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Middlesbrough next manager odds

Middlesbrough next manager odds

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Next Manager of Middlesbrough

Middlesbrough was relegated from the Premier League after they finished 19th on the 2016/17 season. The club decided to hire Garry Monk before the 2017/18 season started. The club gave Monk the resources and financial backup to get back into the Premier League immediately. But Monk was sacked on December as the club struggled on the table at 9th position. He was replaced by Tony Pulis three days later. After taking the job, Pulis did a good job and earned Middlesbrough a playoff spot. He couldn't get the club to promotion but he remained as their manager for the 2018/19 season.

The new season has started off fantastic for Middlesbrough. Tony Pulis has been doing a great job with the team and the table is the proof of that. After six gameweeks, Middlesbrough is at the 2nd position with the same points as Leeds United who are in the 1st place. But the club is desperate for promotion, so if Tony Pulis fails to deliver, then he could get sacked at the end or at the middle of the season. If that happens, the managers who could replace him are-

Nigel Pearson:
Current Team: OH Leuven

Nigel Pearson joined as the manager of Belgian First Division B club OH Leuven on September 2017 after he saw the managerial role of Middlesbrough go to Garry Monk in June 2017. He is an experienced manager who managed Southampton, Leicester City, Hull City, Derby County in his managerial career. With his experience in England, he will be glad to come back and manage another English side. Nigel was also one of the favorites to replace Garry Monk on December 2017 but it was given to Tony Pulis instead. If the club sacks Pulis, then Nigel could finally take over his former club.

Slaven Bilic:
Previous Club: West Ham United

Slaven Bilic was appointed as the West Ham manager in June 2015. He broke the club records for the highest point in the first season and finished the season at 7th on the table which was very praiseworthy. He remained as the West Ham boss until he was sacked on November 2017 after a series of poor results. Bilic is a good manager who analyses his opponents very well and he could be a good replacement for Tony Pulis if the board decides to let him go.

Martin O'Neill
Current Team: Republic Of Ireland

Martin O'Neill has been the head coach of Republic of Ireland since 2013. But he managed Sunderland and Aston Villa before that. He could be interested to come back to manage another Premier League side. He signed a two-year contract with the Republic of Ireland in January 2018 but it is possible that he decides to join Middlesbrough as the manager if the offer comes.