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Aston Villa boss Mark Hughes is one of those who feels a lack of competition at the top level for coaching jobs, with only one other top-flight boss earning more than £60,000 an hour.

Hughes was paid by Aston Villa to do this and that is a shame because there are some very good managers at other clubs who could get top jobs at Villa – but it doesn’t mean he could.

Hughes spent his career at Villa Park, winning three League Cups, one FA Cup and three FA Cup Winners’ Cups, but he never won the FA Cup, losing just once to Newcastle United in 1990.

Villa could do with another experienced manager and an experienced coach too. With Gary Taylor not yet 40-plus, and Jack Hillier still in the reserves, there could be a lot of competition.

Hughes was also paid £14,000-a-week by Nottingham Forest to train players in preparation for their international matches last season, so that could be worth taking a look at.

Villa boss Mark Hughes is a lot more experienced than his predecessors Peter Reid, Tony Adams, Chris Wilder and Steve Cotterill, who were also paid around £50,000 a week to coach players.

Hughes will also be the first boss in Premier League history to manage an FA Cup final since Alan Curbishley in 1983, when West Ham beat Birmingham at Selhurst Park in the last ever Cup final.

The next manager should have a history in the English top flight, and Hughes knows the value of winning the league.

The Villa team was a top-class unit last season, the likes of Ashley Westwood, John Ruddy, John Barnes, Ian Holloway, Paul Wilson, Jonjo Shelvey and Alex Neil to name a few.

Hughes has the pedigree and experience to take Aston Villa forward

Hughes is also not alone. There are other candidates at the top tier to take Villa’s place at the top of the table in a few years’ time.

Former Southampton manager Paddy McNair, who made the £11million leap from the Premier League to the Championship from West Ham, is thought to be interested in taking over from the St Mary’s manager at the Liberty Stadium.

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