Steve Clarke consoles Scott McTominay after the defeat by Hungary. But could it be his last game in charge of the Scottish national team?Steve Clarke consoles Scott McTominay after the defeat by Hungary. But could it be his last game in charge of the Scottish national team?
Steve Clarke consoles Scott McTominay after the defeat by Hungary. But could it be his last game in charge of the Scottish national team? | Getty Images

Next Scotland Manager Odds: Ex-Man Utd, Rangers and Sunderland men tipped to replace Steve Clarke after Euro 2024 exit

Who is favourite to replace Steve Clarke as Scotland head coach if he was to depart following the Tartan Army’s early exit from Euro 2024?

As the dust begins to settle on Scotland’s exit from the 2024 European Championships, many have questioned if the Scottish FA - or indeed Steve Clarke himself - will decide to continue with the ex-Kilmarnock boss heading into the next campaign.

While the Scotland boss has a contract that would take him up until the World Cup in 2026, there are concerns at the team’s meek exit at the group stage that saw them muster just one goal.

Clarke, 60, became the first man in 23 years to lead Scotland into a major tournament at Euro 2020 and doubled his money when his side were magnificent in the qualifying stages to make this year’s competition.

However, two defeats and sole draw in their second game vs Switzerland meant they ended the tournament with just one point and rock bottom of their group for the second European Championship campaign in a row. The disappointing performances have led to some fans and pundits to question if a change may happen at the top.

But who would be the favourite to take the Scotland reigns if Clarke was to depart? Here are the latest odds*.

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