Without clarification, and judging on events and statements to date, it's difficult to escape the notion that instead of single-mindedly pursuing and implementing a clearly-thought out strategy, FSG are simply making this up as they go along. The only thing Henry and Werner have shown to be decisive about is giving people their P45s. All very well and good, but not when they holster their firing pistols, look across at each other as the smoke clears and go "uhhh, ok then, what now?".
Of course that may be wrong, and indeed like we're being fed, they're being advised by experienced football people, Cruyff, Dein, Barwick and other names chucked out. But maybe that's another problem in itself, that in taking the counsel of many without any likely consensus, it leads them round and round in circles. Again, not saying that is the case, but it certainly seems to be the impression.