It's a fair statement to say that the PL is like a carousel of on-off jumps from the same set of managers to each lower to mid-end club job that becomes available. At the top-end of the league, clubs import and don't give British managers a sniff (Moyes will have set that back even further), but the question is: are there any promising, innovative managers lighting up the lower leagues who look like they have it in them to come up to PL level and basically revolutionise the thinking of chairmen across the carousel clubs to stop employing the same names ad infinitum and instead take their chances with new, fresh-faced helmsmen who can move the lower clubs from an almost institutionalised structure of hiring and firing the same old, same old? If you can name any, could you also state what's so innovative and good for English football as a whole in what they're doing? The only lower league football I watch is the Championship playoffs or the club(s) who have our most promising talent on loan. The latter hasn't happened in an age, and the playoffs are but once a season, so I have no frame of reference for lower league achievements or innovations and I'm curious as to whether there are any gems down there being denied a chance to usher in a new age for the lower half of the PL.