Next Huddersfield Town Manager Odds

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Next Huddersfield Town Manager Odds

Huddersfield Town are on the lookout for a new manager following the sacking of Danny Schofield after just 69 days in charge of the Terriers.

The Championship outfit are 23rd in the table, and had only won one of their opening nine matches under the 42-year-old, losing seven, seeing Schofield have a win percentage of just 11.1% as Town manager.

This is a testing period for the club, who notably lost the likes of Lewis O’Brien and Harry Toffolo in the summer, unsettling then manager Carlos Corberan to such an extent that he left the John Smith’s Stadium having guided the club to the Championship play-off final in May.

Here we take a look at the candidates to be the next manager of Huddersfield Town.

David Wagner Odds: 1/3

Popular ex-Huddersfield manager David Wagner has emerged as a surprise candidate for the role following his sacking from Swiss outfit Young Boys last season.

The 50-year-old notably left Town in January 2019, with the club looking certain to be relegated. The ex-Borussia Dortmund coach moved to Huddersfield in November 2015, and guided them to promotion to the Premier League via the play-offs in his first full season in charge (2016/17) after a penalty shootout win over Reading at Wembley.

To add to this, Wagner also managed to guide them to safety in the club’s first Premier League season having been one of the favourites to be relegated straight back to the second tier.

Wagner’s managerial career has not taken off since his departure, having played a large part in Schalke’s relegation to Bundesliga 2 in 2020/21, as the Royal Blues lacked confidence following a 16-game winless run just one season prior.

He was also dismissed at Young Boys in March 2022, with them trailing eventual champions FC Zurich by 15 points. The Bern-based club had won the title in each of the last three campaigns prior to his arrival.

Wagner is priced at 1/3 to make a shock return to Huddersfield.

Anthony Barry Odds: 8/1

36-year-old English coach, Anthony Barry has had his name circulated around a lot of managerial jobs of late and it is easy to see why.

The Liverpudlian has been a first-team coach at Chelsea since 2020, as well as recently taking up the same role with the Belgium national side. Notably, when Chelsea won the Champions League back in 2021, he was actually assistant manager to Thomas Tuchel.

With such valuable experience in some of the most high-pressure environments, could it be time for Barry to step up and become a manager?

Barry is priced at 8/1 to be Huddersfield’s next managerial appointment after Schofield.

Duncan Ferguson Odds: 10/1

Former Everton legend Duncan Ferguson reportedly has an outside chance of landing the job at Huddersfield.

Ferguson recently left the Toffees’ first-team coaching staff having initially joined back in February 2014.

During his time as a coach at Everton, he was assistant manager to the likes of Carlo Ancelotti and Rafael Benitez which will have been beneficial experiences for the Scot who was actively known to have wanted the fairly recent vacancy at Goodison Park before Frank Lampard was eventually appointed.

In the 2019/20 season, Ferguson served Everton as an Interim Manager between the sacking of Marco Silva up to the appointment of Ancelotti, managing one win and three draws in his four matches, notably managing to draw with Manchester United and beat Chelsea, the 50-year-old recently took charge of one game last season, which turned out to be a 1-0 home loss to Aston Villa.

Huddersfield are priced at 10/1 to appoint Ferguson as their new manager.

Liam Manning Odds: 12/1

MK Dons manager Liam Manning has also been linked with the managerial vacancy at Huddersfield.

The Dons missed out on automatic promotion by just one point in Manning’s first season in charge (2021/22) before losing out in the play-offs. During his first campaign at Stadium MK, Manning won EFL League One Manager of the Month in both September and January. At present, MK are 22nd in the League One standings after accumulating just seven points from eight matches.

Prior to his role at the Dons, Manning had been West Ham’s Under 23s head coach between 2015 and 2019 before joining City Football Group, where he would take up coaching roles at New York City FC, which then lead to him being transferred over to Belgian second-tier side Lommel SK as head coach between 2020 and 2021 - Manning would lead them from bottom of the table to a third-place finish in his only season at the club.

Manning is priced at 12/1 to become Huddersfield’s next manager.

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