Martin O'Neil's odds shorten in race to become Crystal Palace boss
The odds on Martin O'Neil becoming the new Crystal Palace manager have dropped heavily in the last 24 hours.
The former Celtic, Aston Villa and Leicester City boss, who began is managerial career at Grantham Town in Lincolnshire, is now third favourite with Ladbrokes at 9/2.
Tony Pulis remains the most likely choice according to the betting at 11/10, with former Palace star Chris Coleman at 3/1.
O'Neil managed Grantham Town between 1987 and 1989 before going on to build a reputation as one of the best managers around at Leicester City, Celtic and Aston Villa.
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His last job was at Premier League outfit Sunderland.
It comes after Ian Holloway, who guided the Eagles to play-off glory over Watford in May, left the Selhurst Park outfit on Wednesday.
He left the Eagles languishing 19th in the Premier League table.