Very much doubt O'Neill will leave Sunderland so soon after joining them - he's noi that kind of person , and if he WAS inteested in the job he'd have simply waited another few months before Capello left at censored up our chances at the Euro finals.
If Pearce is successful in the short term , he'll get the job - if he wants it. Harry is too much of a loose cannon; we've already had a manager who's honest and outspoken (Keegan) and looked what happened there. You have to be a certain kind of character to hack it in the England job, and tbh I don't think Harry has it judging by his emotions in the recent court case.
Redknapp is a good club manager - good at wheeling and dealing, but he has little experience of European football, none of international. He has been successful with a club not expected to do so well, but can anyone honestly say that they have any basis for seeing him as a genuine international manager?
As for Mourinho - he'll only take a job where there's pots of cash available. I fully expect to see him either back at Chelsea or more likely at City the next time he's in England, not a cash-conservative Spurs.
Mr Flibble says...
"Game over , boys!"