Only a fool would suggest that Unsworth should have sorted it all out in 2 weeks and nobody has said that. However the task looks monumental with nobody except Rooney with any scoring ability, veterans struggling all over, and goals leaking at the back. I believe it will take more than Unsie's optimism, bright smiles and jokes to turn round this half of the season to prevent the second half becoming a scramble to avoid relegation. Unfortunately he did his case no good at all with that first half selection and formation at Leicester. Ony Kenwright can decide whether to take a big risk for the next 2 months with Unsworth, or go for some probably grim alternative bugger who can shore up a defence. If the existing players are incapable of scoring goals, then play not to concede any. There are one or two managers about who could probably do that, unpopular choices though they might be.