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Alex McLeish Leads Way in Ladbrokes’ Next Scotland Manager Betting

Alex McLeish Leads Way in Ladbrokes’ Next Scotland Manager Betting

Alex McLeish is the favourite with Ladbrokes to replace Gordon Strachan as Scotland manager.

The current Tartan Army boss was dealt another blow as his team lost 3-0 to England at Wembley – and fell to second bottom in their World Cup qualifying group after just four games.

Strachan was already under pressure going into the game after a draw at home to Lithuania and defeat to Slovakia on the road in their last two qualifiers.

But tonight’s result just adds to that, with plenty of supporters calling for Strachan to be sacked.

Now Ladbrokes have released their latest odds on who could take over as Scotland boss – and former manager McLeish leads the way at 5/1.

He’s been out of a job since leaving Egyptian side Zamalek in May, but is remembered for his 10-month spell as national team boss back in 2007.

McLeish is followed by Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes and Sunderland boss David Moyes at 6/1, while new Wolves gaffer Paul Lambert is just behind them at 8/1.

You can see all of Ladbrokes’ betting odds here:

Alex Mcleish 5/1
Derek McInnes 6/1
David Moyes 6/1
Paul Lambert 8/1
Alan Irvine 10/1
Joe Jordan 20/1
Scott Gemmill 25/1
Alex Neil 12/1
Steve Clarke 12/1
Martin O Neill 33/1
Gary Caldwell 25/1
Sir Alex Ferguson 33/1
Billy Davies 33/1
Mark McGhee 40/1
Tommy Wright 16/1
Jim McIntyre 25/1
John Collins 33/1
Barry Ferguson 33/1
Billy Stark 33/1
Walter Smith 33/1
Ally McCoist 20/1
Ian Durrant 40/1
Alan Hanson 66/1
Jim McInally 33/1
Davie Weir 33/1
Michael O’Neill 40/1

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