Got to thinking the other day that there must be a hell of a lot of football managers out of work and some of them are really top manager/coaches mixed in with a lot of the usual suspects we tend to see in England Valverde Setien Lampard Allegri Sarri Silva Spalletti Dunga Hughes Klinsman Sanchez Flores Mazzarri Viera Wilder Wagner Howe (May have joined Celtic) Plenty more too and by the end of the season in a few weeks there will be a shed load more like Heckingbottom and Big Sam, Pulis etc. Whoever takes over from Bielsa will be top drawer as has been said by Kinnear and Radz and in fact Bielsa has already drawn up a list of suitable candidates. My own personal view is that Eddie Howe should be employed 6 months before Bielsa leaves and comes to learn from him, learn the club and staff, academy etc. Nothing wrong with Eddie doing his own thing when he takes over, but really needs to listen to Bielsa and how he thinks and why he thinks a certain way. There are plenty of Bielsa disciples but they all do it their own way. Pochetino, Pep, Klopp, Sampoale and many more all do a version of Bielsaball, but in their own way and indeed Simeoni does it with a low press and bases it on a solid defence but very quickly turns everything on its head and that’s why he has won so many European competitions and will also win La Liga this season ahead of the usual suspects. I never want to be associated with names like Pullis, Warnock, Big Mick, Big Sam ever again. I have loved the exotic and the beauty of not seeing snow on the ball. So who would you like to see, myself it would Jeorge Sampaole who has followed Bielsa in Argentina and indeed the national team, the Chile national team, Mexico clubs and now Olypique Marseille on recommendation of Bielsa.