Bob Bradley linked with surprise switch to Hull Cityby Jack Kitson / 28 July 2016, 09:26Tweet
There has been a twist in the betting to become the Next Hull City Manager after Bob Bradley emerged as the surprise new favourite (5/6 Sky Bet) on Wednesday night.
Earlier in the day Roberto Martinez had been shortened to just 1/2, however Bradley was then abruptly propelled to the summit of the market.
The American is currently in charge of Ligue 2 side Le Havre, but is best known for his four-and-a-half-year spell in charge of the United States national team, during which he won the 2007 Gold Cup, finished runners-up in the 2009 Confederations Cup, and he also leading his troops through to the knockout-stages of the 2010 World Cup.
Bradley has also had spells at the helm of Egypt, Stabaek and a few MLS teams, while he's been in charge of Le Havre for eight months, and just missed out on promotion up to Ligue 1 last term.
However, the 58-year-old could now be set for a move across the channel, according to the betting at least. Bradley has never managed in the Premier League, but would no doubt jump at the chance to open up a new chapter in his managerial career now the Hull vacancy has arisen.
Meanwhile, Martinez remains bang in the frame at 5/4, followed by the likes of Steve McClaren, Chris Coleman and Gary Rowett.