I think Bonfrere has had enough time to prove himself, but I've lost faith in him now. I thought Pim Verbeek, Hiddink's assistant might have been the better option. But I think the technical committee made fools of themselves during the process that led to Bonfrere's hire. I can't believe they gave the press a list of coaches whom they had neither contacted in advance, nor investigated the contractual situations with their current clubs. It was very naive to think that Metsu would take at least a 100 percent paycut to take a position at a team that would almost certainly fail to meet the expectations of the fans and the upper management. With the list of names that were on this list, I'm surprise Sven G-E's name wasn't there. Realistically speaking, maybe Ian Porterfield should be given the coaching position. He is doing a good job at Pusan, with lesser-known talent, while Suwon, supposedly the Chelsea of K-League, are underachieving. Porterfield has plenty of experience with top-class football, and I think having coached in the Premiership gives him more valuable experience and credentials than Bonfrere, who was lucky to take over a team composed heavily of players that won the U-20 Championship only years before. Opinions, please.