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Next England Manager Odds

Following England’s quarter-final exit to France at the 2022 World Cup, there has been a lot of speculation as to whether Gareth Southgate will stay on as England's manager having led the Three Lions at three tournaments.

Prior to the World Cup, there were a lot of critics towards Southgate having seen England be relegated from League A Group 3 in humiliating fashion, with just three points from six games, behind the likes of Italy, Hungary and Germany.

But, following some excellent displays at Qatar 2022, there are clamours for Southgate to stay on, having outplayed France in their 2-1 quarter-final defeat, while also comfortably defeating Iran 6-2, as well as Wales and Senegal by 3-0 scorelines.

There is a feeling that Southgate has put England back on the map in a footballing context, as prior to the 2018 World Cup, England had not reached a semi-final since Euro 1996, while at Euro 2020, the Three Lions made it to their first final since 1966.

Mauricio Pochettino Odds: 4/1

The 50-year-old was most recently manager of PSG and has missed out on a series of big jobs since his exit from the Parc des Princes.

Pochettino first arrived in England when he managed Southampton between January 2013 and May 2014, taking over from Nigel Adkins, laying the foundations for the Saints to challenge for Europe on a regular basis, having developed the likes of Adam Lallana, Jay Rodriguez, Jose Fonte, Toby Alderweireld, Morgan Schneiderlin and more.

Since his time at St Mary’s Pochettino went on to manage Tottenham, where he elevated them from Europa League fodder to a side that regularly competed for Champions League football - notably reaching the Champions League final in 2019.

Following his time at Spurs, Pochettino returned to former club PSG, where he managed to win three trophies in two years, but, this and his lack of success in the Champions League saw patience wear thin between himself and the PSG hierarchy, resulting in his departure last summer.

Pochettino is priced at 4/1 to become England’s next manager - click on the link to claim this bet in your bet slip!

Thomas Tuchel Odds: 5/1

Former Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is rumoured to be keen on managing the England national team.

The German coach was known for being tactically astute during his time as Chelsea manager, having won the Champions League with the Blues in the 2020/21 season at the expense of Manchester City. On top of this, the 49-year-old also won the UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup as Chelsea coach.

Prior to his time in England, Tuchel held the record of having the highest win percentage of any PSG manager, having won 95 of 127 matches, equating to 74.8%. Tuchel managed to win two Ligue 1 titles, as well as a Coupe de France, a Coupe de la Ligue and two Trophee des Champions.

On top of this, Tuchel is also highly regarded at Mainz and Borussia Dortmund, having won the DFB Pokal with the Black and Yellows in 2016/17, as well as finishing seventh in the Bundesliga with Mainz in 2013/14.

Tuchel is priced at 5/1 to succeed Southgate as England manager.

Brendan Rodgers Odds: 7/1

Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers is one of the bookmakers' favourites to become the next manager of the Three Lions due to his style of football and long-term credentials.

The Northern Irishman managed to deliver Leicester the FA Cup for the first time in their history during the 2020/21 campaign, beating the likes of Manchester United and Chelsea on their way to winning the trophy, via a wonder striker from Belgian midfielder Youri Tielemans in the final at Wembley Stadium and has substantially improved their squad and style of football since taking over from Claude Puel in the 2018/19 campaign.

Although Leicester have struggled at the start of the 2022/23 campaign, the Foxes' form has picked up of late, seeing them move up to 13th place and in contention for the latter European qualification places.

Rodgers has also shown that he has the credentials to win trophies when under pressure, as he managed to win back-to-back trebles in his time at Scottish Premiership side Celtic, leading the Parkhead club to them in the 2016/17 and 2017/18 seasons.

With reports saying that the FA could prefer a British manager to take over from Southgate, could Rodgers be the man to lead England after Southgate?

Rodgers is priced at 7/1 to be England’s next manager.

Eddie Howe Odds: 10/1

Newcastle manager Eddie Howe is perhaps the most prominent English manager, having led Newcastle to an impressive start to the 2022/23 campaign with 30 points from 15 matches.

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. When Howe joined Newcastle in November last year, he lead the Magpies from the 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.

Having shown his managerial capabilities at Newcastle, could How be in line to become England’s next manager?

Howe is priced at 10/1 to be the Three Lions’ next manager.

Graham Potter Odds: 14/1

Chelsea manager Graham Potter is also on this list of potential candidates to replace Southgate.

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, 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.

There are many factors to consider when discussing Potter. The 47-year-old only became Chelsea manager in early September, meaning that the Stamford Bridge club may be unwilling to let him go, however, he has struggled to adapt as far, winning just seven of his opening 14 fixtures as their manager.

Potter is priced at 14/1 to become England’s next manager.