There is obviously a structure in place and people with vast experience involved at the club. The problem is, the final decisions are still made by the bankers. And when that is the case, the structure underneath doesn't have the autonomy or freedom to embed an ideology, they are merely making suggestions for the board to agree or veto. If Woodward took a step back from football decisions, and left them to it, we would be in a much better place. But he needs to have faith in his appointed team, to allow them to make decisions and work towards a five year plan. The DOF role is a red herring. No point in having one, if he cannot have full control of footballing matters. We already have that structure in place now.