Michael O’Neill has emerged as the early favourite to take over at West Bromwich Albion.
The Northern Ireland mangher is 4/1 to replace Tony Pulis. West Brom sacked Pulis on Monday after a run of just two wins in 21 league games.
O’Neill has never managed in English club football before but he’s done a great job in charge of Northern Ireland.
He led them to their first tournament in 30 years at Euro 2016. He also took them to the World Cup play-offs this year, though Switzerland scored a controversial penalty to go through.
Whoever comes in will need to turn West Brom’s form around quickly. They’re currently 17th, one point above the drop zone.
Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: “In this situation you’d normally turn to Pulis to rescue your team from the drop, but instead the early betting suggests Michael O’Neill could ditch his country for club football.”
Ladbrokes Latest Betting:
Michael O’Neill – 4/1
Alan Pardew – 5/1
Derek McInnes – 6/1
Sam Allardyce – 8/1
Chris Wilder – 10/1
Nigel Pearson – 14/1
Martin O’Neill – 16/1
Gary Megson – 16/1
Ryan Giggs – 16/1
Ronald Koeman – 16/1
Craig Shakespeare – 20/1
All Odds and Markets correct as of date of publication