Moyes seems to have lost the behind-the-scenes nous that made us so stable when he was here. Tactics are not enough to prop him up.
Martinez didn't care enough about fitness or defensive organization and we weren't that good with the ball either. Plus, I have too many bad memories of him talking about how we played with a "real intensity" in matches where we were beaten to every 50-50 ball.
I can't work out what Koeman wanted us to do this season. We weren't organized off the ball and we had no plan with it. Also, he's a poor man manager.
I can't work out what Unsworth wanted us to do this season. We weren't organized off the ball and we had no plan with it. He's a good guy, though, and he has time to learn.
Allardyce could end up being the the best of the bunch (on current form) just based on knowing what he is and having a well-defined plan -- defensive organization, avoiding cheap turnovers, scoring goals off of individual quality and set pieces. We'll see.