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Ipswich next permanent manager odds

Ipswich next permanent manager odds

Ipswich next permanent manager odds

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There has been an increase in pressure on manager Mic McCarthy who saved Ipswich Town from relegation and guided them to the playoffs followed before experiencing a sharp decline in the team's performance ever since.

The former Sunderland and Wolves manager was appointed as Ipswich manager on November 2, 2012. He was appointed to manage a team that was 5 points adrift of safety with the aim of reviving the team's premier league dream.

The manager has been criticized heavily by the fans even though he had to work on one of the slimmest budgets in the Championship. They condemned his team selection and tactics. The club is owned by a multimillionaire businessman called Marcus Evans. He is also aware of the fan's frustration due to poor results and lack of entertainment but he is not likely to give a Knee-jerk response.

Marcus Evans has shown great loyalty to the previous club managers Roy Keane and Paul Jewell. Ipswich town has a tradition and this will limit Evans reaction to the fan's complaints. The fans tend to ask for replacement of every manager after a slight downfall. The only time he will be forced to act is when the manager's relationship with the majority of the fans is completely broken down.

Even after he discovers this, he won't act immediately until he sees a perfect replacement. There is no clear decision on whether Evans will be sacking McCarthy or if he will still give the veteran manager some time to turn things around.

As Mick McCarthy moves closer to the exit door, who will be the next manager of Ipswich town? Mick McCarthy has also shown interest in Republic of Ireland job. He told the press "I'm not ruling myself out and it might be that I just want to be asked so I can say yes. It might be that I'd just like to be asked to say no".

Ipswich fans have already started predicting the replacement of the charismatic manager. Nigel Clough is one of the famous choices. Niguel Clough was thought to be aiming Sheffield United job but his decision was altered due to settlement problem with his former employees in Derby County. Niguel is a family man and there is uncertainty that the pull of Ipswich town will be enough to force him to break the mold.

Terry Butcher is another possible replacement with his experience as a crew that helped Ipswich Town to lift the UEFA Cup under Bobby Robson. Butcher is a renowned and passionate manager with great achievements with Inverness in the Scottish League. He was part of a 4 man shortlist for PFA Scotland Manager of the year. He led Inverness to an amazing top 6 finish. The man who lifted the UEFA Cup with Ipswich might find it difficult to resist the job of leading the team back to the Premier League.

Tony Mowbray is another potential manager that has already had a caretaker role at Ipswich. This was his first stint in management. He was a much-respected manager until his most recent Middleborough stint which left question marks over his head. He had a great time at Hibs and WBA and is still regarded in these clubs.

What is your take on the recent happenings at Ipswich? Do you still support Mick for the job? Who do you think should replace him?