Next Walsall Manager: The Market Begins to Move Next Walsall Manager: The Market Begins to Move
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Next Walsall Manager: The Market Begins to Move

Here we take a look at who could become the Saddlers next manager.
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As the dust begins to settle on the Saddlers' latest managerial departure, oddsmakers have started to come to a consensus on who is likely to be the next man to take the hot seat in WS1.

As caretaker managers Neil McDonald and Mat Sadler - both of whom can be backed with odds of 12/1 and 33/1 respectively - continue to prepare their side for Saturday's League Two meeting with Tranmere Rovers, our friends at The Sack Race have compiled a list of the current candidates.
Currently sitting atop the list is former Walsall midfielder Dean Holden, currently working for Championship side Stoke City, Dean is the outright favourite with odds of just 2/1.
Former Chesterfield boss James Rowe and ex-Newport County manager Michael Flynn are available at odds of 6/1 with both being heavily linked with a variety of other vacancies too.

Kidderminster Harriers boss Russ Penn, who is currently assisted by former Saddlers defender James O'Connor, is at 12/1, whilst Saddlers legend and former manager Dean Keates can be backed at 14/1.

Ian Holloway, Keith Curle, Marc Bircham, Warren Joyce and Sam Ricketts are currently all 16/1 to be the one to try and drag the Saddlers away from danger as former Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal and England captain Sol Campbell sits among a group of people with odds of 20/1.
Among the long list of potential new managers are the highly experienced Neil Warnock (25/1), Mick McCarthy (33/1) and Chris Powell (33/1) as the market is likely to continue to shift as the oddsmakers look to tie down who is truly likely to be the next through the door at the Banks's.
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