I think he's part of the problem but part of the solution.
He came in and installed a new manager without any due diligence other than he's a footballing legend. A vanity appointment.
He then installed a DoF and with the amount of time he'd been in the door we couldn't have done our homework on conducting a search, compiling a shortlist, carrying out an in depth interview process and clearly defining the role. Another vanity appointment, let's take the guy everyone was holding up as the key behind Leicester's fairytale.
Then he told the media that his manager was a legend and he does what he wants before heading off back to London to work on financing a new stadium. Leaving behind a chairman in ill health and a Chief Exec with a questionable record of success so far.
Is it any wonder things were allowed to develop?
The thing is who tells a guy who pays your wages that he might be wrong?
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