Next Leicester City Manager Betting Odds And History

Leicester has been the success story of the last decade winning the EPL in 2015/2016. In a fairytale season, they finished 10 points clear of their nearest rivals. Since dispensing with Claudio Ranieri who was the manager when they won the EPL they have had a further 3 permanent managers including current incumbent Brendan Rodgers.

Next Leicester City Manager Betting Odds And History
Next Leicester City Manager Betting Odds And History - Brendan Rodgers needs to shore up his defence and get some points on the board.

Leicester City Manager Headlines

  • Brendan Rodgers has been at the King Power since February 2019
  • The 2022/23 season has started poorly for the Foxes and he is subsequently under pressure.   
  • The 49-year-old born in Northern Ireland is towards the head of the next English Premier League manager to leave market.
Manager Appointment Date To Days in Charge
Brendan Rodgers 27/02/2019 27/01/2023 1430

Even without a vacant position for a Leicester manager if we see it is still filled above, there will always be a view and betting odds available with various bookmakers as to who will be the next Manager.

Keeping a close eye on the next manager to be sacked betting, will also provide some clues as to who will be available should a change come at the King Power and Leicester City Football Club.

Here we have odds on the next Leicester City manager and a closer look at the potential contenders.

28 Jan @ 19:14 - Next Permanent Leicester City Manager
Sean Dyche 4.00
Thomas Frank 6.00
Rafa Benitez 10.00
Ralph Hasenhuttl 11.00
Mauricio Pochettino 11.00
Marcelo Bielsa 11.00
Ruud van Nistelrooy 15.00
Daniel Farke 17.00
Scott Parker 17.00
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer 17.00
Neil Lennon 17.00
Dean Smith 21.00
Steve Cooper 21.00
Kasper Hjulmand 26.00
Lucien Favre 26.00
Roy Hodgson 26.00
Nathan Jones 26.00
Claudio Ranieri 34.00
Ruben Amorim 34.00
Thomas Tuchel 34.00
John Terry 34.00
Graham Potter 41.00
Martin O'Neill 41.00
Wayne Rooney 41.00
Claude Puel 41.00
Unai Emery 51.00
Alan Pardew 67.00
Sam Allardyce 67.00
Duncan Ferguson 67.00
Roy Keane 151.00

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How To Make A Bet On The Next Leicester Manager

Making a bet on who will be the next Leicester manager is as easy as picking a contender from the list of possibilities at the top of this page, finding the bookmaker offering odds, choosing how much you want to bet, and placing it. 

You will have to find a betting site offering the best odds.

Finding odds on the next Leicester manager will be easier when no manager is in place, and a little harder when the position is filled, and not particularly in jeopardy.

  • Find the best football betting site offering odds on the next manager of Leicester
  • Choose one of the possible contenders
  • Decide how much you want to bet
  • Check the odds and your stake to understand how much you may win if your prediction is correct
  • Understand that if your prediction is wrong, you will lose your money

If you do not have an active online betting account, then head over to our betting sites section where you will see a list of bookmakers available in the UK.

We have in-depth reviews so you can see what other users think of them before deciding, or head over to the free bets page where you can see the list of welcome offers currently available from all UK betting sites.  

If you don't have a currently active online betting app on your phone, take a look at the list of available bookmakers.

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Next Leicester City Manager Betting News Diary Timeline

The betting odds for The Next Leicester Manager will often see some fluctuation and speculation of who will take over the hot seat when Brendan Rodgers departs the King Power. 

Here is a round-up of the Next Leicester City Manager Betting Timeline from our OLBG News feed.

29th September 2022


Next Leicester City Manager Odds: Thomas Frank now the 13/8 CLEAR FAVOURITE with betting sites to be next Leicester manager with pressure on Brendan Rodgers!

Sep 29, 10:39am

Current Brentford manager Thomas Frank is the 13/8 favourite with betting sites to be the next Leicester manager. Frank is one of the most highly-rated managers in the league and his new contract signed in January will harm any chance of him going to Leicester.

