I’ve seen the arguments...style of play is poor, tactically challenged, poor people manager, etc.
My position is that he should stay. I hold that position, because managing is difficult. If you luck in to a team of hungry, on the rise talents; sure- it will be good. If you have a team of gritty vets who can just do enough- it will be good. If you have balance- it will be good.
Now, managing those talents (any and all profiles) is the squishiest job of all. Being able to not only get the most out of what’s in front of you, is hard enough. Then you must navigate the politics of the chairman, the Back office team, the farm, the assistants, the doctors, player wants, family life, even the tea lady;)
Point is, GR (all management) is dealing with quite a few moving parts. And the truth (well...my truth) is that it will take time to find a comfort level with all of those pieces to start doing the job (as opposed to thinking about the job to be done).
Their is so much more going on behind the scenes. And I am willing to wait and see the end product after a few windows. Player ability shifts...managers learn and change tac...team politics shift in a board meeting; and this all happens with every single team.
Im willing to trust (at the risk of being hurt) and see where this goes. Why keep changing managers when we haven’t even figured out what works yet?