Frank Lampard is the bookmakers’ favorite to grow to be England’s subsequent Below-21 supervisor following their exit from the European Championship.
The Younger Lions crashed out of the European Championship on the group stage for the second successive event on Wednesday.
After dropping to Switzerland and Portugal of their opening two video games, Aidy Boothroyd’s males wanted to beat Croatia by a two-goal margin to have any hope of qualifying to the knockout stage.
And with Portugal beating Switzerland, England appeared to have executed simply that because of targets from Eberechi Eze and Curtis Jones.
Nonetheless, Domagoj Bradaric’s marvel objective from vary within the first minute of stoppage-time broke England hearts.
Boothroyd’s England contract expires this summer time and severe questions shall be requested of his failure to get one of the best out of the promising expertise at his disposal.
Betfair has former Chelsea boss Frank Lampard as the two/1 favorite to switch Boothroyd within the England U21 scorching seat.
Lampard, who gained 106 caps for England, has been out of labor since being sacked by the Blues in January along with his solely different managerial expertise coming at Derby within the Championship.
Eddie Howe is Betfair’s second favorite at 15/2 to get the Younger Lions job, whereas Chris Wilder (9/1) and Gary Neville (10/1) observe carefully behind.
Plenty of different former England gamers are additionally within the operating for the submit, together with John Terry (14/1), Michael Carrick (16/1), Paul Scholes (25/1) and Wayne Rooney (33/1)
Beneath you’ll be able to see the newest odds on who’s in competition to be Boothroyd’s successor, based on Betfair.
Subsequent England Below-21 supervisor odds
- Frank Lampard 2/1
- Eddie Howe 15/2
- Chris Wilder 9/1
- Gary Neville 10/1
- Phil Neville 10/1
- Ian Foster 12/1
- Danny Cowley 12/1
- John Terry 14/1
- Michael Carrick 16/1
- Nicky Butt 18/1
- Lee Bowyer 20/1
- Scott Parker 20/1
- Paul Scholes 25/1
- Jamie Carragher 33/1
- Wayne Rooney 33/1
- Sol Campbell 33/1
- Joey Barton 40/1
- Michael Owen 40/1
- David Beckham 50/1
- Alan Shearer 50/1
- Dean Smith 50/1
talkSPORT host Andy Goldstein slammed Boothroyd’s ‘silly errors’ for the Younger Lions untimely Euro 2021 departure.
He stated: “The explanation we’ve not gained something for 37 years is nothing to do with that. It’s due to errors that somebody like Aidy Bootroyd or Aidy Boothroyd has remodeled these years.
“In 2019, he put Phil Foden on the bench as we crashed out of the event towards Romania.
“The sport earlier than that, Phil Foden was head and shoulders above everybody in that aspect and scored an unbelievable objective.
“Phil Foden, head and shoulders above everybody in a sport we should win to remain within the competitors, he dropped him.
“That’s the explanation why we don’t win due to silly errors, silly choices being made.”