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Premier League: Which manager will crack next?

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In light of Newcastle boss Alan Pardew's much publicised ban for head-butting Hull City player David Meyler, bookmaker Betfair are taking bets on the next Premier League manager to lose his cool.

After Jose Mourinho was sent off during his teams recent defeat away to Aston Villa, Betfair has released special odds on the next manager to be sent to the stands.

Tottenham boss Tim Sherwood is 7/1 is favoured as the next man to receive his marching orders following his recent touchline strops. David Moyes is second favourite at 8/1 and the enigmatic Mourinho is joint-third with Arsenal's Arsene Wenger.

At the opposite end of the scale the cool, calm, and collected Roberto Martinez has odds of 33/1. Another outsider is Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers at 25/1 if you fancy the Northern Irishman to explode with rage during the last nine games of the season. 


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