We spent all summer discussing the fact that the club needs time.
Time for Ole's plans to bed in. Time for the youngsters to develop. Time to move on the substandard players. Time to find the right replacements.
7 league games in and some of you are whining already.
Of course it's sad to see our team play poorly. Of course we want to be challenging for trophies. Of course we want to see fast, attacking football.
But it should come as no surprise that we're not.
There are some positives. When fit, the back five are now looking like a strong defence. Several of the youngsters are showing real promise. The underperforming, overpaid 'stars' are being moved on.
I'd like to think that Ole knows we're a central midfielder and a striker light. I'd like to think he didn't bring anyone in for those positions because he couldn't get the right player. I'm okay with that.
I'd also like to think he will make more decisions about who is and who isn't good enough once he's had a full year with them.
We are fortunate. United is such a big club with such huge financial power that we can go through this process without being too severely affected. We won't be relegated, we won't even finish bottom half.
Yes it's a little uncomfortable, but it's necessary. It will be a roller coaster season.
Whining, moaning and calling for change won't help anyone.
For fack sake, have a bit of optimism and get behind your club. As a fan base we have seen more good times than many people will see in a lifetime, so take the rough with the smooth and be a supporter.
What the f*** did you expect?