It's obviously not going to be Conte, Agnelli would never take him back. For me, it's either Poch, Inzaghi, or Allegri. I don't see Zidane leaving Madrid yet. If he does, he would be my first choice for both mental and tactical reasons. I don't think that any player would take anything for granted and we would certainly not see a shameful lackluster performance like yesterday's with him at the helm. Inzaghi would be my last pick. Between Poch and Allegri I would still lean towards Allegri simply because of his proven record and because I truly think he still has some unfinished business here. With the players already acquired and a few more acquisitions i actually see him doing really well here again. Having said that, I would definitely not complain if we end up with Poch.
Above anything, however, please do not throw Pirlo under the bus by putting him in front of this group. Let him develop his managerial skills without much pressure and one day he'll hopefully be ready to take over.
And that Spurs performance in the final was pathetic. No FA Cups, maybe one Carling Cup but nothing more. I can't think of how many cup finals he's been in. Sack Sarri for an Allegri level guy, not another Sarri level. Go for a coach then back him because this squad needs a clear out.
I actually far preferred Spurs approach to that final than Liverpool. It might have been forced because of the 2nd minute penalty but I thought Liverpool got a lot wrong and were fortunate with the crazy penalty. Spurs took the game toLiverpool but just didn't have the quality to get the goal they needed.
Spurs also had their talisman Harry Kane playing his first match in nearly 2 months and he was obviously not comfortable.
It seems that many people don't realise how little clubs in England care about the FA or Carling cup.
Should, as expected, Guardiola confirm he is happy at City, then former Tottenham Hotspur manager Pochettino will be one of the leading candidates to take the Juve job along with Filippo Inzaghi and Max Allegri.
If there is one thing I've learned about Juventus is to never get your hopes up when it comes to coaches. We've never gone for the big names when it comes to coaches after calciopoli era. All the way from Ranieri until Sarri. Obviously some like Conte and Allegri performed really well but they were initially questioned when they joined.