McCarthy favourite for Bolton post

Mick McCarthy is BetVictor's 7/4 favourite to be the next manager of Bolton Wanderers following the news that Owen Coyle has left the club.

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McCarthy: Bolton favourite

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McCarthy has parted ways with the Championship outfit after winning just three of the clubs 10 league games to date.

Spokesperson Charlie McCann said: "We have been betting on the next manager at the club for over a week now and former Wolves and Republic of Ireland manager McCarthy has been the mover in recent days, although once again Manchester United's former legend Ole Gunner Solksjaer has been well backed and is now 7/1."

Next manager of Bolton:

M McCarthy 7/4

A Curbishley 6/1

Ole G-Solksjaer 7/1

Rafa Benitez 12/1

B Davies 12/1

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