Former Middlesbrough coach Tony Mowbray 5/2 to be next Bolton manager
Market: Tony Mowbray to be next Bolton manager
Odds: 5/2 @ William Hill
Manager Tony Mowbray is being tipped to be appointed the next Bolton manager following the departure of Dougie Freedman. Former Burnley manager Phil Brown, currently of Southend United, has been linked to the vacancy. Ex-Cardiff City head coach Malky Mackay is also among the favourites.
Bookies’ favourite Mowbray’s last job was with Championship side Middlesbrough, but a poor start in 2013/14 saw him leaving the North-East club just 12 games into the new season. The 50-year-old has also been in charge of Championship club Ipswich Town (2002), Scottish Premier League Hibernian (2004-2006), Premier League outfit West Bromwich Albion (2006-2009) and Scottish Premier League champions Celtic.
William Hill are giving odds of 5/2 for Tony Mowbray to be named the next Bolton Wanderers manager, with the Trotters in desperate need of stability. The 24th-placed side have lost eight of their 11 games, conceding the second-most goals in the division.
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