Former Huddersfield Town manager Neil Warnock is among the long list of names being touted to be the new England manager by the bookies.
Roy Hodgson resigned in the aftermath of the Three Lions' humiliating defeat to Iceland in the last 16 of Euro 2016.
Gary Neville and Ray Lewington have followed him out of the door.
It has led to furious speculation on the identity of his successor and Neil Warnock is available as a 50/1 outsider in the betting.
Former Leeds United boss Steve Evans is available at 100/1, while other Championship suggestions include Aston Villa manager Roberto Di Matteo (80/1), Kenny Jackett (100/1), and Nigel Clough (100/1).
Gareth Southgate is the favourite to take on the poisoned chalice of the England hotseat, while Glenn Hoddle is the bookies' second choice to revive a role he departed back in 1999.
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