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Ryan Giggs 8-13 for Sunderland job

| 01.06.2017

Ryan Giggs is now odds-on at 8-13 with bookmaker Coral to be the next permanent Sunderland boss following more support for the Manchester United legend today. The early favourite Derek McInnes is out to 6-5, while Alan Pardew is 9-1.

Elsewhere, despite reports Manchester United have given up interest in Antoine Griezmann, they remain long odds-on at 1-5 to land the Frenchman’s signature. The Reds also top the betting at 3-1 to sign Joe Hart and 7-2 to land Romelu Lukaku from Everton.

*Manager specials

**Next Crystal Palace manager
5-4 Garry Monk, 3 Roy Hodgson, 4 Sean Dyche, Manuel Pellegrini, 10 David Wagner, Roger Schmidt, 12 Claudio Ranieri, 14 Bar

**Next Hull manager
4 Paul Lambert, 6 Nigel Adkins, 8 David Moyes, Uwe Rosler, Leonid Slutsky, 9 Aitor Karanka, 10 Roger Schmidt, Alex Neil, 12 Nigel Pearson, Steve McClaren, 16 Bar

**Next Leeds manager
1-5 Aitor Karanka, 9-2 Claudio Ranieri, 14 Alan Pardew, Nigel Pearson, Gus Poyet, 16 Bar

**Next Sunderland manager
8-13 Ryan Giggs, 6-5 Derek McInnes, 8 Alan Pardew, 12 Paul Lambert, 16 Bar

*Player specials

**Harry Kane specials
8 To become Tottenham’s all-time leading goalscorer, 12 To become Premier League all-time leading goalscorer

**2017 Ballon d’Or winner
2-5 Cristiano Ronaldo, 11-4 Gianluigi Buffon, 5 Lionel Messi, 20 Luis Suarez, Neymar, 25 Eden Hazard, 33 Gareth Bale, Robert Lewandowski, 40 Antoine Griezmann, 50 Zlatan Ibrahimovic,

**Team specials

**Manchester United to win the 2017/18 Champions League

*Transfer specials

**Antoine Griezmann’s next club
1-5 Manchester United, 16 Real Madrid, 20 PSG, Arsenal, Barcelona, Manchester City, 20 Bayern Munich, 25 Juventus, 33 Liverpool

**Joe Hart’s next club
3 Manchester United, 4 Everton, Chelsea 9-2 Liverpool, 8 Torino, 10 West Ham, 12 Leicester, Arsenal, 16 Newcastle, 20 Stoke, Bournemouth, Juventus, Southampton, PSG,

**Romelu Lukaku’s next club
8-11 Chelsea, 7-2 Manchester United, 7 Bayern Munich, 8 PSG, 16 Atletico Madrid, 20 Barcelona, Arsenal

**Alexis Sanchez’s next club
4-5 Bayern Munich, 3 Manchester City, 10 Chelsea, 16 AC Milan, PSG, 20 Lyon, Marseilles, Monaco

**Luke Shaw’s next club
5-2 Tottenham, 7 Crystal Palace, Stoke, 8 Everton, Newcastle, 9 Liverpool, 10 Arsenal, 12 West Ham, West Brom, 16 Southampton, 20 Leicester, 25 Swansea, 33 Sunderland

**John Terry’s next club
6-4 Bournemouth, 4 Brighton, West Brom, 9-2 Any Chinese 6 Any MLS club, 8 Swansea, 10 Porto, 14 Arsenal, 16 Crystal Palace, 20 Celtic, Newcastle,  33 Manchester United


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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.