Chelsea, Liverpool, and former Man United bosses among the favourites…
As England head into their Euro 2016 qualifiers with San Marino and Estonia, the job of manager Roy Hodgson looks comfortably stable – with the Three Lions victory over Switzerland all but securing their progress to the competition itself.
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But at 67, the former Fulham and Liverpool boss is approaching retirement, and the odds of who will succeed him are constantly changing. As it stands, here are the top ten candidates to succeed Roy – according to Sky Bet:
10) David Moyes (Unemployed, 20/1)
Currently available, but would surely prove an unpopular choice with many England fans following his failure at Manchester United. Extremely successful with Everton, but the idea of a Scottish boss seems very unlikely.