Whichever manager comes in, or if Koeman continues, they haven't got an easy task ahead of them
It's taking a once great side with high expectations who haven't done anything of note at the top end of the table for 30 years
No obvious choice for a manager to take us forward
Who has experience of taking a sleeping giant back to the top?
The most stellar name available is probably Carlo Ancellotti. Great CV, he's managed some top teams
Has he got experience with a mid table side though and Turning them into a great side again?
I think most of his experience is rocking up at sides who are expected to be competing for the league and keeping them at that level and winning trophies. He's managed Bayern, Milan, Chelsea, PSG, Juve all at the top end
No guarantee that he would be the right man to look after this bunch of losers!
Thomas Tuchel is another manager who would appear to be well regarded and in demand. By all accounts he has done well with Augsburg, Mainz and Dortmund and Bayern are being linked with him to be their next permanent manager. Can he cut it in England?is he out of reach for us?
Other end of the spectrum the likes of Sean Dyche, Eddie Howe have done well with small clubs with low expectations. Are they worth taking a risk on to see if they can cut it at a higher level?
And then we have the likes of Marco Silva, seemed to improve Hull a lot in a short space of time and is now doing a great job at Watford having had success in Portugal. He's young and seems to be adapting well to managing in england. Personally I would like Silva to be given a chance