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Macca the bookies' favourite

Gary McAllister is the 7/4 favourite to succeed Micky Adams as Coventry City manager with what would be his second spell as manager of the club.

Iain Dowie is 7/2 with bookies' bet365 while Walsall boss and former Sky Blues academy chief Richard Money is 9/2.

Bet365 Spokesman Steve Freeth said: 'There's no doubting that the Sky Blues are a massive club and Coventry can expect plenty of applicants.

'Gary McAllister knows all about Coventry City after his previous spell in the Midlands and he'll be a popular choice with the fans.

'Rumours are that he's keen to get back into management and we can vouch for that after seeing plenty of interest in him for the vacant Scotland post.'




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Date:Wednesday January 17 2007

Time: 2:21PM

Your Comments

managers never seem to do as well when they return to a club for a second spell.
dazza71
I wonder if Gary could do it as we would be going for an unproved manager if we do I hope they only tie themself to a end of the season contact and if he does well add to it
ccfcks
PAUL FLETCHER OR OTHER BOARD MEMBERS. Don Hutchison for me
roberts
PLEASE - Anyone but MEGSON!!
Nogsy
Megson it is then...................... Gary McAllister is the right man for the job, he enjoyed his stay at the cluband would I imagine play atractive attacking football.
col8
there goes the hearts not the heads again
ccfcks
 

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