Fonseca for me, but I believe heíd have a tougher job on his hands - high pressing teams need very athletic players, we do not have. Also, he has a wealth of creative players at his disposal also, again, players we do not have.
Silva - I am on board like, but I can understand reservations. Would like to see some deeper analysis on him over his career - specifically of the sort statsbomb have done in the past, looking at attacking efficiency vs defensive efficiency. Chances created vs chances allowed.
You can use this not just to see how a team, which is going to be about 80% impacted by the squad, fared but how much of an impact the manager and his tactics actually have on performance of a side e.g if mark Hughes takes over your squad of worldies, youíre going to make chances through talent of players, but his tactics are likely to put a cap on HOW many you can create :https://statsbomb.com/2013/10/introducing-manager-fingerprints/
I do think his tactics are like Iíve said - modern hodgson, positionally tight and close down passing lanes then break quickly. Mourinho shout not a million miles away. Wouldnít mind seeing hull and Watfordís possession & passing stats also.
Think silva could hit the ground running. Schneiderlin is actually a very good passer in terms of playing into space for attackers, but we could definitely do with a very good progressive passer and dribbler in the middle for turning that defence into attack.
Emery - Iím slightly turned off by the fact he is regarded to have failed at PSG. I also donít really know how he plays. Iím sure I could be convinced.
Whatever happens, I have to say Iím quite happy with the news that brands is now heading up recruitment.