Earlier this week and within the space of 24 hours, Aston Villa and Valencia both announced that they had parted company with their respective managers. Both departures came as very little surprise, with Remi Garde winning just three of his 23 games in charge of the Premier League outfit and Gary Neville struggling to pick up points in La Liga, leaving Los Che in 14th position and just six points above the relegation zone. Despite their struggles, both Garde and Neville should not find it difficult to secure a job in France and England respectively, and that leaves open the possibility of Villa taking a risk on the discarded Englishman, who lasted just 28 matches in all competitions at the Mestalla Stadium. Such suggestions have been ridiculed in the press and on social media, but is Neville linking up with a reputable club who look like plying their trade in the second tier of English football next season really so outrageous? They may have fallen from grace but the managerial position at Villa Park will be highly sought-after, especially given the upheaval in the boardroom which can only benefit the club. The fans will have their own opinions on who should be appointed, but here are eight reasons why the former Manchester United defender could be the perfect fit.