First of all, I understand that it is hard to miss anything at the moment. This has, for me, been the best two-three months in probably 20 years football wise. Second, this post does not have much to do with last night. I did not expect us to dominate possession at any point without Pogba, Herrera or Matic. When Ole came in we had played boring football for the best part of five years. I never expected him to make us this good and I never expected him to manage to make us this entertaining. It has been incredible and we should probably just enjoy the moment. But yesterday it became quite clear that OGS will be our next manager. I’m both excited and very curious where he will take us when he get time and resources to put his stamp on us. While many of the ingredients in what we used to know as Man Utd-football is back we could still improve some parts of our play. While LvG-possession style is awful, I always loved the pragmatic and proactive approach Ferguson had. In my opinion his style was a bit similar to this years Liverpool or Spurs at their best (please dont let this be the topic, if you disagree, that is fine). But how do we get back there? We probably need to improve the fitness of our squad?! Will new players solve much? For instance a new right back and winger? Will players like Smalling, Bailly and even Jones limit and maybe even prevent a more «proactive football»? What type of midfielder should we prioritize? Someone similiar to Pogba that can play both next to him and replace him (Eriksen, B. Fernandes etc)? Someone with different qualities that are more suited to «keep us ticking» (a type similar to Modric, Kroos, Verratti, Scholes etc), either instead of Matic or Herrera? Or will OGS continue building on the type of football we have seen so far, just trying to add a few new qualities to the mix?