New favourite in Next Leeds United Manager Betting Market with bookmakers
[fcrp_feat_sc sc_id=”17655″] Mick McCarthy had been the odds on favourite to replace Heckingbottom, should the club look to make a change but has now drifted out again. There are though plenty of candidates in the running at Betfred football odds in the next Leeds United manager market.
With the Leeds United squad having returned from their post-season tour of Myanmar, attention is now returning to what the club are looking to do this summer .
It is set to be a busy few weeks at Elland Road, as the club move to improve their playing squad following a disappointing 13 th-place finish during which the gap between Leeds and their Championship's promotion contenders became all-too apparent .
While there will no doubt be comings and goings in regard to the playing staff, speculation over Paul Heckingbottom's long-term future at the club continues to rumbling on .
The Leeds boss won only four times in the 16 games he oversaw since joining the club in February as he failed to really turn around the club's poor run of kind which considered them drop out of the play-off race and cost Thomas Christiansen his chore .
Heckingbottom himself admitted that the pressure was there ahead of the final couple of games of the season .
Paul Heckingbottom during the FA Cup third round match between Millwall and Barnsley at The Den on January 6, 2018
Heckingbottom on transfer plans.
This pressure led to the online bookmakers drawing up a market for the next Leeds United manager, which immediately find Mick McCarthy leap to the top of the bet market at Betfred football odds after he left the Ipswich chore .
The former Republic of Ireland boss was odds-on to be the next human up, with Paddy Power even suspending the market on him, as speculation on social media began to ramp up .
But after being linked with a number of other vacancies, including Sunderland, Barnsley and West Brom, McCarthy's odds of landing the Elland Road chore have dropped to 9/4 with Betfred Football Betting.
Ex-Man United star Stam may not be a popular choice among the Leeds fans.
He has been replaced at the top of the betting by former Reading boss Jaap Stam, who Leeds were keen to bring in last summertime .
Stam narrowly missed out on promotion with Reading 12 months ago when his side lost in the play-off final, but the Royals suffered a dramatic turn around in fortunes this season, narrowly avoiding the drop into League One .
Stam has also been linked with the vacant Swansea job and is 4/ 1 for the post at the Liberty Stadium, behind Graham Potter( 12/5) and Chris Coleman( 3/1 ) in the Betfred football betting.
Back at Elland Road, McCarthy is now out to 9/4 for the Leeds job, ahead of former Whites boss David O'Leary who is 5/1, with Steve McClaren and Nigel Pearson both 15/2. Former Leicester title-winning boss Claudio Ranieri is a 10/1 chance with Betfred football betting .
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