Malmilian is a more realistic option, because he is identified with the club, he works well with youngsters, the fans love him and currently for the financial moment he would be suitable for the reality.
Plus he succeeded with each and every team he coached.
Reuven Atar is doing a good job at Netanya, don´t think the club will let him go so fast and don´t think Atar would leave for any price at the moment.
I thought maybe he will leave when Jammer leaves.
Maybe he should come back in 5 years or so because there are a couple of coaches who should be signd before him.
As for Guy Levi it would be an intresting move. He had a succesful spell with the Israeli U-21 NT and looks a promising coach in Israeli football. In Beer Sheva has was unfairly IMO harshly criticized by a section of fans which culminated in his dismissal.
Guy Levi seems to be an incredible coach.
At Hapoel Beer Sheva even in the end the fans finally liked him and i see a lot of comments int net that he should have stayed. i read something about him talking with Barkat about taking Beer Sheva all the way to the Championes league which might seem a bit stupid but shows a lot of ambition and building for the future.
The players loved him in that is one of the most importent things today in football.
Here is how i rank my list for the coach:
1. Uri Malmilian.
2. Dror kashtan.
3. Guy Levi.
4. Reuven Atar.
5. Ronni Levi.