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Former Manchester United boss David Moyes is the new joint favourite to replace Rémi Garde as Aston Villa manager, betting company William Hill said.
Odds for Moyes taking over at Villa Park have been slashed from 3/1 to 2/1, putting him alongside former Leicester boss Nigel Pearson as the bookies' favourite.
Eric Black has taken over as acting manager, following the announcement on Tuesday night that Garde had left the club by mutual consent.
According to William Hill, the odds on the various contenders are as follows:
- 2/1 David Moyes
- 2/1 Nigel Pearson
- 8/1 Gary Monk
- 8/1 Sean Dyche
- 10/1 Mick McCarthy
- 12/1 Steve McClaren
- 12/1 Tony Pulis
- 14/1 Kevin Mcdonald
- 14/1 Neil Lennon
- 14/1 Steve Bruce
- 16/1 Gary Roweth
- 16/1 Ryan Giggs
- 16/1 Stuart Pearce
- 20/1 Brendan Rodgers
- 20/1 Roy Keane
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Rémi Garde has left his position as Aston Villa manager "by mutual consent", the club has announced.
The Frenchman replaced Tim Sherwood in November on a three-and-a-half year deal but was unable to revive the club's fortunes.
He leaves Villa bottom of the table and 12 points off safety, with relegation to the Championship now almost inevitable.
In a statement the club said:
The club would like to place on record its sincere thanks to Rémi for all his efforts during a difficult period and wish him well in the future.
Eric Black will take over as acting manager until the club appoints a new manager.
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Notts County have appointed a new Chief Executive Officer, it was reveaed today.
The new CEO has been named as 43-year-old Jason Turner.
Turner has experience in the sport, having held football administration roles with Cardiff City as Club Secretary, Plymouth Argyle as General Manager and most recently Newport County as Chief Executive Officer.
He'll be in charge of overseeing the day-to-day running of the Club and begins on April 4.
Former CEO Julian Winter resigned earlier this month.
"The number one priority has to be to get some stability and move the Club back up the table and into League One as soon as possible. That's the shared vision of everyone here and, in my opinion, everybody has their part to play.”
Leicester City goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel has been named Denmark's male player of the year.
As well as playing for Premier League leader Leicester City, the 29-year-old has eighteen caps for Denmark.
His father, former Manchester United keeper Peter Schmeichel, tweeted about the win.
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