Sounds about right what Gray said
You either take to an arrogant Colonel style management or you don't ("I'm in charge, you'll do it my way or the highway")
Cloughie was like that, his captain John McGovern quoted "He could speak to me how he wanted and I'd still run through the desert all day for him, but would I socialise and go to a restaurant with him - no way, didn't like the man!"
I don't think any of Harry Catterick's players had a good word to say about him
In the 60s & 70s players didn't have a lot of choice and so responded to it, but now, as Alan Ball once said "How do you motivate a bunch of millionaires?" They can turn their back on a manager without really being hurt
Gotta move with the times, Unsy! It would appear that the Dutch, haven't