Disagree with the OP. Ole is actually a patron of MUST and one of the few United first team players at the time of the Glazer takeover who publicly opposed it. If Ole gets the job it would be because the results have markedly improved. Further, if Ole gets the job and the board didn't back him for whatever reason the liklihood that the fans would calmly let them screw him over is for the birds. Ole is almost unanimously loved by United fans. If the crowd at Old Trafford felt the board was hanging Ole out to dry it would erupt in a way that hasn't been seen since the green and gold protests. The crowd backed Jose for a bit, just because they thought the board was doing bad by him. Could you imagine how the crowd would be if they felt the board was doing over a guy who, unlike Jose, literally everyone adores?