Next England Manager Odds

Graham Potter

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Next England Manager Odds

Pressure looks to be mounting on Gareth Southgate following England's humiliating 4-0 thrashing at the hands of Hungary on Tuesday night at Molineux. The defeat now means that the Three Lions have failed to score from opening play in 360 minutes of Nations League action.

The 51-year-old's side looks on course to be relegated from their Nations League group with their final two matches being against Italy and Germany, however, Southgate does have plenty of credit in the bank having led England to the final of Euro 2020, as well as the semi-finals of the 2018 World Cup.

Here we take a look at the next England manager odds.

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Graham Potter Odds: 3/1

Chelsea manager Graham Potter is the bookmakers’ favourite to succeed Southgate as England manager having showcased an impressive style of play in the Premier League.

Since becoming a manager in 2011, Potter has been a revelation, leading Ostersunds in Sweden from the fourth tier to the Swedish Allsvenskan, on top of managing an impressive Swedish Cup win in 2016/17 that saw them qualify for the Europa League.

Many believed that when he managed Brighton, that they played the best football outside of Liverpool and Manchester City’s dominance and with the Amex Stadium club improving year upon year following their ninth-place finish last campaign, the Englishman landed the Chelsea job in the aftermath of Thomas Tuchel’s sacking.

With Potter being the most prominent English manager at present, perhaps he could be the man to take England forward.

Potter is priced at 2/1 to be appointed as England manager after Southgate - click on the link to claim this bet in your bet slip!

Eddie Howe Odds: 3/1

Eddie Howe is another name that has been frequently linked to the England job, and has only enhanced his reputation via his recent spell at Newcastle.

The 44-year-old famously lead AFC Bournemouth from the bottom of the English Football League all the way to the Premier League over the course of two spells between 2008 and 2011, as well as 2012 to 2020.

There were question marks with Howe, with many wondering if he could replicate his success at another club. Since joining Newcastle in November last year, the ex-Cherries boss has been nothing short of sensational, leading a side that were bottom of the league in early December to an 11th place finish, winning 12 of their last 18 matches in the division.

As a result of Newcastle’s good form, they managed to pick up the fourth-most points since the turn of the year, whilst managing six home wins in a row, a feat that had not been achieved since 2004 when former England boss Sir Bobby Robson was in charge at St James’ Park.

Newcastle have started the 2022/23 season slowly, managing eight points from seven matches, but, looks like a club on a good trajectory under Howe’s leadership.

Howe is priced at 3/1 to become England’s next manager.

Mauricio Pochettino Odds: 5/1

Mauricio Pochettino is arguably one of the strongest candidates who would be interested in the role, as the Argentinian coach is currently without a managerial role.

The 50-year-old was in the stands as England drew 3-3 at home to Germany in their final Nations League match and has previously had links to the Three Lions' job.

Pochettino’s last managerial role was with PSG, where he left the club after 84 matches in charge, winning Ligue 1, Coupe de France and the Trophee des Champions in his time there.

He was also influential in Spurs’ rise up the Premier League from Europa League regulars, to even challenging for the Premier League title on the odd occasion, whilst also reaching the 2019 Champions League final with the Lilywhites.

Prior to his time at Tottenham, Pochettino had a similar reputation to Potter, having overseen Southampton’s rise up the Premier League table through an attractive brand of football, whilst also making a series of impressive signings.

Pochettino is priced at 5/1 to be Southgate’s successor.

Lee Carsley Odds: 16/1

Lee Carsley may be a surprise candidate having not managed any sides of note at club level for a sustained period of time, but, the 48-year-old former Everton midfielder is the Manager of England’s Under 21s.

The ex-Birmingham City man has managed the likes of Coventry on a caretaker basis, as well as Brentford for 10 matches, where he won five and drew two of his games in charge, before joining Manchester City as a development coach and manager for the Under 18s and Under 23s.

Carsley has been in the England setup since September 2020, when he joined as an Under 20s Manager, winning one and losing the other of his two matches in charge, before taking over as Under 21s manager where he has a 75% win percentage, winning nine and drawing one of his 12 games in charge.

Carsley is priced at 16/1 to step up as the next England manager.

Thomas Tuchel Odds: 16/1

The final manager on this list is Thomas Tuchel, who is without a job having been sacked by Todd Boehly as Chelsea manager on 7th September.

Tuchel was a popular figure at Stamford Bridge, having overseen the Blues to Champions League success in the 2020/21 season, when they beat Manchester City in the final in Porto.

Prior to this, Tuchel had managed PSG where he won six trophies in just over two years, as well as finishing as runners-up in the 2019/20 Champions League final to Bayern Munich. The German had also coached Borussia Dortmund following five impressive seasons at Mainz - in his time at the Signal Iduna Park, Tuchel managed to win the DFB Pokal in the 2016/17 campaign.

Tuchel is priced at 16/1 to become the next manager of the Three Lions.

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