Poch botch: 66% of bets back Spurs boss to leave following Colchester debacle

A flurry of bets are placed after Spurs’ defeat being the next Premier League director on Mauricio Pochettino.
66% of all bets in the past 24 hours have endorsed the Argentine to leave the North London club before his managerial cohort’s remainder.
That’s resulted in chances being cut out of 14/1 into brief as 5/1 following Spurs’ shock punishment shoot-out loss to the League Two side before last night’s Carabao Cup tie.??
Subsequently, so he is overtaken Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as the 2nd favorite with quite a few British bookmakers, who have made him favorite on the marketplace.
With both Ladbrokes and Coral, Pochettino now trails Marco Silva from the sack race with all the Everton director now 6/4 favourite that is clear at the peak of the heap.
Spurs’ defeat to Leicester in the weekend means they’ve drifted to 66/1, all the way out from 16/1 pre-season to win the Premier League.
They’ve also drifted to stay in the top four, by 1/4 outside to next season.
Oddschecker spokesperson Callum Wilson:”After a rather abject beginning to their Premier League season, Spurs’ woeful display at Colchester guaranteed another decoration has slid through Mauricio Pochettino’s fingers.
“The wait for silverware has extended to 11 years, and it appears enthusiasts and punters alike feel the clock is ticking for the Argentine to deliver real glory.”

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