I am one of the infamous voters of Eddie Howe. I wasn't completely sold on Pochettino after José and I was looking for someone with attacking pedigree, which Howe seemingly delivers. He was also someone new, someone who represents something different which could make an exciting watch, but Ole has shown that this squad lacked energy, identity and passion and not exotic seasoning. It was lacking what Manchester United is about, and I would like to keep it this way. No rocket science needed, the next manager should fit with Manchester United's terms of playing philosophy, and not the other way around. Hopefully, the board has learned this after back-to-back manager failures. Appointing Ole advocates this, and I think almost everyone here agrees the next manager needs to fit the club's core principles. This is why I am deleting my vote for Eddie Howe, who's system is extremely strict and I don't think this squad, nor the club, would benefit from another big overhaul of playing philosophy. We all know it would be another big «process», and I f... hate that word. On Pochettino, this past few months has made me learn a lot about him from reading the forum. He seems a very good candidate indeed, and one that fits the bill. Obviously Ole fits too, having hit the ground running the way he has. So as of now, I believe the whole Ole or Poch debate is a win-win situation for us. It would be great if Woodward could somehow lure Pochettino this way, and at the same time if Ole keeps it up and becomes a viable candidate this spring that would be excellent too. Lastly, I acknowledge that comparing Pochettino with Ole there is an experience deficit favoring Pochettino. But, assuming the results this spring is acceptable, I'd go out on a limb suggesting that the lower terms Ole would come at and his United know how offers compensation for this deficit. So, I won't cast my vote as of yet. Edit. Does not seem possible to retract a vote, so I'll just vote on Pochettino for now.