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Mourinho cut to 2-1 to leave United this season

| 24.10.2016
SPORTSBOOK ODDS

Jose Mourinho has been cut into 2-1 (from 7-2) by leading bookmaker Coral not to be in charge of Manchester United for the final Premier League game of the 2016/17 season after his side were hammered 4-0 this afternoon, while the former Chelsea man is 1-3 to remain at the club for that game.

United are odds-on at 1-2 not to win a major trophy this season following their defeat to Chelsea. Mourinho and reds are 6-4, on the other hand, to win a trophy.

In the Premier League outright market, Chelsea have been cut into 13-2 (from 8-1), Manchester City are out to 6-4 (from 11-10) after they were held to a draw with Southampton, while Manchester United are now as big as 20-1.

**Jose Mourinho to be in charge of Manchester United for final game of the 2016/17 Premier League season
1-3 Yes, 2 No

**Manchester United to win a major trophy in 2016/17 season
6-4 Yes, 1-2 No

**Premier League outright
6-4 Manchester City, 11-4 Liverpool, 11-2 Arsenal, 13-2 Chelsea, 9 Tottenham, 20 Manchester United, 150 Bar

**Top 4
1-20 Manchester City, 1-5 Liverpool, 1-2 Arsenal, 4-6 Tottenham, Chelsea, 13-10 Manchester United, 10 Everton, Southampton, 16 Leicester, 66 Bar

**Relegation
2-5 Sunderland, Hull, 4-5 Burnley, 2 Swansea, 5-2 Middlesbrough, 11-2 West Brom, 8 Stoke, Watford 9 Bar

ENDS

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John Hill 07889 645520

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John Hill

John is the newest member of the PR team having joined in April 2014. In his previous role he worked as a broadcaster where he could be heard building up to the action in horse racing, greyhounds and a range of sports.
As a PR manager he will be responsible for Coral's news website providing the latest market movers, as well as various other media relations, including Box Nation and RPGTV.
John is a proud Rochdale fan having been born in the town which has produced the likes of Gracie Fields and Lisa Stansfield.