Still very early days though Eddie so its not really fair to draw those conclusions yet is it? For instance, when we master what Poch wants, or at least some of it, there's every chance that you'll see more consistent performances from Eriksen, for example. He'll also be able to weed out who definitely doesn't fit over the course of the season. Point being if we're better off as a team overall under Poch's methods they all benefit from the greater collective good - if that makes sense. Sherwood and Harry like to keep things simple. Yes that can be a huge benefit in the short to medium term. But if you want a successful long term plan I think a 'blueprint' is absolutely essential. Players come and go, you need an ethos, style and identity so you can go out and bring players in to replace those that go out with as little fuss as possible.