I can see unsworth getting a managers job in the near future.
Stubbs got the hibs job doing a much worse job.
Obviously I'd like him to stay and continue his good work but it'll be interesting to see how he gets on.
I've wondered for a while why there isn't a loan system for coaches like there is for players.
We could send unsy somewhere for 2 years for example.
It'd be cheap for the hiring club as they wouldn't have to pay full manager wages, there wouldn't be potential compensation packages etc. should things not be working out and they'd have access to up and coming coaches from the top clubs.
The coaches would have to take a potential hit on what they might be earning if they were working independently (outside of the loan system) but they might be offered more opportunities if the financial risk is lower and therefore gain more exposure.
Meanwhile we would get to see these coaches in the real world.
I think part of the reason may be that there's still a need in England to think that your manager might be there for 5-10 years and therefore a short term loan isn't ideal. But I think everything is moving away from this so maybe it will happen?