Paddy Power though make the Dane the 13/8 favourite to take over from Brendan Rodgers when he eventually leaves his position.

16th September 2022


Next Leicester Manager Betting Odds: Bookies ALREADY giving odds on who's next for the Foxes with Brendan Rodgers UNDER PRESSURE!

Sep 16, 10:19am

Sean Dyche is the bookies favourite to be the next Leicester Manager with Brendan Rodgers under increasing pressure. At odds of 2/1, bookmakers feel that Dyche has a 33% chance of taking over at the King Power Stadium next. Paddy Power have Mauricio Pochettino and Brentford manager Thomas Frank as the next two candidates in the market.

5th September 2022


Next Premier League Manager To Leave Betting Odds: Bookmakers make Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers 1/3 HEAVY FAVOURITE to leave next after another loss for the Foxes!

Sep 05, 12:22pm

Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers remains the bookmaker's favourite to be the next manager to be sacked in the Premier League after yet another Leicester loss.

Rodgers was 6/5 to leave last week but has now been backed into 1/3 to leave after Leicester's 5-2 thumping defeat against Brighton on Sunday.

BetVictor make Rodgers the favourite to be sacked with Steven Gerrard the second favourite in the Next Leicester City manager market at 6/1. 

August 31st 2022


Next Premier League Manager To Leave Betting Odds: Bookmakers make Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers the 6/5 FAVOURITE to go next after Scott Parker won the 'Sack Race'

Aug 31, 10:12am

Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers is the bookmakers favourite to be the next manager to be sacked in the Premier League after the Foxes woes continue. Rodgers was odds on last week to go at 1/2 but after Scott Parker's dismissal, his odds have drifted slightly to odds against at 6/5. The Premier League table currently sees Leicester sitting rock bottom on 1 point and Rodgers will have to turn their fortunes around quickly if he wants to stay at the club.

22nd August 2022


First Premier League Manager to Leave Odds: Brendan Rodgers now JUST 1/2 to go after Leicester's loss at the weekend!

Aug 22, 10:17am

Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers is now 1/2 to be the first Premier League manager to leave his role. This comes after Leicester's 2-1 loss to Southampton at the weekend which caused bookmakers to make him favourite to leave. Ladbrokes have him as favourite to go with Frank Lampard 11/2 second favourite in the betting market. 

Leicester City Manager Contenders

Sean Dyche

The former Burnley manager ( October 2012 - April 2022) is regularly quoted by the bookmakers in their next manager markets. It is understandable after he performed so well in getting the Clarets promoted and keeping them in the EPL. 

His pragmatic style of football would go down well with Chairman looking to keep their club in a league or looking to build a side to compete for honours. 

Sean Dyche
Sean Dyche: Image Kelvin Stuttard, CC BY 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

Thomas Frank

Danish-born Thomas Frank has been at Brentford since October 2018. 

He secured the Bees promotion to the English Premier League in the 2020/21 season. 

His use of a 3-5-2 formation means they exploit space wide on the pitch with the 2 often coming centrally deeper, with the opponents centre backs following them, this then allows space behind. 

Ivan Toney the main striker can often be found linking play just inside the opposition's half, before making his way back into the box, similar to Harry Kane at Tottenham. 

Brentford held their own in their first season in the top tier, they finished in a creditable 13th place.

Thomas FrankImage: JustArsenal


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Mauricio Pochettino

The Argentinian's career has spanned 4 clubs since he first took charge of Spanish club Espanyol in 2009. 

Two spells in England at Southampton and Tottenham culminated in Pochettino taking charge of one of the giants of European football Paris Saint Germain, a club he played for. 

Whilst in Paris he won the Ligue 1 title but could not secure the Champions League for the ambitious owners Qatar Sports Investments.  

In July 2022 he was dismissed. 

