Belgian-English manager Will Still is a viral sensation over recent months following his Stade Reims 18-match unbeaten run, which came to an end on Sunday night against Marseille.
The 30-year-old Belgian-born Englishman regularly went viral on Twitter over the past couple of months every time his side went another game unbeaten due to his entry into coaching and fine that his club get when he manages a game.
Stade Reims are fined £22,000 for every game he manages because he’s still studying his UEFA Pro License and he revealed that he got into coaching due to his passion for video game Football Manager.
Odds from UK Betting Sites now say he's a 10/1 shot to manage a team in the Premier League at some point in the 2023/24 season with Sky Sports interviewing him about it in the past week.
Still said, "I think if you asked any kid what they would like to do, they'd say they'd love to be a Premier League footballer or manager and I'm no different."
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Following Stade Reims 1-2 loss to Marseille at the weekend the hype around Still may start to cool down and odds are offered on his side finishing in the Top 5 this season.
Reims are currently 7 points behind Rennes in 5th spot, lying in 9th place in the Ligue 1 table, but another run like they've just had could see them further rise up the table.
Still will take no shame in losing to second place side Marseille but will be hoping that the loss doesn't see a mirrored run where his side continuously lose.
It's no surprise that PSG remain big favourites to win Ligue 1 despite their shock loss at home to Rennes on Sunday which saw Lionel Messi booed by his own fans.
The Parisians are 7 points clear at the top of Ligue 1 and are 1/50 to win the league this season with no distraction of the Champions League.
They'll be looking to win the league again this year and by the look of it face no serious competition at the top of Ligue 1.
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