Beginning of the end for Fergie?
William Hill offer 5/2 that Sir Alex Ferguson will no longer be Manchester United boss at the start of next season, and 10/3 that Wayne Rooney will have left the club by then as United crashed to a 2nd straight defeat and Rooney was taken off well before the end of the game.
'All of a sudden United's season is collapsing around them and it could be that the Fergie era is coming to an end' said Hill's spokesman Graham Sharpe.
FERGIE STILL THERE FIRST DAY OF NEXT SEASON: 2/7 YES; 5/2 NO
ROONEY STILL THERE FIRST DAY OF NEXT SEASON: 1/5 YES; 10/3 NO
Premier League outright betting:4/9 Manchester City; 11/4 Manchester United ; 15/2 Spurs; 50 Chelsea; 66 Arsenal; 100 Liverpool
Top 4 finish: 1/200 City; 1/33 United; 1/ 4 Spurs; 4/7 Chelsea; 6/4 Arsenal; 9/4 Liverpool; 33/1 Newcastle
Betting Without Mancs: 8/11 Spurs; 11/4 Chelsea; 4 Arsenal; 9 Liverpool.
Manchester United Finishing Position:
Winner : 11/4
2nd - 5/4
3rd - 11/4
4th or lower - 6/1
Newcastle Finish: 1/ 4 Top Half 11/4 Bottom Half
William Hill are paying out on both Howard and Ngog in their 'first goalscorer' market for the Everton-Bolton game.
'It is not unknown for keepers to score but very rare, so we are paying out to anyone who backed Howard at 100/1 and also on Ngog' said Hill's spokesman Graham Sharpe.
Premier League Relegation betting: 4/9 Wigan (13/8 stay up); 4/7 Blackburn (5/4); 8/11 Bolton (Evs); 13/8 Wolves; 9/4 QPR; 10/3 Swansea; 6 Norwich; 12 WBA
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