Bob Bradley lead Premier League Sack Race
Bob Bradley is the bookmaker favourite to win Sack Race after Swansea City battered 5-0 at White Hart Lane.
It’s been a difficult start for Bob Bradley since taking charge of the Swans and perhaps the club’s American owners might already be regretting their choice of replacement for Francesco Guidolin.
Swansea were thumped 5-0 at White Hart Lane on Saturday, with City being on the receiving end of an unjust penalty call before collapsing in a heap as Tottenham ran the Welsh club ragged.
It means that the Swans sit bottom of the Premier League and Bradley is now 2.38 on William Hill ’s Sack Race market, with his team propping up the rest of the Premier League sides as we approach a busy festive schedule.
Swansea face Sunderland next and they will hope to channel the sort of spirit that saw the team claim a 5-4 win over Crystal Palace although in truth that was a game that could have gone either way.
Slaven Bilic is a big market mover in the Sack Race betting and the West Ham manager is now at odds of 3.00 to be axed next, with the Croatian admitting that there is an issue with the players at the London Stadium.
Bilic has been quite outspoken about the lack of intensity shown on the training pitch although it appears that the club’s owners are prepared to give their manager a little while longer to get things right.
lan Pardew is a 4.33 chance with BetVictor and it appears that he dodged a bullet after Crystal Palace’s 3-0 win over Southampton, with the Eagles now looking to build on that result by triumphing at Hull.
Mike Phelan is 8.00 although it looks unlikely that Hull will dispense with their manager given how difficult a set of circumstances there have been at the KCom Stadium.
David Moyes is now out to 17.00 with the Sunderland manager having enjoyed three wins in four matches at the Stadium of Light, to turn around a desperate situation and the Scot now looks safe as houses.
At a bigger price, Ronald Koeman can be backed at 41.00 and the Dutchman is really struggling to build on the relative success of predecessor Roberto Martinez. Perhaps he might not last as long as the odds suggest.
Claudio Ranieri is also feeling the pinch although the Leicester City manager achieved such miraculous things with the Foxes last term that he’ll surely be given a period of grace even if his side have fallen away massively compared to last term.