After reading through many a differing opinion on here, specifically debates about Kenny's against Roy's whilst he was with us, a few times now I've seen the same argument; that with Roy as manager the results may have been the same but it's what our play deserved, whereas with Kenny our performances on a whole have warranted much better than what we've actually achieved.
Now, this whilst this is not a dig at Kenny, I personally don't think that simply playing good football and being "unlucky" in games is enough for our football club, for example Wigan are a team that pride themselves on the way they play football, but are a team that inevitably will always be struggling down the bottom end of the league, whereas in my opinion, Utd have often played "ugly" football this season (And last) yet continually challenge for the league.
I suppose what I'm asking is, whether our good football is something we can build upon next season with better players and having a squad that has finally knitted and know each other well. Or whether you think we should adopt a different approach to the game? There has been alot of calls for more direct football, especially in the final third, but then I can't help but feeling if we did that then we wouldn't dominate games as we do.
Again this isn't a thread in which I want to see debates about whether the manager is good enough, I simply want to know, whether tactically we need a change in direction, whether we should sacrifice the way we play football in order to attain better results in games...thoughts?