Bournemouth next manager odds: Thierry Henry ODDS-ON favourite to beat Terry, Lampard and Vieira to Cherries appointment02/17/2021
ARSENAL legend Thierry Henry has stormed into contention for the Bournemouth job.
The Cherries have been without a permanent manager since sacking Jason Tindall after six months in charge at the Vitality Stadium.
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But an appointment looks imminent with Gunners icon Henry installed as the odds-on 1/2 favourite to take the vacant position.
The Cherries had dozens of applicants for the role with Patrick Vieira, John Terry and David Wagner all interviewing over Zoom.
However, they all trail 43-year-old Henry, who tops Bournemouth's shortlist of candidates.
The Mirror claim the Championship side 'have convinced' Henry to become their new gaffer and could potentially take charge of the weekend's trip to QPR.
Jonathan Woodgate was appointed as interim boss and started brightly with victories over Birmingham and Premier League side Burnley in the FA Cup.
Bournemouth next manager odds – Coral
- Thierry Henry – 1/2
- David Wagner – 5/2
- John Terry – 8/1
- Jonathan Woodgate – 10/1
- Marco Silva – 14/1
- Patrick Vieira – 16/1
- Frank Lampard – 20/1
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