I think whatever the correct solution, it is generally agreed that we are being run terribly as a club. The question is why? Is it that they're just incompetent? Following an incredibly successful period they have tried but haven't sufficiently re-ordered the club to run without SAF at the helm. Some seem to have suggested the Glazer's only care about profits but how is the current running of the club genuinely profit maximising? Is it the rumoured prioritising of the commercial value of a player in transfers over footballing ability in some cases? (IIRC this was one of the reasons Woody wouldn't spend enough to buy Alderwiereld) If so this may indicate a short-term over long term profit maximising strategy. Also has much changed since Malcolm Glazer died with respect to organisation? Obviously much of this will be speculation but it would be interested to hear what everyone thinks.