Next Sheffield Wednesday Manager Odds: Who next for the hot-seat?
Sheffield Wednesday Odds
Championship strugglers Sheffield Wednesday are hunting for a new manager following the sacking of Tony Pulis and many names are in the frame, therefore now is a great time to claim some great Sheffield Wednesday odds and free bets as they look to haul themselves clear of the relegation zone.
Next Sheffield Wednesday Manager
Having been sacked by Fleetwood Town earlier this week, Joey Barton has been installed as favourite to take the reins at Championship strugglers Sheffield Wednesday following the dismissal of Tony Pulis. Barton was sacked by the Lancashire club following a dressing room bust-up with Ched Evans in the wake of a 1-0 defeat to Swindon Town.
Barton had been at Fleetwood Town for two and a half years and he left the club sitting in tenth position in the League One table with just three points separating them from the top six. Following the sacking by Fleetwood, some bookies immediately installed Barton as favourite to take over at Sheffield Wednesday at odds of 6/4. Former favourite Gus Poyet has drifted out to as much as 16/1 to take charge at Hillsborough.
The Owls have hauled themselves out of the bottom three in the Championship table and boosted their chances of survival in the second tier thanks to back-to-back wins over Middlesbrough (2-1) and Derby County (1-0) in their last two outings. Indeed the South Yorkshire outfit have won three and drawn one of their last four league games although there is little room for complacency as yet.
6/4 – Joey Barton
3/1 – Paul Cook
4/1 – Neil Thompson
16/1 – Gus Poyet
20/1 – Thorsten Fink
- Tony Pulis was sacked by Sheffield Wednesday after just 45 days in charge
- Gus Poyet and Thorsten Fink are favourites to take the reins
- The Owls sit just one point above the foot of the Championship table
Gus Poyet is firm favourite to take the reins at Sheffield Wednesday following the recent dismissal of Tony Pulis. Former Vissel Kobe boss Thorsten Fink also sits well up in the betting market at odds of 9/4.
After just 45 days in charge, Championship side Sheffield Wednesday sacked Tony Pulis from his position as manager. Indeed after taking over from Garry Monk in early November, he managed for a mere ten games with just a single win managed during that time.
Following Pulis’ dismissal, the bookies installed Jose Morais as favourite to take over at Hillsborough although his odds have since drifted substantially with most firms going 8/1 on him being appointed in the position.
Sheffield Wednesday have looked very much out of their depth this season and they sit third-from-bottom in the Championship table with just a single point separating them from bottom side Wycombe Wanderers. As things stand the Owls are third favourites to drop down into League One at the end of the season with some firms going odds-on.
11/10 – Gus Poyet
9/4 – Thorsten Fink
8/1 – Jose Morais
10/1 – Ben Olsen
10/1 – Neil Thompson
12/1 – Paco Jemez
12/1 – Paul Cook
14/1 – Nigel Pearson
20/1 – Danny Cowley
25/1 – Michael Appleton
25/1 – Grant McCann