Personally think it's a pretty simple reflection of the football that has been played in that whole period.
Every manager has been negative and gone into games to rey and knick goals to win them rather than playing any sort of expansive, attacking football.
When you play like that it's very, very difficult to come back.
We haven't had a good manager in my lifetime and the manager is the single most important factor here.
A good manager can completely change a clubs fortunes. United a classic example, Burnley, Bournemouth and Leeds are others. We need to find one, in just not convinced Chansiri knows enough to do that.