Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is now ODDS-ON to be the next Premier League manager to be fired following Liverpool’s humiliation, with Spurs boss Nuno Espirito Santo under pressure 12/1 to go after the defeat of the West Ham
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been instilled as a bookmaker favorite to be the next Premier League manager to be fired after his embarrassing 5-0 loss to Liverpool on Sunday.
Scrutiny on the Red Devils manager has intensified in recent weeks and the pressure has mounted further after the club’s total humiliation at the hands of rivals.
Solskjaer has moved to the 1/6 favorite to receive his marching orders below Betfair.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is the bookmaker favorite to be the next senior boss to be fired
His Manchester United team was totally wiped out by Liverpool on Sunday at Old Trafford
ODDS THAT THE NEXT PL MANAGER WILL BE DRAWN
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer 1/6
Daniel Farke 1/7
Claudio Ranieri 1/8
Dean Smith 1/11
Nuno Espirito Santo 12/1
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United drew 1-1 with Everton earlier in the month and were then beaten 4-2 by Leicester last weekend.
Solskjaer’s side then found themselves trailing 2-0 at halftime to Atalanta in the Champions League group clash at midweek, although they turned around and won 3-2 in the second half.
But United were wiped out by Jurgen Klopp’s team at home on Sunday to increase the pressure on Solskjaer.
Former United defender Gary Neville insisted his former club should not fire Solskjaer and his coaching staff after the 5-0 beating.
Speaking on Sky Sports after United were dismantled by arch rivals, Graeme Souness and Jamie Carragher stopped short of calling for the Norwegian to lose his job, but insisted that he should surround himself with better coaches.
Neville urged the Red Devils to resist wholesale trade requests and insisted that United’s main problems were on the field and not off it.
‘On the field, it is not good enough. I was a coach for four months and I had a really bad time and this will put enormous pressure on him, ” he said.
Gary Neville insisted his former club should not fire Solskjaer despite a 5-0 loss to rivals Liverpool.
‘The last thing he would do is light his cane? Are we laying off your staff? If dirt hits the fan, everyone kicks a bit. ”
Norwich coach Daniel Farke is the second-favorite Premier League manager who has yet to win the league in nine games after his 7-0 defeat of Chelsea on Saturday.
Watford boss Claudio Ranieri, who just took over at Vicarage Road, is priced at 8/1 to go, with Aston Villa boss Dean Smith on 11/1.
Meanwhile, Tottenham’s under pressure manager Nuno Espirito Santo is further away with 12/1 odds to be relieved of duty despite losing to London rivals West Ham 1-0 on Sunday, just days after being defeated by the Dutch Vitesse minnows in Europe. Lecture League.
Under pressure, Tottenham manager Nuno Espirito Santo is further away with a 12/1 chance to leave