Bob Bradley was sacked by the Swansea overlords last night, after just 11 games at the helm. The American had long been linked with a move the premier league and took over the Welsh club 85 days ago.
During his 11 games in charge he manged the Swansea to two victories, two draws with 7 games ending in defeat. The 4-1 Boxing Day loss, at home, to West Ham was the final straw for the Swansea board with Bradley receiving his marching orders the next day.
Now attention turns to who will be next in the Swansea hot seat. Reports have suggested the owners would prefer to opt for an out of work manager, presumably to avoid paying hefty compensation and to allow the new man an immediate start.
Despite those reports, it is former Swansea player and current Wales manager, Chris Coleman who heads up the market at 11/10. He last managed in the Premier League in x and has been wales manger since y.
Gary Rowett, a promising young manager who was surprisingly sacked by Birmingham last month, is next in the betting at 7/4. Brum fans were left perplexed by his sacking and Rowett is believed to be keen on a return to management.
Alan Pardew is 9/1 to make an instant Premier League return, having only been sacked five days ago by Crystal Palace.
Chris Coleman 11/10
Gary Rowett 7/4
Harry Redknapp 7/1
Alan Pardew 9/1
Roy Hodgson 11/1
Ryan Giggs 11/1