Simon Stone in his latest article said: "Zidane won every honour in the game at Real, but there is uncertainty over the amount of hands-on coaching he did"
Like Ole, Zidane doesn't actually COACH the team, he's a man manager who was given the keys to the most effective and robust team in the world at the height of superstardom, and has no experience elsewhere. Huge risk.
People have been begging for a Klopp, Tuchel, a Pep. These are managers who are extremely hands on, who help develop and mould players, it's why they're successful. They teach them things. Chasing a big name for the sake of because he won trophies feels totally wrong.
If our squad is heavily under-coached, and it is, Zidane is the LAST person I want coming here. I want someone who is going to delve into the minutia of everything we are trying to do with each player.