Bookies pricing up next Fulham boss - The Gambling Times

Bookies pricing up next Fulham boss

David Moyes and Sam Allardyce are emerging as early favourites to be the next Fulham boss.

Slavisa Jokanovic is now odds-on to be the first Premier League manager to leave their job this season, and Bookmakers are looking at who they may turn to.

A new favourite has emerged and the odds have tumbled on David Moyes to take over as he is now 7/2.

The ex-Everton and Man United manager is out of work following his departure from West Ham after just six months, despite keeping them in the Premier League.

Next up in the betting is Sam Allardyce (6/1), followed by Claudio Ranieri (7/1) and Chris Coleman (7/1).

Spokesman Paddy Power said: “Fulham have had an atrocious start to the reason despite a record-breaking transfer window, and the only team worse than them is Huddersfield – who they face this evening.

“It looks like a grudge match for Slavisa Jokanovic, who is short-priced to be gone before midnight or before the Liverpool game this weekend. And, with Moyesy managing to keep West Ham up last season, his skills could be exactly what Fulham need.”

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