If they decide not to give Unsworth an extended run I would rather have Dyche than some foreign manager from outside the PL, and probably unfamiliar with our club and its current players.
I think Dyche would be a safe and familiar option, in the same way that Koeman and to a lesser extent Martinez and Moyes were. I want an exciting appointment, in the shape of a Silva, Tuchel, Vitoria type that for me has a higher ceiling than Dyche. Maybe I'm more excited about the mystique of a foreign manager, I don't know.
Maybe now might not be the best time to take a risk, I'd give it Unsworth for an extended period and then evaluate.
If we are to aim at the top 6 then surely we need a manager/coach that is equal to them. As good as Dyche has been, I don't get that vibe. In fact there's not many, if any, I get that vibe from in this country, which is why I disagree with you about dismissing anyone from abroad. Outside the top 6, the quality required to take us to the next step doesn't appear to be already in England.*
Take a chance on a Tuchel, I've warmed to this idea.
*not to say there aren't good young managers here at the moment
Silva has obviously impressed but I'd like to see how Watford's season pans out to see if he can be the real deal
Wagner is impressing, but is inexperienced.
Santo at Wolves has impressed me, and he probably has a similar pedigree to Silva overseas. Again, see how Wolves get on.
And I'm not completely bashing young English coaches, Howe has done brilliantly and Gary Rowett was building a decent reputation before being unfairly sacked at the mess of a club that is Birmingham. Just none of them are that elite level like the top 6 have. Dyche himself is good
Our best bet is to find our version of a Poch, a young, hungry manager with great tactical understanding and has grown a reputation on the continent but is not quite at the elite level yet. For me Dyche is not that