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Bookies Verdict Over New Plymouth Argyle Manager
2:55pm 4th January 2013
Pirate FM can reveal the bookies choice to take over as the new Plymouth Argyle manager.
Ex-Barnsley gaffer Keith Hill is odds-on favourite, after Carl Fletcher was sacked.
Current caretaker Romain Larrieu is the outsider bet with odds of 16-1.
William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly said their punters still see the Pilgrims as a relegation risk.
He said: "They're 100-3- to be relegated, so they're fourth favourites. Obviously with two clubs going down from League Two now, there is obviously a chance, although anything can happen. And a couple of wins down at the bottom of the table and everything changes again.
"Keith Hill, who's recently just been sacked by Barnsley, he's the 6-4 favourite to get the job. Phil Brown is 7-2 second favourite, then there's a list which goes all the way down to Roman Larrieu. How much Plymouth fans would love to see him get the job. He's 16-1 outsider."2:55pm 4th January 2013
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