I don't want a guy to be our head coach who doesn't have a track record of success as a head coach (ideally at MLS or higher level). Much as I love Titi, I think the jury is still out on his managerial skills. He's very motivational. Has tremendous skills. But we've seen a lot of guys who were great players not really succeed as managers, and I'm putting Klinsi in this bucket as well. I have a feeling he expects a ton from his players, but doesn't understand why they can't perform at his level. We saw that from him as a player. Not sure what went on with him at Monaco, but it didn't last long, which doesn't bode well.
Not against Titi one day, just think that Woly has earned that shot. Or, someone of a higher caliber. I don't need to fall in love with the name of the coach, I just want the most talented guy we can get.
Experience is a bit overrated I think. A great soccer mind is a great soccer mind. I mean all our shields came from coaches with basically no head coaching experience (Petke) and just one year (Marsch) those both turned out OK. Meanwhile we've had a ton of coaches with higher pedigrees who absolutely sucked (*cough* Juan Carlos Osario *cough*). That said, I don't disagree with you. I'd rather have Woly, who both knows the system and seems to be a good playoff coach. Maybe Henry down the line. I think TH has potential to be a good coach, but his problem is that he's kind of a dick to everyone which you can get away with when you're the best player on the team but becomes a major problem when you're the head coach. I think he admitted as much when he left Monaco, said he made the mistake of still acting like a player or something like that. . .