Sheriden Armstrong: Jurgen Klinsmann.
Dean Baker: For me it's Mr Klinsmann! Closely followed by Ginola and Gazza (well I know he's English but he sounds foreign)!
Charlie Chan: Klinsmann is the best, closely followed by a certain David Ginola. It will be interesting to see how 'Kazu' does and it is a pity we never got to see the best of Rebrov. I also liked Nicola Berti, but without a doubt, Klinsmann gets my vote.
Nigel Whieldon: Steffan Freund for his motivational skills. I hope the decision to let him go at the end of the season will be reconsidered. The example he could give to the new imported players like Blondel and Toda would be invaluable. Also we need his midfield defensive skills.
Alex Martin: It has to be Klingsman and Acimovic in a tie... They both play up front (Milo should definately partner Robbie). However, getting another good striker is the key. Ibrahimovic, we would be unstoppable. He's a great prospect for the future, and I think he'd be a brilliant partner for Robbie.
Ed Poulton: Steffen Freund. "Less skill, more passion" was a phrase made for him and I have the upmost respect for the effort he puts into every game, and even every tackle. I just hope Glenn knows what he is doing by replacing him with a relatively unproven Toda.