My point is, much like Kean's start to the season, results don't tell the whole story.
Our last two games were entirely winnable; Black won both 1-0 so, on paper, it's a successful job done.
However, if we continue to perform like we did this week we will not be promoted as better teams will murder us.
If you'd explained that definition 18 months ago you'd have saved a lot of trouble.
Glad to see you've overcome your grief following Kean's departure.
Black has done a decent job, he's sorting out the defensive shambles and we do look like we are playing in formation, he isn't the right man for the job though because we need a massive lift from a fresh appointment.
I say this because think the supporters need to do their bit too and we clearly aren't really getting behind the team whilst all this drags on. The players look scared of pushing forward and scared of making mistakes. I think the only thing that will heal the wounds is a manager that won't accept the 60% that they put in but will give them the belief that they are lacking. The fans will accept home defeats much easily if we play with intensity and suffer a defeat to a lack of luck, rather than effort and belief.
Source: New Manager Part 3