I'm less annoyed than others about this game, but that's also likely because I was less over enthused about the game against Wolves (which is a score line that owes a lot to game state). We continue to be a somewhat similar side to what we were under Sarri - we're missing enough quality to be a great side. There are good stirrings, but most of the game we were fairly predictable and not all that threatening. Willian was quite useful, but when he's our best player we're going to be a limited team. I find Frank's insistence on playing this system a bit odd, since it requires a #10, and we don't have one. That he thinks Mount or Barkley are one is even weirder - Mount is a decent player, but he's just not a #10, and Barkley - well - yeah. I actually think Frank's less likely than some others to get a lot out of Ross because what he needs is rigid tactical discipline, and that's not what Frank is bringing. Jose might have turned Ross into a good player, or Pep. Managers like Carlo or Frank won't. On the plus side, Tomori continues to be excellent, I've been thrilled with his performances so far.