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Favourites for Fulham manager come first game of 2019/20 season

After Claudio Ranieri was sacked by Fulham, making it the second managerial departure for the Premier League strugglers this season, we’ve taken a look at who are favourites for the job at Craven Cottage.

Scott Parker will now be taking caretaker charge of the London club (until the end of the season) who are 10 points from safety with 10 games left.

Take a look at who are the top six favourites below and on the next page.



Sam Allardyce has only managed England on an international level, however left his job after one game due to the 2016 Daily Telegraph investigation.

His other managerial jobs includes Limerick (player-manager, won League of Ireland First Division 1991/92), Preston (caretaker), Blackpool, Notts County (won Third Division 1997/98), Bolton (won First Division playoffs 2001), Newcastle, Blackburn, West Ham (won Championship playoffs 2012), Sunderland, Crystal Palace and most recently Everton.

He tends to have his say on being linked with manager jobs in the past, so it will be interesting to see whether he’ll be on a radio show or talking with Sky Sports over the next few weeks.

Current odds on BetVictor: 8/1



David Moyes was most recently manager of West Ham United, he came in mid-season and kept them up with two games left.

He hasn’t got the best record recently, having a 29% win ration at the Hammers and won eight games out of 43 with Sunderland.

He’s also managed Preston, Everton, Manchester United and Real Sociedad.

Current odds on BetVictor: 8/1



Most recently sacked by mid-table Leicester City following a 4–1 defeat at home to Crystal Palace the previous day.

He first took charge of the Foxes in 2017, won 2-0 against Everton first game, but ended up picking up only three wins from 14 league games, which then led to Puel being accused of negative football.

He blocked Riyad Mahrez’s transfer to Manchester City on deadline day which saw player go absent from training for ten days.

Having joined Leicester when they were in 18th place, Puel guided the club up the table to finish in 9th.

Thee season finished and he was speculated to be leaving the club, though he continued as manager.

He’s also managed Monaco, Lille, Lyon, Nice and Southampton, picking up an average win percentage of 42.4, that’s including with Leicester too.

Current odds on BetVictor: 8/1


Take a look at the top three favourites on the next page.


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