Former Watford boss Rob Edwards is the early favourite in the next Middlesbrough manager odds market as Boro seek a swift replacement for Chris Wilder.
After 11 months in charge, Chris Wilder has been sacked by Middlesbrough. He leaves the Teesside club 22nd in the Championship on just 10 points, having recorded two wins from 11 matches. Who do the bookmakers have as the favourites to replace him?
The current favourite for the role is former Watford and Forest Green manager Rob Edwards (best price 3/2). Sacked by Watford on the 26th of September, it looks like the 39-year-old might not be out of a job for long, as the Middlesbrough hierarchy view him as a strong favourite for the role.
A name linked with many jobs this season is former Burnley manager Sean Dyche. Dyche was dismissed by Burnley in April and has taken time away from the game but can be found at the best price of 8/1 to take over at Middlesbrough.
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39-year-old Carlos Corberan can be found at the best price of 9/1 and is next on the list. The former Huddersfield manager has experience in charge in the Championship having taken Huddersfield to the playoff finals last year, but will the Spaniard be interested in taking the job considering where they are in the table?
The former Fulham and Bournemouth manager, Scott Parker (16/1) certainly has a lot of experience in charge in the Championship having taken both aforementioned sides to the Premier League, but will the 41-year-old be keen on a Championship return or will he wait for a Premier League club to come calling?
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