Sheffield Wednesday: Here's the bookies' latest odds for the Owls job as former player storms in as third favourite

Sheffield Wednesday are continuing their efforts to secure a new manager, following a positive weekend in which the club's soft transfer embargo was finally lifted.

Monday, 29th July 2019, 1:22 pm
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Here's the Sky Bet’s latest odds on the next manager to take the reins at Hillsborough.

Odds: 20/1. The former Argentina international has cropped up in the bookies' odds, after apparently being tipped for the job by Mauricio Pochettino over weekend.
Odds: 20/1. He was the initial shock front-runner for the job, but he's now a long way off the lead contenders for the position.

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Odds: 20/1. The 40-year-old was recently sacked by Birmingham City, and spent a loan spell with the Owls as a player back in the early '00s.
Odds: 20/1. The charismatic German took Barnsley up to the Championship at the first time of asking last season, and his side won an impressive 30 games in all competitions.
Odds: 20/1. He last position was at Nottingham Forest, where he picked up a fairly unimpressive 30% win rate in his one year spell.
Odds: 16/1. The 40-year-old led Lincoln to League One glory last season, and is a rising star in the football management game.
Odds: 14/1. the Welshman is looking for a new club after leaving Middlesbrough in May, and he's said to have tossed his hat into the ring for the Owls position.
Odds: 10/1. A surprise second favourite for the role last week, the Wolves assistant manager has now drifted significantly from his initial 5/2 odds.
Odds: 8/1. The former Wales boss had drifted considerably at the end of last week, but he's now back among the favourites again.
Odds: 6/1. He's been in charge of the Owls' on an interim basis, and has made an excellent case for getting the job after a solid pre-season.
Odds: 9/2. Pearson has previously managed the likes of Leicester City and Derby, and has seen the odds of him managing the club he once played for improve steadily.
Odds: 9/4. Released by Brighton at the end of last season, he's was one of the fans' initial favourites to take the reins at Hillsborough, and he's now a strong contender to get the job.
Odds: 2/1: The former Stoke City boss is the bookies' favourite for the job. For now...