Sad for Grant, a decent and honourable man but to entrenched in the bottom 3 for to long. O'Neill, well that would be a coup, but like some coup d'etats could be very short lived.
Sullivan and Gold must have promised someone as strong willed and stubborn as O'Neill a) immediate funds b) a promise the spine won't be sold c) carte blanche in players choice and d) Gold and Brady to not brief against him in their columns/spoutings.
In all honesty can you see any of that happening?
O'Neill will walk if the terms of employment aren't met, he's done it before.
If however he gets the money, left alone and peace and quiet from the gobsh--e we could have the stability and class WHUFC crave.