With the recent speculation that Evans job is severely under pressure, reports have suggested that Leeds (or at least Cellino) is interested in bringing in Fabio Cannavaro to take the reigns at Elland Road.
The World Cup and Ball D'or winner in 2006 has definitely experienced a wonderful career in football and has began to take his career into the coaching side of the game.
Cannavaro now has two managerial roles under his belt for Guangzhou Everglade (formerly of Arsene Wenger) and Saudi side Al-Nassr. It wasn't going to be long before the fiery Italian eyed a role in Europe's elite, so why Leeds?
Maybe a large paycheck and the opportunity of the media spotlight constantly being shined on Leeds has come with its certain appeal. It surely can't be reinvigorating his love-child Scott Wootton's career can it? Surely not! Wait... Nah.
Maybe the hard hitting and hard talking Italian is a step in the right direction for Leeds. The players will see the man as an idol and definitely someone who's experience far surpasses their own. The 42-year old will not be wanting for respect around the club, with his career speaking volumes for the sort of professional he is.
On the coaching side, Fabio could be the man to sure up the defence and inspire the troops to victory. There has to be plenty of knowledge in that full head of hair on how to breed success and win titles. The guy has played for Real Madrid, Juventus and is inducted into footballs hall of fame, surely he has to know something!
I'm not one for picking a man on the coat tails of the popularity of his name, but I will say that Cannavaro's experience speaks for itself. If he can have an eighth of the success in his managerial career that he had as a player, I'm sold.
Sure there's a few glitches, he speaks predominantly Italian so he'll only get on with half of the squad (nothing unusual there) and he lacks some experience in the role, but didn't every manager start of with questionable experience?
Now to letting Evans go, which in my opinion could come back to bite us on the arse. He may not be a fan favourite, he's definitely a gobshite, but he's brought something to Leeds and Elland Road we haven't seen in the past few years, wins.
It's quite evident that Evans doesn't have the allegiance of the players and we've reported before that players are hoping to oust the manager.
In all fairness I can't fault the players, their manager is more likely to berate them to the press instead of man-managing them.
Even though he was a peculiar choice, he has won games and does show passion for the club and I do think he will be missed when we aren't performing well next season, whoever's in charge.
Another bizarre rumour is linking former scum assistant manager Rene Meulenstein with the job. This is a man who's only role in England is managing a horrid Fulham side for four weeks before watching them get relegated by his replacement. His previous spell before that was managing Russian side Anzhi, in which he lasted less than a month. Some record!
So what's your opinion? Do you think Cannavaro would be a good acquisition or another dudd brought in at the wrong time and sacked after two months?
Put your answer in the comments below and we'll reveal the poll on our twitter page!
By Ryan Ingham
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