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Sunday, 05 October 2008

Juande Ramos now odds on for the sack

The desperate Spurs start to the season continues and it can be no consolation that Hull's win at White Hart Lane comes just a week after its win at The Emirates.  According to William Hill Ramos is now odds-on to leave this season (1/2), and short favourite to be the next Premier League manager to leave (11/10).

NEXT MANAGER TO GO
11/10 Ramos (Tottenham)
5/1 Moyes (Everton)
6/1 Megson (Bolton)
12/1 Redknapp (Portsmouth)
14/1 Keane (Sunderland), Hughes (Man City), Bruce (Wigan), Ince (Blackburn), Pulis(Stoke), Hodgson (Fulham), New Newcastle Manager
20/1 No further managerial casualties

Spurs are currently only four points from safety having played a game more than 17th placed Fulham, so they are hardly adrift but for everyone's price of mind that first win can't come too soon.  And as to the relegation odds, Spurs are now 7th favourite with Hills for the drop

WHEN WILL SPURS FIRST WIN IN THE PREM?
Stoke (a)11/8
Bolton (h)2/1
Arsenal (a)18/1
Liverpool (h)8/1
Man City (a)14/1
None Of These5/1

TO BE RELEGATED
10/1 West Ham, Blackburn
9/1 Sunderland
13/2 Wigan
5/1 Spurs
11/4 Fulham
9/4 Newcastle
7/4 Bolton
6/4 West Brom
11/10 Hull
1/4 Stoke

COMMENTS

GunnerFishing

Bye Bye Tottenham Bye Bye Tottenham Bye Bye Tottenham Bye Bye. Better than winning the champions league You go down. Ha Ha Ha. Sunderland draw pissed me off but you girls made it all better. I will miss you next year and subsequent years until you get back up but as the great Paul Daniels would say, NOT ALOT. Byeeeee Sorry its a bit early but I do hope.

Peter London

That list of managers is not absolute, but relative. So this one can be placed at these odds, and that one at those odds, yet neither need be sacked or resign. Rather like you can have betting odds of George Bush having a sex change, and of the Queen doing a stand-up routine at the Royal Variety Show — you'd get fantastic odds on both yet would you put money on one over the other?

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