Surely the opposite is true. If you go for someone you believe in you give them time. If you make a wild punt you quickly move onto the next 1 when it’s turning to shit
Well if we believe in our original decision we have to concede that we can't impose targets because we have no idea what the manager can offer. So if we think he's worth a three year contract we have to let him see it through.
Of course the sensible decision would not to get caught up in hype and convince ourselves that ten games at Hull is enough to commit three years football and six transfer windows.
But I don't see why Marco has to pay the penalty for more mis-management.