We have a complete Frankenstein's monster of a squad, stitched together with seemingly disparate gameplans in mind and with little to no thought given to tactics, style of play or cohesion.
We've spent the last few seasons trying to shoehorn various players into some semblance of a system, and sometimes we got pretty damn close, but we rarely found a way of playing which truly brought the best out of all the players at our disposal.
If watching the Blades romp to promotion should have taught us anything, it's that a team can be so much more than the sum of its parts. And if that means that talented individuals are allowed to leave in order for Bruce to be able to build a squad who will complement each other's styles and who cohere into a convincing whole, then so be it.
Bruce knows what he's doing.