I agree to a certain extent, but honestly, how long do you give Trivela? Another year? 3 years? 5 years?
If we are talking about on the pitch, they have already had 2 transfer windows and how many is it now, around 25 different players have come in (and a fair few of them have left for various reasons) to add to what at one point was one of the best defensive units in the league (with some of those here pre Trivela/Flynn) and yet still can’t manage a top half finish.
If we are talking off the pitch then with Pomlett we had ‘give him time’, then it was Covid, then it was post-Covid recovery…etc etc, now with Trivela, again its ‘give them time’.
Individually, all valid points at times however it seems as a club we are looking for that perfect time when the stars will align or whatever you want to call it…well we may be waiting a very very long time.
Football is an imperfect science, shit happens on and off the pitch, and happens regularly for every single club, its how you deal with it and overcome it that matters.
Teams still got promoted during Covid, post Covid, with injuries, without a 20 goal a season striker or whatever reason/excuse you want to put forward.
As a club, on recent evidence, we appear to deal with any sort of adversity very badly - and I include owners, the board, management and players in that.
There is always a handy excuse ready at all levels of WFC, whereas other clubs just seem to get on with it, and some even progress and thrive.
I genuinely hope that can be us under Trivela but I personally haven’t seen anything from them at all to suggest it will be us, or anytime soon.