Okay, so it's not the majority by a long stretch but there do seem to be a few posts turning the noses up at some of the suggested shortlist. I don't get it, genuinely. Danny had no managerial experience before us but okay he was a 'name' as a player. So was Viv Anderson but that didn't make him any good as a manager. Who was Lee Johnson when we appointed him? Young coach who'd done okay at Oldham. Their fans were hardly crying buckets when he left. Who was Paul Heckingbottom when we appointed him? Academy manager with zero first team games under his belt. Just because the Scott's league is sh*te (sorry Arabian Ian) doesn't mean a manager / head coach from Scotland can't be any good. With the possible exception of Bassett, when have we ever appointed a "name" manager? I get that with our precarious position there's a logic behind someone who has been there and done it - but it doesn't mean that they've been there and done it with a group of kids assembled with virtually no experience at that level. I'd like Mick Mac for the romance of the returning hero and experience he brings. If not him the chap Potter in Sweden is intriguing and seems worth a go. If not him - aren't they all a lottery?