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" Latest odds on Premier League strugglers' new boss "

Thu Dec 29, 2016 11:18 am

Ryan Giggs favourite again for their job. A big movement on Paul Clement. Wales manager, Chris Coleman, has seen his odds drift.

The Jacks hope to appoint their new manager by Monday.

Latest odds on Swansea City's new manager:

Ryan Giggs 5/2
Paul Clement 3/1
Chris Coleman 7/2
Gary Rowett 9/2
Harry Redknapp 5/1
Alan Pardew 10/1
Roy Hodgson 14/1
Jaap Stam 18/1
Frank De Boer 25/1
Jurgen Klinsmann 25/1
Roberto Martinez 25/1
Alan Curtis 25/1

Re: " Latest odds on Premier League strugglers' new boss "

Thu Dec 29, 2016 12:22 pm

Redknapp worth a punt???

Re: " Latest odds on Premier League strugglers' new boss "

Thu Dec 29, 2016 12:39 pm

Is woy in a job at the moment?

Re: " Latest odds on Premier League strugglers' new boss "

Thu Dec 29, 2016 12:50 pm

BEEP AHM wrote:Redknapp worth a punt???





This would seem the logical choice from what is out there but I think it'll go to Giggs after the Americans overlooked him for Bob Cat Bob last time out and he (Giggs) has already been interviewed again, according to sources close to the club

Good choice, if you're a Cardiff City fan :laughing6:

For 'Ryan Giggs the Premier League Manager' read 'Ole Gunnar Solskjaer the Premier League Manager' ;)

Re: " Latest odds on Premier League strugglers' new boss "

Thu Dec 29, 2016 2:09 pm

Sven wrote:
BEEP AHM wrote:Redknapp worth a punt???





This would seem the logical choice from what is out there but I think it'll go to Giggs after the Americans overlooked him for Bob Cat Bob last time out and he (Giggs) has already been interviewed again, according to sources close to the club

Good choice, if you're a Cardiff City fan :laughing6:

For 'Ryan Giggs the Premier League Manager' read 'Ole Gunnar Solskjaer the Premier League Manager' ;)


he is not the man for this situation that is defo :wave:

Re: " Latest odds on Premier League strugglers' new boss "

Thu Dec 29, 2016 3:17 pm

BEEP AHM wrote:
Sven wrote:
BEEP AHM wrote:Redknapp worth a punt???





This would seem the logical choice from what is out there but I think it'll go to Giggs after the Americans overlooked him for Bob Cat Bob last time out and he (Giggs) has already been interviewed again, according to sources close to the club

Good choice, if you're a Cardiff City fan :laughing6:

For 'Ryan Giggs the Premier League Manager' read 'Ole Gunnar Solskjaer the Premier League Manager' ;)


he is not the man for this situation that is defo :wave:




Indeed he is not :thumbup:

Alan Curtis effectively alluded to that on Sky Sports a little earlier...

Quote (Curtis): "We need an experienced leader who can motivate a squad short on confidence tat the moment"

Makes Giggs the outstanding choice; from a Cardiff City fan's point of view, of course! :wave: :laughing6:

Re: " Latest odds on Premier League strugglers' new boss "

Thu Dec 29, 2016 3:47 pm

Paul Clement now favourite.

Re: " Latest odds on Premier League strugglers' new boss "

Thu Dec 29, 2016 4:19 pm

The last Cardiff born Manager who we turned down didn't do to bad for the Jacks?

Re: " Latest odds on Premier League strugglers' new boss "

Thu Dec 29, 2016 4:40 pm

BEEP AHM wrote:
Sven wrote:
BEEP AHM wrote:Redknapp worth a punt???





This would seem the logical choice from what is out there but I think it'll go to Giggs after the Americans overlooked him for Bob Cat Bob last time out and he (Giggs) has already been interviewed again, according to sources close to the club

Good choice, if you're a Cardiff City fan :laughing6:

For 'Ryan Giggs the Premier League Manager' read 'Ole Gunnar Solskjaer the Premier League Manager' ;)


he is not the man for this situation that is defo :wave:


If he is genuinely under consideration, I am amazed that they haven't learnt from our mistakes appointing a new Premier League manager and this EXACT same point in the season...

Re: " Latest odds on Premier League strugglers' new boss "

Thu Dec 29, 2016 5:53 pm

My guess would be that Coleman would find it very difficult to turn down.

But who would Wales turn to then?

Re: " Latest odds on Premier League strugglers' new boss "

Thu Dec 29, 2016 5:54 pm

worcester_ccfc wrote:My guess would be that Coleman would find it very difficult to turn down.

But who would Wales turn to then?




Giggs! (IMHO) ;)

Re: " Latest odds on Premier League strugglers' new boss "

Thu Dec 29, 2016 8:07 pm

Sven wrote:
worcester_ccfc wrote:My guess would be that Coleman would find it very difficult to turn down.

But who would Wales turn to then?




Giggs! (IMHO) ;)


If it was then id never watch Wales again after the way he treated his country

Re: " Latest odds on Premier League strugglers' new boss "

Thu Dec 29, 2016 8:08 pm

Sven wrote:
worcester_ccfc wrote:My guess would be that Coleman would find it very difficult to turn down.

But who would Wales turn to then?




Giggs! (IMHO) ;)


Pulis would be the sensible choice.

Re: " Latest odds on Premier League strugglers' new boss "

Thu Dec 29, 2016 9:40 pm

He wouldn't reduce his salary from 3m to 300k to manage Wales,it would be Giggs,was 1st choice before Coleman?

Re: " Latest odds on Premier League strugglers' new boss "

Thu Dec 29, 2016 10:08 pm

Swansea City have ruled Ryan Giggs out of the running to take over as manager of the Premier League club, sources confirmed to ESPN FC on Thursday.

Giggs, the Manchester United legend and former assistant manager at Old Trafford, was the early favourite to succeed Bob Bradley, who was dismissed this week after only 11 games in charge.

However, as earlier reported by BBC Sport, Swansea are not considering Giggs as Bradley's successor, with the focus switched to other targets.

A source close to Giggs said the 43-year-old "was unconvinced by the prospect of the job and did not pursue the chance to stake his claim to succeed Bradley."

The remaining candidates include Wales manager Chris Coleman, Bayern Munich assistant Paul Clement and Gary Rowett, who was sacked by Birmingham City earlier this month.

Swansea are also "aware" of Harry Redknapp's interest in the job, a source said, after the former Tottenham boss called the position "an interesting challenge."
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