Latest Mark Hughes Sack Race odds sees him as 1/2 favourite

The latest sack odds on Mark Hughes have shortened after his Stoke side lost 5-0 to Chelsea.

Mark Hughes sack odds now see him as 1/2 favourite

Yesterday’s thrashing from Chelsea has seen Stoke City boss, Mark Hughes, consolidate himself at the top of the Next Manager To Leave his Position Betting.

Mark Hughes Sack Odds

Mark Hughes Sack Odds have shortened following Stoke’s latest hammering

Both Paddy Power and Betfair have Hughes as their 1/2 favourite to be the next manager out, despite Hughes’ bullish confidence that he believes his position to be safe.

Any sympathy for Mark Hughes if he gets the sack?

I do have an element of sympathy with Mark Hughes. He was always on a hiding to nothing yesterday at Chelsea.

Eyeing the bigger picture, Hughes left out Peter Crouch, Xherdan Shaqiri and Joe Allen, saving them for the Bank Holiday Monday fixture against Newcastle. To Hughes. this is obviously a match which will have more bearing at the bottom of the league.

Having said that, had Stoke performed better in recent weeks, then Hughes wouldn’t be in this position. Meaning it’s hard to have too much sympathy for the former Man United striker. After all, you are where you are for a reason.

Dum Decision?

Next in the betting is Southampton’s Mauricio Pellegrino, the same two firms have him as 15/8 second favourite.

Now I’m not suggesting for a minute that Claude Puel is the greatest manager in the history of football, and he has had a reasonable start at Leicester, a relatively stable club.

But on the face of it, sacking Puel at the end of last season looks to be one of the dumbest decisions in football. The Frenchman led the Saints to 8th in the Premier League, and to the EFL Cup final, were they only narrowly lost to Man Utd.

Sacking him is not quite up there with the Gary Rowett decision at Birmingham City. But it certainly ain’t too far behind it when it comes to daft decisions!

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