Rugby

Div, White for England job?

2011-11-17 14:14
Peter de Villiers
Cape Town - Current Springbok coach Peter de Villiers and former Springbok coach Jake White are two of a number of names being touted by bookies to take over the England job from outgoing coach Martin Johnson.

According to Bet.co.za, current Brumbies coach Jake White is 12/1 to take over one of most high profile jobs in world rugby, whilst Eddie Jones joins White at 12/1.

Another former Springbok coach Nick Mallett is in at 16/1 whilst Peter de Villiers joins Mallett at 16/1 to take over the England hotseat.

Brendan Venter, at 28/1 is the next South African name being thrown into the hat.

The favourite to take over from Martin Johnson is Rugby World Cup-winning former All Blacks coach Graham Henry, at 16/10.

BET.CO.ZA odds
on the next England manager:


Graham Henry - 16/10
Jim Mallinder - 25/10
Eddie Jones - 12/1
Jake White - 12/1 
Nick Mallet - 16/1
Peter de Villiers - 16/1

Warren Gatland - 20/1
Shaun Edwards - 22/1
Clive Woodward - 22/1
Toby Booth - 25/1
Richard Cockerill - 25/1
Dave Ellis - 25/1
Brendan Venter - 28/1
Mike Catt - 33/1
Michael Cheika - 33/1

* Check out these odds on BET.CO.ZA

 

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