Eastleigh manager Richard Hill 33-1 for Kidderminster job



First published in Sport

EASTLEIGH’S Richard Hill is a 33/1 shot to succeed Steve Burr as manager of Kidderminster Harriers.

Burr was sacked yesterday despite Kiddy earning a draw against League One Peterborough in the FA Cup third round on Saturday and still being level on points with the Skrill Conference Premier play-off contenders.

BetVictor have installed ex-Coventry City manager Andy Thorn as 1-3 favourite to succeed Burr followed by Burr’s assistant Gary Whild (6/1) and Nuneaton Town boss Kevin Wilkin (12/1).

Hill, who led Eastleigh to the Conference South play-offs last season and has just signed his first contract for the Spitfires, is 33/1 behind Brian Laws and Martin Allen (both 25/1).

Other names quoted at 33/1 include Havant & Waterlooville’s Lee Bradbury and ex-Saints pair Tim Flowers and Micky Adams.

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