becoming an integral part of the coaching teams at Queens Park Rangers and later at Birmingham City.

Garry Monk

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Gary Monk is a professional football manager and former player from England. Born on March 6, 1979, he is known for his leadership as a central defender and later transitioned into management. Monk has managed several clubs, including Swansea City, Leeds United, Middlesbrough, and Sheffield Wednesday. His managerial approach emphasizes discipline and organization, aiming to instill a strong work ethic.

Neil Warnock

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Neil Warnock is a highly experienced English football manager, renowned for his straight-talking approach and effective man-management. Throughout his career, Warnock has achieved a record eight promotions with various clubs, demonstrating his tactical acumen and ability to motivate teams. His managerial journey includes notable spells at Sheffield United, Queens Park Rangers, and Cardiff City, where his resilience and passion on the touchline have left a lasting impression.

Nathan Jones

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Nathan Jones is a Welsh football manager known for his energetic coaching style and tactical acuity. He made a name for himself with Luton Town, earning plaudits for securing promotion to the Championship. With a focus on discipline and a high-pressing game, Jones has established a reputation for transforming underperforming teams although was unable to save Southampton.

Danny Cowley

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Danny Cowley is a respected Lower League English football manager, formerly leading Portsmouth in EFL League One. Formerly a PE teacher, Cowley made his mark at Concord Rangers and Braintree Town before achieving success with Lincoln City, including an FA Cup run and a National League title. Known for his attention to detail and man-management, he upholds a progressive coaching philosophy aimed at continuous team development along with his brother.

Mark Bonner

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Bonner has been at Cambridge United since 2020; after winning promotion in 2021, he signed a new three-year contract. The U's sacked him in November 2023. 

Dean Holden

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Dean Holden has managed Oldham, Bristol City and Charlton Athletic and played for the Millers for a short loan spell in 2010. He is a regular in the bookie's betting lists and, in 2023, was backed for both Bradford City and Bristol Rovers vacancies. 

Paul Hurst 

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The former Rotherham United defender, who played over 400 games for the club, is expected by many fans to return as manager at some time. In 2023, he was sacked by Grimsby Town after some poor results. 

How to bet on the next Rotherham United Manager

  1. Find the best football betting site offering odds on the Manager you think will be appointed at the New York Stadium.  
  2. Use the bookie index to scroll down to the manager markets; they may be under outright or special bets. 
  3. Find the Rotherham United vacancy you are most interested in 
  4. Make that selection and add them to your bet slip
  5. Select the stake you wish to wager
  6. Confirm your bet; 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 all you have to do is wait until a new Rotherham manager is announced. 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 regular bet.

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Next Millers Manager Betting Diary

The betting odds for The Next Rotherham United Manager will see some fluctuation and speculation on who will take over in the hot seat when Leam Richardson departs the job he has held since 11th December 2023.

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

22nd November 2023

Next Rotherham United Manager Betting Odds: Leam Richardson now CLEAR FAVOURITE to take over at the Millers next with club still looking for new manager!
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13th November 2023

Next Rotherham United Manager Betting Odds: Gary Rowett the early favourite to take over at Rotherham following Matt Taylor's departure on Monday morning!
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4th October 2022

Matt Taylor, who secured Exeter City promotion from League 2 in the 2021/22 season, has left the club to take up the Manager's position at Rotherham. Whilst at the West Country club, he had a 43% win strike rate. Taylor was in charge of the Grecians from June 2018 until October 2022. He has signed a 4-year contract with Rotherham and brings with him a reputation for playing an attractive style of football. Mark Bonner, the Cambridge United manager, had been the early favourite for the Millers. He should be noted for future Championship clubs when vacancies arise. 

27/09/2022

A new favourite for the next Rotherham manager in the shape of Mark Bonner (11/10). He is currently at Cambridge United in SkyBet League One.  

22/09/2022

Dean Holden heads the betting to be the next Rotherham manager. Holden played over 365 games for various clubs, including Bolton, Oldham and Shrewsbury. He then moved into management at Oldham, Bristol City and Stoke. 

September 2022 

In what came as a real shock to Millers' fans, long-serving manager and former player Paul Warne left the club. He dropped down a division after taking the recently relegated Derby County job. The search now starts for a new Rotherham manager. Rotherham Chairman Tony Stewart said, "we are eager to get the right guy but not in a hurry to get anyone." 

July 2022

Paul Warne at the start of the new 2022/23 season has now managed the club for over 175 games in a spell lasting over 5 years. In that time he has seen the highs and lows of football management but the owner has stuck by him and been rewarded. We shall see what this season brings with the club 6/4 to be relegated.

