I bang on about lack of strategy and blueprint-particularly with regards recruitment, where it’s seemingly a revolving door of loans and short term deals, intermingled with random offerings of 3 year contracts where there seems little evidence to support this.
Although much maligned (possibly because of recruitment in his final season) Paul Taylor was responsible for overseeing arguably the most/one of the most successful periods in the Clubs history.
There were rarely wholesale changes - even when Managers departed - it gave us consistency. With the Manager more of a Head Coach (arguably) who didn’t get involved too much in logistics.
Just wondered what the consensus was for a return to this “model” of operating?