Following the shock departure of Tony Pulis Crystal Palace have found it tough to get the right man in with Malky Mackay's deal collapsing and Tim Sherwood ruling himself out.
Many names are linked with the vacant manager role at Selhurst Park but sometimes a new and inexperienced manager is the right way to go.
They often bring a fresh youthfulness and enthusiasm that can excite the fans as well as the players especially when they're vocal about their support for that team.
However that rule usually applies to former players and not TV and movie stars such as James Buckley's alter ego Jay Cartwright from the Inbetweeners.
The Chelmsford resident and self-proclaimed Crystal Palace fan offered his "services to fill the currently vacant managers role of Crystal Palace Football Club following a successful spell on Football Manager with Manchester United.