If he recovers us to seventh he deserves a crack at next season and the chance to see out his contract. We aren't going to make ourselves any more attractive to named managers by continuing to sack managers at the first sign of trouble.
Wonít be at trouble though, weíll finish the season comfortably top 10, which is a success given where we were.
However, heís not the man for the big project, Iím sure we can all agree on that.
Major sea change in the summer i think, and hope.