Next West Brom manager odds as Steve Bruce becomes latest Championship boss to be given the boot

Steve Bruce has become the ninth managerial casualty in the Championship this season after being given the boot by West Brom.

The ex-Manchester United defender was relieved of his duties after eight months in charge at The Hawthorns as the Baggies dropped into the bottom three.

The club are currently third from bottom with 11 points having scraped just one win in 13 games this term [beating Hull City 5-2 in August].

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Under 21s coach Richard Beale has been appointed interim boss and will be assisted by James Morrison and Gary Walsh.

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Former Sheffield United, Sheffield Wednesday and Sunderland boss Bruce, who took over from Valerien Ismael in February, four months after being sacked by Newcastle United, joins Chris Wilder (Middlesbrough), Shota Arveladze (Hull City), Steve Morison (Cardiff City), Danny Schofield (Huddersfield Town) and Michael O’Neil (Stoke City) in losing his job during the 2022/23 campaign while Paul Warne (Rotherham United to Derby County) and Alex Neil (Sunderland to Stoke City) also moved on to pastures new.

Here are the latest odds for his successor courtesy of SkyBet.

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*All odds correct at the time of being published.

4/1: Chris Wilder, Roy Keane. 6/1: Sean Dyche. 8/1: Scott Parker. 12/1: Rob Edwards. 14/1: Carlos Corberan, Mark Robins. 16/1: Wayne Rooney, Anthony Barry. 18/1: Michael Carrick. 20/1: Gary Rowett, David Wagner, Duncan Ferguson, Liam Rosenior. 22/1: Carlos Carvalhal. 25/1: John Terry, Daniel Farke, Nathan Jones. 33/1: Marcelo Bielsa.

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MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - AUGUST 22: Roy Keane broadcasts ahead of the Premier League match between Manchester United and Liverpool FC at Old Trafford on August 22, 2022 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Ash Donelon/Manchester United via Getty Images)