Theres a common theme when a new manager takes the hotseat at OT. It starts off with boundless enthusiasm and the sort of things we want to hear about being the biggest club in the world, having great players etc. Then when the manager gets to see the squad in training, we get a few bad results etc, they see the size of the task at hand. Ole to me looks tired and downtrodden already. Apart from these players obviously not being good enough, it is clear that conversations with Woodward and the board reveal the scale of the problem here. For whatever reason, they arent willing to fully 'back' any manager that walks in the door here. I think Oles latest comments, which are increasingly conservative indicate that his hands are indeed tied. I fully expect the token DoF role to be given to Darren Fletcher which will be the latest abomination in trying to build a sustainable model for success in terms of player recruitment. I personally think that the board are aiming for a top 4 challenge again next season, and therefore dont expect wholesale changed in terms of personnel. Ole appears to have realised this already.