Who will be the next England manager?

Posted by - September 12, 2010 - Adverts and Commercial, Betting

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Fabio Capello has announced that he’ll be leaving his position as England manager after Euro 2012. Now, the big question everyone is asking – who will replace him?

Depending on how well England do in Euro 2012, Capello has a maximum of two years left to fulfil. According to the Next England Manager odds, many bookies have Harry Redknapp as their favourite to replace Capello. Redknapp certainly deserves the position. He has consistently proved himself as a capable manager at West Ham, Portsmouth and now Spurs. Even though, he would be a very popular choice, the FA are unlikely to choose him.

It looks like the FA may have already made their decision: Stuart Pearce. They have been grooming him for years. He has worked as England under 21s boss, and has also been a part of the Capello camp. For some reason the bookies have him at very big odds, so its definitely worth putting a bet on him.

Other potential candidates are Roy Hodgson, Martin O’Neill and Sam Allardyce, but they are outsiders. It looks like it may be a two-horse race between Redknapp and Pearce. To make your betting go a bit further it is best to use some of the free bets that are on offer. By clicking the highlighted link you can see hundreds of pounds of free bets that you can take advantage of.