Next Brentford Manager Betting Odds

Thomas Frank has done an exceptional job as manager of Brentford but their aim will ultimately be to stay in the Premier League again next year. Their main talisman - Ivan Toney should return during the January winter break, so as long as Brentford can pick-up enough points to stay above the relegation zone before then, the Brentford board will likely be content with Frank’s performance.

Next Manager to be Sacked Odds

After taking over Brentford, Thomas Frank has taken them to the Premier League and during his first two seasons, there was no threat of relegation. In 2023/24, many Brentford fans will be concerned about the prospect of relegation. However, if Brentford can pick up wins in the first half of the campaign, there will be no worries about them in the latter stages.

Brentford Previous Manager history

NameTenureWin Percentage
Dean SmithNovember 2015 - November 201839.58%
Lee CarsleySeptember 2015 - November 201550%
Marinus DijkhuizenJune 2015 - September 201522.22%
Mark WarburtonDecember 2013 - May 201553.85%
Uwe RoslerJune 2011 - December 201344.12%
Nicky ForsterFebruary 2011 - May 201142.86%
Andy ScottDecember 2007 - February 201140.48%
  • Goes back to managers at the start of 2010 and onward.

Thomas Frank's time at Brentford

SeasonLeague RecordFA CupEFL Cup
2022-239th (15-14-9)R3R3
2021-2213th (13-7-18)R4QF
2020-213rd (24-15-7)*R4SF
2019-203rd (24-9-13)*R4R1
2018-1911th (14-7-14)**R5R3

*Championship Season **Stats from season after Thomas Frank took over.

Who will be the next Brentford manager?

Honestly, if Brentford change their manager it will likely be because Thomas Frank signs for another club rather than the club choosing to sack him. Frank signed for the club back in 2016 as an assistant coach and his rise since then has made him a very popular football manager. However, Frank has been consistently linked with clubs with a higher ceiling than Brentford, so if he decides to take a role elsewhere, Brentford might look for another head coach.

If that was to happen this season, we could see Graham Potter sitting towards the top of the next manager odds, providing he isn't planning on becoming the next England manager after the world cup. Potter still has a point to prove in English football after his Chelsea sacking and as Frank signed a new contract which should keep him as Brentford boss until 2027, he will likely only leave if approach by a 'big club'.

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