Before people start criticizing OGS here, we really need to analyse the results in raw numbers and the performances by considering the fact that he came in December and he would need some time to get players playing his way PL: We're 3rd in the table since he came in. 2 points behind Pool (who've played a game more than us) and 1 behind City, arguably among top 3 sides in Europe right now in terms of talent and depth Now, the obvious question will get thrown, but we've been lucky in a lot of these games. But have we? We won a couple of games where we were lucky like the one vs Watford, WHU and Spurs, but then we lost vs Arsenal, Wolves and drew Burnley as well. Hell, if we compare our performances vs xG and xGA, we've scored roughly same number of goals as expected from the shots we've taken (actually we've scored slightly less (0.68 goals less)) and conceded around 4 goals less than we should have, which is explainable as we have Dave between the sticks. FA Cup: Sure, it offered us the best shot at silverware this season, but I'd say QF isn't a bad run considering it wasn't on top priority for us. Additionally, we beat Arsenal away and Chelsea at the Bridge after 8(?) years, results that we weren't expecting to be honest. CL: When the draw came out in December, Jose was our manager and PSG was given a walkover as per most experts. We were the the team everyone wanted to play against, some favoured us over the likes of Schalke, Roma, Porto and Ajax as well. What followed vs PSG is the stuff people will talk for years to come. No one can say we weren't deserving, PSG simply didn't have a lot of shots over the 2 legs- it wasn't that we progressed due to a Dave masterclass, but because of grit and determination- something we haven't seen very often from a Manchester United side in post-SAF era. Add to that we had a considerable number of injuries as well in the 2nd leg. Then we come to the game vs Barcelona. Sure we lost 4-0 on aggregate, but there were plenty of positives for us. Had we not made some individual blunders and been clinical, who knows, we might have been lining up vs Pool in the semis as well! Look, I'm not one of those who'll go on preaching to back the manager. Hell, I wanted Poch as our manager but one needs to acknowledge that we've come a long way since Jose's sacking and in the right direction. We have a positive game plan going into every game and while it will take time and players of different ilk to take it to perfection, it's a big step in helping us reach our goals.