I'm really hoping Klinsmann can take the reins of our ailing team, coupled by a restructuring of the offices to oust Lalas from his current position, or at least transfer him to another department, and finished off with some useful trades. IF we can't get Klinny though, who would you guys nominate, and why? I personally would put my vote for Guus Hiddink. I'll say it before and I'll say it again. The guy is a proven miracle worker in my opinion (again, on the chance the rumors aren't true regarding Klinsmann taking over). I mean, really, look at his credentials: Playing Credentials: -Started playing professional with Dutch team De Graafschap -Played for clubs such as PSV Eindhoven. -Has experience playing in US League. -Played for San Jose Earthquakes & the Washington Diplomats (albeit, through MLS' predecessor, the NASL). Managing Credentials: -Managed PSV Eindhoven to their first Euro Cup win. -Won 3 Eredivisie titles -Has good experience with the La Liga, managing Spanish clubs Valencia CF, Real Betis and Real Madrid. -Took the Dutch National team to the Semi-Finals for World Cup 1998 (a first I think). -Doesn't take sh*t from suits (I'm looking at you Lalas!) OR belligerent fans (one cited example is him ordering a racist banner being taken down right in the middle of the game) -Is successful at quelling petty arguments and swollen egos in teams -Is not afraid of purging the dissidents and weak spots from teams -Demands his team to have the best fitness on the pitch. His biggest shining example would have to be him taking the South Korean National Men's Team to the Semi-Finals in the 2002 World Cup. I can't even remember a time since an Asian team has progressed this far. He is also known to be a good mentor to players-just look at Ji Sung Park and Young Pyo Lee-both playing in the Premiership (Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspurs respectively). It was Hiddink who told Park to switch from a holding MF to Winger. I seriously think he's got the goods. Plus, ever since the 2002 World Cup, he's pretty much a demi-god for Korean Soccer fans, so that would probably draw South Korean fans to Galaxy games. His contract with the Russian National team ends in early 2008.