Next Blackpool Manager Betting - Best Available Odds

Blackpool are on the hunt for a new manager following the resignation of manager Lee Clark who was appointed in October 2014. The former Birmingham boss succeeded the sacked Jose Riga in the dugout, and was handed the titanic task of saving the struggling Seasiders from the dreaded drop; a mission which came to an end in early April after they became the first club from the top four leagues to be relegated.

Neil McDonald has replaced Richie Kyle as the favourite in the Next Blackpool Manager Market, while former Blackpool boss Ian Holloway is also in the mix for the vacancy, as is Graham Westley. Click on the odds below to place your bets.

Next Permanent Blackpool Manager

Neil McDonald

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4/11

Richie Kyle

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4/1

Ian Holloway

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8/1

Graham Westley

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8/1

Micky Mellon

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16/1

Nigel Worthington

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20/1

Billy Davies

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20/1

Neil Redfearn

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20/1

Dave Hockaday

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20/1

Alan Knill

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20/1

Nigel Clough

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33/1

Steve Thompson

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50/1

Stuart Pearce

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50/1

Paul Jewell

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50/1

Alan Curbishley

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50/1

Alan Irvine

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50/1

Rene Meulensteen

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50/1

John Carver

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50/1

John Gregory

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50/1

Ronnie Moore

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50/1

Graham Alexander

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50/1

Sam Allardyce

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66/1

David Moyes

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66/1

Last 6 League Games

DateHomeScoreAway
25 AprCardiff City3 - 2BlackpoolL
18 AprBlackpool0 - 1FulhamL
14 AprDerby County4 - 0BlackpoolL
11 AprIpswich Town3 - 2BlackpoolL
07 AprBlackpool1 - 1ReadingD
04 AprBolton Wanderers1 - 1BlackpoolD
2 / 18pts

Blackpool Manager History

ManagerStart DateEnd Date
Lee Clark30 October 20149 May 2015
Jose Riga3 June 201428 October 2014
Paul Ince17 February 201321 January 2014
Michael Appleton8 November 201211 January 2013
Ian Holloway21 May 20093 November 2012
Tony Parkes23 December 200818 May 2009
Simon Grayson24 November 200523 December 2008
Colin Hendry7 June 200424 November 2005
Steve McMahon7 January 20006 June 2004
Nigel Worthington8 July 199723 December 1999
Gary Megson5 July 19961 July 1997
Sam Allardyce19 July 199429 May 1996
Billy Ayre30 November 199010 June 1994
Graham Carr11 June 199030 November 1990
Jimmy Mullen20 May 198930 April 1990
Sam Ellis1 June 198230 April 1989
Allan Brown1 March 198131 May 1982
Alan Ball1 July 198028 February 1981
Stan Ternent19 September 19791 February 1980
Bob Stokoe20 May 197817 August 1979
Jimmy Meadows7 March 197820 May 1978
Allan Brown5 May 19766 February 1978
Harry Potts1 January 19725 May 1976
Bob Stokoe20 December 197023 November 1972
Jimmy Meadows26 October 197020 December 1970
Les Shannon1 May 196926 October 1970
Stan Mortensen1 February 196730 April 1969
Ron Suart1 May 19581 February 1967
Joe Smith1 August 193530 April 1958
Alex MacFarlane1 July 193331 July 1935
Harry Evans1 August 192831 May 1933
Sid Beaumont1 August 192731 May 1928
Frank Buckley1 July 192331 May 1927
Bill Norman1 August 191931 May 1923
John Cox1 August 190931 December 1911
Tom Barcroft1 August 190331 May 1909

Blackpool History

Blackpool won promotion to the Premier League in 2010 but despite a bright opening half of the season they were unable to hold onto their top flight status. The most famous moment in their history was of course the 1953 FA Cup Final aka the 'Matthews Final' when star player Stanley Matthews led his side to a 4-3 win against Bolton in one of the greatest Finals the competition has ever seen.

Present League Position
PWDLGFGAPts
20.Rotherham United46111619466749
21.Brighton and Hove Albion46101719445447
22.Millwall4691423427641
23.Wigan Athletic4691225396439
24.Blackpool4541328369125
Blackpool Results
HomeAway
Birmingham City1-01-0
Blackburn Rovers1-21-1
Blackpool--
Bolton Wanderers1-11-1
Bournemouth1-64-0
Brentford1-24-0
Brighton And Hove Albion1-00-0
Cardiff City1-03-2
Charlton Athletic0-32-2
Derby County0-14-0
Fulham0-12-2
Huddersfield Town-4-2
Ipswich Town0-23-2
Leeds United1-13-1
Middlesbrough1-21-1
Millwall1-02-1
Norwich City1-34-0
Nottingham Forest4-42-0
Reading1-13-0
Rotherham United1-11-1
Watford0-17-2
Wigan Athletic1-31-0
Wolverhampton Wanderers0-02-0

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