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Millen Second Favourite To Get The Push

If you fancied a bet at the moment on who the next Championship manager will be to get the sack, you won`t get very good odds on Steve McClaren or our very own Keith Millen.

Skybet have supplied the odds listed below and many Bristol City fans would be happier to seen Keef odd on to go.

Now it looks like we are going to be in a relegation battle for a few months at least, but the longer we stay in the bottom three, the harder it is going to be to get out.

Many have said that Millen needs to sort out the home form, we at Vital City totally agree, but we don`t think he can do it. And neither do Skybet, that`s why he is at 5/4 for getting the push.

My own thoughts are that that Millen won`t last much longer, but what does worry me is that the club might start looking at McClaren.

Full List of odds.

10/11 - Steve McClaren (Nottingham Forest)
5/4 - Keith Millen (Bristol City)
12/1 - Andy Thorn (Coventry)
12/1 - Simon Grayson (Leeds United)
12/1 - Paul Jewell (Ipswich)
12/1 - Kenny Jackett (Millwall)
12/1 - Sven Goran Eriksson (Leicester)
14/1 - Keith Hill (Barnsley)
14/1 - Steve Cotterill (Portsmouth)
16/1 - Eddie Howe (Burnley)
20/1 - Chris Hughton (Birmingha¬m City)
20/1 - Brian McDermott (Reading)
20/1 - Dougie Freedman (C.Palace)
20/1 - Darren Ferguson (Peterborough)
20/1 - Malky Mackay (Cardiff City)
25/1 - Nigel Pearson (Hull City)
25/1 - Ian Holloway (Blackpool)
25/1 - Nigel Clough (Derby)
25/1 - Sam Allardyce (West Ham)
25/1 - Tony Mowbray (Middlesbrough)
50/1 - Gus Poyet (Brighton & HA)
50/1 - Nigel Adkins (Southampton)


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Writer: Andy999 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday September 29 2011

Time: 3:29PM

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Not even worth putting a bet on, but I'd still like to see him sod off
City Casual
Not even worth putting a bet on, but I'd still like to see him sod off
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