A quick jump on social media and you will see opinions all over the place about the next Tottenham manager, with many of them being negative.
Whether it is Mauricio Pochettino, Vincent Kompany, Graham Potter, Brendan Rodgers or whoever, you will find a wide range of opinions from people who seem to be able to look into the future.
Of course, when you look at the way Potter managed Chelsea or the decline of Leicester City under Rodgers, understandably, some will have serious reservations but it does not stop there.
Kompany is apparently too inexperienced and not yet bloodied in the Premier League, Pochettino won nothing with a great Spurs team, Luis Enrique plays boring football and on it goes, no matter who the manager is.
But the thing is this, who knows how any of these managers will perform at the helm of Tottenham? We could get the Rodgers that won the FA Cup with the Foxes or dominated Scottish football with Celtic, the Poch that won Ligue 1 in France or the Enrique that did fantastic with Barcelona.
Kompany could be the same as Mikel Arteta, Julian Nagelsmann could replicate his Bayern Munich success and so on, I think you get the picture.
On the other side of the coin, we got an Antonio Conte that was the polar opposite of the Antonio Conte at Chelsea, Juventus and Inter Milan, the same with Jose Mourinho.
You see, there is no way of knowing how the next Tottenham manager will perform and therefore to disparage a particular individual before he has had a chance to show what he can do could be rather counterproductive.
We are a club that simply does not know how to win a trophy, are we really in a position to be so picky? It is not as if proven winners, young progressive managers or expansive playing managers have worked for us previously, not in terms of picking up silverware.