For a long time there seemed to be a school of thought - appoint anyone who worked under Sir Alex Ferguson, they'll have picked up good habits.
From Laurent Blanc to Henning Berg or Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to Paul Ince. The success rate is by no means through the roof. Now add Gabriel Heinze to that list, the newly axed manager of MLS side Atalanta United.
Ferguson was ruthless but it was a means to an end. That ruthless streak was crucial in him presiding over the most successful period in Manchester United's history.
Heinze clearly picked up the ruthless element, but unfortunately for him couldn't tally it up with success as his time in Georgia ended after 13 games.Read more on mirror.co.uk