Potter - won't come unless it's in the summer.
Dunc - can take the Villa game but ultimately we give him it until the end of the season or he needs to move on from Everton because career wise being the man next to 5 failed managers isn't a good look to it
Garcia - untested in the league, country and his CV isn't too hot.
Jose - 5 years ago YES ALL DAY, today not so much plus he would need a shedloads of money.
Rooney - it's just too soon for him and too much of a gamble on a very inexperienced manager.
Lampard - did well at Derby and well at Chelsea but that wasn't until he started to spend money like Little Fat Frank in the sweet shop.
Martinez - if it's interim until the end of the season, possibly but he wants to come back permanently but we paid him £10m to F Off so I doubt Moshiri will be a fan.
For me, I want stability and reliability quickly so Duncan for Villa, get that bounce back appeal and hopefully 3 points in the meanwhile we have drawn up a Manager list plus Director of Football list.
My pick if we can't get Potter,
Nico Kovac - ex Bayern, Monaco and Croatia manager
Double winner at Bayern, took a struggling Monaco from relegation battle to 3rd and won the German Cup with Eintracht Frankfurt.
Left Monaco despite them being 6th so he is free and available now
On his style of play: "Every coach has his own philosophy, his own way of thinking about football. At Frankfurt, at Bayern, it was different. I have to find the best system and the best tactics for this team. That said, I like intense football. To play with intensity, you have to work hard physically and be in top form. To be at the top tactically and technically, you have to be in good shape. Our first official match is in August so we have time. We'll do our best. When you change clubs, you have to have an overview to decide on the system. It's not easy to define our style but we can play with a four- or five-man defence. Every coach has two or three possible systems. We will see."
On the youngsters: "The important thing is to have a good mix but what matters to me is their level. I'm convinced we'll be able to bring young players back into the first team. We believe in giving opportunities to young players. Young players put pressure on the old ones."
A very very good coach.