I hope it wont, but I can see this going sour from the beginning if im honest. The weight of the appointment as our manager and the circumstances in which they arose means he is never going to be afforded a chance, and unfortunately his style of play is not going to be totally evident from day one. it's going to take a few months to implement, as well as a few years to perfect
Im fully behind him, I like his philosophies, his style of play, his hunger for the game etc and I think he could be great for us and turn us into something special again, but the poor fella is never going to get a chance from some of our own. Like it's been said previously in this thread, he's going to get 2 games and if we dont win them both, the booing and grumbling and moaning is going to start, just because of what happened to Kenny and because Rafa was frozen out of the position.
seriously. Give the lad a chance, he knows a shite sight more than most managers out there and although everyone is going on about his lack of experience and such, the truth is, it's not an old mans game anymore, we could have unearthed a real gem here.
Leave the press to bash him (because they will), and get behind him and the club fully. This could make or break us and a little bit of positivity can go a long way.