"As Tsipras moves grudgingly to the center and purges his government and his party (if he manages it) of people like Varoufakis and Lafazanis, it is high time for their cheerleaders to look beyond ex cathedra macroeconomics. They should have the honesty to admit that in the hands of such men, an exit from the euro, which Greeks never voted for anyway, either in January or in July, would have been an unmitigated catastrophe, dwarfing the costs even of the bad deal struck on July 13. And they should know by now that the best hope of building the institutions capable of supporting long-term growth in Greece lies within the eurozone, not in the desperate disorder that would sweep the country outside it."
The 'cheerleaders' whom Yannis Palaiologos refers to in this excellent article are the American economy professors Paul Krugman, Joseph Stiglitz and Jeffrey Sachs. Those are certainly 'experts' whom the current Greek government should beware of!
PS: It is very worthwhile to read the comment section of this article!