How would you say we compare to the average club, when it comes to choosing our Head Coaches? Zola: Brought together a squad thrown together at the last minute and made them into arguably the best footballing side in the league. A couple of unlucky moments away from automatic promotion, and then a penalty away from a play-off final shootout. Couldn't bounce back with the hangover next season but overall a HIT. Sannino: Stopped the slump in 13/14, and left us in the autos in 14/15. Played his small part in promotion, but language barrier may have been an issue. Overall HIT-ish Garcia: Just the thought of managing our circus caused his heart to give out, so we'll never know. N/A McKinlay: Bizarre. Always thought he was supposed to be a caretaker for a couple of games and Gino made a typo on the job offer. Didn't look up to it, and to be fair, Gino rectified his mistake quickly. Still a MISS Jokanovic: Similar vibes to Munoz, completely random appointment, but a masterstroke. Proved it was no fluke with Fulham, too. HIT Flores: Mind-numbing football at times but his brief was to keep us up, and he did so comfortably, with a Cup Semi-final thrown in. HIT Mazzarri: Again a language barrier issue, but again fulfilled his brief (fairly) comfortably, and did so with no luck whatsoever with injuries. HIT-ish Silva: Made sense, and I think he'd have done well if his head wasn't turned. Didn't help that he wasn't backed properly in the summer. But can only really be judged on results, and it didn't work. MISS-ish Gracia: Best manager/HC we've had since GT, both in terms of how he represented the club, and success on the field. Cup final and record high league finishes, sadly suffered like Zola with a Wembley hangover. HIT Flores 2: Electric Boogaloo: Never go back. Awful decision and needed Gino to be as decisive as he was with McKinlay, but he held on too long. MISS Pearson: Wasn't the biggest fan of his, but probably the right appointment at the right time, ****ed over by covid. Despite all that, sacked with us outside the relegation zone. Hard to call it a miss considering our position when he joined. HIT Ivic: The right choice, if he had a few years to build up an Eddie Howe-esque dynasty. Can see the logic in a disciplinarian, but we weren't able to move out the big egos, so his my-way-or-the-highway style was doomed to fail. Left us in touching distance of the autos so deserves credit, but overall a harsh miss. MISS-ish Overall I'd say he's done pretty well for the most part, in that most Head Coaches we've brought in, have achieved their main task asked of them, or come close. It's easy to look at the volume of turnover but that's clearly our way of doing things, and the results have been positive, overall, for a club of our size, and financial standing.