An Irish bookmakers has been labelled "sick" after it offered odds of 66/1 that dead footballer, Ugo Ehiogu, would replace sacked Birmingham City boss Harry Redknapp.
Former Aston Villa and Leeds United defender, Ehiogu, died following a cardiac arrest in April. He was 44 years-old.
Paddy Power described the incident as a "genuine error".
Football fans described the incident as "sick" and "disgusting" on social media.
Paddy Power issued a statement apologising to Ehiogu's family.
"This was a genuine error, a trader re-used an old market as a template for this one, and didn't notice that Mr Ehiogu was included," said the spokesperson.
"Obviously, that was a mistake, one which was rectified as soon as it was spotted, within minutes."