But I don’t see why we’d do that, haven’t we learnt anything since fergie left? Each manager has had to put their stamp on it, to fail then rip it up again. Ole is on the right track with the squad but has gone as far as he can I think. We just need someone to build on what’s started, adding a tactical mindset and development of the good kids we have right now coming through. That’s why I think Ten Haag is a better shout
Also, Conte does not seem to be the total opposite of a company man, who will demand his own signings and won't accept a lot of compromise on that. He has also been buying a lot of older players at Inter. As such, he's really not veyr fit to be a stopgap manager until a proper long-term solution comes up - except if the long-term solution has the same sort of management style, but I can't think of anyone like that that United might be interested in.
Ironically both Ole and Ten Hag have the same UEFA license, and Ole has been in management for longer, albeit a year or two, so to call it upgrading an unqualified coach is inherently incorrect, but I get what you are trying to say.
That looked so surprising to me that I had to look it up. I guess you're both wrong and right. Ten Hag went into this career in 2002 to lead Twente's academy (until 2008), first became an assistant trainer in 2006, and got his first management gig in 2012. Ole became a strikers coach at United in 2007-08, managed United's reserves from 2008, and then got his first proper manager gig in 2010 at Molde. So Ten Hag started this career path earlier, but Ole got an independent management job earlier.
In any case, I think Ten Hag has been the flavour of the month since his CL semi-final in 2019 - that's some seriously flavoursome chewing gum.