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Friday, November 07, 2008

New QPR Managerial Favourite: David O'Leary

Like a pendulum or a spinning wheel; where will it stop?

Online Betting Guide ()LBG) - November 7, 2008 - Roberto Mancini Next QPR Manager Odds Drift As David O’Leary Becomes Contender

David O’Leary has been backed to be the Next QPR Manager leaving question marks over Roberto Mancini’s possible move to QPR. Mancini had looked a certainty to be appointed when he became an odds on shot for the job this week but this latest development has to cast some doubt over it.

O’Leary Money Could be Significant
David O’Leary has been backed from 40/1 into 8/1 with SkyBet over the last week and with next manager betting markets there is not normally smoke without fire. The ex Leeds manager must be in the thinking of the clubs owners and any further market moves would only increase that suspicion.

Mancini Still The Hot Favourite For QPR Job
Roberto Mancini is out to even money with SkyBet from 4/7 and at the odds he still looks the most likely candidate to get the job. He has been favourite for weeks now and the slight drift in his odds might just mean there has been a slight hitch in negotiations between the parties.

Ferguson, Allardyce And Vialli All On The Drift
Darren Ferguson, currently managing Peterborough, is still in the frame but is out to 6/1 with SkyBet whilst Sam Allardyce and Gianluca Vialli are also on the drift and out to 12/1 with SkyBet and 16/1 with SkyBet respectively. For a full list of Next QPR Manager candidates and their odds visit the SkyBet website.
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Meanwhile, a disavowal of interest from someone I haven't seen previously mentioned!...

Edinburgh Evening News/Nigel Southworth QPR move is a non-starter for Lions boss (Roberto Landi)
- ROBERTO LANDI is fond of comparing footballers to finely-tuned Ferraris but today revealed he will not be joining flamboyant Formula One team boss and club chairman Flavio Briatore at Queens Park Rangers.
The London club, who are also financed by F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone, are on the lookout for new boss after the departure of Iain Dowie, however, contrary to reports, Landi insists it won't be him.
"I know the chairman and it is a very prestigious club. I am sure it will be in the Premier League next season but not with me in charge. I have had no contact with the club. No-one has spoken to me and I know nothing about it. I have seen my named mentioned with the job in England and I think people are jumping to conclusions.
"However it is good for Livingston that my name is being talked about, because it means we are being noticed for what we are trying to achieve here..." Edinburgh News

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