Sam Allardyce is fighting to keep hold of his dream job as England manager on Tuesday after a report uncovered him abusing his position.
In a well-publicised sting operation carried out by The Telegraph, the 61-year-old is now set to face some difficult questions from the FA who will then make a decision on his future.
The situation will split opinion as many will argue that it’s enough to warrant a dismissal, while others may take a more light-hearted approach and believe that it merely is an embarrassing and disappointing sequence of events.
Nevertheless, the bookmakers haven’t wasted any time in revealing who they believe will be the next England manager, with the top three consisting of two tacticians currently plying their trade in the Premier League.
Oddschecker, an online odds comparison service, have collected odds from various top bookmakers from around the country, and believe that they have the definitive list of who is favourite to succeed Allardyce.
Many of the men mentioned below will be eagerly anticipating a phone call in the event that they do receive a major opportunity, although others will have a difficult decision to make given that they are currently involved in big jobs in the Premier League.
Sorted by favourite, here are the latest men in the frame to replace Allardyce:
Alan Pardew (3/1)
Steve Bruce (6/1)
Eddie Howe (8/1)
Glenn Hoddle (10/1)
Gareth Southgate (10/1)
Vincente Del Bosque
Claudio Ranieri (30/1)