Three MLS teams are left searching for head coaches after Chivas USA's hiring of Martin Vasquez and at this point it is no easy guess as to which coaches will be hired in this last go-round.
Denis Hamlett, Curt Onalfo, Tom Soehn and Richie Williams all started 2009 with head coaching jobs and all are in the mix for new gigs elsewhere in MLS. Whether this group winds up filling the remaining jobs, or if MLS teams decide to go the foreign route, is very much up in the air as teams consider a myriad of options.
It is your turn to play team owner and/or general manager. Who would you hire if you were the one doing the hiring in New York, Chicago and D.C. United? Now is your chance to vote.
Cast your votes after the jump:
Who would we hire? New York should have hired Richie Williams weeks ago, but any of the former MLS head coaches listed would be much better fits than a foreign coach. D.C. United has the ability to tempt fate and go with a foreign coach or college coach because of its strong front office, while Chicago should probably seriously consider Tom Soehn or John Spencer before tapping the foreign market.
Who did you vote for? Who do you see filling the remaining three MLS coaching vacancies?
Share your thoughts below.