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Pulis odds-on to be next Premier League manager to go

| 09.09.2016

Tony Pulis is now odds-on at 5-6 (from 11-8) to be the next Premier League manager to leave his post. The future of the West Brom boss is increasingly coming under speculation and that has prompted a flurry of bets this morning on the Baggies manager being the next to go in the Premier League. Alan Pardew is second in the market at 4-1 after his side have made a slow start to their campaign, while Francesco Guidolin and Walter Mazzarri are both available at 8-1.

**Next Premier League manager to leave

5-6 (from 11-8) Tony Pulis, 4 Alan Pardew, 8 Francesco Guidolin, Walter Mazzarri, 16 David Moyes, Claude Puel, 20 Bar

**Next permanent Hull manager

1-6 Mike Phelan, 8 Steve Bruce, 12 Chris Coleman, Martin O’Neill, 25 Steve McClaren, Gianfranco Zola, 33 Brand Schuster


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