I think he needs to be given time. We have been through a massive rollercoaster the last few years, seeking quick fixes and trying to jump ahead of ourselves. I'd prefer a year of younger players being inconsistent than another year of old mercenaries here for a final payday. I think the translator has done untold damage to structures and relationships within the club. It needs to heal and this will take time. I was at the womens game on Saturday and Ole was there, along with his wife and some officials from FA and the club. What was noticable was the Ole engaged with everyone and so did his wife. She was clearly smiling and congratulating members of the wider United family. Ole will get the club back to the core values we had even before Sir Alex. If he doesn't make the grade as manager he can easily be moved upstairs as a director and be a football person on the board, ready to succeed Sir Bobby and Sir Alex. Give him some time and let him establish the journey even if he doesn't complete it as Manager I have every faith he will put the club first...unlike some of his squad.