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Eden Jon 9th May 2013 - 14:26

6 Year Contract For Moyes... 2/1 He Sees Out His Contract

6 Year Contract For Moyes... 2/1 He Sees Out His Contract

With David Moyes confirmed as the new Manchester United manager, Britain's biggest bookmaker, William Hill, is offering odds on how long he lasts in the hotseat. Famously, Sir Alex Ferguson went 3 and a half years without winning anything at Manchester United yet he remained in a job and United are 5/1 to fail to win a trophy for the next three seasons.

Moyes has been handed a six year contract and he is 2/1 to still be at Old Trafford at the end of the six years.

Sir Alex is 9/1 to return to the dugout to manage a match at any point during next season. 

"Moyes will have to hit the ground running because the spectre of Sir Alex in the boardroom will surely heap the pressure on him as soon as things go slightly awry," said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly.

United could be hit with a double hammer blow as it looks an increasing possibility that Wayne Rooney could also be departing the club this summer. He is, however, 11/10 to be at Manchester United on the first day of the 2013/14 season. He is 4/1 to be at PSG and 5/1 to be at Bayern while an early gamble today has seen his odds cut to move to Chelsea from 7/1 to 4/1.

Roberto Martinez heads the charge to replace Moyes and is William Hill's 6/5 favourite to get the gig. Neil Lennon and Vitor Pereira are 6/1 joint second favourites.

William Hill Odds:

When will David Moyes leave Manchester United:
16/1 2013; 4/1 2014; 3/1 2015; 8/13 2016 or later

Will Moyes see out his six year contract at Manchester United: 2/1 yes; 4/11 no

When will Manchester United win their next major trophy*: 5/6 2013/14; 11/4 2014/15; 11/2 2015/16; 5/1 no trophy for next three years.
* Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup, Champions League, Europa League only

9/1    Sir Alex Ferguson to take charge (solely) of a competitive Manchester United fixture next season

Manchester United top 2 finish next season: 8/13 yes; 6/5 no

Manchester United top 4 finish next season: 1/25 yes; 8/1 no

Rooney club on Sept 3rd 2013: 11/10 Manchester United; 4/1 Paris St Germain; 4/1 Chelsea; 5/1 Bayern Munich; 12/1 Real Madrid; 16/1 Manchester City; 20/1 Barcelona; 25/1 AC Milan; 33/1 BAR

Next permanent Everton manager: 6/5 Roberto Martinez; 6/1 Neil Lennon; 6/1 Vitor Pereira; 8/1 Duncan Ferguson; 8/1 Michael Laudrup; 12/1 BAR

Everton to be relegated 2013/14 season: 20/1


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