Who will replace Chris Hughton at Brighton?

Jack Kitson by Jack Kitson / 13 May 2019, 12:10

It’s not even been 24 hours since the 2018/19 Premier League campaign came to a close, but over in the managerial arena we’ve already witnessed the first post-season casualty after Brighton sacked Chris Hughton.

Hughton, who had been in charge of the Seagulls since late 2014, will feel hard done by considering that he led Brighton to their first ever promotion into the Premier League, then preserved the club’s top-flight status with 15th and 17th placed finishes.

However, in an official statement Chairman Tony Bloom said that the time was right for a change in the dugout.

“Undoubtedly, this has been one of the most difficult decisions I have had to make as chairman of Brighton & Hove Albion, but ultimately one I have made due to how we struggled in the second half of the season.

“Our run of 3 wins from 23 Premier League matches put our status at significant risk. It is with that in mind, and the performances during that period, that I now feel it’s the right time for a change.

So, who will succeed Hughton at the Amex?

The next Brighton manager market reveals that Graham Potter has been installed as the early favourite for the vacancy.

The Swansea boss, who previously enjoyed success with Ostersunds, has done a credible job under difficult circumstances in his debut season in England and now finds himself as short as 1/6 (Paddy Power) to step up a division this summer.

Another Championship manager, in Derby's Frank Lampard, also features in the top-echelons of the betting at a best-priced 8/1 (Bet Victor).

Lampard’s troops lost to Leeds in the first-leg of the play-off semi-final, which they will hope to turn around on Wednesday. Should the Rams falter, the young manager may well listen to Brighton should they come calling.

Gareth Southgate’s England assistant Steve Holland, linked with Chelsea at the start of the year, can be backed at 10/1, followed by Rafa Benitez (14/1) who has a big decision to make in regards to his future at Newcastle.

England women’s boss Phil Neville is available at the same price, while Rangers boss Steven Gerrard is a 16/1 shot alongside Arsene Wenger.

Brighton Manager Odds

(Updated:2019-05-13 13:35:28)
Graham Potter 1/6 1/6
Philip Neville 11/2 11/2
Frank Lampard
David Wagner
Slavisa Jokanovic
Adi Hutter
Peter Bosz
Chris Wilder
Saltor Bruno
Daniel Farke
Bruno Genesio 20 20
Steve Holland 10 10
Nigel Pearson
Rafa Benitez
Mikel Arteta
Claude Puel
Steve Clarke
Sean Dyche 25 25
Steven Gerrard
Nathan Jones 8 8
Mark Hughes
Garry Monk
Alan Pardew 33 33
Gary Rowett 20 20
Alex Neil 20 20
David Moyes 20 20
Marco Rose 33 33
Michael ONeill 14 14
Carlos Carvalhal
Sam Allardyce 33 33
Laurent Blanc 20 20
Tim Sherwood
Andre Villas Boas 33 33
Roberto Martinez
Kenny Jackett
Antonio Conte
Arsene Wenger
Harry Redknapp 100 100
Jose Mourinho 100 100

 

Next Man Utd Manager Odds Odds

(Updated:2019-05-08 15:58:41)
Mauricio Pochettino 11/4 11/4
Massimiliano Allegri 7 7
Carlo Ancelotti 10 10
Antonio Conte 12 12
Diego Simeone 14 14
Gareth Southgate 14 14
Michael Carrick 16 16
Brendan Rodgers 20 20
Laurent Blanc 20 20
Zinedine Zidane 25 25
L Enrique 33 33
Didier Deschamps 33 33
Julian Nagelsmann 33 33
Thomas Tuchel 40 40
Eddie Howe 50 50
Ralph Hasenhuttl 50 50
Gary Neville 50 50
Joachim Low 50 50
Roberto Martinez 66 66
Rafa Benitez 66 66
Mikel Arteta 66 66
Marco Silva 66 66
Sean Dyche 80 80
Marcelo Bielsa 80 80
Ryan Giggs 80 80
Jurgen Klopp 100 100
Pep Guardiola 100 100
Carlos Queiroz 100 100
Arsene Wenger 100 100
Paul Scholes 200 200
David Moyes 200 200
Sir Alex Ferguson 200 200
Sam Allardyce 250 250
Roy Keane 250 250
Mark Hughes 250 250
Louis Van Gaal 250 250
Steve Bruce 250 250
Steven Gerrard 250 250
David Beckham 275 275
Nicky Butt 275 275
Eric Cantona 275 275
Neil Warnock 500 500

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Managers Departed

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Tony Pulis
Tony Pulis
(Middlesbrough)
17th May
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