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Who Next - The Bookies Odds Game Begins

Who Next - The Bookies Odds Game Begins


OK, loads of odds already as you would expect.

A good one to keep an eye on is the Oddschecker site that has the aggregation of many bookies: www.oddschecker.com/football/football-specials/aston-villa-specials

Here are some early odds:

Bob Bradley 5/1
Sven Goran Eriksson 6/1
Martin Jol 6/1
Alan Curbishley 9/2
Slaven Bilic 6/1
Jurgen Klinsmann 8/1
Gianfranco Zola 16/1
Steve McClarent 16/1
Ottmar Hitzfield 16/1
Guus Hiddink 16/1
Phil Scolari 20/1
Stuart Pearce 20/1
Kevin McDonald 20/1
Glenn Hoddle 22/1
David Platt 20/1
Gareth Southgate 16/1
Kevin Keegan 25/1
Fabio Capello 33/1
Alan Shearer 20/1
Terry Venebales 20/1
John Gregory 100/1

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Monday August 9 2010
Time: 7:23PM

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If it's Bradley (no remotely relevant experience, other than being American), or Ericsson (no comment necessary) I think I may well cry :(. Jol doesn't excite me, but at least he's proven and has contacts as well as a very good track record, so he's the best option I see at this point.
SchoolBoyError
09/08/2010 19:37:00
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Guus Hiddink would do you proud! Scolari - leave well alone, Ranieri - decent manager!
merlin
09/08/2010 19:39:00
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No Simon Grayson on the list?
ChorleyVillan
09/08/2010 19:44:00
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I think Bradley would be an excellent choice. Young, keen, plays footy the right way. I'm voting for Maradona though. What about Martinez?
olofthegreat
09/08/2010 19:45:00
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I know its mental but what about someone like Marcelo Bielsa who manages Chile?He doesnt speak English so I dont know why Im suggesting him.I think we need someone who intends to be here in 10 years time and has a vision of how we will be playing in the future and will work on developing future teams in the acadamy.Too many clubs just appoint managers for the short term and meander around for years we are running the risk of doing that.
Pking
09/08/2010 19:51:00
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I would want Dunga, left Brazil and would be the best possible manager for Villa
__villa__
09/08/2010 20:06:00
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If only David Moyes was available.
coltrane
09/08/2010 20:10:00
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If lerner is not prepared to spend much money these days, then you could use a manager that can work miracles on a shoestring budget. Step forward David Moyes....
fifthcolumnblue
09/08/2010 20:15:00
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Pellegrini has got good pedigree & is without a job as far as I'm aware. Did great with Villareal & only just missed out on La Liga with Real Madrid last season. Has to be given time though. Not the panic button ownership spurs showed with Ramos. Gutted we just missed out on Mark Hughes. Would have been perfect for us by keeping the squad together and adding a few flair players
tebor1978
09/08/2010 20:20:00
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think it will be Bob Bradly - i would like to see Phil Scolari
Lost_In_Ca
09/08/2010 20:32:00
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