The problem for Pochettino is that after PSG most clubs could be seen as a downward step, many chairmen may consider him "out of their league"

Mauricio Pochettino


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List of Leicester City Managers

Manager Appointment Date To Days in Charge
Brendan Rodgers 27/02/2019 27/01/2023 1430
Mike Stowell 24/02/2019 27/02/2019 3
Claude Puel 25/10/2017 24/02/2019 487
Michael Appleton 17/10/2017 25/10/2017 8
Craig Shakespeare 23/02/2017 17/10/2017 236
Mike Stowell 23/02/2017 01/06/2017 98
Claudio Ranieri 13/07/2015 23/02/2017 591
Craig Shakespeare 30/06/2015 13/07/2015 13
Steve Walsh 30/06/2015 13/07/2015 13
Nigel Pearson 14/11/2011 30/06/2015 1324
Mike Stowell 24/10/2011 13/11/2011 20
Sven-Goran Eriksson 03/10/2010 24/10/2011 386
Paulo Sousa 07/07/2010 30/09/2010 85
Nigel Pearson 20/06/2008 29/06/2010 739
Ian Holloway 22/11/2007 23/05/2008 183
Gerry Taggart 25/10/2007 22/11/2007 28
Gary Megson 13/09/2007 24/10/2007 41
Martin Allen 25/05/2007 29/08/2007 96
Nigel Worthington 11/04/2007 25/05/2007 44
Rob Kelly 25/01/2006 11/04/2007 441
Craig Levein 01/11/2004 25/01/2006 450
Dave Bassett 11/10/2004 31/10/2004 20
Mickey Adams 07/04/2002 11/10/2004 918
Dave Bassett 10/10/2001 06/04/2002 178
Garry Parker 30/09/2001 10/10/2001 10
Peter Taylor 12/06/2000 30/09/2001 475
Martin O'Neill 21/12/1995 01/06/2000 1624
Mark McGhee 14/12/1994 07/12/1995 358
Kevin MacDonald 22/11/1994 14/12/1994 22
Brian Little 30/05/1991 22/11/1994 1272
Gordon Lee 30/01/1991 29/05/1991 119
David Pleat 24/12/1987 29/01/1991 1132
Bryan Hamilton 03/06/1986 11/12/1987 556
Gordon Milne 02/08/1982 03/06/1986 1401
Jock Wallace 24/05/1978 12/07/1982 1510
Ian MacFarlane 05/04/1978 24/05/1978 49
Frank McLintock 09 Jun, 1977 5 Apr, 1978 300
Jimmy Bloomfield 23 Jun, 1971 23 May, 1977 2161
Frank O'Farrell 01 Dec, 1968 8 Jun, 1971 919
Matt Gillies 01 Nov, 1959 1 Dec, 1968 3318
David Halliday 1 July, 1955 31 Oct, 1958 1218
Norman Bullock 01 December, 1949 1 February, 1955 1888
Johnny Duncan 01 Mar, 1946 01 October, 1949 1310
Tom Mather 01 Aug, 1945 01 Mar, 1946 212
Tom Bromilow 01 Aug, 1939 31 May, 1945 2130
Frank Womack 01 Oct, 1936 1 May, 1939
Andy Lochhead 01 Aug, 1934 1 Oct, 1936
Peter Hodge 01 Mar, 1932 31 Jul, 1934
William Orr 01 Jul, 1926 1 Jan, 1932
Peter Hodge 01 May, 1919 01 May, 1926
John W Bartlett 01 Mar, 1912 01 Mar, 1914
Andy Aitken 01 Feb, 1909 01 May, 1911
James Blessington 01 Jan, 1907 01 Feb, 1909
George Johnson 01 Aug, 1898 01 Jan, 1907
William Clark 01 Aug, 1896 31 May, 1897

Next Manager To Be Sacked Betting Odds

Jan 04, 04:42pm

Leicester City Manager - Brendan Rodgers

  • Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers is looking to emulate the 2015/16 winning side but is currently finding that task very difficult. 
  • Since he took over in  February 2019 the Foxes have finished 5th twice, however, the 2021/22 season did not go to plan with them ending up in 8th.  

