Ipswich next permanent manager odds

Ipswich next permanent manager odds

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Ipswich Town Next Manager

Ipswich Town has been stuck at the Championship since 2002. The club hired Mick McCarthy in November 2012 when the club was struggling to stay above the relegation zone. He finished the season at a respectable 14th place. During his time at Ipswich, he even managed to qualify for the playoffs but failed to get Ipswich promoted. Mick McCarthy left his position as the manager on April 2018 after a disappointing season. Paul Hurst was appointed as the new manager on May 2018. But Paul Hurst has started the 2018/19 season with horrible results as the club hasn’t won any of their first 6 league games. The club sits in the relegation zone on the 23rd position with only three points in 6 matches.

After a disappointing start to the season, there have been talks about Paul Hurst possibly getting sacked. The managers who could replace him at Ipswich Town are:

Tim Sherwood:
Previous Team: Aston Villa
Tim Sherwood had the second best odds to replace Mick McCarthy on April to be the next Ipswich Town manager. If Hurst gets sacked then Tim Sherwood could be the guy to replace him. Tim Sherwood was the manager of Aston Villa in 2015 and since then he hasn't managed another club. He was appointed as the director of football at Swindon Town on November 2016 but left his post on June 2017. If Ipswich decides to make him an offer at the manager job, it is highly likely that he will gladly accept the offer.

George Burley
Previous Club: Apollon Limassol
Burley was appointed as the manager of Apollon Limassol in 2012 but was sacked after only two games in charge. Since then, he hasn’t managed another club. But during his career, he has managed Derby County, Southampton, Crystal Palace and the Scotland National Team. He even managed Ipswich Town from 1994 to 2002. So the club could decide to hire him again at the club. Burley was one of the favorites to become the manager on April.

Tony Mowbray
Current Club: Blackburn Rovers
Tony became the manager of Blackburn Rovers on February 2017. He has been doing a good job at the club and helped the club to get promoted to the Championship after finishing 2nd in League One in 2017/18. Blackburn Rovers currently stand at 13th place which is way above Ipswich Town so it is highly unlikely that Tony would want to leave Blackburn to join Ipswich. But as he was one of the favorites to become the manager of Ipswich on April, the club could decide to persuade him to take the job.