even if a new manager comes in, what will change? still will have no strikers, and no centre backs.. or players in midfield who are creative
We’ve seen when set up that way, that we can defend.
It’s only been naive attempts to force wins when we’re low on confidence that have opened the team up again.
So that’s one thing if a manager, secure in their position (as opposed to either consciously or not, treating it as an open audition) will be prepared to grind results out in order to get some confidence back.
Eg a 0-0 last night would have at least showed that we can sort one end out before worrying about the other.