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LUFC - Boothroyd early favourite

LUFC - Boothroyd early favourite

Aidy Boothroyd is the early favourite to replace Gary McAllister in the Leeds United hot seat, Boothroyd has already had a spell at Leeds United as their first team coach between 2004 -2005.
He led Watford to the Premiership in his first full season with the club beating Leeds in the play off final. After only one season in the Premiership they were relegated back to the Championship, they lost in last seasons play off semi final and he was sacked in November this year.
His record at Watford was played 176, won 65, drew 51 and lost 60 a win percentage of 36.9%

There are some interesting prices in the early market with Gus Poyet second favourite along with quite a few other of Ken Bates ex Chelsea players including Di Matteo, Hoddle, Vialli along with Vinnie Jones and recent Leeds boss Dennis Wise.


Best prices

Aidy Boothroyd 4/1
Gus Poyet 5/1
Roberto Di Matteo 8/1
Billy Davies 10/1
John Sheridan 12/1
Ian Dowie 14/1
Simon Grayson 14/1
Joe Royle 16/1
Lawrie Sanchez 16/1
Alan Curbishley 16/1
Roy Keane 20/1
Alan Pardew 20/1
Gordon Stachan 20/1
Steve Cotterill 20/1
Darren Ferguson 25/1
Gary Speed 25/1
Neil Warnock 25/1
Ian Holloway 25/1
Glenn Hoddle 33/1
Paul Ince 33/1
David O'Leary 33/1
Peter Taylor 33/1
Peter Reid 33/1
Graeme Souness 33/1
Steve Staunton 33/1
Nigel Worthington 33/1
Paul Jewell 50/1
Kevin Keegan 50/1
Steve Tilson 50/1
Gianluca Vialli 50/1
Dennis Wise 50/1
Kenny Dalglish 50/1
George Graham 66/1
Nigel Clough 66/1
Mike Newell 80/1
Dave Bassett 100/1
Vinnie Jones 100/1
Andy Ritchie 100/1
Martin Allen 100/1
Stan Ternant 100/1
Lucas Radebe 100/1



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Writer:Dazza71
Date:Sunday December 21 2008
Time: 3:13PM

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