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Latest odds on Aston Villa from William Hill.

Next Villa Manager:

6/5 Alan Curbishley,
7/1 Martin O'Neill,
9/1 Alex McLeish,
10/1 Glenn Hoddle,
16/1 Greame Souness,
16/1 Brian Kerr,
16/1 Roy Aitken,
16/1 Mike Newell,
20/1 George Graham,
20/1 Dave Jones,
25/1 Roy Keane,
25/1 Peter Reid,
25/1 Lawrie Sanchez,
25/1 Paul Jewell,
33/1 Sam Allardyce,
50/1 John Gregory

William Hills also have Villa as 4/1 to be relegated and 16/1 to finish bottom.

4/7 to finish 15th or higher; 4/1 to be 16th and 5/2 to finish 17th or lower.

Wonder what the betting is that the manager doesn't come from that list? Who can predict the whims of Doug Ellis?


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:J P Fear
Date:Thursday July 20 2006
Time: 4:53PM

Comments

0
Pleeeeaaaaasssssseeeeee not Glen Hoddle or Graeme Souness, I thought O'Dreary was bad but those two - NO WAY!! Mutley73
Mutley73
20/07/2006 17:18:00
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Glenn Hoddle does look good value for money, unfortunately
Willie Willie Anders
20/07/2006 17:19:00
0
You can get some bloke called Jonathan Fear at 1000/1.
still skeggy
20/07/2006 18:55:00
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God I had forgotten about Souness held in great esteem by Ellis! Anyway i thought he said O'Leary would be his last manager.... are you lying again uncle herb
fatloser
20/07/2006 19:34:00
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Bring back Gregory !!!
bobbyfett
20/07/2006 19:46:00
0
lawrie sanchez has potential?
son_of_cher
20/07/2006 22:33:00
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Looking down that list theres names that really concern and worry me. 20/1 George Graham is one of those names, a name that for some reason I fear might appeal to Ellis. You look at whose available out there, and you realise that there arent too many realistic options. Only four weeks until the big kick off. What an interesting 28 days or so it promises to be.
glensider
21/07/2006 03:34:00
0
George Graham had his chance in 2002 when GT mk2 got it but he's been out of management for 5 years now. I have a nasty feeling that Glenn Hoddle will be Doug's man
Steve W
21/07/2006 09:09:00
0
Brain little also has a mention in the paper this morning, thoughts anyone? i liked the guy and he gets on well with Dougie
son_of_cher
21/07/2006 10:42:00
0
I agree with glensider. Some of those names on that list will strike fear into any Villa fan with experience of Mr. Ellis. Remember why Souness was taken to Newcastle? To sort out the dressing room and instill discipline. I'm sure the thought has crossed his mind. As well as him there's Graham, Aitken, Hoddle and Peter Reid! It's a case of cross your fingers and hope Doug doesn't have one of his 'moments'!
DougInABox
21/07/2006 11:46:00
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