Next Burnley Manager Betting Odds

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Next Burnley Manager Betting Odds

 

Update: 13.06.24

Burnley waved goodbye to manager Vincent Kompany when he decided to up sticks and move to Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich and the Clarets now have a vacancy they want filling.

 

Flying start

The 2024/25 Championship season is fast approaching and Burnley will be eager to get things off to a flying start in the second tier. The Clarets waved goodbye to popular manager Vincent Kompany last month and they suffered relegation from the Premier League in what was a hugely disappointing campaign, therefore the club will be desperate to appoint a manager who can send the side back into the top flight at the first time of asking.

Popular appointment

Many names have been in the frame since the departure of Kompany to Bayern Munich and foremost amongst these has been Scott Parker who isn’t a stranger to football on these shores having played 368 Premier League games and 94 in the second tier. He managed 160 matches during his spells at Bournemouth and Fulham and he would certainly be a popular appointment at Turf Moor.

Compensation fee

The leading UK bookmakers go a best price of 4/7 that Parker becomes the next manager of Burnley and given that he is without a job after being sacked from his most recent appointment as manager of Club Brugge, there wouldn’t be any compensation fee for Burnley to pay in order to bring him to the club.

Controversial

At a best price of 4/1, Liam Rosenior is second favourite to become next Burnley manager. Rosenior was controversially given the heave ho by Hull City at the end of last season, despite the fact that the club finished a creditable seventh in the Championship table, only just missing out on the play-offs by a mere three points.

 

Next Burnley Manager Best Odds

Odds correct as of Thursday, 13th June 2024

 

4/7  –  Scott Parker

4/1  –  Liam Rosenior

7/1  –  Frank Lampard

12/1 –  Craig Bellamy

14/1 –  Ruud Van Nistelrooy

 


 

Update: 11.06.24

Vacancy to fill

Having failed to lure either Julian Nagelsmann or Xabi Alonso to the Allianz Arena, Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich decided to appoint Vincent Kompany as their new manager, leaving newly-relegated Burnley with a vacancy to fill. The Clarets have dropped down into the Championship after finishing second bottom at the end of the 2023/24 Premier League campaign and favourite to take the reins and make a bid for immediate promotion is none other than Frank Lampard, the former Derby County and Chelsea boss still top of the betting despite his odds drifting from 10/11 to as high as 2/1 in recent days (as of Tuesday, 11th June).

 

Second season syndrome

Lampard took Derby County to the Championship play-off finals in 2019 and he steered Chelsea to a top four finish and an FA Cup final in 2019/20 before he was dismissed the following season following a poor start. He saved Everton from relegation in January 2022 before suffering second season syndrome again and leaving Goodison Park the following season.

 

Dramatic drop in form

The former Derby County, Chelsea and Everton boss has been out of work for twelve months, his most recent appointment being as caretaker boss at Stamford Bridge. Whilst there, he oversaw a dramatic drop in form and managed just a single win in eleven games, the worst of any Chelsea manager, caretaker or otherwise.

 

Van Nistelrooy

The odds on Ruud Van Nistelrooy taking the reins have been decisively slashed over the past five days, the Dutchman now second in the betting to take charge at Turf Moor at a best price of 3/1 (lowest odds 5/2), down from 12/1 just a few days ago. Nistelrooy has been linked with a move to several different clubs and the 47-year-old has put his name forward for consideration for the Burnley position.

 

Stiff competition

Lampard and Van Nistelrooy are neck and neck at the top of the betting market to be named as next Burnley manager, however they face stiff competition in the form of Craig Bellamy (6/1 best odds) who is acting as caretaker manager for the Clarets for the time being. Bellamy became a first team coach at Burnley in July 2022 under Kompany but he has no first team managerial experience under his belt as yet. Carlos Corberan and Marti Cifuentes are also 6/1 to take the reins at Turf Moor during the summer.

 

Next Burnley Manager Best Odds

(odds correct as of Tuesday, 11th June 2024)

 

2/1  –  Frank Lampard

3/1  –  Ruud Van Nistelrooy

6/1  –  Carlos Corberan

6/1  –  Craig Bellamy

6/1  –  Marti Cifuentes

 

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29.05.24

In line to take the reins

Bayern Munich are expected to confirm the appointment of Vincent Kompany as their new boss after the German giants failed to secure the signature of German coach Julian Nagelsmann and Bayer Leverkusen manager Xabi Alonso. When it became known that Kompany was in line to take the reins at the Allianz Arena, the list of favourites to succeed him at Turf Moor included Steve Cooper, William Still and David Moyes.

 

Out of work

Steve Cooper has been out of work since being sacked by Nottingham Forest in December and he is one of the favourites to be named as next Leicester City manager, the Foxes on the hunt for a new boss following the announcement that Enzo Maresca will take the reins at Chelsea. William Still left Reims with immediate effect at the end of last season and he is odds-on to be named as next Sunderland manager.

 

Without a position

Nevertheless, as things stand the favourite to take charge at Burnley is none other than Scott Parker at a best price of 5/2. Parker has been without a position since being dismissed by Club Brugge fourteen months ago after just twelve games in charge. He tasted success at Fulham when he lifted the West London outfit back into the top-flight via the Championship play-offs in 2020.