Zidane isn't even on my list personally. He walked into a proven side that didn't take much doing with. Would be really disappointed if he got the job. Without question my first choice would be Pochettino. With limited resources he's done a great job. His players seem to love him too, bit like your lads with Klopp.
There are very few if any top managers would take the job on, it's no quick fix and the vast majority of your fellow supporters want instant success, trophy absence breeds rebellion at your yard quicker than most.
Mourinho's appointment and his failure to win everything in sight has been met with the above scenario.
How many managers would walk into the mountain of challenges the post will throw at them?
The immediate challenge is the Mourinho question, we know the process when he is unable to buy instead of create success, Mourinho starts acting the pr**k - not too difficult granted - actively looking to get paid off.
Deep sh*t beckons.
Will Glazer's offspring be willing to throw a billion at the rebuild, a reconstruction that may or may not transpire?
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