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Get 5/1 Odds For Jose Mourinho To Be The Next Manager Sacked!

Betfair’s offering 5/1 odds for Jose Mourinho To Be The Next Manager Sacked!

Oh dear Chelsea. It’s fair to say that the majority of football fans are finding the struggles of a previously-formidable team quite amusing this season.

It’s bewildering, but it looks like Jose Mourinho has lost not just loads of games but also the changing room. With the International Break looking it would be the perfect time for any club to change their manager – look what happened after the last one when Rodgers and Advocaat were sacked!

With that, Mourinho has never looked so much under threat. 3 defeats in a row in the league including a defeat away against a very average Stoke City team is really poor form.

How Do I Get 5/1 Odds For Jose Mourinho To Be The Next Manager Sacked?

Well you’ll have to act fast as we say!

Betfair are offering enhanced odds for all new customers but this won’t be around for long. As soon as the whispers get louder they will whip the odds away I’m sure.

So, the first thing to do will be to open an account with Betfair by clicking on our exclusive offer button/link below!


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Once you’ve done this the offer will appear as available to you and you’ll be able to bet on it. The limit for betting on this is £10, but if the bet doesn’t come in they will give you a £20 free bet as is normal with Betfair.

You can’t really lose!

Is It Likely He’ll Go Next?

Well the thing is, all the other managers that were under threat have gone! Rodgers (who would funnily enough be potentially considered as an interim boss at Chelsea), Advocaat and Sherwood have gone.

The next managers in the market to go next are McClaren and Garry Monk at 7/1, but they would seem to be safe for a few more weeks, if not for the rest of the season. We’ve got a few more weeks of Mourinho flirting with the sack even if he doesn’t go just yet but these odds are well worth investing in.

So whilst you can, grab the 5/1 enhanced odds for Jose Mourinho To Be The Next Manager Sacked!