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Latest Odds On New Hibs Boss

Thanks to Skybet for being one of the few bookies to have visible odds on who's in the race to replace Terry Butcher.

They have current Dumbarton manager and former Hibee Ian Murray as firm favourite at 11/8 with Stuart McCall and Danny Lennon following.

Some interesting names on the list include Alex McLeish (7/1), Tony Mowbray (11/1), Owen Coyle (14/1) and Steve Clarke (22/1).

Where there are interesting names there'll always be some bizarre with former, never-want-to-be-seen-again, bosses Pat Fenlon (28/1), Bobby Williamson (28/1) and Colin Calderwood (33/1) on the list.

Today's headlines regarding John Collins possible return have seen his odds shorten narrowly down from 14/1 to 10/1.

The full list is below.

Skybet's Next Permanent Hibernian Manager :

Ian Murray 11/8
Stuart McCall 3/1
Danny Lennon 11/2
Alex McLeish 7/1
John Collins 10/1
Tony Mowbray 11/1
Barry Ferguson 12/1
Owen Coyle 14/1
Mixu Paatelainen 16/1
Brian Reid 18/1
John Hartson 18/1
Kenny Shiels 18/1
Steve Clarke 22/1
Allan Johnston 22/1
Craig Brewster 25/1
Bobby Williamson 28/1
Gary Locke 28/1
Pat Fenlon 28/1
Colin Calderwood 33/1
Neil Warnock 40/1
Craig Brown 50/1
Derek Adams 50/1
John Robertson 100/1


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The Journalist

Writer: Franck_Sauzee  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday June 12 2014

Time: 2:54PM

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Where on earth do they dig some of the names up? Frightening!
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