1. Identify a style based on another club with proven results, i.e. Sheffield Utd 2. Appoint Klug as Director of Football to implement this style, focussing on getting all our youth teams to buy into this style 3. Appoint a young up and coming coach who's not a moody prick who bangs on about winning the European Cup - someone who can buy into our philosophy and who has a point to prove
He's not the most natural leader but his leadership skills are no worse than May or Johnson.
This whole thing about he lost because "he wasn't clear on Brexit"... Labour Leave seats lost him the election. If he'd backed Brexit, they would have voted for him, and Labour Remain seats (who went down by only 5 points) would've ditched him. If he'd backed Remain, the inverse would've happened. Being neutral, I.e. giving both sides of the party the chance to fight it out, was by far the best option. But clearly doomed to fail as the pro-Brexit anti-Corbyn propaganda was so strong