When did I say results are not a priority?
The plain and simple statistical truth is this: it's perfectly possible for the worse manager to have a better points return over a short timeframe (say, around a season). There are many reasons for it...
It's been a hard few seasons though, they've had to step up at a time when the club is in turmoil, players all shot of confidence, merry go round manager changes and as young lads their form will fluctuate at the best of times. I think they're...
Answer the question. If you believe results are all that matter, then your answer should be Allardyce.
I prefer Silva out of the two because, unlike you, I don't think that results are all that matter.
Nobody said there was. He was suggesting that results are all that matter, so the question was a counterfactual to understand if he truly believed that.
Don't spend too long getting your head around that though.