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Who Next For Sunderland Boss? Check The Odds

Who Next For Sunderland Boss? Check The Odds

Following the departure of Roy Keane, the bookies have been hard at work looking at who could possibly be the next on the list to take over at the Stadium of Light.

For all the odds and more, go to: Oddschecker >> Click Here where you'll find all the bookies odds listed which makes picking out the best odds so much easier!

Favourite at the moment is Big Sam Allardyce, formerly of Bolton Wanderers, who hasn't worked since his short reign at ... you know where.

Next up is Alan Curbishley at 11/2 and Phil Brown of Hull at 9/2.

David O'Leary is 8/1 and Gordon Strachan gets odds of 12/1.

One of the outsiders for the job is striker Dwight Yorke at 25/1

It will be interesting to see how these odds go up and down over the next few days as people rule themselves both in and out. Keep an eye on Oddschecker for the latest movements.



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

Writer:Site Staff
Date:Thursday December 4 2008
Time: 3:29PM

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The best of that shortlist is Gordon Strachan by a mile but I cannnot think what you could offer him to move from Glasgow. Curbishley is lightweight in comparison, while Allardyce carries all the baggage from the barcodes adventure. Big Sam has something to prove though and could change your season without spending a fortune -- which you don't have.
Sindbad
04/12/2008 23:26:00
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it will most likely be big Sam........from all the jobs he is being said to be getting at the moment, I think yours is the one he will take....
lincolnblue
08/12/2008 09:52:00
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