Next Premier League Manager To Leave Betting Odds: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer HEAVY 2/5 Favourite To Go Next

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Next Premier League Manager To Leave Betting Odds: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer HEAVY 2/5 Favourite To Go Next
Jake Ashton Senior News Editor

Jake is a Football and Entertainment betting expert, with a Man City season ticket and a deep knowledge of reality TV betting angles

  • Ole Gunnar Solskjaer 2/5 favourite to leave next with bookies after dismal run including 5-0 thrashing by rivals Liverpool
  • Daniel Farke 7/2 second favourite in market after Norwich's awful start to season
  • Tottenham's Nuno Espirito Santo also lower down in market with Spurs struggling

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is the favourite to leave next in the Premier League

Manchester United went into their game against Liverpool last weekend with a hint of optimism. 

They were underdogs, both with bookies and fans alike, but these games between rivals often throw form out of the window and go down to how the teams play of the day. 

Unfortunately for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer his team were absolutely abysmal and ended up being thumped 5-0 at Old Trafford against their fiercest rivals. 

Television shots of Sir Alex Ferguson looking glum in the crowd on Sunday heaped more pressure on Solskjaer and according to reports it looked like he was about to lose his job on Monday. 

Fast forward to the end of the week and it looks like he's safe, at least for the Tottenham game this weekend and United need to put in some kind of big performance to keep Ole in for the foreseeable. 

With a tricky Champions League tie away to Atalanta next midweek and the small matter of the Manchester Derby at the weekend after that, it could be curtains for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer by the international break in a fortnight's time. 

After a dreadful 5-0 thumping against rivals Liverpool, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's job looks under serious threat and bookmakers make him 2/5 favourite to be the next Premier League manager to leave.

Jake Ashton - Sports Betting Specialist -

Daniel Farke is the second favourite in market following abysmal Norwich start

Norwich have started the season awfully and already see themselves at odds of 1/7 with bookies to get relegated from the Premier League. 

They are still yet to win a game after 9 fixtures so far this year and look set to beat Derby County's worst ever season if they were to continue as they are doing currently. 

Derby's record in the 2007/08 season was 11 points and Norwich currently see themselves on 2 points so far, with betting sites giving 33/1 odds that the Canaries break that unwanted record. 

Farke was given the dreaded vote of confidence by the Norwich board earlier this week and the 7-0 defeat of Chelsea last weekend has been discussed by pundits as one of the worst performances there has ever been in the league. 

Highlight's below of Norwich's dismal performance against Chelsea: 

Tottenham's Nuno Espirito Santo also features in market after tricky start to life at Spurs

Tottenham fans have been on Nuno Espirito Santo's back over the last few weeks as their team have been finding life difficult under a new manager. 

A decent win away to Burnley in the League Cup this midweek has eased the pressure that was on Nuno slightly, but pundits have been calling this weekend's fixture against Man United 'El Sackico' due to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's pressure too. 

The general consensus amongst fans and pundits alike is that Nuno is working on borrowed time and that Spurs really have a struggle this season to win any sort of silverware.

Harry Kane's form has been a worry this season, with the proposed transfer to Man City falling through in the Summer looking to be playing on his mind. 

Add in a few injuries to the squad and you get a cocktail of disaster at Tottenham that Nuno will not want to drink. 

Next Premier League manager to leave Odds Implied Probability
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer 2/5 71.4%
Daniel Farke 7/2 22.2%
Dean Smith 12/1 7.7%
Nuno Espirito Santo 12/1 7.7%


Nuno Espirito Santo is 12/1 in the betting odds to be sacked next despite Saturday's game against Man United being nicknamed by some reporters as 'El Sackico'

Jake Ashton - Sports Betting Specialist -

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