With regard to Silva, he's called the mini Mourinho. Largely because he did his football badges in Largs in Scotland. Same place Moyes and Ferguson went, same place Unsworth did his badges. I think he actually teaches some of B badge courses.
With regard to success in German coaching, I think you have to conclude that a good education is playing a role, given how many are finding success. It's not ones with a good network or with the same mentor, they are coming from everywhere and are increasingly young. I think we have to consider that it at least gives a very good jumping off point, and there will be some big lessons ahead.
In Germany, you often have a director of football to worry about transfers and Walsh has bought a lot of potential. But Unsworth identified DCL, he gave Beni some game time, Lookman, Davies looked more determined. And actually Rooney goals aside, most of players with goals, assists and performances played in under 23s last season. I'm excited to see what he can do with younger players bought, like Sandro, Keane, Klaassen and Vlasic, who maybe need a bit of time and varying amounts of work. Vlasic for example looked ready to play, but with more to come. Others can work their way into team and could yet become very important.
We'll likely get Gueye returning to form, Jags and Williams as a reliable centre back pairing for time being. With more belief and effort, I think we'll create and get goals, but it will need to happen fast and there isn't a lot of obvious, reliable routes in the first team from the starting point. But it could change very quickly if players start scoring, we have enough talent they could start coming from a few places.