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Who will be the next Everton manager odds?

Next Permanent Everton Manager Odds*TipOddsMauricio Pochettino5/2Brendan Rodgers4/1Graham Potter8/1Scott Parker10/1

Everton are set to announce former Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo as their new manager. Nuno, 47, will be formally offered the job this weekend and could be unveiled by Everton early next week, according to the Daily Mail's northern football correspondent, Dominic King.Jun 11, 2021

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Manchester United next manager odds: Ernesto Valverde (11/4 with Betfair) NEW CUSTOMER OFFER. Ralf Rangnick (10/3) Mauricio Pochettino (7/2) Michael Carrick (13/2) Rudi Garcia (12/1)

Frank Lampard was only appointed as manager of Everton on 31 January 2022, although it's been a tough few months for the former Derby and Chelsea boss. Next Permanent Everton Manager Odds*TipOdds (Click to bet)ClickDuncan Ferguson8/1William HillWayne Rooney25/1Bet VictorNiko Kovac25/1BetVictor

Rafael Benitez: Everton Set To Appoint Former Liverpool Manager As Carlo

Rafael Benitez: Everton set to appoint former Liverpool manager as Carlo Ancelotti's replacement. Rafael Benitez is set to be appointed as Everton's new manager next week after the former Liverpool boss agreed key aspects of his contract with the club.

Rafael Benitez: Everton Set To Appoint Former Liverpool Manager As Carlo

Everton will let Gylfi Sigurdsson go at the end of the season, Football Insider understands. The playmaker, who turned 32 last month, is out of contract next summer, which will be five years after he joined from Swansea City.

Former Everton director of football Marcel Brands is set for a new role with former club PSV Eindhoven. Brands, who turns 60 next month, will replace Toon Gerbrands as PSV's CEO/general manager when the 64-year-old steps down from his post this summer after eight years.Feb 14, 2022

“Everton Football Club can confirm the departure of Rafael Benitez as first team manager,” the club said in a statement. “Benitez, who joined Everton in June 2021, has left the club with immediate effect.

Burnley Vs Everton Television Details Confirmed As Key Premier League

Burnley vs Everton television details confirmed as key Premier League game picked for Sky Sports. Burnley's crunch Premier League clash with Everton next week will be screened live on Sky Sports after television details for the fixture were confirmed.

Burnley Vs Everton Television Details Confirmed As Key Premier League

But who is favourite to be Manchester United's next manager? Betfair have long-term favourite Mauricio Pochettino as the frontrunner at odds of 6/4. The Argentine has the support of Sir Alex Ferguson, who reportedly suggested Carlo Ancelotti (14/1) as a short-term solution if Poch snubs their approach.

Once you've found the 2022 Grand National odds and runners, the current odds will be next to each horse name. Simply click on the odds and your selection (plus odds) will be added to 'bet slip'. Then open this betslip and enter your preferred stake and bet type (win or each-way) – then confirm the bet.

Once you've found the 2023 Grand National odds and runners, the current odds will be next to each horse name. Simply click on the odds and your selection (plus odds) will be added to 'bet slip'. Then open this betslip and enter your preferred stake and bet type (win or each-way) – then confirm the bet.

View Everton Fixtures On TV In The UK

When is the next Everton game on TV? The next Everton game on TV is Leeds United v Everton on Tuesday 30th August 2022 in the Premier League and the match kicks off at 8:00pm.

View Everton Fixtures On TV In The UK

We appointed Nuno Espirito Santo as the new Everton manager.

UPDATE: 2:54pm BST - Everton have confirmed that Rafa Benitez has been sacked. Everton Football Club can confirm the departure of Rafael Benitez as first team manager. Looks like Benitez got even fewer words than Lucas Digne did. Everton Football Club can confirm the departure of Rafael Benitez as First Team manager.