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Favourites for Notts County manager

After League Two side Notts County parted company with manager Kevin Nolan after a six-game winless run, we’ve taken a look at who are favourites for the job at Meadow Lane.

Nolan took charge of the Magpies in January 2017 and led them to the League Two playoffs last season.

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

 

5th) MICHAEL FLYNN

Michael Flynn is the current manager of fellow League Two side Newport County.

In March 2017, Flynn took over as caretaker manager of Newport for the remainder of the 2016/17 season with his side 11 points adrift at the bottom of League Two. Flynn led the team to survival, avoiding relegation with a win in the final match of the season and confirming the second ‘great escape’ in the club’s history. In May 2017 Flynn was appointed permanent team manager. Since then his team have knocked Leeds United out of the FA Cup and drew then lost to Tottenham. Flynn’s first full season in management Newport finished the 2017/18 season in 11th place in League Two.

Current odds on Sky Bet: 12/1

 

4th) JIMMY FLOYD HASSELBAINK

 

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Hasselbaink’s last club was Northampton on 2 April 2018 after a loss to Peterborough made it nine games without a win and had the Cobblers in the relegation zone with five games remaining of the 2017–18 season.

His previous clubs he’s managed are Queens Park Rangers, Burton Albion (won League Two promotion with in 2014/15) and Royal Antwerp.

Current odds on Sky Bet: 10/1

 

3rd) GARY BOWYER

 

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A popular choice with the fans to take over as the next manager for the Magpies.

He resigned as Blackpool manager earlier this month.

In the 2016/17 season, Bowyer guided Blackpool to an immediate return to League One in his first season in charge by winning the playoffs.

Current odds on Sky Bet: 6/1

 

Take a look at the top two favourites and other named linked on the next page.

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