They are the top five candidates for the United job and none of them stand out, in fact, once you get past the top three it becomes wildly unrealistic and silly.
But agonisingly, Benitez's side couldn't hold on and will now have to wait almost two weeks before they return to action against Brighton and Hove Albion due to worldwide break. Pochettino is also yet to win a trophy at Spurs, a record that would see him sacked if he replicated the same thing at Manchester United.
The United manager has long complained about the problems he faces with his defence.
After all, that's what looked likely after an terrible first-half performance meant the team ran toward the dressing room 2-0 down at the break.
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However, while Newcastle's bad run at Manchester United continued, which extended the club's wait for a first win of the campaign, Benitez's men did become record breakers on Saturday evening.
"The tension at Old Trafford has largely been inflicted by their own manager".
Criticism from many quarters have blamed Mourinho for losing touch with modern football and its managers, but Neville remembers Sir Alex Ferguson had similar allegations thrown at him.
Mourinho has come under intense pressure this season with the bookies having the Portuguese boss odds-on to be the next Premier League manager to be sacked. If I could tell them please don't do it, I would say that.
And that recent lack of faith factors into Mourinho's ideal transfer window for January, with the win over Newcastle likely to buy him some time to show he can still be the man to lead the club moving forwards.