It's time for us to learn from our mistakes and go with a results-based appointment. We've tried the "promising up and coming manager" in Martinez and we've tried the "champion player so must be a good manager" approach in Koeman. Neither worked. The only relevant questions should now be "What have you won? What have you achieved?" Cups don't count - any team in football can go on a lucky run.
This was why I was keen on Pellegrini when we were linked.
Was he the most inspiring choice? No.
But at least he had first hand experience of what it would take to win the prem