List of Rotherham United Managers

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

Manager Appointment Date To Days in Charge Win Rate
Leam Richardson 11/12/2023 21/04/2024 132
Matt Taylor 04/10/2022 13/11/2023 405 20%
Paul Warne 29/11/2016 22/09/2022 2123 38.23%
Kenny Jackett 21/10/2016 29/11/2016 39 0.00%
Alan Stubbs 01/06/2016 21/10/2016 142 7.14%
Neil Warnock 11/02/2016 01/06/2016 111 25.00%
Neil Redfearn 09/10/2015 08/02/2016 122 23.81%
Eric Black 01/10/2015 09/10/2015 8 0.00%
Steve Evans 08/04/2012 01/10/2015 1271 41.62%
Darren Patterson 19/03/2012 08/04/2012 20 75.00%
Andy Scott 14/04/2011 19/03/2012 340 33.33%
Andy Liddell 22/03/2011 14/04/2011 23 25.00%
Ronnie Moore 26/09/2009 21/03/2011 541 41.38%
Steve Thomber 09/09/2009 26/09/2009 17 33.33%
Mark Robins 01/03/2007 09/09/2009 923 43.41%
Alan Knill 10/12/2005 01/03/2007 446 28.13%
Mick Harford 07/04/2005 10/12/2005 247 16.13%
Alan Knill 31/01/2005 07/04/2005 66 18.18%
Ronnie Moore 24/05/1997 31/01/2005 2809 35.93%
Danny Bergara 01/08/1996 24/05/1997 296 14.29%
John McGovern 14/09/1994 31/07/1996 686 31.18%
Archie Gemmill 14/09/1994 31/07/1996 686 31.18%
Phil Henson 01/01/1991 14/09/1994 1352 37.37%
Billy McEwan 01/04/1988 01/01/1991 1005 37.06%
Dave Cusack 23/12/1987 01/04/1988 100 29.41%
John Breckin 09/12/1987 23/12/1987 14 0.00%
Norman Hunter 18/06/1985 09/12/1987 904 31.39%
George Kerr 21/03/1983 31/05/1985 802 35.48%
Emlyn Hughes 01/07/1981 21/03/1983 628 36.90%
Ian Porterfield 30/12/1979 30/06/1981 548 45.07%
Jimmy McGuigan 01/05/1973 13/11/1979 2387 38.42%
Jimmy McAnearney 01/12/1968 01/05/1973 1612 38.33%
Tommy Docherty 01/11/1967 30/11/1968 395 30.77%
Jack Mansell 01/08/1965 31/05/1967 668 35.42%
Danny Williams 01/07/1962 01/02/1965 946 42.40%
Tom Johnston 01/11/1958 01/07/1962 1338 36.21%
Andy Smailes 01/08/1952 31/10/1958 2282 39.21%
Reg Freeman 01/01/1934 01/08/1952 6787 48.18%
Billy Heald 01 Aug, 1930 31 Dec, 1933 1248 32.67%
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FAQ

Next Rotherham United Manager FAQ

  • Who is the most successful manager of Rotherham United

    Between 1934 and 1952 Reg Freeman had a win percentage of 49%. He managed the club for over 500 games. 

    More recently Paul Warne, Steve Evans and Ronnie Moore got Rotherham promoted, and Warne also won the EFL Trophy in 2021-22. 


  • Who is the longest serving Rotherham United manager betting

    Reg Freeman as well as being the most successful manager (by win percentage) is also the longest-serving. 

  • Who is the most successful manager of Rotherham United

    Manager Ronnie Moore won back to back promotions in 2000 and 2001. Steve Evans' side were runners up in the Second Division in 2012- 2013 and won the League One Playoffs in 2014.

  • Which Permanent Rotherham United Manager Has The Best Win Percentage

    Reg Freeman (1934-1952) won 48.18% of his 521 matches in charge. In more recent times Sunderland FA Cup Final scorer Ian Portefield (1979-1981) won 45.07% of his 77 games when in charge at Rotherham .

  • Which Permanent Rotherham United Manager Has The Worst Win Percentage

    In June 2016 Alan Stubbs who had been a success in his first managerial job at Hibernian joined Rotherham. His tenure started badly and went from bad to worse with his team only winning once from fourteen games (7.14%) Stubbs was sacked in October and replaced by Kenny Jackett.

  • Which Permanent Rotherham United Manager This Century Has The Best Win Percentage

    Mark Robins, now at Coventry City  spent two and half years with Rotherham and won 56 of his 129 games, a win rate of over 43%.

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 Rotherham United Club Site and the Supporters site

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