Share It's been 6 years and finally Liverpool have gotten rid of Rafael Benitez. It may be too late for Liverpool who are on a very slippery slope but anything can happen in football and if they choose wisely, the next Liverpool manager could persuade the stars to stay, make 2 or 3 astute signings and turn around the club. Leading the next Liverpool Manager betting market currently is Kenny Dalglish but he wouldn't be my tip for the permanent role.....

Up alongside Dalglish in the betting are Martin O' Neill (3/1) and Roy Hodgson (9/2), both of whom are very good canditates IMO. Martin O' Neill has been on the radar of Liverpool for some time and could have been given the job both before Gerard Houllier and Rafael Benitez were signed. Hodgson would be the ideal manager for the Reds. He is 1 of the most tactically astute managers around and Liverpool are obviously a fan of the "boring type". He is a little more balanced in his style of play though than the 2 previous who placed emphasis almost solely on defense. A British / Irish manager is something Liverpool might be interested in after going the foreign route for the last decade or so. O' Neill has also recently been reported to be unhappy at Villa and may fancy a crack at the big time before it's too late.

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As we move further down the betting, Guus Hiddink has just recently taken over at Turkey and I would think unlikely to jump ship. Mauricio Pelligrino would be a disaster and very unlikely and Frank Rijaard might be a decent speculative punt to be prized away from Galatasaray and would be a great signing IMO.

A standout for me in the Next Liverpool Manager betting market is Jurgen Klinsmann who has bookmaker opinion completely divided with prices as low as 7 and as high as 25. It's no secret how big a fan Hicks and Gillett are of Klinsmann but their time at the club will soon be at an end and I'm not sure how involved they will be in the chase.

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For me, Mark Hughes(22/1) is 1 that catches the eye. Will hardly be an outstanding favourite for the LFC fans with his allegiances to Manchester but it's about what happens on the pitch and I like his style of play and man management skills. He also has a great eye for players and is astute in the transfer market. IMO, he did a great job at Blackburn, a fantastic job with the Welsh national team and was treated terribly at Man City. It wouldn't surprise me at all to see the Welsh man in the Anfield hot seat.

If it's huge odds you're looking for, a couple of names that get my attention are Martin Jol (40) and Michael Laudrup (66). Both play wonderful football and if Liverpool opt for someone with that type of mentality, both would be attainable. If it's a real flyer you're after, how about Steve Coppell, born in Liverpool and available at a whopping 250/1 with Paddypower!

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