Van Gaal and Mourinho were bad appointments for United, I agree. But they still have something Ole will never had, and thats a winning pedigree in management, thats why they won stuff before ultimately they failed. LVG didn't come to United as a true great in his prime, he came way past his best. Thats like signing Rooney now and expecting him to have a 30 goal season. It aint gonna happen due to the fact he's past his best, as was LVG.Yes Mourinho started well but couldn't sustain it, it was utterly toxic and he had to leave. He was never the right manager for United. Your statement is a very rose tinted view of his tenure.
Van Gaal is one of the true greats of the game - he was perhaps slowly making some progress BUT it was utterly turgid to watch, painful shit. He spent a shit load of money and failed transfers and made bad misjudgments on which players should leave the club and which should stay.
Both have their shave of blame in our current mess.
So two of the best coachs of the last 30 years failed here. Who is it you think will come in and fix things quicker than Ole?
Spurs are finishing above us because they have a better squad of players. If Mou was still managing United and Ole was managing Spurs - spurs would still be finishing above United.
Your 20-30% statement is nonsense - people said Fergie was delusional in 89. None of us know if Ole is going to work out, but since he's been chosen to do this rebuild we should give him the required time before judging him
Ole is a calm person and will never upset the applecart, it will never turn toxic, but that alone isn't enough. We shouldn't be saying, right we have a manager such as LVG/Jose, OR we have a manager like Ole. We need to appoint a top level manager, who is the right fit. I don't care if it takes 10 managers to find him, just ask Liverpool, they endured Hodgson but got Klopp. I am flabbergasted as to why people think we give Ole time just because previous managers didn't get time! It's ridiculous.
You can't compare this stint Ole is producing to the one that Fergie was in in 1989.... Fergie was a proven top level manager. He had sone unpresedented things as a manager, he had proven he was good enough. Ole has not proven that in the slightest.
My extra 20% statement is not nonsense. If he had an extra 20% Cardiff would have avoided relagation or at least put up a fight. We wouldn't lose 4-0 at Everton, we wouldn't lose 0-2 to Burnley at home, lose to Newcastle, the list goes on. Do you know we're winning on average 1 game per month? It's unacceptable! He's happy with this.