To add to this, when we last won the league we had a squad that was aging and slowly creeping over the hill, Fergie was leaving and yet we all saw a title winning team and expected Moyes to continue the trend. In reality what we saw and have continued to see is that as good as managers Moyes/LVG/Jose are or have been none of them had that magic to make those that many considered to be ordinary once Fergie had left into title winners. The likes of Cleverly and co were soon ousted and the fan base decided they were never good enough for us, yet under Fergie many had won leagues and become internationals. To win the league you need a team, you can have the greatest squad in the world, but if they are not a team they won't win anything and under the previous 3 managers we seemed to lose the team mentality and are only just starting to rediscover it.I really don't think this should be about big investments. That's what everybody seems to focus on (we're not buying enough! we're not buying the right players!), but that's never going to be enough. Liverpool have a few great players, but overall, their squad isn't awesome in every position; and some of those that look awesome now, would probably 'just' look good in other teams. (Just like many of Klopp's Dortmund superstars couldn't make it in other teams.) Rather, Klopp and Pep have found a reliable way to pretty much beat every single non-top team every single time. That's not down to players, that's down to tactics. Of course, you also need players that are at least pretty good, but United has a lot of those already. Undoing packed defenses and towing away buses won't suddenly happen if you just buy Sancho, or whatever potential superstar is out there. To really make that next step and get some 20-30 points more next season, Ole (and same for Lampard at Chelsea) will need to make a tactical leap.