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Owen Coyle, the manager of the Bolton Wanderers has been fired following the poor performance of the team at the start of the season. The Bolton Wanderers got relegated from the English Premier League the last term and they currently reside at the eightieth position in the Championship with nine points after winning three games from the ten matches that they have played. Ladbrokes is offering odds on who will take over the position of the departed Owen Coyle. Mick McCarthy, the ex manager of Wolves is the bookies' favorite with odds of eleven to four. As for other candidates, Sammy Lee has odds of ten to one and Ole Gunnar Solksjaer has odds of eight to one.

Commenting on this, Owen Coyle stated that he understands the disappointment of everyone because he understands how the world of football works. He then started to talk about the special relationship between him and Phil Gartside, the chairman. He also said that sometimes, people have to make hard choices such as axing a manager. He also said that he is sure that this decision was a hard one and that it was not taken with ease. Although being a hard choice but it was a decision that had to be taken and everyone involved including him will have to get over it and move on.

On the other hand, Phil Gartside stated that Owen Coyle gave the job his best and that he led the Bolton Wanderers thought tough challenges. Despite doing his best, the decision had to be taken so the team can fulfill the targets that it had set at the start of the season.


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The British land based and online bookmaker and gambling operator William Hill that has more than two-thousand and three hundred shops has changed the odds that it is offering for the presidential elections of the United States of America this last Thursday. These odds changed following the first debate between the current President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney who is running for the Republican Party. Although this is a great wagering opportunity, players will not be able to place wagers on this election at the kiosks and sport books that belong to William Hill in the state of Nevada because the company did not get the approvals needed to take wagers and offer odds on the 2012 United States election.

The change in the odds witnessed a drop in the odds on the victory of Mitt Romney from four to one down to eleven to four. As for President Barack Obama, the odds went from one to seven to one to four. According to William Hill, following the first debate, the camp of Mitt Romney was very encouraged by the performance of their candidate and it showed that this election race is not one-sided as some people believed. The presidential election of the United States is not the sole specialty bet that is on offer at William Hill as the bookmaker is offering odds on the falling of snow at Buckingham Palace on Christmas Day, the odds for that specialty bet is eight to one.

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