True tbf. He looks more confident. Part of it will be the fact Ole wants to play football rather than hoofball, but also because the team is allowed to attack and score more than one or two goals. That means one defensive fuck up won't cost us points if we're a couple of goals up, like against Huddersfield. The problem with Pulis was we created so few chances, and he often shut up shop after 60/70 mins, so it made a lot of matches nervy as fuck because we had such a slender lead.
Suppose it's like the rest of the players, they might be good under a new manager.