Meh, I really don't know if he's a good businessman. I don't really think any of us do. Financially so far we can't complain what he's done for the club.
Is he being taken for a ride when it comes to the on field areas of a football club? I'd have to say probably, yes. All we can hope for is that he learns from the past 2 seasons.
They’ve all been his choices, though, mate.
So, based on the decisions that he’s made thus far the jury is still out.
If he pulls off Bramley Moore successfully, bins Allardyce, gets in a coach like Fonseca, and brings in Brands who hits the ground running and works with or without Walsh, then my hat goes off to him.
Currently though my cap stays on, messing up my barnet.