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Next Huddersfield Town Manager Odds - August 2019

Next Huddersfield Town Manager Odds – The Main Contenders

Huddersfield Town didn’t wait long to sack their manager Jan Siewert this season, and now the search is on for a new manager. After a disastrous run of results and a terrible start to this season, the new manager needs to act quickly.

The final straw was a defeat to Fulham in the Championship last weekend, which quickly followed an embarrassing defeat to Lincoln City in the League Cup a few days earlier. That signalled the end of Siewart after less than seven months in charge.

Now, Huddersfield Town are searching for a new manager and we’ve checked out the latest betting odds with William Hill.

 

Huddersfield Town Next Manager Betting Odds

Huddersfield-next-manager-odds Next Huddersfield Town Manager Odds - The Main Contenders

 

Huddersfield Next Manager – The Contenders

With soma familiar names on the list, we take a look at a few of the men at the top of the betting odds for the Huddersfield managers position. Aitor Karanka was as short as 8/1 with some firms but William Hill make him a 25/1 shot now and the likes of John Terry and Gus Poyet look unlikely to get the job.

 

Mark Hudson – 6/4

The current favourite is Huddersfield Under 23 boss Mark Hudson. He is a former Town player and that might stand him in a good position to take the managerial position at the John Smith’s Stadium. His lack of experience managing senior sides would be a concern to the Huddersfield board though, especially after their former boss flopped after having no English league experience.

 

Chris Hughton – 2/1

A much better fit to the role might be former Brighton boss Chris Hughton – but it remains to be seen if he would be keen on a return to management in the Championship. He took Brighton up the Premier League and did a fantastic job on the south coast for the most part before losing his job after Brighton narrowly survived in the Premier League last season.

 

Nigel Adkins – 4/1

After his surprise departure from Hull City in the summer, Adkins is in the market again and this could be a good fit for the former Southampton boss. He guided Hull to a midtable finish in the Championship last season and his experience of this league would be welcomed at the John Smith’s Stadium. He was around the 10/1 mark when the new Huddersfield manager odds market first went up, but is now around 4/1.

 

Sol Campbell – 8/1

After his departure from Macclesfield Town by mutual consent last week, Sol Campbell is an interesting name linked with the Huddersfield manager job. He worked a miracle to keep his former side in the Football League but his lack of experience would mean Huddersfield are taking yet another gamble with their choice of manager.

 

Gary Rowett – 10/1

A man with vast experience of the Sky Bet Championship is Gary Rowett. He’s previously managed Stoke City, Birmingham and Derby County and would be a good fit to this role. His stint at Stoke only lasted a few months after he was sacked in January but that might not be enough to put Huddersfield off appointing him. At 10/1, he looks a lively outsider to be the next Huddersfield manager.

 

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