The odds have been slashed on Alan Pardew being the Next Premier League Manager To Go.

West Brom are in disarray and earlier this week took the unusual move(s) of sacking the Chairman and Chief Executive.

It is usually the manager who gets the bullet and when you are rock bottom with 11 games to go and seven points from safety, something desperate appears to be needed.

Alan Pardew has won only one Premier League game out of the 13 games and three months he has had at The Hawthorns. It appears to be the fact that they have already changed the manager once already this season that appears to be keeping Pardew in place up to now.

However, today saw the story break of alleged complete indiscipline on their warm weather break in Barcelona, media claims of four of Alan Pardew’s senior players having stolen a taxi on a night out, when there was said to be a curfew.

Alan Pardew now 4/1 third favourite to be the Next Premier League Manager to go.

Interestingly, West Brom tomorrow face the club whose manager is second favourite in the betting.

Mauricio Pellegrino is currently 7/4 after a disastrous season so far leaves them third bottom of the Premier League.

Whoever loses Saturday’s FA Cup fifth round tie is bound to see the pressure increase and the odds shorten.

Chelsea continues to be a club who always seem to be heading towards a change of manager no matter how many trophies they win.

Antonio Conte led Chelsea to the PL title last season and has them top four at the minute, only three points off second top. On top of that, Chelsea are in the last 16 of the Champions League, last 16 of the FA Cup, as well as having reached the League Cup semi-finals.

Despite this, Antonio Conte is even money favourite to be the first to go.

As for Rafa Benitez, he comes in as fourth favourite, although there is now considerable distance between him and Alan Pardew now.

The Newcastle boss now 20/1 to be the next to leave, Sunday’s win over Manchester United doing no harm.

(***Saturday update – Alan Pardew now 1/1 favourite to be next to go)

The Next Premier League Manager To Go Betting:

1/1 Antonio Conte

7/4 Mauricio Pelligrino

4/1 Alan Pardew

20/1 Rafa Benitez

25/1 Sam Allardyce

25/1 David Wagner

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  • Paul Patterson

    What price Wenger?

    • Peaky Magpie

      One way or the other the end must be coming for Arsene….then the poor little Gunners fans WILL have something to moan about…

      • Geordiegiants

        They are unreal those mob. I wish our manager was that poor he only won FA cups.

  • robbersdog

    I doubt that any Premier League managers will be leaving their jobs between now and the end of the season.

    • TheNutJob

      Pards with a bit of luck

      • robbersdog

        Having been paid £5m leave Crystal Palace, Pardew could be getting another big chunk of cash from West Brom. Being rubbish at your job is very lucrative in the Premier League.

        • Geordiegiants

          Probably more than being mediocre.

    • Paul Patterson

      I think one will go in a desperate attempt to stay in the league. Southampton for me..

  • Wor Lass

    I wonder if those senior W Brom players drove back to the hotel shouting, “Taxi for Pardew!”?

    • TheNutJob

      😂😂😂

    • Geordiegiants

      I wouldn’t make a joke of the taxi situation, the snowflake brigade will be on your back.

  • Paul Smith

    So many managers that were managing bottom half teams have already been sacked this season. Benitez is 1 of the new in the bottom 10 who started the season and is still there and it’s pretty rare for someone to get sacked in less than half a season. Pardew has accomplished something exceptional to find his job under threat after 3 months.

    • Peaky Magpie

      He accomplished something exceptional by appointing Geordie John as his number two !😁😳

      • Desree

        I wonder if they get Carver to do his dressing room ultimatum routine? If you aren’t up for the challenge leave, as Steve stone holds the door open and gestures. Nobody left so I know all the players are up for it.

  • Monkseaton Magpies

    Rafa would have gone by now and he will stay next season. Just hope all the negative supporters on here give it a rest.

    • Lakeland Mag

      The only way Rafa will still be here next season is if a) Ashley has gone, or b) he is allowed to strengthen the squad to a respectably competitive premiership level so we’re not staring at yet another relegation battle from day one (assuming we’re still in the top flight of course). There’s no way he will put up with another Ashley style joke transfer window in the summer., nor should he, in my opinion.