Next Aston Villa Manager Betting Odds
Iconic Spanish manager Unai Emery is the current manager at Aston Villa and unless Emery decides to move elsewhere, it's highly unlikely that Aston Villa will be looking for a new coach anytime soon! After the dismal spells of Dean Smith and Steven Gerrard, Villa fans were counting their lucky stars when it was announced Unai Emery would be taking over the role. Emery has four European trophies to his name from his time in Spain and it certainly wouldn't surprise anybody if he made it five with Aston Villa in the coming years.
Emery took Villa from 16th to 7th during his first half season with the club, losing just six games in the remaining 25 after Villa had lost 7 in their opening 13. In their final 15 games, Villa won 10 of them, helping to secure a spot in the Europa Conference League in the 2023/24 season.
Aston Villa - Previous Manager history
|November 2021 - October 2022
|October 2018 - November 2021
|October 2016 - October 2018
|Roberto Di Matteo
|June 2016 - October 2016
|November 2015 - March 2016
|February 2015 - October 2015
|June 2012 - February 2015
|June 2011 - May 2012
|September 2010 - June 2011
|August 2006 - August 2010
- To be included managers must have coached at least 10 consecutive games.
- List begins at 2010
Unai Emery's time at Aston Villa
Emery has only finished half a season as Aston Villa but the signs already look good. The Spaniard would have hoped for better performances in the Domestic Cup competitions but the main aim was to get Aston Villa away from relegation and eventually back into Europe. Emery managed this feat in half a season. So we believe it's very unlikely that Unai Emery leaves Aston Villa in the near future. Unfortunately for many Premier League clubs, the two look like a perfect match.
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Who will be the next Aston Villa manager?
Who will be the next name to take over at Villa Park? Well, unless Unai Emery gets an offer that he feels is more attractive, we likely won't find out for another year at least. Aston Villa have their sights on the Champions League and even if they fall short and only make it into the Europa League, it will have still been an excellent season for Aston Villa. Could Manchester United or Paris Saint Germain be looking at Unai Emery's performances? Would he even want to go? It's impossible to know, particularly with the Villa head coach position looking like a perfect fit for Emery who took Villa from fighting to avoid falling into the relegation zone into title contenders. It doesn't look like Emery or his assistant manager Pako Ayestarán will be leaving Villa Park anytime soon. Of course, if you believe otherwise, you can check out our manager betting markets