Brendan Rodgers Leicester City Record

Brendan Rodgers in January 2023 has a 46% win-strike rate at the club.

Leicester City - A Fans Point Of View

October 2022

I still believe that changing the manager is not the way forward as that would not solve all of the issues.

They have engaged Robert Huth as "loans manager" or words to that effect; is it simply a coincidence that Leicester has kept clean sheets in 2 of the last 3 matches?

14 pts from winning positions after just 9 games would equate to around 57 for the season, that is obviously impossible but it means the problems are later in games rather than the poor starts that were so expensive over the past two seasons.

Getting a world-class manager at this stage would be difficult and getting a "wannabe" from a lower league would not fit the aspirations of the owners.

Thomas Frank would be the obvious choice if Unai Emery could not be persuaded, but it is not the case of Rodgers "losing the dressing room" - something that would be easier to fix.

Defeat to Leeds would not help his cause, but hovering around the drop zone till Xmas with a clear view of transfer business in January or the summer MAY buy him sufficient time.

Remember, the nucleus of the Leicester team is now based on much younger, far less experienced players, than in recent seasons.

OLBG member and Leicester City Fan: Davidg3907 

July 2022

There is much discussion among Leicester fans as to whether or not there should be a managerial change.

The two main talking points are:

  • Overall, was it a satisfactory season?
  • The shocking record defending set pieces, particularly corners.

On the first point, the long injury list meant wholesale changes to the backline. In turn, this led to panic signings. One was then sidelined and the other didn’t perform as well as some would have expected. Contrary to many clubs, a European trophy was targeted ahead of a possibly higher finish in the league.

Whatever policies were in place, and with whatever players filled the positions, the set-piece problems would not go away.

Evans and Fofana were the preferred option, but an injury to Fofana in a pre-season ‘friendly’ put paid to that and he was only available for the last few games.

With Vardy, Ndidi, and to a lesser extent Maddison also missing for periods due to injury, a top 4 spot was never really likely. Various postponements caused a cramped end-of-season backlog, so something had to be given priority.

Whether it was a coaching problem, or a player problem, Leicester’s defending of corners became a national joke. Could a new manager overcome these issues, and if so, who?

The lack of European football next season gives Leicester the chance to push for the top 4 again but attracting a top manager while not having European involvement would not be easy.

A good transfer window is required for whoever is in charge. 

Rodgers has led Leicester to their first F A Cup win, their second Community Shield, and their first European semi-final.

Maybe a defence-minded coach could rectify the second point, but that may produce a style of play unfamiliar to the players and unpopular with the fans.

My personal view is that it would be better to keep the manager and tweak the squad (again more difficult out of Europe), but it is a relatively young squad that can improve. 

A team can be built around a sound nucleus of talent; their progress may be stalled by having to change their methods under a new manager.

Of the managers who may relish such a task, Potter, Lage, Frank, Dyche, and even Dean Smith would seem the most likely with Premier League experience, there are some European options but anyone from a lower league would seem a retrograde step.

OLBG member and Leicester City Fan: Davidg3907

Leicester City FAQ

  • Who is the longest serving Manager at Leicester City

    The longest-serving manager of Leicester City is Matt Gillies. 

    He managed the club for over 500 games between 1958-1968. 

    His teams excelled in Cup competitions making two FA Cup finals in the 1960s and winning the League Cup in 1964. 

  • Who is the favourite to be next Leicester City Manager

    The favourite to be the next Leicester City manager is Thomas Frank who is currently in charge at Brentford. 

  • What trophys have Leicester City won

    The club has won the League Cup on three occasions in1964,1997 and 2000, the FA Cup in 2021 and their remarkable Premier League win in the 2015/16 season. 

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