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Sam Allardyce 1-7 to be named England manager

| 18.07.2016

Sam Allardyce has been cut into 1-7 (from 2-5) by bookmaker Coral to be named the next England manager after the FA said the new boss could be named as early as this week. Jurgen Klinsmann is second best at 6-1 in the firm’s betting, while Eddie Howe can be backed at 10-1.

Elsewhere, Arsenal are the 3-1 favourites to secure the signature of Riyad Mahrez who could be set for an exit away from the Premier League champions Leicester, while Paul Pogba is 1-3 to wrap up his transfer to Manchester United for what could be a world record transfer fee.

*Manager specials

**Next England Manager
1-7 Sam Allardyce, 5 Jurgen Klinsmann, 10 Eddie Howe, 25 Rafa Benitez, Steve Bruce, Guus Hiddink, Glenn Hoddle, Roberto Mancini, Arsene Wenger, 33-1 Bar

**Ryan Giggs specials
1-5 To manage any club in England in 2016, Evs To manage a Premier League in 2016, 3 To be the next Wales manager

**Jurgen Klopp is win the Premier League with Liverpool before his contract expires in 2022


*Player specials

*Transfer specials

**Gareth Bale’s next club
4-5 Manchester United, 5 Chelsea, 7 Bayern Munich, Manchester City, 10 PSG, 33 Liverpool, 40 Bar

**Saido Berahino’s next club
6-5 Stoke, 5-2 Crystal Palace, 5 Southampton, West Ham , 8 Tottenham, 12 Leicester, 16 Newcastle, 25 Swansea.

**Leonardo Bonucci’s next club
Evs Manchester City, 9-4 Chelsea, 10 Bayern Munich, Manchester United, 12 Real Madrid, 16 Barcelona, 25 Arsenal, 33 Bar

**Julian Draxler’s next club
2 Arsenal, 7-2 Chelsea, Manchester United, 8 Juventus, Liverpool, 10 PSG, 12 Tottenham, 16 Real Madrid, 20 AC Milan

**Gonzalo Higuain’s next club
5-2 Arsenal, 3 Liverpool, 5 PSG, 7 Chelsea, 10 West Ham, 11 Manchester City, 14 Atletico Madrid, 16 Manchester United, 20 Juventus, Tottenham.

**Harry Kane’s next club
7-4 Manchester United, Real Madrid, 6 Barcelona, Manchester City, 8 Chelsea, 10 Bar

**Romelu Lukaku’s next club
5 Arsenal, Chelsea, 8 Manchester United, 10 Bayern Munich, PSG, 12 Manchester City, 16 Dortmund, Real Madrid, Tottenham, 20 West Ham, 25 Liverpool, 33 Bar

**Riyad Mahrez’s next club
3 Arsenal, 4 Real Madrid, 9-2 Barcelona, 11-2 Manchester City, 6 PSG, 8 Chelsea, Manchester United, 10 Juventus, 16 Tottenham, 20 Bar

**Dimitri Payet’s next club
5-2 Real Madrid, 7-2 Barcelona, Chelsea, 9-2 PSG, 8 Manchester City, 14 Arsenal, Manchester United, 20 Bar

**Paul Pogba’s next club
1-3 Manchester United, 3 Real Madrid, 6 Barcelona, 14 Chelsea, PSG. Others on request.

**Cristiano Ronaldo’s next club
5-4 Manchester United, 6-4 PSG, 8 Sporting Lisbon, 10 Bayern Munich, 14 Chelsea, 16 LA Galaxy, Manchester City, 80 Bar

**John Stones’ next club
1-4 Manchester City, 3 Chelsea, 8 Manchester United, 14 Barcelona, 20 Arsenal, Real Madrid, 33 Bar

**Theo Walcott’s next club
2 West Ham, 9-4 Liverpool, 7 Chelsea, 10 Leicester, 16 Southampton, 20 Everton, Stoke, 33 Tottenham. Others on request.

*Other specials

**Ballon d’or winner 2016
1-5 Cristiano Ronaldo, 9-2 Lionel Messi, 6 Antoine Griezmann, 8 Luis Suarez, 16 Neymar, 20 Gareth Bale, 33 Bar

**Who will host the 2026 World Cup?
4 Canada, 13-2 Mexico, 13-2 Colombia, 8 USA, 12 England, 16 Morocco, 20 Australia/New Zealand, 33 Kazakhstan


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John Hill 07889 645520


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John Hill

John is the newest member of the PR team having joined in April 2014. In his previous role he worked as a broadcaster where he could be heard building up to the action in horse racing, greyhounds and a range of sports.
As a PR manager he will be responsible for Coral's news website providing the latest market movers, as well as various other media relations, including Box Nation and RPGTV.
John is a proud Rochdale fan having been born in the town which has produced the likes of Gracie Fields and Lisa Stansfield.