Nottingham Wooded discipline next manager odds: Martin O’Neill ODDS ON to be triumphant Aitor Karanka – Belfast Telegraph

Martin O’Neill has been installed because the recent odds-on favourite to change into the recent Nottingham Wooded discipline manager.

The club are on the scrutinize-out for their next boss after Aitor Karanka used to be allowed to creep away the club, which confirmed on Friday morning that the Spaniard had requested his delivery fair appropriate a year after taking payment. Simon Eire is taking payment of the team till next manager is appointed.

Wooded discipline are serene in with a staunch chance of promotion to the Premiership, buoyed by their recent favor over desk-topping Leeds United and sitting seventh within the desk.

And broken-down Republic of Eire boss O’Neill favourite among these expected to be within the operating to manual that force in direction of the Premier League, having overtaken ex-Fulham chief Slavisa Jokanovic within the bookies’ stakes.

O’Neill is out of work after leaving his position with RoI in November. The sixty six-year-gentle, pointless to direct, played for Wooded discipline between 1971 and Eighty one, successful the league title and two European Cups under Brian Clough.

The involvement of broken-down Wooded discipline midfielder Roy Keane in O’Neill’s position-up at the City Ground may perhaps perchance well perchance toughen his hand. Keane, pointless to direct, used to be the Kilrea man’s amount two at RoI and is one other Wooded discipline golden boy. Keane played for the club between 1990 and 1993, sooner than racy on to Manchester United.

Legendary broken-down Wooded discipline manager Brian Clough’s son Nigel, currently accountable for Burton Albion, is rated as 12/1 to land the job.

Listed below are the percentages (by Paddy Energy):

Martin O’Neill four/6

Slavisa Jokanovic 13/8

Carlos Carvalhal 7/1

Leonardo Jardim 15/2

Nigel Clough 14/1

Gary Rowett 20/1

Trace Hughes 25/1

David Moyes 25/1

Roy Keane 25/1

Chris Wilder 33/1

Derek McInnes 33/1

Alan Pardew 33/1

Sam Allardyce 33/1

Garry Monk 33/1

Harry Redknapp 50/1

Jose Mourinho 100/1

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