Hoddle is currently without a managerial job, while Premier League outfit Newcastle are on the lookout for a head coach.
Sunderland are also searching for a new head coach following the departure of Dick Advocaat.
Hutchison’s suggestions look fantastic - on paper at least - and perhaps Newcastle and Sunderland should follow them.
Allardyce knows what it takes for teams to remain in the Premier League, although his playing style is not exactly great.
Sunderland are a big club, but they are pretty much an also-ran team in the Premier League whose main objective is not to go down to the Championship.
The 60-year-old is a master at keeping clubs afloat in the top flight of English football, and making him their manager will be a good decision from Sunderland.
Hoddle has managed Southampton and Tottenham in the past and was recently working as a first-team coach at Queens Park Rangers.
The problem with the Englishman is that he last managed a club back in 2006, but he is heavily involved in the game.