We've seen the difficulties when it comes to replacing a manager. We've also seen that even great players don't always fit, dare i say it, the philosophy of the new gaffer. It's such a shock for the whole organization and failures leave long-lasting marks. Players academies have been operational and successful for years and my question is, why can't we have one for managers. Sure, there are the different age group coaches and assistants but couldn't it be more organized. Teach them from younger age about the psychology of the players, tactics, all the good stuff. The best of the class can remain at the club in some capacity until their time comes to be employed in friendlies off-season or send them in loan type deals to lower league and foreign clubs. It just seams like the club would be able to gain stability in the long-run.